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Velocity 7 Amp Variable Speed Corded 2-Position Oscillating Multi-Tool Kit for Plywood, Drywall, PVC Pipe, Wood & Tile

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  • Cuts wood, drywall, PVC pipe and is great for indoor remodeling
  • Ideal for cutting, scraping, sanding, grinding or grout removal
  • Includes 3 blades, 6 sanding pads, hook and loop pad and case
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Oscillations per Minute
Amperage
Case / Bag Included
2 Year Warranty
The Dremel Velocity VC60 is the power tool that bridges the gap between traditional oscillating tools and rough-cutting tools, such as reciprocating saws and circular saws. The Velocity tool allows you to tackle larger jobs that other traditional oscillating tools can't. With a powerful 7.0 Amp motor, an integrated control foot, 5° of oscillation angle and a newly designed, patented drive system, users can now feel confident about making long and accurate cuts quickly in a variety of materials. Velocity is a 2 position tool; with the control foot open, the tool is great for making long, accurate cuts in panel materials and with the control foot closed, the tool is a high-powered traditional oscillating tool optimal for any cutting, scraping, sanding, grinding or grout removal application. The Velocity is an ideal tool for professional remodelers who want a fast-cutting, low dust tool to get through a variety of materials for any indoor job, such as a bathroom or kitchen remodel. It's also great for the home owners who want one tool that does it all, rather than spending money on multiple tools to cut plywood, drywall, conduit, PVC pipe, 2 X 4 and tile backer during home repairs.
  • Powerful 7 Amp motor to tackle the toughest applications
  • Integrated control foot for long and accurate cuts
  • Extra wide 5° oscillation angle with new drive system delivers 9X faster speed of cut vs. MM20 tool
  • Quick-Lock feature for tool-less and secure accessory changes
  • 10,000 - 16,000 OPM speed range for optimal performance in a variety of materials
  • 7 ft. rubber cord for a wide working range






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Power Tool FeaturesKeyless Chuck,Variable SpeedNo Additional FeaturesVariable SpeedVariable Speed
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
16
Product Height (in.)
5
Product Width (in.)
7.5

Details

Accessory Change System
All Dremel Oscillating Blades
Accessory Compatibility
All Dremel Oscillating Blades
Color Family
Gray
Condition
New
Cord Length (ft.)
7
Corded Tool Type
Specialty Saw
Cordless/ Corded
Corded
Oscillation Arc Range (Degrees)
5
Oscillations Per Minute (OPM)
10,000 - 16,000
Power Tool Features
Keyless Chuck,Variable Speed
Product Weight (lb.)
6.41
Returnable
90-Day
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Warranty / Certifications

