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The Dremel GO is a cordless screwdriver powered by a 4-volt lithium battery. There’s a USB charger that makes charging fast and convenient. We love this little gadget – we use it all over the house for small jobs and we were really surprised by the versatility and functionality of this tool. With 360 RPM of torque, the Dremel GO drives screws twice as fast and the overdrive protection feature prevents screw stripping. I love that once you seat the driver into the screwhead, you just push to engage – and you can drive forward and reverse. It’s a handy little pocket-sized tool that’s replacing all of our manual screwdrivers in and out of the house!
The Dremel Multi-Max MM35 features 3.5 Ah of power that easily tackles any job we throw at it. Flush-cutting into baseboards, cutting into drywall, trimming out corners, and detail-sanding… the Dremel Multi-Max handles a variety of tasks. The kit includes a storage bag, drywall jab saw, wood and metal flush-cut blade, and hook-and-loop sanding pads.
Changing out accessories is quick and easy too – you don’t need a separate wrench or chuck to switch heads. It has a variable speed from 10,000 to 21,000 OPM for optimal performance and control with a variety of materials. The Multi-Max is the first tool we grab to tackle smaller jobs that require control and detail-oriented work. We especially like the sanding attachment – it gets into the nooks and crannies of a project with ease.
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