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WEN 2307 Variable Velocity Rotary Device Package with 100-Piece Equipment

WEN 2307 Variable Speed Rotary Tool Kit with 100-Piece Accessories

  • Good for chopping, sanding, sharpening, shaping, drilling, deburring, grinding and extra
  • Variable pace goes anyplace from eight,00zero to 30,00zero RPM
  • Features a 100-piece accent set of bits, sanding discs, sharpening pads, mandrels and extra
  • Onboard spindle lock makes for fast and straightforward bit modifications
  • Backed by a one-year guarantee

The Rotary Device is a flexible device that lets you grind, minimize, sand and drill. Take away rust on steel and get into effective element on wooden and steel with precision management. It has a strong 1 Amp motor and variable pace from eight,00zero – 30,00zero RPM. This package consists of: Variable Velocity Rotary Device, Bit Altering Wrench, 2 Felt Sharpening Wheels, 2 Excessive Velocity Cutters, 10 Grinding Stones, 54 Sanding Discs, 1 Dressing Stone, 20 Reduce-Off Wheels, four Sander Bands, 1 Drum Sander, 2 Mandrels, 2 Drill Bits, 2 Collets.

Worth: $ 14.72

WEN 2307 Variable Velocity Rotary Device Package with 100-Piece Equipment
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  • May 16, 2018 at 11:16 pm
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    395 of 408 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    After I ordered I decided to pull my Dremel out of the garbage and just see if I could fix it, April 28, 2016
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    Michael Peterson (White Bear Lake, MN USA) –

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    My vary speed Dremel stopped working after 20 yrs and it was time to get a new one. I took a chance on this because of the included flex shaft and the silly low price. After I ordered I decided to pull my Dremel out of the garbage and just see if I could fix it. I did. Now I have two rotary tools, so which one do I use? The Wen. It is much quieter and I love the flex shaft, in fact I keep it on at all times. Time will tell if it holds up like the Dremel.

    EDIT: I’ve noticed some reviews stating the lack of instructions…really? It spins, you put attachments on it, what more instructions could you possibly need?

  • May 16, 2018 at 11:55 pm
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    391 of 408 people found the following review helpful
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    Great Deal., August 5, 2015
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    Cain (Virginia) –

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    This is a great value.
    Experience: I have grouted 3 bathrooms and trimmed dog nails with this unit.

    Pros:
    This is a solid unit that I think will last a long time.
    It is well ventilated and did not over heat. Some chunks of grout got in the motor but the motor just ground them up and spit them out.
    Accepts drimel brand screw on attachments.
    Flex tool runs smooth and quiet.
    Main unit is not any louder than any other tool of its kind.
    Variable speed dial!!!

    Cons:
    The cutting tools and sander accessories are not great and you will find yourself buying new ones. I had to cut some toilet bolts but kept breaking cutting wheels and had to slow down and take more time than I thought necessary.
    Ventilation could use some mesh screening. Some chunks of grout got in the motor but the motor just ground them up and spit them out.
    Buy the flex tool, it is well worth it for getting into tight spaces and especially for dog grooming. With main motor on the floor and using the flex tool my dogs where much calmer about the process of trimming their nails down.

  • May 16, 2018 at 11:58 pm
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    126 of 134 people found the following review helpful
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    WEN 2305 Rotary Tool Kit with Flex Shaft – Works with Dremel Router!!!, May 25, 2017
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    Christopher Nelson (Pace, Florida, USA) –

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    I was a little skeptical about ordering this tool and wanted to wait until I got a few hours on it before even thinking about a review. I recently used it for two projects. The first was a complete refinishing of an antique bench that has been handed down for generations in my family. I used a rotary sanding bit to remove old finish in the corners that I would not reach and it performed flawlessly. The second project was a plaque that I have had in mind for my in-laws. Their beloved dog recently passed and I wanted to give them something to remember him. I designed the plaque in Photoshop, printed it on paper, glued it to a piece of pine, and carved it for 3 hours using the WEN. I could not be happier with the result.

    NOTE: I also decided to purchase the Dremel router accessory not knowing if it would work or not. I can confirm that it does indeed work with the WEN.

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