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[Amazon.ca] Dremel 160pc accessory kit $29

160pc Dremel 710-08 kit. Has lots of redundant/spares in it. Matches or beats the all time low ($30) I could find, usually this kind of kit is around $45+. I plan to use this with a Ryobi multitool while we're all locked down again over the winter. Also has bits you can use for trimming dog nails apparently.
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I have this kit. Good kit, but kinda misleading saying it is 160 piece, but I'm guessing most people know that already.
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For those wondering, if you have a the Milwaukee Rotary Tool M12 with the 1/8-inch collet, then this set will fit well.
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now to buy a dremel tool to use these accessories in...
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Bought. Thanks op
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Same price at Home Depot. But not sold in store
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Grabbed one from HD along with the 9.96 spade set and 7pc SDS kit.

Thanks op
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calvados.boualrd wrote: I have this kit. Good kit, but kinda misleading saying it is 160 piece, but I'm guessing most people know that already.
It does have 160 pc and if you look at the Amazon listing, there is a photo showing what you get.
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I have the Ryobi rotary tool. This will be a great addition to that. Thanks!
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rob187 wrote: Grabbed one from HD along with the 9.96 spade set and 7pc SDS kit.

Thanks op
The sds one for 30 at hd? Bosch? Is it a good deal?
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Thanks picked one up along with a Bosch add on spade bit set for 7.90
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hakira wrote: 160pc Dremel 710-08 kit. Has lots of redundant/spares in it. Matches or beats the all time low ($30) I could find, usually this kind of kit is around $45+. I plan to use this with a Ryobi multitool while we're all locked down again over the winter. Also has bits you can use for trimming dog nails apparently.
Can't find the Ryobi multitool anywhere? Did you get it a few years ago?
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BLeagues wrote: Compare and decide for yourself.
That's very helpful. Check fakespot while you're at it.
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BLeagues wrote: Maybe a better deal?

A 276 piece Workpro set, for $33.99. "Universal fitment for use on all major brands".
I've seen a marked difference in quality between Dremel accessories and off brands though admittedly I haven't tried Workpro.
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alanbrenton wrote: That's very helpful. Check fakespot while you're at it.
Bubs, I did use a review checker, it came back fine, next time do your own homework before you post ;-)

I used the word "maybe" incase you hadn't noticed.

29 unique tools vs 24.

Wider sizing spectrum.

Bigger quantity of frequently used items, depending upon which ones you use the most.

Again Bubs, compare the items and decide for yourself, I was only pointing out a comparable.
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BLeagues wrote: Bubs, I did use a review checker, it came back fine, next time do your own homework before you post ;-)

I used the word "maybe" incase you hadn't noticed.

29 unique tools vs 24.

Wider sizing spectrum.

Bigger quantity of frequently used items, depending upon which ones you use the most.

Again Bubs, compare the items and decide for yourself, I was only pointing out a comparable.
To my ignore list you bubs. :)
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BLeagues wrote: Bubs, I did use a review checker, it came back fine, next time do your own homework before you post ;-)
Don't be overly reliant on algorithms like Fakespot. They can help, but like most computer algorithms they can also be kinda dumb. They don't substitute for common sense. If you see a bunch of early 5 star reviews of a product from an unknown off-brand supplier, with a lot of praise of a product type that doesn't normally merit a lot of enthusiasm, you can guess for yourself that the product is being hyped.

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