I like and use my dremel tools a lot. I have several.
The other day, though, I was disappointed and a little ticked off with Dremel.
I needed to cut some holes in our ceiling for pendant lamps and after trying with other tools that raised a storm of plaster dust I decided that the multimax tool woul be less messy.
So I bought one of their fourteen buck straight cutting blades for drywall and wood.
While cutting the second hole I noticed a serious slow down in cutting and shut down to have a look at the blade.
The teeth were gone.
No, I mean REALLY GONE!
There was no sign of teeth ever being present on the blade.
Now, if it had cost a buck or even two it might have gotten up less of my ire. I have 10” table saw blades that cost about the same price and I’m still getting good service from them.
Unfortunately, Dremel doesn’t show a feedback link on their site. If they had this might have remained a private matter between Dremel and me.
I still like the Multimax and will use it as before, but I don’t think I want to spend any more of my Social Security check on those DRMM422 blades.
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