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Dremel 8100 Cordless Rotary Tool Unboxing and Review

Dremel_8100_cordless_rotary_toolSometimes you just need to do a quick repair or a slight adjustment on something. Trying to work with a cord dragging or getting in your way can be a real pain in the #%$. Dremel has the answer with the 8100 Cordless Rotary Tool. I have been using a Dremel for will over several decades on all kinds of projects before I got into pc case modding. The Dremel Rotary Tool was just a natural to find its way into my pc case modding hobby. With so many attachments and its small size, it was great to have one tool that could do some much. This one tool made it easy to cut the side panel of a case or do some work inside of the case and then with a quick bit change out I am able to grind or sand the rough edges of the metal.  A corded drill has its time and place and well it can be a struggle as you need to find an electrical outlet nearby and if there is not one you will have to hunt down an extension cord. Then trying to adjust the angle of the of the tool so the cord is not in the way. But if you could just grab a tool, put in the bit you need and start using it, life could be much easier.  This is where the Dremel 8100 comes into play. During this video, we will show everything you need to know about the 8100 Cordless Rotary Tool and we take it out into the workshop and test it on different materials.

About the Dremel 8V Lithium-ion Cordless rotary tool

  • Variable speed from 5,000 to 33,000 RPM to match the proper speed required
  • High capacity 8V Lithium-Ion battery for longer run times
  • Always ready, Lithium-Ion battery holds a charge 6 times longer than standard nickel-cadmium batteries
  • Comfort grip housing for easier handling and better tool control
  • Two year warrantyModel Number:8100-N/21
  • Charge Time:1 Hour
  • Contents:21 Accessories
  • Battery Amp Hour:10.8
  • Length:8.5 “
  • Battery Chemistry:Lithium Ion
  • Battery:8V MAX Lithium-Ion Battery



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Dewayne Carel

Dewyane began in the case modding scene when it was just starting out many years ago. Shortly after that, he started Modders-Inc to help others learn how to create and have fun with PC case mods. He has created works for the likes of Bethesda, Cooler Master, ASUS, CPU Magazine, Razer, Zotac and more.

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