Dremel Driver Cordless Screwdriver


The Dremel Driver is Dremel’s new variable-speed 7.2V compact cordless screwdriver. It looks like a handy tool to have around for smaller projects and crafts.

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  2. I got it from Home Depot (in the pair kit, screwdriver *and* cordless dremel drill, that share the same “holster” charger) a while ago. Having a dremel without a cord is *great*, I used mine with side-cutting bits for some sheetrock repair, it lasted a while and I not dealing with the cord was a win… I don’t use the driver that often but it is nice that it holds a charge for a long time, unlike older designs which were either drawing power all the time or were flat when I wanted to use them…

    1. @_Mark_ Thanks for your comment. It’s good to hear some first hand experience with it. I like that you said it holds a charge for a long time. I might get a set now 🙂

  3. I picked one of these little jewels up yesterday and I can’t believe that much power comes in such a lightweight drill. I am a sound tech, so I work on various electronics from small boxes to large racks. I refused to buy one of those big, bulky, heavy drills that just wears out your arm and you shove batteries in and out of. The Dremel Driver is a dream come true! The variable speed trigger let me set the screws without stripping the heads. I highly recommend this product!

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