Dremel Multitool 3000-15 – Ultimate Review

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Dremel MultiTool Review

Dremel Multitool Review

The Dremel Multitool 3000-15, including 15 accessories and a carry case. A very powerful multitool!

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Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool 130 W, Multi Tool Kit with 15 Acessories, Variable Speed 10.000-33.000 RPM
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Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool 130 W, Multi Tool Kit with 15 Acessories, Variable Speed 10.000-33.000 RPM
  • VARIABLE SPEED: Control the rotary speed from 10.000 to 33.000 rpm with the variable speed dial for maximum precision
  • EZ TWIST: With the EZ-Twist Nose Cap there is no need for a separate wrench making it easy to switch accessories, so you can finish your task quicker and easier
  • SOFT GRIP: The soft grip reduces vibration to prevent fatigue and provides an improved grip
  • INTEGRATED HOOK: The integrated hang hook allows you to hang the multitool on a Flex-Shaft Tool Holder or anywhere near the project
  • GUARANTEE: 2 years guarantee standard. Get 1 year extra when registering your Dremel tool on MyDremel

Last update on 2022-11-07 / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API / As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases

Do you have a multitool in your tool arsenal? If not you need to invest in one! It’s that simple, multi tools as the name suggests have multiple uses, to us they seem endless. This Dremel Multitool comes with 15 accessories to get you started with, but once you start purchasing additional adapters and accessories there really is no stopping you!

Anything from sanding, polishing, engraving, grinding, cleaning and much more. The Dremel 3000 allows you to perform detailed tasks in tight spaces. The amount of times we have gone to just tidy the end of something, a piece of metal or wood, cut something to have a cleaner edge or finish, or cut a small hole in something that a drill would not only be overkill for but might not even fit in the space required. In steps the Dremel multitool. This device is so versatile that you end up thinking I wonder if it can do that task…

Key Features

  • Variable speeds from 10,000 to 33,000 RPM allowing you precise control when completing a range of jobs
  • 130W motor
  • 25 accessories so can be used for a wide range of jobs
  • 550g – weighs less than a bag of sugar!
  • 19cm (L) x 4.5cm (W) x 5cm (D) – compact enough to get into a range of spots!
  • Corded – never worry about having to recharge the device and running out of battery half way through a job

This particular model comes with a carry case too, this fits the Dremel 3000 itself along with the accessories it comes with inside keeping everything together to stop you losing bits.

We really like the Dremel Multi Tool because it is light and compact enough to be an easy tool to work with, but also powerful enough to be able to work on a wide range of jobs. The Dremel Multitool 3000 features rotary speed controls, allowing you to crank up the speed from 10,000 to 33,000 rpm depending on how precise or how much power you require for the task at hand. We found the tool really comfortable to work with too as there is a soft grip around the base of the tool to reduce fatigue. The tool comes with a whole range of accessories (which we will look at properly below) but we have to mention how easy these are to change! It just makes your life so much easier when working on different jobs!

Dremel Accessories

One of the main reasons we like the Dremel 3000 Multitool is the number of accessories that it comes with. This includes engraving cutters, polishing wheels, diamond wheel points, sand bands and cutting bits. These will save you money having to purchase different accessories right at the start and all can be replaced with other products when they start to wear.

Another feature we like of the Dremel 3000 multi tool is the hook. This allows you to attach it to a stand clamp such as this Dremel 2222 Flexshaft Tool Holder. Allowing for hands free working. This is great if you have something that you need to buff or grind and want to use two hands to hold the item you are working on.

There are a lot of multi tools on the market, but in our eyes Dremel are the best. They offer the brand quality in every product they do and for for around £40.00 this is a great tool!

The Dremel multitool is ideal for detailed work also, on hobbyist projects sat at a desk. Have you seen our Wera Kraftform Micro Screwdriver Set Review? This kit is also great for hobbyist detailed tasks.

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Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool 130 W, Multi Tool Kit with 15 Acessories, Variable Speed 10.000-33.000 RPM
5,904 Reviews
Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool 130 W, Multi Tool Kit with 15 Acessories, Variable Speed 10.000-33.000 RPM
  • VARIABLE SPEED: Control the rotary speed from 10.000 to 33.000 rpm with the variable speed dial for maximum precision
  • EZ TWIST: With the EZ-Twist Nose Cap there is no need for a separate wrench making it easy to switch accessories, so you can finish your task quicker and easier
  • SOFT GRIP: The soft grip reduces vibration to prevent fatigue and provides an improved grip
  • INTEGRATED HOOK: The integrated hang hook allows you to hang the multitool on a Flex-Shaft Tool Holder or anywhere near the project
  • GUARANTEE: 2 years guarantee standard. Get 1 year extra when registering your Dremel tool on MyDremel

Last update on 2022-11-07 / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API / As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases

Considering Your Options

The Dremel Multitool is a fantastic option for a number of reasons. We love the features that it is able to offer and the jobs that it will allow you to complete. But it may be that you want to shop around a little bit before you buy – it’s definitely the sensible thing to do. We have also reviewed the Ryobi Multi Tool which is potentially another option if you have some larger jobs to complete.

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About Mike Jones 193 Articles
I have been a keen DIY enthusiast for over 15 years, I’m constantly tinkering in my garage, taking things apart and building things. Along the way, I seem to have acquired a bit of a tool collection, as you do. The issue I found was that the information online when it comes to finding out what you need to know when buying new tools was somewhat limited. I didn’t necessarily need to know which tool to buy, but more what was important when making that buying decision. Also, a bit like a child in a sweet shop when I see new tools and things I can do with them I find it hard to resist. I started this blog back in 2017 to try and put together some buying guides, not really reviews but more what you may want to know before going and deciding on a new tool. I’m also a keen gardener and if there is a tool or gadget that helps me in the garden I’m going to let you know. I hope these musings and buyers guides are of use to you in some way. All the best, Mike.

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