Published on 24th August 2011 by
Originally Posted by Jipa"This is partly thanks to its superb cooling despite bristling with ventilation holes, your fingers never cover any of them." - Disagreed big time. I have two of the 4000's and always seem to grab them by the front vent especially when sanding something.
And the Speedclicks are essential, I couldn't be bothered to fiddle with the old style cutting discs anymore.
Either way the 4000 is my favorite of the rotary tools.
Originally Posted by RobJapanEnough with the damn drill reviews, could you maybe try mice, keyboard, monitor reviews instead?
You know.... anything computer related would be good!
Originally Posted by stoff3rThe hard plastic case I got with my old battery operated dremel is mostly useless. It holds the dremel with accessories and a charger, but not extra batteries and not the flexible shaft, so I have another bag for those. It's also very fiddly to get the charger down in it. Dremels are great but don't ever buy battery operated ones unless you get extra batteries.
The Dremel 4000 wasn’t as pleasant to use as the Dremel 300, mainly due to its weight and size, but it came a close second.
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