[EXCLUSIVE] We Got You 65 Percent Off This ‘Versatile And Easy-To-Use’ Rotary Tool Kit
This is WAY cheaper than Dremel (Photo via Amazon)
This rotary tool kit comes complete with 80 accessories and three attachments. Considering it comes from Tacklife, aka the “future of tools,” it is well worth the $90 that it costs. But it does not cost $90 to you, dear reader. As we told you last week when we shared the deal on laser measuring tools, we love Tacklife. So we got you the ability to get their rotary tool kit for just $32. Compare that to the $93 price of their competitor, and you’ll see how ridiculously good of a deal this is.
Normally $90, this rotary tool kit is 65 percent off with this exclusive code (Photo via Amazon)
Tacklife RTD35ACL Advanced Multi-functional Rotary Tool Kit with 80 Accessories and 3 Attachments on sale for $31.48 with code L847UVEH
You don’t just have to take our word for it. Jack Chu, one of the most trusted reviewers on Amazon, gave it 5 out 5 stars in a review titled “Versatile and Easy-to-Use Rotary Tool Kit from Tacklife“:
I purchased this Tacklife RTD35ACL Rotary Tool mainly for small around-the-house works such as sanding wood and light drilling work. The good thing about this Tacklife RTD35ACL kit is that it comes with various accessories and 3 attachments so it’s ready to work right out of box. There is also a handy carrying case included to store all the tools and accessories.
The rotary tool is roughly 8.5″x 2″ x 2″ in size and it’s comfortable to hold in hand. It comes with a pretty long power cable and also a flexible shaft for even longer reach or to use it at hard-to-access places. The supported RPM is 10000~32000 in 6 levels and the torque is more than enough for most light works at home. It also comes with a cutting guide and detachable handle attachments for better grip when working on hard surfaces such as glass and hard wood. The included bits are very versatile, including sanding shrank, grinding tool with shrank, multipurpose cutting bits, drill bits, and even diamond bits. There is a dedicate ON/OFF switch on the bottom side of the rotary tool.
So far I have used the tool in some smaller projects such as sanding door edges, sanding walls before repainting, and light drilling on dry wall and this rotary tool has served me well. I really like the pen-like shape so I can access some places, like under kitchen sink, much easier comparing to using a regular drill.
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