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Dremel 7700-1/15 7.2V MultiPro Cordless Kit

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3.2 out of 5 stars
244 total reviews
5 stars
89
4 stars
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3 stars
25
2 stars
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1 star
62
Most helpful positive review
If you only plan on buying one Dremel tool, the Dremel 7700 7.2V two-speed rotary tool is the one to buy. This is by far the most versatile and easy-to-use Dremel tool I have ever operated. It's cordless and lightweight, which makes it easy to grab and take anywhere you need to go. But its battery is long lasting and powerful enough to get most small- to medium-sized jobs done without recharging. I have worked with Dremel tools for variety of projects, and I'm fairly well versed in many of their uses. But I decided to test drive the 7700 model for something I had never used a Dremel before – sharpening garden tools. I expected this job to take maybe half an hour at max, but I had two sets of bypass pruners, two sets of hand bypass cutters, and two sets of lopping shears sharpened in less than 10 minutes. Yes, there was a bit of a learning curve (I occasionally went off the edge – as you can tell by the before-and-after pictures), but within seconds these tools had a sharper edge on them than they had when they were purchased! The battery power held up very well for this job, too. There was no noticeable loss of power from the first tool until the last. Two things to note. If you do use this as a sharpening tool, you MUST wear eye protection - the sparks can be impressive. Also, I'm not a big fan of the garden tool sharpener. It was designed to hold the Dremel at the proper angle for an optimum edge. But it didn't work well with the curved blades of the bypass pruners, so I just “eyeballed” the edge with a grinding wheel, which worked just fine. Unless you're doing a lot of in-place, heavy duty grinding, sanding, or drilling (think carving rocks for jewelry), forget about buying a corded Dremel and go for the cordless 7700. You'll be glad for its versatility (it comes with a nice set of accessories for lots of different jobs), durability and, most of all, ease of use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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The Dremel 7700-1/15 7.2V MultiPro Cordless Kit can help you to get a list of repairs done quickly. This device is ready to go at a moment's notice and features two different speeds. The Dremel MultiPro Cordless Kit is ideal for a variety of do-it-yourself jobs, both inside and outside of the home. This set can help shape and trim a wide range of materials to the sizes and shapes that you need to get the job done. You can also cut different items with this cordless rotary tool kit. This device can easily tackle tough jobs quickly. The interchangeable battery pack, which is included in the kit, allows you to work continuously without taking time to wait for another charge.
Dremel 7700-1/15 7.2V MultiPro Cordless Kit:
  • 1/8"high-speed cutter, 401 mandrels, 402 mandrels, 403 bristle brush
  • 407 1/2" drum sander, 408 1/2" 60 grit sanding band, 414 felt wheel, 420 heavy-duty emery cut-off wheel
  • 421 polishing compound, 430 1/4" sanding drum, 540 1-1/4" cut-off wheel
  • 932 aluminum oxide grinding stone, 952 aluminum oxide grinding stone, 8193 5/8" aluminum oxide grinding stone and 84922 silicon carbide grinding stone
  • Dremel MultiPro Cordless Kit is ideal for a variety of do-it-yourself jobs
  • Trim, cut and shape different materials
  • Interchangeable battery pack

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Specifications

Brand
Dremel
Material
Plastic
Model
7700-1/15
Volts
7.2 V
Power Type
Cordless
manufacturer_part_number
7700-1/15
Condition
New
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
2.50 x 6.50 x 10.30 Inches

