Internet #206314578

Model #8050-N/18

Store SKU #1001527217

Micro 8-Volt MAX Variable Speed Cordless Rotary Tool Kit with Docking Station and 18 Accessories

  • Ideal for sanding, polishing, cutting, finishing and grinding
  • Built in LED light and pen-like grip for ultimate control
  • Includes tool, 18 accessories and charger/docking station
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Price:
$7607

Product Overview

The Dremel Micro is the perfect combination of size, ergonomics and power that make it the ultimate tool for both precise and light duty DIY tasks. Designed to be held between the thumb and forefinger like a pencil, the Dremel Micro allows a grip that is close to the workpiece for superior maneuverability and control. To illuminate projects, the Dremel Micro has LED lights built uniquely into the nose cap to aid in vision and accuracy.
  • Variable speed from 5,000 to 25,000 RPM to match the proper speed required
  • High capacity 8-Volt lithium-ion battery for longer run times
  • Compact size for portability and light in weight for comfort
  • 360° grip zone with soft grip for comfort and control
  • Quick collet lock for fast accessory changes
  • Convenient battery level indicator lights
  • Self-stopping docking station that automatically stops charging when the battery have reached capacity
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
6.5
Product Height (in.)
9.5
Product Width (in.)
1.65

Details

Amperage (amps)
0
Batteries Included
Yes
Battery Amp Hours
1.3 Ah
Battery Power Type
Lithium Ion
Battery Size
Lithium Ion
Battery/Charger
(1) 1.3 Ah Battery & Charger Included
Battery/Charger
1 Battery & Charger Included
Charger Included
Charger Included
Chuck Capacity
.125
Chuck Type
Keyed
Color Family
Black
Condition
New
Cordless Tool Type
Rotary Tool
Cordless/ Corded
Cordless
Included
Bits
Kit
Yes
Maximum Speed (rpm)
25000
Motor Type
Brushed
Number of Total Batteries Included
1
Power Tool Features
Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
3.5
Returnable
180-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool
Variable Speed
Yes
Voltage (volts)
8

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
CSA Listed,UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Years

Questions & Answers

38Questions32Answers

Can I buy the docking station separately if so where and how much is it

Asked by Terry February 26, 2021
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Answer

For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-4-DREMEL (1-800-437-3635), Monday - Friday, 8A - 5P CST.

i have this and love it but have had issues with the charger station. it doesn't seem to fit well enough to charge well. d

Asked by Roni February 16, 2021
1
Answer

We can help you. If you have an issue with any Dremel product, please contact us before leaving a review. Our friendly and experienced staff would like the opportunity to help resolve any issues to make it right. We are located in Racine, WI, the very place the Dremel brand originated. Please visit our website for contact options or call 800-437-3635 Monday-Friday 8am – 5pm CST

Has anyone had issues with the tool not stop charging and not turning on? When I press the power ...

Asked by matt October 29, 2020
2
Answers

For further assistance, please contact us at 1-800-4-DREMEL (1-800-437-3635), Monday - Friday, 8A - 5P CST.

Has this model been discontinued? This dremel tool is the most popular one among dog groomers for...

Asked by GroomerGirl January 5, 2020
5
Answers

I bought one on-line last week. I am a groomer also. Love this dremel. Replace about once a year when the nail dust causes it to get loud.

Can i get drywall bits for this and use it to cut drywall?

Asked by JJ November 24, 2019
3
Answers

No! too small that job..

are there any cut off wheels that come with the accessories? Any way to find out what the 18 acc...

Asked by Maggie September 19, 2019
4
Answers

Yes

Can this cut glass into shapes

Asked by JENN March 8, 2019
4
Answers

???

Can you use the Dremel Flex-Shaft attatchment with the Dremel Micro?

Asked by Joe December 31, 2018
4
Answers

No.

Scan you sand small wooden parts with this tool?

Asked by Joan October 27, 2018
3
Answers

Yes I built a 4 foot bird perch with mine. initially got it for modeling, but it's kind of a weak tool. if i may recommend, get the dremel 4300 and you won't be disappointed. This dremel 8050 is okay but the battery kept dying if you give it too much resistance. ended up putting the dremels drill, saw, and sanding bits in my Ryobi hammer drill to get the job done. Now I own a 4300 and drill press work station (which can pivot sideways for easy sanding) and am very happy. Note: the 8050 cannot work with accessories that require a frame thread to screw the drill into such as the drill press work station.

Is it Quieter than a regular Dremel?

Asked by groomers October 24, 2018
5
Answers

I'm not sure but it is pretty quiet and I use the stone to grind my dog's nails.

