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The Driver features a variable speed 0-300 rpm motor and an electronic brake that quickly stops the bit's rotation when you release the trigger, to reduce stripping screw heads. Dremel says the Stylus can handle most rotary tool tasks without the encumbrance of a flex shaft. You hold the Stylus like a pencil, for precise control.

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Dremel's Driver (a cordless screwdriver) and Stylus (a cordless rotary tool) are now available together in the Dremel Duo Two-Tool Kit. The set also includes a docking station with a charger for one tool and a sidecar for the other, 8 tips for the Driver and a 25-piece accessory kit for the Stylus. Both tools feature ergonomic design and 7.2-volt Lithium-Ion batteries. Li-Ion technology packs power into smaller-size batteries. As a result, the Driver is the shortest cordless screwdriver on the market, according to Dremel, and it can gently set a No. 1 screw as easily as it drives a No. 10 screw. The Driver features a variable speed 0-300 rpm motor and an electronic brake that quickly stops the bit's rotation when you release the trigger, to reduce stripping screw heads. Dremel says the Stylus can handle most rotary tool tasks without the encumbrance of a flex shaft. You hold the Stylus like a pencil, for precise control. It's equipped with a nose-mounted switch for one-hand operation, soft start and variable speed from 5,000-25,000 rpm.

Source
Dremel, www.dremel.com, (800) 437-3635, Dremel Duo Two-Tool Kit, #1130-01, $100.


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