Reviewing: Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise

Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise

Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise
The multi-vise helps you secure your project or free up a hand for extra control when using your . The removable cushioned jaws on the 2500-01 help protect delicate workpieces while providing a firm, steady grip, and they clamp to any worksurface up to 2-1/2 inches thick. This holder turns your Dremel rotary into a stationary sander, grinder or polisher, and the removable jaws create a stand-alone bar clamp on the Dremel 2500-01.

  • Multi-vise tool that helps you secure your project or free up a hand
  • Rotates 360° and tilts 50° allowing the user to lock the workpiece in any position
  • Clamps to any work surface up to 2-1/2″ thick
  • Tool holder turns Dremel rotary tools into a stationary sander, grinder or polisher
  • Removable clamping jaws create a stand-alone bar clamp

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    • Robert K. Walz
    • May 19, 2013
    39 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    More solid than I expected, August 2, 2009
    By 
    Robert K. Walz
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    This review is from: Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I read a few reviews of the vise being made of plastic and that it wasn’t very solid. The reviews gave me low expectations. I didn’t want to buy something I’d regret.

    At my local home improvement store, I saw and reluctantly tried a display. The solid feel and the range of grasping angles caught me by surprise. I wanted a vise that could bend to fit my projects, this is it. Much impressed by the demo, I took one home right away.

    Now realize, this is very compatible with rotary tools in that it’s not meant for heavy duty work–like bearing down and ripping through 2×4’s. Perhaps ‘vice’ is a misleading word in that regard–this isn’t a hunk of metal bolted to a bench. This is a ‘rotary tool multi-vise’ which is an accurate description of this product–a multiple position clamp/holder for rotary tool projects.

    I’ve used this vise for wood working projects (custom guitar parts) and cutting bolts and other remodeling work. The vise is absolutely fine, solid, and reliable. The plastic bits are hard molded and there is a fair amount of cast metal. The blue contact pieces of the clamp are the ‘soft’ pads. Those are removable and give a good amount of cushion and support to hold your project. There is an attachment to mount the tool instead of the clamp. You can also use the clamp independent of the base. The clamp slides along the rail when you hold a release button and squeezes to a firm grip with the knob.

    Like I said, I was against this product, but once I tried one it was a perfect match.

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    • audioholic
    • May 19, 2013
    29 of 29 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pleasantly surprised. Very well made and versatile, May 2, 2008
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    audioholic (CA) –

    This review is from: Dremel 2500-01 Rotary Tool Multi-Vise (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I wasn’t expecting too much from the reviews and knowing this is all plastic. For light work its great and very easy to work with during projects. You can put the vise in differently than the photo shows allowing your to quickly remove it from the bench or desk and take it to the drill press or wherever. As discussed its not for super heavy duty work where you need a metal vise.

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