Best Corded Grinder!
Name Withheld (Greensboro, North Carolina) - 1/13/15 2:11 PM
Pros: No battery, efficient speeds, light
Cons: Comes with terrible sanding barrels, cord is semi fragile
Review: I've tried several corded dremmels since our policy changed allowing us to use them, and this is the best so far! Sure, it's not the most durable thing ever, but I highly doubt there will ever be a super durable dremmel. I've dropped mine several times since purchase and it's still working great. You especially have to be careful about dropping the plug-in part; the dremmel itself is actually very durable, but the cord is not. One good drop could be the end - I'd really be appreciative if they sold JUST a replacement box.It can be a bit hit or miss, though, because if it's shipped improperly you risk it being broken right out of the box. I went through two of these before I got my current one shipped well and it worked out of the box. I've had it for almost 6 months. (A year seems to be the longest lasting one of these, but hey that's not bad for the price!)One thing I do hate is the sanding barrels that come with these dremmels! I immedietly throw out the andis ones every time and replace them with my own. Overall, this will be the dremmel I'll always have at my table, as well as most of my coworkers!