When I receive Dremel’s email newsletter, I expect to find three things: the story of someone who does something really, really cool with Dremels, a project that I’d never consider doing, and a product that I already know about.
This time I got a dude hand-carving Santa statues (cool), some squarish-wood tab-together reindeer painted white (not happening), and something I didn’t know about! The deluxe window storage case looks like a sweet way to store and carry a Dremel and enough bits to get something done.
See, rather than buying one of those (awesome) big “kits” with the tool and a zillion bits, I came to Dremel slowly over time. I picked up a tool, then a few bits to do a specific job. Then every time I had a new job, I picked up a couple of bits. Now I’ve got dozens of them, but the little box the original tool came in simply won’t hold them.
This looks like a great way to go: You’ve got a box big enough to hold a standard Dremel tool (and the cable, which many storage cases seem to (in)conveniently forget) plus a place to carry about 30 or 40 different bits.
Street pricing starts around $21, which seems pretty reasonable, and beats the hell out of a small standard tool box.