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Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool

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Walmart has Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool on sale for $19.97. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks TattyBear
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Jet.com also has Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool on sale for $19.97. Shipping is free on orders $35+.
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  • 2-speeds: 6,500 and 13,000
  • Cordless
  • Removable battery pack
  • Dremel cordless tool: 3-hour charger with LED light
  • Compact and lightweight for easier handling and less fatigue
Walmart.com [walmart.com] has Dremel 7300-N/5 4.8V MiniMite Cordless Rotary Tool $19.97
Free store pickup or free shipping with a $35 purchase.

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Bought one last Xmas and have replaced it three times. I use this mainly to trim my dog's nails, and make my own plastic bike spacers. Battery takes about 3.5-4hrs to reach full charge, and lasts about 10-12mins at full speed. Got the 3000 series (wired and more speeds) for $45 last month and love it. Wouldn't recommend this product for any heavy or even moderate use
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Battery sucks on this.. source I have this same one
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They also have the 7300-N/8 on sale for $24.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/25479743
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Battery sucks on this.. source I have this same one
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Bought one last Xmas and have replaced it three times. I use this mainly to trim my dog's nails, and make my own plastic bike spacers. Battery takes about 3.5-4hrs to reach full charge, and lasts about 10-12mins at full speed. Got the 3000 series (wired and more speeds) for $45 last month and love it. Wouldn't recommend this product for any heavy or even moderate use
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They also have the 7300-N/8 on sale for $24.99
https://www.walmart.com/ip/25479743
Amazon has it for $24.99 as well.
https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-730...B003TU0XFU
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Amazon has it for $24.99 as well.
https://www.amazon.com/Dremel-730...B003TU0XFU
What's the difference?
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What's the difference?
Eight accessories (7300-N/8) vs. five (7300-N/5).

Edit: The reviews on battery life are awful. So are the reviews for the replacement battery. Seems like a major headache to deal with. I have a corded WEN that's treated me well.
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What's the difference?
The only difference seems to be the number of bits. brush and 2 spare sanders, not worth it imo
N/5 has 5 accessories
N/8 has 8 accessories
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The only difference seems to be the number of bits. brush and 2 spare sanders, not worth it imo
N/5 has 5 accessories
N/8 has 8 accessories
Thanks, I have lots of accessories. I'll go for the 5.
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Need one to cut/trim small medal pieces ?? Which model for the low low price
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I bought this for $21 regular price at my local Walmart a few months ago just to do my dog's nails. Works great for the purpose and have no complaints on battery life. I also have a corded Wen rotary tool, while that one definitely has more power, this one is better for my use bc of the cordless feature. Really depends on what you want to use it for.
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Just an FYI: Battery Chemistry: Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd)


I used to spend a lot of time maintaining the NiCd batteries to make sure they are ready when I needed them.
Li-ion is the way to go.
BTW, I have two of these. Bought the second one on sale just to have a second battery!
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Battery sucks on this.. source I have this same one
Yep sad, sad NiCD cells disappoint in this device. I eventually cracked open the battery casing and replaced the NiCD with NiMH traditional discharge cells (not low-self discharge). Charger is NiCD trickle. I take care to not leave it charging for extended time periods just be safe. Just about any NiMH will offer more run time and peak performance than NiCDs.
I read somewhere the walmart knock off version (red in color) is Li-ION... which sound like a much better idea IMO.
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Yep sad, sad NiCD cells disappoint in this device. I eventually cracked open the battery casing and replaced the NiCD with NiMH traditional discharge cells (not low-self discharge). Charger is NiCD trickle. I take care to not leave it charging for extended time periods just be safe. Just about any NiMH will offer more run time and peak performance than NiCDs.
I read somewhere the walmart knock off version (red in color) is Li-ION... which sound like a much better idea IMO.
Hyper Tough AQ85000G 8-Volt Lithium-Ion Rotary Tool with 40 Accessories

http://www.walmart.com/ip/Hyper-T.../327725803

Here is a link for the offbrand. Might be worth checking out cause as mentioned above the battery chemistry is different. Accessories apparently suck though
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