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Customer Reviews

5 stars
89
4 stars
29
3 stars
25
2 stars
39
1 star
62
Most helpful positive review
3 customers found this helpful
If you buy one Dremel tool, buy this one!
If you only plan on buying one Dremel tool, the Dremel 7700 7.2V two-speed rotary tool is the one to buy. This is by far the most versatile and easy-to-use Dremel tool I have ever operated. It's cordless and lightweight, which makes it easy to grab and take anywhere you need to go. But its battery is long lasting and powerful enough to get most small- to medium-sized jobs done without recharging. I have worked with Dremel tools for variety of projects, and I'm fairly well versed in many of their uses. But I decided to test drive the 7700 model for something I had never used a Dremel before – sharpening garden tools. I expected this job to take maybe half an hour at max, but I had two sets of bypass pruners, two sets of hand bypass cutters, and two sets of lopping shears sharpened in less than 10 minutes. Yes, there was a bit of a learning curve (I occasionally went off the edge – as you can tell by the before-and-after pictures), but within seconds these tools had a sharper edge on them than they had when they were purchased! The battery power held up very well for this job, too. There was no noticeable loss of power from the first tool until the last. Two things to note. If you do use this as a sharpening tool, you MUST wear eye protection - the sparks can be impressive. Also, I'm not a big fan of the garden tool sharpener. It was designed to hold the Dremel at the proper angle for an optimum edge. But it didn't work well with the curved blades of the bypass pruners, so I just “eyeballed” the edge with a grinding wheel, which worked just fine. Unless you're doing a lot of in-place, heavy duty grinding, sanding, or drilling (think carving rocks for jewelry), forget about buying a corded Dremel and go for the cordless 7700. You'll be glad for its versatility (it comes with a nice set of accessories for lots of different jobs), durability and, most of all, ease of use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
Terrible
I have owned this for about a year now and it is a paper weight now. The initial battery does not hold any charge, battery pops out constantly, and the high speed no longer works at all. I don't understand how this was ever sold. Feeling bamboozled really. I am clearly not the only one. This unfortunately is the last dremel product I will ever purchase.
Most helpful positive review
3 customers found this helpful
If you buy one Dremel tool, buy this one!
If you only plan on buying one Dremel tool, the Dremel 7700 7.2V two-speed rotary tool is the one to buy. This is by far the most versatile and easy-to-use Dremel tool I have ever operated. It's cordless and lightweight, which makes it easy to grab and take anywhere you need to go. But its battery is long lasting and powerful enough to get most small- to medium-sized jobs done without recharging. I have worked with Dremel tools for variety of projects, and I'm fairly well versed in many of their uses. But I decided to test drive the 7700 model for something I had never used a Dremel before – sharpening garden tools. I expected this job to take maybe half an hour at max, but I had two sets of bypass pruners, two sets of hand bypass cutters, and two sets of lopping shears sharpened in less than 10 minutes. Yes, there was a bit of a learning curve (I occasionally went off the edge – as you can tell by the before-and-after pictures), but within seconds these tools had a sharper edge on them than they had when they were purchased! The battery power held up very well for this job, too. There was no noticeable loss of power from the first tool until the last. Two things to note. If you do use this as a sharpening tool, you MUST wear eye protection - the sparks can be impressive. Also, I'm not a big fan of the garden tool sharpener. It was designed to hold the Dremel at the proper angle for an optimum edge. But it didn't work well with the curved blades of the bypass pruners, so I just “eyeballed” the edge with a grinding wheel, which worked just fine. Unless you're doing a lot of in-place, heavy duty grinding, sanding, or drilling (think carving rocks for jewelry), forget about buying a corded Dremel and go for the cordless 7700. You'll be glad for its versatility (it comes with a nice set of accessories for lots of different jobs), durability and, most of all, ease of use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
Most helpful negative review
Terrible
I have owned this for about a year now and it is a paper weight now. The initial battery does not hold any charge, battery pops out constantly, and the high speed no longer works at all. I don't understand how this was ever sold. Feeling bamboozled really. I am clearly not the only one. This unfortunately is the last dremel product I will ever purchase.
1-10 of 244 reviews

If you buy one Dremel tool, buy this one!

If you only plan on buying one Dremel tool, the Dremel 7700 7.2V two-speed rotary tool is the one to buy. This is by far the most versatile and easy-to-use Dremel tool I have ever operated. It's cordless and lightweight, which makes it easy to grab and take anywhere you need to go. But its battery is long lasting and powerful enough to get most small- to medium-sized jobs done without recharging.

I have worked with Dremel tools for variety of projects, and I'm fairly well versed in many of their uses. But I decided to test drive the 7700 model for something I had never used a Dremel before – sharpening garden tools. I expected this job to take maybe half an hour at max, but I had two sets of bypass pruners, two sets of hand bypass cutters, and two sets of lopping shears sharpened in less than 10 minutes. Yes, there was a bit of a learning curve (I occasionally went off the edge – as you can tell by the before-and-after pictures), but within seconds these tools had a sharper edge on them than they had when they were purchased! The battery power held up very well for this job, too. There was no noticeable loss of power from the first tool until the last.