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

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 85% recommend this product
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Lots of reviewers have said this but I'll say it too: it's BIG! Much bigger than I expected. But ...
Lots of reviewers have said this but I'll say it too: it's BIG! Much bigger than I expected. But it doesn't hesitate and I'll take that over a smallish tool that's under-powered. I've had this tool for only a couple weeks and used it for re-doing a basement where the sheetrock and paneling were originally taken right down to the slab instead of leaving a gap. We had to cut off a substantial portion of the bottom of the sheetrock to check for mold behind it. Making straight-ish cuts in the sheetrock was a breeze thanks to the foot. However, I got the impression from another review that you could adjust the depth of cut using the foot and apparently that's not the case; there seems to be only one depth of cut when the foot's out. I also cut off the bottoms of the paneling sheets after they were removed from the wall and, again, the foot made that so much easier. Cutting the furring strips was really easy using the blade that's in the picture. But the semi-circular blade, which the manual says is for wood, plaster, and drywall, went dull after one try cutting a furring strip. I read somewhere that, because it oscillates, the dust from cutting just falls down so it throws up less dust than a circular saw blade. I think that's probably true but make no mistake; you still need a mask because there's still plenty of dust in the air when you're cutting with this. I with the foot had adjustable settings and I wish the cord was a little longer, (and the bag was bigger), but this is a great tool.
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not so great
Pro: Fast.Cons:-switch jammed after a week of use.-heavy and bulky, not recommended for narrow spaces.-blade release lever getting loose after a few days of use.
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    If you ever used a dremel, you know that they are extremely well made tools that dominate the osc...
    If you ever used a dremel, you know that they are extremely well made tools that dominate the oscillating tool market, but If you though they were done in innovating, you were wrong. This is by far the most powerful, well thought out Dremel yet. The OPM ranges from 10,000 (low) up to 16,000 (hyper speed). It cuts through wood, metal, pvc and anything else you put in front of it brutally fast. They also included a good out guide shoe that allows you to make very straight cuts. It basically gives you two different cutting Angeles which really allows for flexibility while working. One of the best features on this tool is the Tool free blade change. All you do is flip the lever and insert the blade you want. Then you simply close the lever and it locks it in. Literally only takes 5 seconds to change the blade It also feels great in the hands for how big it is. Very comfortable to use, and easy to cut straight lines. It also sands like a champ! I could not be happier with this tool!
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    Super easy to use. Completely helped me out when I...
    Super easy to use. Completely helped me out when I needed a cutting tool in a tight space... never could have finished this bookshelf with out
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    It runs great,eady to operate.
    It runs great,eady to operate.
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    Perfect everywhere home owner tool
    The versatility of this guy blew my mind. I first used it to install a new ceiling fan. It quickly and cleanly cut lines in drywall, then with a blade switch, cut through some stubborn metal on an old bathroom fan, one blade change later and it cuts a wood strut to size for me. It’s quite possibly the coolest oscillating tool I’ve used. It can be applied with finesse then ramp up the power when things get stubborn Pros: • Wide range of uses from cutting various materials (drywall, wood and metal in my case) then right into sanding • Zero clearance potential • Lots of power • Easy to set and use depth guide • One handed blade adjustments and changes • Plenty of accessories • Dremel name brand – you know it’ll be supported for a while and that counts for A LOT Cons: • Storage bag is a little flimsy with no separate pockets for accessories – could be an improvement • Heavier than other oscillating tools – I’ll throw this one out there since it was in reviews but with the caveat that this guy packs more power than I’ve seen before. I worked for 30 minutes with it over my head and I didn’t have any issues with fatigue – but I suppose your mileage may vary""
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    8 people found this helpful
    Professional Grade, fastest cutting oscillating tool I've ever used.
    This is a complete Dremel oscillating tool kit. The first look at this tool and you can see it’s clearly a heavy duty unit compared to the original series of oscillating tools. It’s larger, heavier, faster, and much more powerful. This tool has an industrial feel to it, and cutting materials is quicker and easier than a more traditional unit. The Velocity VC60 features a variable speed motor with a range of 10,000 to 16,000/oscillations per minute and the motor is rates at 7 amps. Kit comes with canvas carrying case, three blades, sanding attachment with a variety of sandpaper, and the saw. Saw features a quick lock accessory/blade attaching mechanism, where the clamping flange is released by a lever. Installing a blade is quick and easy, no wrench is needed. The tool also features a rotating foot that can be opened and used to stabilize the saw when ripping material, such as plywood. The foot does make a big difference in your ability to guide the saw and make a straight cut. Tool has a sliding on off switch and a variable speed control dial to select the speed. The three blades that come in the kit are the wood and metal flush cut pipe and 2x4 blade, the 3 inch wood and drywall saw blade, and the panel cutting blade. It does a good job of cutting in a variety of materials and the multiple blades offer good flexibility of use. Sanding attachment also does a good job, with Velcro attaching paper. The beauty of this tool is its ability to cut through material much easier than typical versions of oscillating tools. Seems like you are using an adult version of the tool rather than the kid’s version. Overall, a very good heavy duty tool with multiple uses that provides tool free attachment changes in seconds.
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    Wow. Not what I was expecting
    Holy cow. This thing is a beast. This completely redefines what an oscillating tool can do. A complete monster. I have had several cordless and corded oscillating tools in the past, of various build and quality levels, but this is a complete step above. This oscillating tool completely blows my extremely expensive European tool out of the water. And this is a Dremel brand tool, which is not something I eeeeever expected. With this tool, it seems like Dremel is trying to reach out into the more industrial market and instead of just the hobby market. The huge 7 amp motor makes the body of this tool massive. It is hard to hold on to sturdily with only one hand. It is like trying to hold on to 4" pvc. This motor is a beast, almost impossible to stall out. It cuts through aged oak planking (with a new to medium-used blade) completely effortlessly. Anyone who uses oscillating tools in the past knows that the blades for these are not cheap, but this extra strong motor makes sure that you get every bit of life out of each one, until the blades are completely flat. Then you've got a scraper! The tool quick change is a nice feature that is not a standard feature on all oscillating tools, but you sure do notice when it isnt there! I found the "foot" to be a little bit gimmicky for me, but it may be more useful for others. Your mileage may vary. This tool is an absolute beast, and is so far beyond what I expect from Dremel. Absolutely A+, best oscillating tool on the (American) market!!
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    7 people found this helpful
    Smooth Operator
    So far I am really enjoying this Oscillating Tool. It cuts much smoother than the other brand that I have. Pros: Easy to change the blades, you will love this. Cuts really smoothly without the harsh vibration I am used to. Dremel blades seem to be holding up good. The "Foot" makes cutting a straight line a breeze and really steadies the machine. Cons: Price Corded A little heavy Tool does not fit in bag with blades attached It performs the tasks oscillating tools are best at fantastically, but it doesn't do everything perfectly. It comes with a blade to cut through 2x4's. You will do this once to try it and then go back to your circular saw or reciprocating saw. I do like it for cutting tubing though. Whips right through it with a really smooth cut.
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    13 people found this helpful
    Ultimate multi-tool!
    This oscillator is one of the best tools you can have in your shop, and it won't be laying around either. You can cut into just about anything with the right attachment, from wood to metal, pvc piping, laminate, stone, brick, you name it! The great thing about it is that it cuts nice, stable, straight lines unlike a sawzall that is all over the place. It's absolutely great for those small, detailed home repairs or for something on the go. Leave the sawzall for framing or unseen areas and get this if you like precision and high quality finishes. It is a rather large unit, and may not fare well for those with smaller hands, but you're supposed to use both hands anyways. This is not a negative in my opinion, as Dremel was able to fit a powerful 7 amp motor into this puppy, so as long as you have the right bit, cutting will be a breeze. I would recommend going over your drawn line at a lower speed and then finishing off with more power to make sure you don't slip and damage the surrounding areas. Furthermore, the oscillator cuts in a safe, rotating motion, unlike the back-and-forth motion that is typical of a sawzall, which tends to grab all too often or slip out of the users hands. This is a must-have for any contractor, handyman, or avid do-it-yourselfer. For further ease of operation, there is a wall guide which sticks out 1/4" further than the attachment, so all you have to do is rotate and drag along to make a clean cut. It can be positioned at any angle, so it can reach where other tools such as circular saws can't. The only possible con I found was that It does heat up quickly and isn't meant to be used for hours on end. I cut off the bottoms of some 3/4 osb siding trim within a few minutes that was beginning to rot, and it went through like a breeze. The biggest thing that have to make sure of is that you're using the right attachment and working at the right speed, otherwise you're over-working the oscillator, prematurely damaging the attachment, and wasting your time.
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