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Dremel

Model 7300-PT

Internet #202713166

4.8-Volt Pet Nail Grooming Rotary Tool

$24.23 /each
  • Quickly, easily and safely trim your pet's nails in minutes
  • 2 year warranty
  • 2-speeds 6,500 and 13,000 RPM to match the proper speed required

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Dremel simplifies pet grooming for owners and animals with this cordless Pet Nail Rotary Tool. The rechargeable, battery-powered device uses a 60-grit sanding drum to comfortably trim toenails in a manner that is designed to be harmless and humane. Choose from two speeds (6500 or 13,000 RPM) to safely, easily and quickly trim pet nails without resorting to cumbersome and sometimes-painful clippers.

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does the battery and charger come with it?

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March 19, 2012
if not what kind of batterys does it take?
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June 28, 2016
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Kit contains: tool, detachable battery, plug in charger, wrench/ screwdriver, six sanding discs and a part to hold the discs.
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January 6, 2015
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Yes
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March 11, 2014
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The battery and charger come with it and it comes charged when you purchase it.
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January 23, 2014
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yes
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June 11, 2013
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it comes with a charger
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April 22, 2013
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Battery and charger included.
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Meridian, ID
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January 18, 2013
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Yes, it does come with both the removable battery and a wall charger.
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Westchester County, NY
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March 28, 2012
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A battery and charger comes with the tool set, so it's ready for use when it arrives. You should charge it first. I recommend getting a spare battery just so you always have one.
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March 20, 2012
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The 7300-PT does come with a battery and charger.
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How long does the battery last after fully charged?

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Omaha, NE
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November 25, 2013
I've looked over the specifications of this particular dremel and it just says it takes 3 hours to charge, but nothing about how long a full charge will last. Any help from those of you who have it, would be great. Thanks!
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Phoenix Az
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November 29, 2015
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we grind three dogs( lab husky mix, lab springer mix and a King Charles) nails once a week and charge the battery every other week
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January 6, 2015
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Shelf life months, if not used.
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Shreveport, LA, USA
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May 6, 2014
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You could trim two dogs toenails without any problem or need to charge.
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Dallas, TX 75287, USA
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March 11, 2014
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A full charge last about 1-2 hours of use! Also, it comes fully charged.
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San Diego, CA, USA
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January 29, 2014
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I use mine everyday but I don't use it for long periods. I use it for about 5mins at a time. I can use it all day without it going dead. takes 3hrs to fully charge and its easy to charge between uses if needed.
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It Doesn't last super long. Normal use, maybe 45min - 1 hour.
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Minneapolis, MN, USA
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December 11, 2013
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I use it on 2 large dogs, and again a week later. There is still some battery left, but I fully charge it so it will be fully charged and ready for the next week.
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Cordless tools do have limitations and battery charge will last depends on what you’re using the tool for-working on soft wood uses a lot less power than, say, grinding metal. Run time will also vary with the type of bit you are using, the speed in which you run the tool and the amount of load (pressure) you put on the tool when doing a project. When the battery is properly charged (which may take Read More
Cordless tools do have limitations and battery charge will last depends on what you’re using the tool for-working on soft wood uses a lot less power than, say, grinding metal. Run time will also vary with the type of bit you are using, the speed in which you run the tool and the amount of load (pressure) you put on the tool when doing a project. When the battery is properly charged (which may take several cycles) 20-30 minutes of run time is typically what you can expect for a light sanding project. A heavy application will wear the battery down even faster. Read Less
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My finger and toe nails are thick and need to be ground down periodically. Can this tool be used for this purpose?

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July 7, 2013
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February 26, 2015
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Yes, based on personal experience. I have nails of normal thickness. I just bought the Dremel and I was practicing first time use BEFORE using it my dog. I used the coarse grit drum and low speed. It worked great. I did both hands and feet and a couple callouses. I will definitely use it again and experiment with the fine grit drum.
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It would probably work but you should keep it at the low setting cause the high setting would be too powerful for your purpose.
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Twentynine Palms, CA, USA
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January 14, 2014
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Yes, it would be perfect. I trim my extra large dog's toe nails which are also thick and huge. It works great. My manicurist uses on on my thick toe nails.
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Minneapolis, MN, USA
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December 11, 2013
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I would not use it on my nails, but I am a female with normal thickness. If you purchase the finest sandpaper tips and use the Dremell when fully charged (too keep the speed at max) it should work.
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November 7, 2013
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i used it for the dog's nails, so i supposed it can be use for human nails as well.
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You could, but you would probably have to smooth them out with a regular nail file.
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Lafayette, LA, USA
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August 28, 2013
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I have never used a rotary tool on human nails, only on dog nails, and then only very, very carefully for no more than 1 second at a time. In my opinion, this is way too powerful a tool (and way too coarse a sanding drum) for human nail grooming. There are already gentle rotary nail grooming tools on the market made specifically for human use, so look for one of those if you want to try one on yourself. Read More
I have never used a rotary tool on human nails, only on dog nails, and then only very, very carefully for no more than 1 second at a time. In my opinion, this is way too powerful a tool (and way too coarse a sanding drum) for human nail grooming. There are already gentle rotary nail grooming tools on the market made specifically for human use, so look for one of those if you want to try one on yourself. And don't forget that a basic $20 pedicure at a nail shop is totally worth it! Read Less
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No, we do not recommend our tools for this application.
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is the speed adjustable

