It seems like everyone’s jumping on the Dremel wagon recently, issuing their own versions of the classic do-it-all DIYer’s tool. Black & Decker’s entry (pictured) is a three-speed model — 12k, 24k, and 30k rpm — with a “universal” collet that accepts “all standard rotary tool accessories” (read: your Dremel stuff).
While the rubber grip looks nice, I’m not sure I’m willing to give up the Dremel’s variable-speed setting — especially when the Black & Decker model runs about $40. It does, however, ship with a couple of free spring clamps.
What do you think? Let us know in comments.