The latest in DIY gadgetry has surfaced in the form of the Dremel Micro – designed to be like a multi-purpose drill with an adaptable head to suit many tasks. With just 250gr it is packed with a Lithium-ion battery fitted with a charge level indicator to let you know how much battery you have left before charging it over a tea break.
The DC motor speeds along between 5000 to 25000 RPM so you will struggle to keep up. It is cordless and comes with a charging docking station that will keep it charged and ready to go on your workbench. It comes with 35 Dremel attachments and accessories including EZ SpeedClic that makes changing accessories hassle free.The Dremel Micro is equipped with an LED light to illuminate your working area. It handles very easily with a stream line shape and a good grip, intended to be held like a pencil. From inserting screws to polishing ornaments, this tool has you covered.
The Micro is incredibly compact and will afford you plenty of space saved in your work-shed. With this tool you can do almost anything within the realms of DIY – cutting, etching, carving, grinding, engraving (including glass) and if you run out of inspiration or do not know how to use it the Dremel website is packed with video tutorials and examples to keep you busy.
But what about the price? Dremel announced the Micro to start at retail at £110, and and that is perhaps the tool’s only drawback. However, this all-round tool will save you that much money the cost is essentially a trade-off. It will be available through Amazon.co.uk, Dremel-Direct.com and Tool-shop.co.uk as well as DIY stores from 1st September 2014.
For more information visit Dremel.