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January 25, 2015
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There are 2 speeds: high & low. I always end up using the low. I am using it for cat's nails exclusively though.
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NO- HIGH AND LOW ONLY
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There are 2 speeds. The high is super high and low is super low.
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Yes it is adjustable.
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two speeds, lo and high
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Yes, it does have low and high speed settings.
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Yes, the speed is adjustable. It has a low and high speed. Even the high speed is not noisy. My dog doesn't mind it at all - just a low hum. MUCH quieter than those stupid tools that have been advertised to do dog's nails. This is a great tool!
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The 7300 - PT tool is a 2 speed tool, high runs at 13,000 RPM'S and low runs at 6,500 RPM's.
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Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 219 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Love my dremel Works great on my dog lots of power it even works on my feet thank you August 25, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by No cord, Not too noisy, battery time fine I have used another Dremel model previously and needed a replacement when it stopped working for an unknown reason. I wanted a cordless model this time, and I love that. I can use it anywhere outside so I don't have nail dust all over the house, or at least away from an outlet without the cord getting in the way. I ONLY use it on a LOW setting so it does not hurt the nail with high heat, and I have to be very careful not to get the long hair on one dog's foreleg from catching in the rotation when I do his dewclaws. That actually happened once, but it just rolled up and stopped. I turned it off and got the hair off without issue, but I have a mannerly dog which allowed the handling required. It didn't seem to hurt him, but it could potentially cause a pull and startle and larger reaction in some dogs, so be careful with dogs with long hair. Some people use a sock with a hole on the end to let the paw through but cover the long hair. The only thing I didn't like about it was that if you need to remove the batteries from the pack after clicking it into place, it is very hard to remove. The whole pack itself removes from the tool easily enough. I have done the nails on two dogs twice without needing to recharge, and am currently trying to see how long I can go without recharging, but I am satisfied with the charge time already because I could use it on several dogs between charges, and that's all I need. It was also not too loud or scary sounding for my dogs, but they have some experience with the grinder concept. It isn't any louder than using clippers to trim hair, and the motor itself is probably much quieter than many groomer's hair clippers are. If your dogs can handle that, they can certainly handle this. For anyone new to doing this, as a trainer and pro-trained groomer, I recommend this wordy, but helpful page: http://www.doberdawn.com/doberdawn/dremel.html September 14, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Perfect Tool for the job Way better than hail clippers. It took at least 2 people to cut our dog's nails before using this tool. Having black nails made the job even harder. I can trim her nails now, by myself with some treats of course. She is 60 lbs and has thick black nails, this tool on low speed trims them fast. August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Must have Why didn't I buy it sooner? It made my life easier a great deal. What was a nightmare for me and my dogs became a 5 minute procedure. Absolutely recommend!!! August 23, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Pet Nail Grinder for the price The two speed switch can be a little sensitive at times, can accidently be left running when turned to off. The unit is relatively quite, but could be better. The NiCad batteries are OK, but Lithiums would be a big improvement, but not at this price point. The NiCads the unit comes with don't really hold their charge for much more than a week of off and on use. The Grinder itself works great so long as I can get our now 13 week old Welsh Springer Spaniel to sit still long enough. We can usually get one or two nails ground down lightly per treat. She still hasn't quite gotten used to the sound of the grinder running. I've only used this on her with the slow speed of 600 rpm which is adequate, but the motor is low on torque at this speed. I wish Dremel would make a better model of this unit for pets with a brushless motor and Lithium batteries. July 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just what my dog needed... I bought this because my dog was traumatized by a groomer cutting her to the quick with nail clippers and she was frightened of me repeating that mistake. I trim her nails now with the Dremel and she's still a little apprehensive but calmer the second time. The trimmer works very well and feels well-built. Its quiet and even at low speed trims her nails quickly. I'm sure to be using this for a very long time. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome product Very easy to use and handle. Very simple to change the file. 2 speeds are great Recommend this product to any pet lover August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great nail trimmer for dogs! I knew from previous experience with other Dremel products that this would be a dependable, easy to use tool, but was uncertain how my dog would take to having it used on her nails. The first time around was easy peasy! She was use to my clipping her nails and handling her feet to begin with, but I was still surprised. Actually, using the Dremel trimmer seems way less stressful for her and gets the job done quickly and efficiently. I love it! April 4, 2016
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