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Though this has seen quite a bit of coverage on the web since its initial release, we thought it worth mentioning again: if you’re into Dremel tools, you’re going to want the new Dremel Stylus.  In Dremel’s words:  

The Dremel Stylus is a unique tool for people who are passionate about hands-on projects. This ergonomic tool is perfect for applications around the home such as finishing, intricate sanding, polishing, cleaning, engraving and much more.

Essentially, the Stylus is a small Dremel tool with a built-in handle that makes it easy to use for crafts projects such as engraving and small work like modeling.  Like most Dremel tools, it’s variable speed (5k-25k rpm), and unlike most Dremel tools it has a 7.2V integrated Li-Ion battery, which the company claims holds its charge 6 times longer than a Ni-Cd.

There are many different kits available, but it looks like street pricing for the basic tool start around $70.

Dremel Stylus [Dremel]
Street Pricing [Froogle]

 

One Response to Dremel Stylus

  1. Dave Godwin says:

    I have two Dremel Tools, a model 395, that i have had over 20 years.Have changed the brushes only once, and a cordless two speed model. The Stylus is lightweight,and feels good in the hand. but lets face it guys, its a 39.95 tool at most.

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