Model # 6800-DR-RT

Internet #203986133

Dremel Reconditioned Trio Variable Speed Corded Tool Kit with 8 Accessories


Reconditioned Trio Variable Speed Corded Tool Kit with 8 Accessories

  • Reconditioned Tools come with a 1-year manufacturer's warranty
  • Trio tool cuts, sands and routs
  • Includes trio tool, TR800 guide attachment, mandrel, and more
$6397 /each

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Product Overview

The Factory Reconditioned Dremel Trio Tool System offers a versatile and effective multi-function system. With 360° cutting technology and plunge-cut ability, Trio makes quick and controlled cuts in wood, plastic, drywall, metal, and wall tile. With sanding and routing capability, Trio will take your project from start to finish. The Trio is an approachable, versatile tool that can cut, sand, and rout. Typical to the Dremel brand the versatility of the tool does not end there the Dremel Trio Tool System is complete with a full line of accessories and attachments to tackle countless projects in and around the home.

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Customer Questions & Answers

Is there a raincheck for this Trio tool for $29 that's no longer available?

Asked by: Anonymous
The one day deals are limited to quantity they have on hand. If they run out of them they can no longer offer the deal.
Answered by: Denver
Date published: 2015-09-17

Need 3/16 collets and bits for same tr563 tr561 sanding accessories

Need 3/16 collets and bits for same tr563 tr561 sanding accessories
Asked by: Don
Please contact our Dremel Customer Service at 1-800-437-3635, Monday through Friday, 8am - 6pm CST.
Answered by: TeamDremel
Date published: 2017-04-20

Is there a specific tool to cut glass/ mirror using this dremel

Asked by: steve
We do not have any accessory that will cut glass. You can carve, grind, polish, sand or drill on glass with our Dremel products only.
Answered by: TeamDremel
Date published: 2017-02-22

Is there a flexable shaft for this tool?

Asked by: Skee
Unfortunately, there is no flex shaft for the Trio.
Answered by: TeamDremel
Date published: 2016-06-14
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Customer Reviews

Reconditioned Trio Variable Speed Corded Tool Kit with 8 Accessories is rated 3.6 out of 5 by 63.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I got this tool as a gift 8 months ago. I've used it a total of 3 times, and the motor just died... I got this tool as a gift 8 months ago. I've used it a total of 3 times, and the motor just died at the beginning of a project. I'm a beginner to working with wood and power tools, and I find the manual to be severely lacking. There doesn't seem to be any information online to address my questions either. I'm am extremely disappointed in this tool. Another major issue for me is that I'm Canadian and the home depot here has nothing related to this tool, so I would have to order from the U.S. making it a bigger expense and hassle to get accessories with the exchange, shipping and customs costs. And what's the deal with making the bits a different size? Would it really be impossible to make them standard?
Date published: 2017-02-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Worst tool Dremel has ever produced...horrible I bought this tool 3 years ago and have never been pleased with its performance. The motor lacks the torque and speed to send the router bit through even the softest woods. I have broken 3 multi-purpose cutting bits trying to cut stain grade pine. The only material I have had success cutting is drywall. There are very few bits available for purchase which severely limits the uses of this worthless tool. DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY!
Date published: 2014-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great for detail work on wood carving I have had the Dremel Trio for a couple of years now and love it and last night it carved it's last wooden sign. I have pushed this tool to the extreme over and over with great results. I am on my way now, on Sunday morning to pick up another one. If you need to cut fine straight lines on a flat surface, with maximum control over the tool, the Dremel Trio is what you need. The only accessories I wish the Trio had, is a wider base to span cuts and larger viewing port . Also a better depth adjustment control.
Date published: 2014-08-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Reconditioned Dremel Trio I would not use it for (light) routing jobs - the Bosh Colt is inexpensive and much better - but the Trio does well for fine scroll saw-like jobs. I used it for plunge-cutting precision holes in 1/2' wood and drywall (with a very simple square I made) and the results were fine. It has much more stability than the traditional spiral saws. I don't know if I would buy it at full price but a reconditioned unit has a place in my home shop. My DIY wife is comfortable with it which is a major plus.
Date published: 2013-06-18
Rated 2 out of 5 by from No Tooling! I was given the 'Trio' a couple years ago and thought it was going to be a larger Dremel-like tool. I used it a few times when I first got it then put it away. I recently needed a tool to finish some trim work and thought it might be of use. I became very disappointed when I started looking for some bits to use on my project. 3/16" shank bits, really? This would have been a great tool if it had the same variety of tooling that is available for the 1/8" shank Dremel or made the collet on the 'Trio' able to accept 1/4" shank tooling. There is a vast array of 1/4" shank accessories that would have worked well with it. I guess I will just have to do more research so I won't get stuck again with a piece of equipment that is so very limited. I feel like I've been stung by what I thought was an upstanding company that wanted to fullfil its consumers needs.
Date published: 2016-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 3-in-1 Dremel Amazing piece of equipment...can cut/route wood, cut lexan, cut plexiglass, cut aluminum (1mm~2mm) and the 90 degree angle provides flexible working conditions. Although the release of this item was scheduled for September 2010 HomeDepot had it in stock as of June 13, 2010 and I bought mind June 5, 2010. Only drawback of this item is that the bits aren't readily available, I will try some Rotozip cutting bits to see if the fit and can produce the same results as the pre-packaged cutting bit because mine broke off yesterday. Overall good for small projects.
Date published: 2010-06-13
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Potential but Limited Overall I've had the Trio for a while now. I've tried to use it on a lot of different projects but I find that it's very limited because of the lack of bits. I prefer using it as a router but it's so hard to make detailed cuts since I can't buy any accessories or bits that are thinner than the standard. There's a lot of potential there but just some simple limiting factors that hurt the overall experience.
Date published: 2015-07-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Better options Bough this Dremel Trio about 3 years ago. Have friends with standard Dremel products and recommended them. Thought would be a great options for basic woodworking, small wood etchings, and making curved cuts. As much as it is a great idea, does not perform as I would have hoped. Find myself still starting a project with this and finishing with something else. Bits break easily. Motor is not strong enough. End up using a jig saw to finish. If want to use for drywall, sanding small detailed areas, or extremely small router/etching jobs might be ok. There are way better options. I would not purchase the Trio again. Still regretting it.
Date published: 2014-07-20
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