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Home Depot.com has 28-Piece Dremel 3000 Variable Speed Multipurpose Rotary Tool Kit (3000-1/25H) on sale for $49. Shipping is free. Thanks xRevan.

Additionally, Home Depot also has 28-Piece Dremel Variable Speed Multipurpose Rotary Tool Kit (3000-1/25H) + Dremel 130-Piece Rotary Tool Accessory Kit (713-01) for $83.97 - $7 discount applied in cart = $76.97. Shipping is free.

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Was looking for a dremel and case and found this. Its $10 cheaper than the one posted back in febuary for $59.99 at lowes that came with the flex tool but for some reason its not available picked up or shipped at lowes. Theres also a ongoing promo for 20% off a Dremel 130Pc Accessory Kit when you buy them together. Model #713-01 So combined price for both is $76.97 before taxes if applicable. Link is below

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Dreme.../203040434

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Dreme.../206360400
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You can get it at Lowes for $49.00 then use a 10% off or add a dollar filler to use $10 off $50

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Dremel-3.../999977650
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My husband is a HD Diesel Mining Mechanic by trade and I asked him EXACTLY that question. 'with tools you get what you pay for' was his response. He advised I go the Dremel over the harbour freight too. This is a guy whom did his apprenticeship in western Australian desert mine sites and swears by his snap on collection still even though he hasn't been on the tools in years now. You learn the hard way when you are isolated and your stuff breaks...
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If I didn't have one already, I'd buy it. Great price. Every home should have one of these.
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If I didn't have one already, I'd buy it. Great price. Every home should have one of these.
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In Dec or Jan I got the Dremel 'top of the wazza' one the 4300 9 64 or something with the flex tool and tool box for 99 which was half price at the time I believe it was at home depot. If you're looking for the higher end later model including that flex tool this could be a sign those are about to come down too. I'm going to search the internets for you. Just incase... Edited as I stated it was a 7300 but it's actually 4300. My girlie bad...
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Why Dremel over Harbor Freight?
My husband is a HD Diesel Mining Mechanic by trade and I asked him EXACTLY that question. 'with tools you get what you pay for' was his response. He advised I go the Dremel over the harbour freight too. This is a guy whom did his apprenticeship in western Australian desert mine sites and swears by his snap on collection still even though he hasn't been on the tools in years now. You learn the hard way when you are isolated and your stuff breaks...
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You can get it at Lowes for $49.00 then use a 10% off or add a dollar filler to use $10 off $50

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Dremel-3.../999977650
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In Dec or Jan I got the Dremel 'top of the wazza' one the 7300 9 64 or something with the flex tool and tool box for 99 which was half price at the time I believe it was at home depot. If you're looking for the higher end later model including that flex tool this could be a sign those are about to come down too. I'm going to search the internets for you. Just incase...
I have the Dremel 300, it's basically this model (1.15a vs 1.2a) and it can drive the flex tool but not well. Have you had that issues with the 7300? I would imagine a battery powered unit would be even worse.

I've been contemplating upgrading to a 4xxx series for an extra half amp of power.
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Pretty sure this+ coupon is a better deal. It comes with the flex shaft which is like $25

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Dremel-2...1000291457

Edit: actually it cant be shipped so it's a big YMMV
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I have the Dremel 300, it's basically this model (1.15a vs 1.2a) and it can drive the flex tool but not well. Have you had that issues with the 7300? I would imagine a battery powered unit would be even worse.

I've been contemplating upgrading to a 4xxx series for an extra half amp of power.
That sounds like something wrong with your flex shaft. Take out the inner core and check that it's not over or under lubricated.
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I have the Dremel 300, it's basically this model (1.15a vs 1.2a) and it can drive the flex tool but not well. Have you had that issues with the 7300? I would imagine a battery powered unit would be even worse.

I've been contemplating upgrading to a 4xxx series for an extra half amp of power.
My bad I just checked the thing it's a 4300. It's never had any issues I wouldn't go with a battery operated one myself just because I am skeptical battery wise having had a dyson hand-held in Oz that lasted 20 mins lol. In the meantime dyson has ruined important battery operated tools for me... Lol
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good price but it's better to get the 4300 for the extra power. side note on battery Dremel, it sucks and bogs down constantly for me, it's the one hand held one with a lithium battery.
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good price but it's better to get the 4300 for the extra power. side note on battery Dremel, it sucks and bogs down constantly for me, it's the one hand held one with a lithium battery.
This one is not a battery model. And 4300 is $30 to $40 extra. Unless you use it daily, regular cutting grinding and polishing job can be done nicely with this dremel 3000
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My bad I just checked the thing it's a 4300. It's never had any issues I wouldn't go with a battery operated one myself just because I am skeptical battery wise having had a dyson hand-held in Oz that lasted 20 mins lol. In the meantime dyson has ruined important battery operated tools for me... Lol
All battery operated tools have different "type of electric motors" in it. Dyson has a high consumption motor because when you put it on High power mode (the mode which lasts only 20 minutes) you get max punch for less time. Imagine someone dropping a box of cereal on carpet. You gonna be done in 20 mins but to pick every piece up you need high suction. No on the other hand, if you are doing regular cleaning once in 10 days on hardwood, you can use a "regular power" or "Low power". Just dont judge low power by its name, its enough to pick up all the non-disastrous materials. I always use my dyson on low power for regular cleaning and it lasts 40mins.
Other example of battery and motor - A standard 20volt 3Amps battery driven Makita drill, when I tested, can drill about 50 to 60 4 inch screws in a 2x4. That takes only 15 minutes to do. The same Makita, when I used to polish my car headlights ran for 50 minutes with still some 30% battery to spare.
Battery life matters based on application that you are using it for.
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I think same tool 28 pc is on Google express with 25% off so around $41 before tax and free shipping
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