4200 EZ Change Rotary Tool
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The Dremel 4200 Variable-Speed Rotary Tool is the first ever rotary tool with the EZ Change™ mechanism for the easiest and quickest accessory change. The innovative EZ Change™ system is the fully...
- Patented EZ Change™ mechanism
- High-performance motor
- Electronic feedback for consistent speed under load
- Variable speed for greater versatility
- Separate on/off switch and speed control dial for the perfect speed every time
- Can be used with all Dremel attachments and accessories
- Length: 9"
- Weight: 1.17 lbs.
- Cool-running ball bearing construction for smooth and quiet operation
- Replaceable motor brushes extend tool life
- Two-year warranty
Includes: 4200 VS Rotary Tool, EZ407 - EZ Drum Mandrel, 408 - 1/2" 60-Grit Sanding Bands (x6), 432 - 1/2" 120-Grit Sanding Bands (x6), 445 - 1/2" 240-Grit Sanding Bands (x6), EZ402 EZ - Lock Mandrel, EZ411 - EZ Lock Coarse Sanding Disc (x3), EZ412 EZ Lock Medium Sanding Disc (x3), EZ413 - EZ Lock Fine Sanding Disc (x3), EZ409 - Thin Cut 1-1/2" Wheel, EZ456 - Metal 1-1/2" Cut-Off Wheel, 107 - 1/8" Engraving HS Cutter, 191 - 1/8" High Speed Cutter, 561 - Spiral Bit, 8193 - 5/8" Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 84922 - 3/16" Silicon Carbide Grinding Stone, 932 - 3/8" Aluminum Oxide Grinding Stone, 403 - Brush Wheel, 428 - Carbon Brush Wheel, 150 - 1/8" Drill Bit, Adapter and Drive Coupler for Attachments 225, 575 and 670, and Storage Case.
Cheap, Multiple uses
I've had this model Dremel for a few years now, and I really like it. Some people expect to use it for power carving, which in my opinion, this tool was not designed for. It's great, however, for those weird little things the a router might be too bulky for, or you need to freehand cut something really quick. All the different cutting/sanding/boring/grinding bits, paired with it's variable speed, also make this a very useful and versatile tool.
Used this Dremel for woodcarving. When it worked, it was great, however the motor died after the first week. It was returned and Dremel #2 was put to work, it lasted 3 weeks. I took care to not overwork the tool but it still died from carving tupelo wood. I returned it for my money back and am still looking for a replacement.