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Customer Reviews

  • 3.7
    out of 381 reviews
  • 55% recommend this product
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Quit working
I also have the same problem as the rest I put it on the charger and it shows all blue lights like it is completely charged and also little lights by the collett on top flash. But when I take it off and hit the power button the red light flashes and nothing. Sometimes off the charger one blue light will come on with the flashing red light.
by BSmith85
DaytonVinny
I Just restored my Silver oil lamp with my Micro, love it. Oh btw the tape on my dremel is to hold that sticker that was peeled of when i took it out of the box, had to take two stars off for funny stuff like this. Hope Dremel helps me out with a spare sticker the dremel works amazing though.
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Disappointing
After my last electric Dremel took a dive after only a few years of light usage I figured it was just a fluke and bought this Dremel micro because . I quickly figured out I can't push it very hard and i would have to do until my business makes some money ,but now it just won't charge. I tried messing with the contacts on the Dremel and the charger and also tryd a new power cord but nothing's worked . The best i can can get is a bunch of blue lights to show up once in awhile like in the photo. Does anyone have a solution? Im Just very disappointed and in a real bad spot.
by Briant
Response from ServiceAug 9, 2019
We are very sorry the tool has stopped working properly. We are interested in understanding what has taken place and will contact you directly to provide some assistance.
Worked well until it didn’t anymore.
I bought this Dremel about 6 months ago. I only use it for my dogs nails. So it’s not used and abused. And well now it won’t charge even though the blue lights indicate it is. It’s been on the charger for 2 days. And well NOTHING. Kind of annoying.
by Crystal
Response from ServiceFeb 12, 2019
We would agree something is definitely wrong if it will no longer charge - and we are very sorry that has happened. We will contact you directly to help you have that tool serviced so you can get back up and running.
Charged once, never charged again
I bought this about a year ago. Out of the box I had charged it overnight, the next day I began some simple wood carving and the power button started rattling. I thought it wasn't a big deal. As long as I could still power it on, I'd live with the rattle. It basically sat on the shelf for a year and I only used it once during that time- to cut some soft wood. The tool's drive was very weak for that job, and it would shut itself off if it encountered much resistance at all. Today I began cutting some very soft lead and again I found that the tool would fail when meeting anything more than the slightest resistance. The orange light was on, so I decided to throw it on the charger. The blue indicators scrolled for a second then remained illuminated(all lights solid blue). I kept it on the charger for 4 hours with these solid blue lights on, and when I tried it again, the red light was showing on the device and it would die as soon as the tip touched the material. So at this point I don't think it takes a charge at all. I used the device exactly twice, and neither time I used it was it effective at all in performing the simplest task. Now, it could be that I just got a bad unit, but after reading all the other reports of similar failures of the product, I really can't recommend it at all. I'm really regretting this purchase. I really wish that I had just gotten a corded tool instead. Very disappointed and frustrated that I'll have to figure out a different way to complete my project now.
by Cascade Craftwork
Response from ServiceJan 15, 2019
We are very sorry this has been your experience with our 8050. We will contact you directly to provide some assistance and get your tool up and running!
Very Dissapointed.
I received this wireless dremel on February 25th this year for my birthday. As of this review that is less than 1 month ago. Today during use i turned it off and set it down on the charger, and now it wont charge, turn on, or even light up showing its charging. It wasn't even out of battery when i set it down either. Very sad because otherwise i was really enjoying it for detail work...
by Gray88
Response from ServiceMar 26, 2018
We are very sorry the tool has stopped working. We will contact you to get some additional information and supply a solution
Got to try out my new Dremel Micro tool today. Not quite the way I was thinking, but it's a winne...
Got to try out my new Dremel Micro tool today. Not quite the way I was thinking, but it's a winner. Since I get the job about once a month of removing dead skin from my wifes feet, I thought, "Hey, I bet my new Dremel will do this!" She was reluctant at first, but now that her feet are smooth and soft, she thinks it's great! This will be filed under my "Creative ways to convince wife that husband needs new tools" category. Can't wait to try it on wood. Hmmm, now what to do with that new chain saw(!?) Side note: Those dead skin removers from Bed, Bath, and Beyond cost about 60 bucks, but I wouldn't recommend them for woodworking!
by 1HandyMan
4 people found this helpful
The tool works well but I was appalled to find out that the tool does not fit in the charging cra...
The tool works well but I was appalled to find out that the tool does not fit in the charging cradle properly. It is very loose and unless you jam a wedge in the back it does not make contact with the charging prongs. Very bad design!
by ianmac
10 people found this helpful
Fantastic little tool!
I build chilren's heirloom quality furniture as a hobby. My biggest selling product is the Children's Rocking Chairs. In the back portion of the rocking chairs, I place an inlay of a teddy bear. I use this Dremel Tool to assist me in creating that inlay. It performs wonderfully, great power, long battery life, easy to handle and a pleasure to use. Thank you Dremel!
by rogernva
Easy to use
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this to use with my glass business, and I find it very easy to use. Changing buts is a snap.
by Kathy23
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