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Dremel 7760-N/10W Lite Lithium Ion Cordless Rotary Tool w/ 10 Accessories

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Walmart.com has Dremel 7760-N/10W Lite Lithium Ion Cordless Rotary Tool w/ 10 Accessories for $36.97. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits.

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About this item:
  • Quick and easy accessory changes - with the patented EZ twist nose cap accessory changes are easy and can be done without the need of a wrench
  • Variable speed switch (8,000-25,000 RPM) - seamlessly adjust to the ideal speed for your project
  • USB rechargeable - 4V Li-Ion battery & convenient USB charger ensures that it?s ready whenever you are
  • Battery life indicator - LED light illuminates to notify you when the battery needs to be charged
  • Ergonomic 360 degree soft grip design - soft grip material allows for comfort and precise tool guidance
  • Portable and lightweight - cordless design offers the freedom to take it anywhere
  • Versatile accessory kit - 10-piece assortment to kick start your projects right out of the box
  • Compatible with all Dremel accessories and most attachments

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Walmart.com [walmart.com] has a Dremel 7760-N/10W Lite Lithium Ion Cordless Rotary Tool for $36.97. Shipping is free.

Usually $49.97

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dremel.../302904858

Features:
•Quick and easy accessory changes - with the patented EZ twist nose cap accessory changes are easy and can be done without the need of a wrench
•Variable speed switch (8,000-25,000 RPM) - seamlessly adjust to the ideal speed for your project
•USB rechargeable - 4V Li-Ion battery & convenient USB charger ensures that it?s ready whenever you are
•Battery life indicator - LED light illuminates to notify you when the battery needs to be charged
•Ergonomic 360 degree soft grip design - soft grip material allows for comfort and precise tool guidance
•Portable and lightweight - cordless design offers the freedom to take it anywhere
•Versatile accessory kit - 10-piece assortment to kick start your projects right out of the box
•Compatible with all Dremel accessories and most attachments
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Only 4V. Good for nailcutting and woodworking but if you're using cutoff wheels or carbide bits on steel hold out for the 10V/wired versions.
Looks like a decent deal on the 8100 as well.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dremel...thena=true
My wife bought the one marketed for dogs and it's just a more expensive basic dremel with a paw print on it. We tried it out and there just wasn't enough power or speed. Our chihuahua wasn't very comfortable.

I have a corded rotary tool by a different brand, but it starts out at 8000 RPM, like this dremel.
8000 is a lot better because you can gently push the nail onto the rotary tool and there's less vibrations that travel into their toes. The nails grind down a lot faster too. The chihuahua wasn't happy with how loud it was but she started going to sleep when we were doing her nails this time.

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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


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Looks like a decent deal on the 8100 as well.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dremel...thena=true
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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


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Was wondering the same... I have a corded Drexel but haven't purchased any attachment to use as a nail guard...
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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


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Same question, getting a puppy this weekend and wanted to see if this would be a good fit
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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1 [amazon.com]


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I bought this and it works fine on my dog's nails.

https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1
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Only 4V. Good for nailcutting and woodworking but if you're using cutoff wheels or carbide bits on steel hold out for the 10V/wired versions.
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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


Thank you!
My wife bought the one marketed for dogs and it's just a more expensive basic dremel with a paw print on it. We tried it out and there just wasn't enough power or speed. Our chihuahua wasn't very comfortable.

I have a corded rotary tool by a different brand, but it starts out at 8000 RPM, like this dremel.
8000 is a lot better because you can gently push the nail onto the rotary tool and there's less vibrations that travel into their toes. The nails grind down a lot faster too. The chihuahua wasn't happy with how loud it was but she started going to sleep when we were doing her nails this time.
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Looks like a decent deal on the 8100 as well.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dremel...thena=true
Thanks highlighting the deal! Picked up the 8100
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any dog owners out there that use this and have an opinion on how it compares to the ones on amazon marketed specifically for dog nails? Like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product...UTF8&psc=1


Thank you!
Get the Dremel instead. The grinders marketed for pets are seriously lacking in power and quality. I have the older version of this Dremel, and it's fantastic for my dog's nails.
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REALY BAD REVIEWS ON THE 8100.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Dreme.../203624245
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Quote from djjosephk :
Looks like a decent deal on the 8100 as well.
https://www.walmart.com/ip/Dremel...thena=true [walmart.com]
Review looks bad, the complaints are mostly on battery and power. Not sure how the performance compares to cord version.
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Was going to bite on the 8100 but reviews on Walmart, Amazon and HD aren't very inspiring. HD, for example:

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Dreme.../203624245

Any firsthand experience? Or any thoughts on reviews? Ignore for $40? Smilie

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Bought the 8220 last week on a deal from eBay refurbished for 80. Did I screw up?
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