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Old 01-12-2004, 11:05 PM   #1
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I got a dremel!! 53 accessories included, with a 42" flex shaft attachement. I'm sure this will come in handy
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DOOD...nice, ya that will come in very handy
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Sweeet Pete. I asked for a dremel, but my mom said she didn't want to get it for me..... whatever that means....
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Sweeet Pete. I asked for a dremel, but my mom said she didn't want to get it for me..... whatever that means....
Ya, what does that mean? My mom didn't get it for me so I asked my brother to get it. And he remembered.
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Sweeet Pete. I asked for a dremel, but my mom said she didn't want to get it for me..... whatever that means....
Ya, what does that mean? My mom didn't get it for me so I asked my brother to get it. And he remembered.
DOH!! Only child....
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Sounds like the same set I got.
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Could be MOS. Mine'* 'EVERLAST' brand. Seems to be good. 8,000-30,000 rpms. I have some projects I'm thinking of already.
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Nope, sorry, mine'* a real Dremel!!

Nice thing is, they all have the same size chuck, so any bit/tool will fit. I haven't figured out how to use that dadgum extension thingy, though....
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Nope, sorry, mine'* a real Dremel!!

Nice thing is, they all have the same size chuck, so any bit/tool will fit. I haven't figured out how to use that dadgum extension thingy, though....
Oh, well fine, yours is 'real' :P

Just kidding. Mine says 'Professional Rotary Tool Kit' and any 'DREMEL accessories' work with it. Close enough I guess. And ya, that extension thing is kind of a pain. You have to take off the chuck and thumb protector piece (on mine) and then screw in the extension. The actual directions make it sound more complicated.
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I tried mine on, and all it did was make a gawd awful noise. Not even sure if it was spinning right. Won't need it for a while anyways. I get more use out of the lawnmower blade sharpener. or I did, no need to mow the snow...
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