Two things to note. If you do use this as a sharpening tool, you MUST wear eye protection - the sparks can be impressive. Also, I'm not a big fan of the garden tool sharpener. It was designed to hold the Dremel at the proper angle for an optimum edge. But it didn't work well with the curved blades of the bypass pruners, so I just “eyeballed” the edge with a grinding wheel, which worked just fine.

Unless you're doing a lot of in-place, heavy duty grinding, sanding, or drilling (think carving rocks for jewelry), forget about buying a corded Dremel and go for the cordless 7700. You'll be glad for its versatility (it comes with a nice set of accessories for lots of different jobs), durability and, most of all, ease of use. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Handy!

I bought this Dremel to replace another one that is about ten years old. The old one still works but is starting to give me problems. This is one of those tools that you never thought you needed until you get one. Once you get used to having it around you find that you can use it for a thousand tasks around the house. If you are the handy man, or woman, around your house this little tool will make your life so much easier. Let me suggest that you buy Dremel accessories in kits. Individual accessories are well made but also expensive. It is usually much cheaper to buy larger multi use kits.

Must Have

This is a "Must Have," tool for everyday use. This Dremel comes with a sharpening guide, to easily sharpen your gardening shears. The Cordless Dremel is small and light-weight, making it easy to use for long hours, without tiring out your wrist and hands. This is, especially, beneficial for smaller people and women. The compact size of the Dremel, fits into my Dremel workbox. This workbox, goes with me to many Craft Shows. Since the Cordless Dremel is so versatile, it has become my "go-to" tool. The Dremel has two settings, Hi and Low. The high speed is very powerful for a quick job. The low speed had just the right amount of power to complete a long, delicate, silversmithing project, from start to finish. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Cordless Dremel

This tool is exactly what I need to begin my current project, which will be a few pieces of outdoor furniture. The Dremel will allow me to add finishing touches that would make the furniture unique. I especially like the cordless (portability).

Great

This tool works better than I expected. Very easy to operate and charge.

Love it

Wonderful awesome tool

Great dremel

Great Dremel

Great all around tool

I do landscape work and sharpened ALL my tools with my new Dremel 7700 7.2v. Hedgers, chainsaws, pruners, & mower blades in no time at all. Best of all I can take it wherever I go and be ready for most anything. Next I am removing old grout & put in new.

great tool for model making

I am pleased with the 7700, it works great for my model building. I bought it to replace dremel's previous 700 model. I do think the older model was better built. I have had problems with the battery staying locked in place and also the arbor lock is harder to ingage then the older model. But for the price I am very happy with the 7700.

Being portable is great.

I found that for the two speeds that it has most small jobs can be done, however I was looking for one that would increase its speed as the power bottom was touched. The speed on this one is set on it's designed speed as you turn on the power.

Customer Q&A

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1-3 of 13 questions
by DonnaOctober 18, 2012


Last answer: December 7, 2012
1. No, this tool is not recommended for drilling applications.
by DremelCustomerService
2. You can buy whatever you like. I suggest you buy many, many, many other things as well. At Wal*Mart of course.
by Truthteller0001
3. Donna: Drill bits do fit this tool but they are limited to some smaller sizes. I do not think that anything larger than 1/8" will fit.
by Bandit1200
4. Yes it works quite well.
by Snuffles
5. Drill Bits will have to be purchased separately.
by Tivtiff
5 Answers
Last answer: December 7, 2012

by CyndiNovember 15, 2015


Last answer: November 17, 2015
1. It depends on the application you are trying to do whether it will be best fit or not. This model is one of our smallest tool.
by TeamDremel
2. No. The unit comes with a NiCad (Nickel Cadmium) rechargeable battery, which is a very old (1980's) technology. I was able to get about 15-20 minutes of use before it went completely dead. One of the worst characteristics of NiCad batteries was that they died suddenly. They don't 'taper off', getting weaker and weaker, they just stop, and have to be recharged. And this unit takes 3-4 HOURS to recharge. Get that? 20 minutes of use, followed by 3-4 hours of recharge. I find it *unbelievable* that a name brand tool maker like Dremel would use a 30+ year old battery technology.
by mudderfukker
2 Answers
Last answer: November 17, 2015

by MacFebruary 6, 2015


Last answer: February 6, 2015
1. There is a cutting wheel, but there is no saw with a back and forth cutting function.
by CommunityAnswer
2. No, the saw attachment is not compatible with this tool.
by TeamDremel
2 Answers
Last answer: February 6, 2015

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