Discounted: Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack


Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack

Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack
This Dremel fine grit band is great for smoothing and shaping dog’s nails. Band fits Dremel 2-speed cordless grinder ZW77000 and also fits Dremel mini mite cordless grinder ZW77750. Uses fine bands to smooth rough or sharp edges, leaving a super-smooth finish. Comes in 6-pack. Measures 1/4-inch length.

  • 1/4″ 120 grit sander band
  • Fits 430 drum sander
  • Rough shapes wood and fiberglass
  • 6 per package
  • Dremel fine grit band is great for smoothing and shaping dog’s nails
  • Band fits Dremel 2-speed cordless grinder ZW77000 and also fits Dremel mini mite cordless grinder ZW77750
  • Comes in 6-pack
  • Measures 1/4-inch length
  • Uses fine bands to smooth rough or sharp edges, leaving a super-smooth finish

List Price: $ 2.66

Price: $ 1.35

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Question by optcynbassist: what are some essential basic power tools for the home?
i’m talking about average tools to get general things done around the house. for example: i’ve heard table saws aren’t really practical because they take up too much space and a circular saw can do the same thing on a standard work bench. any suggestions?

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Answer by cat lover
What level of repair and work? A electric screwdriver is considered essential by most. A miter saw is very useful, and is compact. Drills, of course, which often encompass screwdriver bits.

A circular saw can do some things a miter saw cannot do, but complement it.

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11 Responses to “Discounted: Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack”

  1. Michael H. Cox
    17 of 20 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Don’t make this same purchase mistake!, November 7, 2008
    = Fun:1.0 out of 5 stars
    This review is from: Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack (Tools & Hardware)

    On 08/06/2008, I purchased these sander bands at the same time I purchased the Dremel 750-02 Minimite 13,000 RPM 2 Speed 4.8-Volt Cordless Rotary Tool. However the sander bands do not fit this tool. Amazon’s Web-site did not clearly state otherwise.
    MCox, San Diego, CA

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  2. Chris Patenaude
    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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    Exactly what I expected., November 14, 2010
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    This review is from: Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack (Tools & Hardware)

    I ordered these in conjunction with the Dremel 761-03 Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Rotary Tool. They fit exactly and work great! I use it sand down my dogs nails as it is less traumatic for them and helps to ensure I don’t get the quick. Fast shipping and will definitely order again when I run out.

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  3. jms460
    4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
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    Worth the money, July 7, 2011
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    This review is from: Dremel 438-1/4-Inch 120 Grit Sanding Bands 6-Pack (Tools & Hardware)

    We added 1/4″ 120 grit and 1/2″ 120 grit sanding bands to our cart when we purchased our 7300 4.8 volt Pet Dremel. It has already paid for itself since we no longer have to take the dog to the groomers to get her nails done once a month. These bands are easy to replace and the dremel works well and stays charged. It is not too loud. We have to keep the dog occupied with treats to get it done and had to slowly acclamate her to the use of this but worth the work and worth the money!!! Order extra bands so you don’t have to pay for shipping twice!!!

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  4. Honey

    Start with a “Work Mate” — a folding workbench that also clamps the work. Add the optional clamp accessories.

    A good 8″ circular power saw.
    One fine carbide tooth blade
    One carbide tooth combination blade
    A cordless drill and good set of drill bits
    A 1/2″ corded drill for heavier work.

    From there, it depends on the kind of work you plan to do.
    A Router with some basic bits lets you do some fancy work.
    I wouldn’t want to be without my HD jig saw
    A lighter duty scroll saw is pretty handy

    Interestingly you asked only about power tools but the most useful tools around my house are not powered.

    24″ crosscut hand saw
    24″ carpenter’s square
    1″ x 25″ tape measure
    a chaulk line
    Set of wood chisels 1/4″ to 1″
    Set of cold chisels
    Center punch
    Good set of about a dozen screw drivers with big handles NOT those darned multi-blade things
    Small, medium and large needle nosed pliers
    Medium and large channel lock pliers
    Straight and curved jaw Visegrip pliers
    Medium-sized slip-lock pliers
    S, M, Lg. forceps
    Hack saw
    Heavy Duty utility knife
    Left curve and straight compound cutters
    Sturdy, fine-tooth back saw
    Wire stripper (the small, cheap kind works best)
    16 oz. curved claw hammer
    16 oz. ballpean hammer
    A vise or other holding device
    Several pairs of C clamps
    6″, 10″ and 12″ “crescent” wrenches
    10″ or 12″ Lineman pliers
    Barb-wire fencing tool (great for holding, bending, cutting and twisting wire, putting in tacks, pulling staples,)
    6″ and 10″ flat pry-bars

    I could go on but one tip: when you have a job to do and don’t have the right tool, don’t improvise; go out and buy the right tool. In that way you build up an inventory of tools to tackle most any project.

  5. Jason

    Drill sawsall flashlight… hammer assorted screw drivers vise grips adjustable wrench circular saw dykes tape measure… of course specific jobs may require special tools but as a basic for diy tasks those tools are my most frequently used

  6. Tommya

    Get tools (hand and power tools) as you need them based on the job at hand. Why accumulate tools you may never need?

  7. lordreflexis

    Basic tools wrench or socket set pliers pipe wrench or channel locks for say plumbing skill saw or even better a saws all with metal wood blades or jig saw drill battery style mufti use for straight drilling or driving in screws, hammers and basic screw driver sets and a electrical circuit tester in case outlets go out and a stud finder for hanging heavy pictures or items on a wall and a small level such as a torpedo level for hang pictures etc

    hope that helps
    Lr

  8. Karen L

    Depends what you want to get done. Some of us can go years not needing a circular saw or table saw. The one power tool I wouldn’t want to be without is a cordless screw gun powerful enough to be useful as a drill.

  9. ?

    In home a extension cord. I do not buy battery tools. 1/2 inch drill, circular saw if doing carpentry work. jig saw for light fancy work. Hand tools for most else. good drop light. tape measure, carpenter pencle, Saw and drill are the 2 basic tools. Buy good ones.

  10. Frosty

    Drill/Driver with a clutch
    Impact Driver
    Hammer Drill for cement
    Circular saw (7 1/4 inch blade)
    Jig Saw
    Reciprocating saw
    Angle Grinder for metal work.

    And hand tools
    All sizes of screwdrivers
    Crescent wrench
    Side cutters (wire cutters)
    Slip joint pliers
    Jab saw
    Back cut saw
    Miter saw
    Miter box
    Tape Measure
    Pump pliers
    Needle nose pliers

  11. Dan

    Tommya had the best answer – don’t buy tools until you need them. Obviously start with a simple screwdriver (the kind with multiple tips built into it are the best) and a hammer.

    Of course, you will be forced to buy some power tools at some point. Battery vs Electric is the biggest debate. Electric – more power, don’t need to charge batteries. Battery – more versatile, less messy chords, no extension chords to reach things 100+ ft away from house.

    I personally went the battery route because I don’t use power tools that often or for extended periods of time. I also only buy the same brand (Dewalt) because they all take the same batteries (other tool brands also do this). Now when I need a new tool I just buy one without the battery and save $ 30-$ 40.

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