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Conclusion

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The Dremel Driver is the hoss in the palm driver category. In fact, for torque, it’s only slightly behind some of the compact-class drivers. Only the non-removable battery keeps this from being an all-day tool.  For hobbies, odd jobs, and occasional appliance repair, this little driver will give you big results.

Street pricing for the Dremel Driver starts at about $70, and the Duo kit with the stylus included will run you around $95 with some careful shopping.  During the holiday season, look for these prices to drop even lower as stores try to move a few units that have been sitting around awhile.

Dremel Duo Kit: Dremel Driver [Dremel]
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2 Responses to Hands-On: Dremel Duo Kit — Dremel Driver

  1. ShopMonger says:

    Funny thing about these compact drivers…..
    My father bought me one last x-mas. It was a x-brnaded took that looks more like the skil xilo, I never thought i would use it… until i started using it…….haa haa I now use it more than my 2 dewalt drivers or my two smaller cordless drills. It rocks. Small projecst around the house, putting hinges ont, taking stuff down or a part……. sweet things

  2. Frank says:

    Dremel is of course owned by Bosch. I wonder if this will work out well for Dremel or not.

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