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Sold by "Inies" and FBA
seller has 2,713 lifetime ratings\

decent price for knockoff dremel, likely an affiliate though. code is listed on product page
multiple "lightning deal" offerings in the last year for ~$17, so this is a sale but not remotely all time low
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Anyone with personal experience using this brand of rotary tool, and how's it compared to other non-major brand like WEN?
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Anyone with personal experience using this brand of rotary tool, and how's it compared to other non-major brand like WEN?
I've lived with another generic brand that looks exactly like this one. Used it for on and off on small projects for over 10 years with no problem. The included bits will be cheap compared to real Dremel accessories, but they cost literally 20% the price, I can live with it.

Not sure if you're looking for actual performance, or durability, but at thees prices, for occasional users, it is a great deal.

If you don't need the flex-shaft (sounds dangerous...) Everyday price for another generic rotary tool at Harbor Freight is $10...

https://www.harborfreight.com/rot...63235.html
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I've lived with another generic brand that looks exactly like this one. Used it for on and off on small projects for over 10 years with no problem. The included bits will be cheap compared to real Dremel accessories, but they cost literally 20% the price, I can live with it.

Not sure if you're looking for actual performance, or durability, but at thees prices, for occasional users, it is a great deal.

If you don't need the flex-shaft (sounds dangerous...) Everyday price for another generic rotary tool at Harbor Freight is $10...

https://www.harborfreight.com/rot...63235.html [harborfreight.com]
Oh man. Bad memories from the HF one... I'd get this one over the HF one any day.
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I've lived with another generic brand that looks exactly like this one. Used it for on and off on small projects for over 10 years with no problem. The included bits will be cheap compared to real Dremel accessories, but they cost literally 20% the price, I can live with it.

Not sure if you're looking for actual performance, or durability, but at thees prices, for occasional users, it is a great deal.

If you don't need the flex-shaft (sounds dangerous...) Everyday price for another generic rotary tool at Harbor Freight is $10...

https://www.harborfreight.com/rot...63235.html [harborfreight.com]
The bits in this kit are worth the $10, but the Dremel for me was worthless... it is very weak, anything more than light pressure when cutting will stop the HF one.
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Thanks, OP.
In the mood of tools hoarding currently, although never used it.
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I swear by the tacklife products. Haven't used this particular Dremel but the one I'm using now (Hyper Tough) it surely is probably better. I own a couple of Tacklife products and they are the equivalent to Home Depots Ryobi stuff in my opinion. Great for a DYIer. Wouldn't recommend it for a professional job type tool necessarily.

Going to go ahead and grab it for this price though.
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Would the Wen tools perform as well or better than these? My dad would use it more than lightly so I was looking at the more powerful rotary tools, of course all OOS.

I just got one of the Ryobi portable/cordless 'dremel's with their two battery deal for my uses, but I'm not letting him use mine lol.
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This is a shill brand, they pay SD and other scammy posters to list these 'deals'.

I have no personal experience with their products, but I feel any company that has to pay to have deals planted must be peddling shite, or their products, prices, and reputation would stand on their own.

Whee SPAM ALERT Whee
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I purchased a drywall sander from this company via Amazon. When it stopped working, I contacted the company. They offered to refund me if I wrote them a 5 star review for the product. None of these reviews are to be trusted.

Edit to say I reported to Amazon and did not write review.
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Home dentistry comes to the sheltered in placed. 😷🤠😳
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I purchased a drywall sander from this company via Amazon. When it stopped working, I contacted the company. They offered to refund me if I wrote them a 5 star review for the product. None of these reviews are to be trusted.

Edit to say I reported to Amazon and did not write review.
Another amazon prime vendor offered me 40 dollars to remove my review of a horrendously bad set of BT headphones. I did not, but could not find any means on amazon to report,,apparently they have removed that option. Bezo does not care.
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This is a shill brand, they pay SD and other scammy posters to list these 'deals'.

I have no personal experience with their products, but I feel any company that has to pay to have deals planted must be peddling shite, or their products, prices, and reputation would stand on their own.

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Well all companies do paid advertising. Big or small.
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I have both a Dremel and a non-name one like this. They are both underpowered and bog down under load, but surprisingly it's the Dremel that has less power. All the included bits on the no-name were rather trashy, some of the Dremel's are too. But the Dremel cutoff wheels are a lot more robust. If you get this, get a can of Dremel wheels too and just toss the no name ones, they're dangerous to be around even with safety squints engaged.
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