Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 26
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Gunslinger Pretty good
The tool itself is great for the money however the accessories are a little weak. The sanding disk with included shaft vibrated so badly I think I lost a little weight. The sanding disk was either out of true or the shaft. I think I'll be spending a couple of bucks on the Dremel accessories.. All in all not bad bang for the buck even if I do buy the accessories.
April 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by GirlwithPowerTools Meh... It works
The drill seemed to be working really well. I discovered that while using the collet bent and now won't hold either of the tool sizes included. I may have used it on a too slow setting which might have caused the issue but I thought it was set high enough. Either way, I have to buy new collets now.
April 28, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by RichardB Can't Beat It For The Price
You get what you paid for. It's a Dremel clone that does the job just fine. The post for the sanding bits did bend but this could've been my fault. For the price, hard to beat.
March 12, 2015
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Woodcarver Worst purchase ever
I gave it 1 star because there was nothing lower. I used it one time. The burr holder (collet) came loose.
I re-tightended and it came loose again and broke my steel burr. I laid the tool down and the button to
lock the tool from turning popped out and I could not replace it. The tool is cheaply and poorly made.
My advice is to get either a Dremel or a Black & Decker rotary tool instead. The 101 pieces are also junk. The good part is that Home Depot took it back with no problem and immediately refunded the purchase price. It is the only thing I ever had to bring back to Home Depot in 13 years of shopping there!!
October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by FrankRizzo Far exceeds expectations
Having never heard of this brand, I was skeptical. Even after the reviews I thought it wouldn't be that great. I was wrong, excellent product. Its pretty comparable to a dremel, without the cost. Its quick to exchange attachments, strong enough to get the job done. I've used it to shape metal, cut metals, stone, engrave, polish, sand wood, etc. No issues. Motor runs smooth, doesn't seem to get too warm even after prolonged, heavy use. The kit is nice, but the case that come with it is a joke. Dremel attachments fit in this product as well.
Save yourself some money with this, highly recommended.
September 27, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Gunslinger Gets the job done
After using this tool around the house for small jobs about a month now,I'm more than pleased. You can't beat the price,about one third the price of the high end rotary tools of the same size. The only draw back is it doesn't come in a fancy case but a Tupperware container works just fine for me. All of my old Dremel accessories work perfect but I haven't tried a flex shaft yet.
July 15, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by thomas The rotary tool is good and stout.
The rotary tool is good and stout. The only complaint I have is the metal hanger attached to the end of tool has a poor mounting system. Mine flew off right after taking it out of the box and instantly disappeared somewhere in my shop. Oh well, it is made in china.
November 13, 2013
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by JoshDDS Piece of junk
It was quiet. It ran smooth. It was cheap in price, but unfortuately in quality.
First of all, the motor ran quietly, but with even a little pressure it would bog down. When no pressure was applied, it would run at an uneven speed (and no I wasn't manually changing the speed). Motor ran very hot after just a few moments, without placing much pressure. It came with a bunch of accessories and most of them were poorly mounted. If I'm going to be using a rotary instrument, it is important that the cutting end be symmetrical, and mounted evenly on the shaft...they weren't, which would introduce a severe vibration when touching the bit to any material-also resulting in poor results.
Basically, I bought a cheap tool, and it was exactly that. If that is all you want, then it will work. For me, I'm returning it, and buying something of some substance (and yes, I will have to spend more money).
September 19, 2014