Dremel 561 Multi Purpose Spiral Cutting Bit Multipack, Accessory Set with 3 Cutting Bits for Rotary Tool, Cuts in Wood, Plastic, Drywall, Soft Metal, Aerated Concrete, Ceramic and Brick, 3.2 mm

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Dremel 26150561JA. Diameter: 3.2 mm. Quantity per pack: 3 pc(s)

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-Quantity per pack: 3 pc(s)

Features

-Diameter: 3.2 mm

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Anonymous says:

Highly recommended. I bought these for my Rotozip Rebel, a tad more powerful than a Dremel.Excellent cutting action through 1/4″ plywood, (let the blade do the work). Glides easily through plasterboard. Just as fast as an oscillating tool.Today, I cut holes for 6 double sockets and 3 light switches in ply, still lots of life left in the ‘blade’ yet!5 stars all the way. Highly recommended.

Anonymous says:

Rotozip no longer, now Dremmel I have a Rotozip multi-purpose power tool from quite a few years ago and needed some replacement cutting bits so looked on the web for them only to find them shipped from the USA only – no UK distributers. A bit of research showed that Bosch had bought the European rights and stopped distributing them but instead pushing their own equivelent of Dremmel multi tool. If you have the old Rotozip tool just go for Dremmel bits and they will work fine. The fit and quality are the same as Rotozip.

Anonymous says:

great kit its a great value for money. Im a professional drywaller and I use it to cut out electrical sockets and for cutting out holes for pipes in bathrooms. It really makes it alot quicker and is less strain on your wrist compared to a jab saw. when cutting out electrical sockets just got to be careful to not force the drill bit onto the metal socket as the bit can break relarively easily. once you get used to it thats not a problem either.

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