Graham Hill’s Gadget Of The Week Is A Great Multitool

Thursday, 16. September 2010

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A single-speed 'MultiPro' Dremel
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My gadget of the week is a tool. It’s made by Dremel and is simply called the 8200 multitool. It’s a cordless electric battery operated tool that can cut, sand, grind and carve. It is claimed to have twice the speed of its rivals and has reduced weight due to the size and weight of its smaller lithium battery that takes around an hour to charge and can hold that charge, according to Dremel, for up to 2 years. The increased speed mans it can cut thicker and tougher material with a spin speed of between 5,000 and 30,000 rpm. The unit comes in 2 versions, the first costs £100 and is known as a 1/35. It takes an hour to charge and comes with 35 accessories or, for £20 more you can have the 2/45 with 45 accessories as well as a line and circle cutter. You can see this amazing tool on their website By Graham Hill

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