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SE RA9228 228-Piece Rotary Tool Accessories Set with Wooden Case

SE RA9228 228-Piece Rotary Tool Accessories Set with  Wooden Case
Incredible selection practical  useful accessories – turns your rotary tool multi-function Includes large variety of mounted grinding , diamond & carbide burrs, metal & bristle brushes Large & small sanding drums with rubber mandrels, wool polishing wheels, felt bobs, rouge*Dozens of cut-off, sanding and abrasive wheels, saw bit, mandrels and collet*Handy wooden storage box keeps all organized, easy to identify and ready for the next job.

  • 228-Piece Set in a Wooden Box
  • Assorted Points, Mounted Stones, Wheels, Saws, Mandrels, Disc, Wool Disc and Sanding Sleeves
  • Comes in a Wood Box

List Price: $ 24.99

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    • S. Arnold "Rheatheylia"
    • June 26, 2013
    51 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Accessory Set, April 2, 2010
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)

    For the price this kit is an amazing deal! I bought it figuring the case it came in would be next to useless, but I took a chance on the bits being all there and in good condition. I was pleasantly surprised, the case seemed sturdy, the little dividers in the front were loose, and the pieces were displaced, but it was nothing a little glue couldn’t fix, and displacement of small parts is to be expected for something that gets shipped half way across the US.
    If you’re looking for a good set of rotary tools for a great price and don’t really mind a little gluing/rearranging this is a great price.
    The only thing I would be aware of is if you’re looking to give this as a gift you might want to open it up and fix it first before giving it for presentation purposes. Despite this I’m giving it five stars for the great price/accessories.

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    • Stoney
    • June 26, 2013
    35 of 36 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good deal, May 6, 2011
    By 
    Stoney (Miami, FL) –
    (TOP 500 REVIEWER)
      

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    WHAT’S INCLUDED
    The box I recieved is about 1 1/2 times wider than the illustration, with more tools and accessories. More, but basically the same variety. Specifically there are 40 “tools” (corresponding to the top two rows). The photo shows two brass wire brushes. In fact the kit comes with NO brass wire brushes, but comes with 3 nylon brushes and 3 steel brushes. I would have prefered more and better brushes.

    The remaining 188 “accessories” are mostly unmounted cutting disks, sanding disks, sanding drums, grinding wheels, and polishing wheels. Indeed, two sections (on the bottom row) are filled with cutting disks. Three sections are filled with polishing wheels. In addition there is one container of sanding disks, one section of sanding drums, one section of unmounted grinding wheels, and one container of polishing compound.

    Realistically, there are few tools I did not still have from my old Dremel kit. But what I use most (and was out of) was cutting disk, sanding disks, and sanding drums. The set is a bargain just for those.

    CONDITION
    The box I recieved was entirely intact. Nothing broken, and all but a few unmounted grinding wheels were in their place.

    CAVEAT
    Note however, that the sanding disks are small and NOT self-adhesive, and correspondingly there is no tool to hold self-adhesive sanding disks. If you’ve been spoiled by dremel diamond cutting disks, you may be disappointed by the “ordinary” cutting disks in the kit.

    SUGGESTION
    The tools often fit tighter into the cylindrical plastic sleeves/inserts than the sleaves fit into the holes in the wooden “shelves”. Therefore, when you pull out a “tool”, you often get the “tool” and its sleeve. I suggest that when you first get a box that you carefully take out all the “tools”, and line them up in order (so you can put them back where they came from). Then pull out the plastic sleaves one at time, and apply a little glue and reinsert them. When the glue is dry, reassemble the box. Ordinary white glue will do. Elmer’s All Multipurpose White Glue, 7 5/8 oz. (E379)

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    • adrolab27
    • June 26, 2013

    Why are they using the impacts to do a driver review?

    • ShutUp AndLiftIt
    • June 26, 2013

    oh ok thanks!

    • Dick Jones
    • June 26, 2013

    Hi, this is a comparison with a cheap and nasty home brand version of Makita compared to the best Dewalt has to offer. It is in NO way any real comparrison to the real Makita trade tools which are Blue in colour. Dont pay any attecntion to this video as it a terrible marketing video by Dewalt or by one of its fanboys.

    • Dick Jones
    • June 26, 2013

    I have a full set of M18 Milwaukee tools and love them. I was looking at dewalt originaly but i asked a mate who heaps of tools and he said to go for Milwaukee as they are better tool. After seeing Dewalts marketing ploys and actually learning more about how thier tools and batteries are put together im glad i went with Milwaukee. Thier low life marketing has really made me feel alot better about my dsecision.

    • Dick Jones
    • June 26, 2013

    Same mate, i have a full set of M18 Milwaukee tools and love them. I was looking at dewalt originaly but i asked a mate who heaps of tools and he said to go for Milwaukee as they are better tool. After seeing Dewalts marketing ploys and actually learning more about how thier tools and batteries are put together im glad i went with Milwaukee. Thier low life marketing has really made me feel alot better about my dsecision.

    • Labatt Blue
    • June 26, 2013

    dewalt has the looser grain and the bigger batt

    • doubleu dee
    • June 26, 2013

    what a dumbass video…….
    dewalt sux……

    • ShutUp AndLiftIt
    • June 26, 2013

    why are makitas so wobbly? just wondering, dont have any idea.

    • baasansuren byambaa
    • June 26, 2013

    same as toyota floor mate history!!

    • AndreasC81
    • June 26, 2013

    57harryman: That’s where you’re wrong. I’ve done construction work for 25 years and Makita is the only brand I’ve used. They haven’t dissapointet me yet so my guess is, they never will. The tools get the job done, they are robust and well-built and the quality is among the best in the industry. You may not know this but tolls by Makita is built for heavy duty work, as opposed to what a lot of ppl think. Before you say that Makita sucks, try use one first.

    • Jason Cz
    • June 26, 2013

    For the people complaining that one has a smaller battery than the others:
    Amp Hours and Amps are two different things. Amp hours is current over time, basically how long a battery will last at a given amperage and voltage. Amps are the amount of current that the battery can supply at a given voltage. The only difference between the 2 Dewalt batteries is their Amp Hour ratings (1.5 Ah and 3.0 Ah), NOT their Amp ratings.

    • Bully Bouncer
    • June 26, 2013

    WORD?? HAHA
    Everyone with experience will agree with the above.

    • Bully Bouncer
    • June 26, 2013

    Agreed

    • Bully Bouncer
    • June 26, 2013

    Who are the best Makers of cordless drills? What’s your opinion?

    • Bully Bouncer
    • June 26, 2013

    Who are the best Makers of cordless drills? What’s your opinion?

    • YouTube5000
    • June 26, 2013

    Even my 4 year old nephew knows that the higher the amperage of the battery the longer it will last, and it will have more power as well… this video was supposed to be a joke, right?

    • 57harryman
    • June 27, 2013

    And people say the 14 volts are for pussys why the hell would you need a 20 volt drill try working construction for thirty years then tell me how your wrists are

    • 57harryman
    • June 27, 2013

    People on this website that think there expert even though they don’t even work construction are fucking stupid makita is a piece of shit and if you really do work construction get your ass off YouTube and make some money so you can buy a real drill

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