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Just Might Be My First Milwaukee Tool


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Although I have a Dremel 4000 rotary tool, I was browsing Home Depot, and seen this offering from Milwaukee. https://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-tools/cordless/2460-21

 

I also have the corded DeWalt rotary tool, but you need to use an adapter for Dremel bits.  So, I was thinking maybe a little red is in my future. 

 

If anyone has this rotary tool, please share your thoughts on it, and how it compares to a Dremel.

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Just picked one up from http://www.ihlcanada.com/$55.70 delivered. I got it after seeing so many talking about it and how well they like it and that it used all the dremel attachments. After getting it I can say it's not bad. Feels good in my hand, power was good. Has a light but thought it was a little annoying. If you are thinking of getting one. This was a tool only purchase no batteries or charger. You'll need to consider that if you get one and don't have any m12 already. Good luck Wigway.

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Although I have a Dremel 4000 rotary tool, I was browsing Home Depot, and seen this offering from Milwaukee. https://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-tools/cordless/2460-21

 

I also have the corded DeWalt rotary tool, but you need to use an adapter for Dremel bits.  So, I was thinking maybe a little red is in my future. 

 

If anyone has this rotary tool, please share your thoughts on it, and how it compares to a Dremel.

I've heard nothing but good things about this tool. Plus the m12 has a lot to offer. That led flash light is nice too. I love all my M12 tools!!!

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I picked one up two years ago in a BF sale for $50 for the kit. I don't use a ton, but what I have used it for (cutting off bolts, drywall cutting, notching trim, and light sanding to remove rust) it did a great job. It's compatible with all of the Dremel attachments I've bought and more powerful than some of the other cordless dremels I've used in the past.

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Although I have a Dremel 4000 rotary tool, I was browsing Home Depot, and seen this offering from Milwaukee. https://www.milwaukeetool.com/power-tools/cordless/2460-21

I also have the corded DeWalt rotary tool, but you need to use an adapter for Dremel bits. So, I was thinking maybe a little red is in my future.

If anyone has this rotary tool, please share your thoughts on it, and how it compares to a Dremel.

. Be prepared my friend you are knocking on the doors to m12 Heaven man ;)
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