Dremel responds to demands for return of the Motoflex

Dremel Fortiflex - lets-do-diy.comDremel has responded to consumer demands for the return of the Motoflex (model 7360) with the launch of the new Fortiflex (9100), a high quality reliable precision tool suitable for tasks where a combination of power and detailing is required.

From woodworking to jewellery making, precision drilling to stone working, the Fortiflex is the ideal tool for stationary projects with a need for precision and versatility combined with power and speed. It also tackles DIY tasks such as car restoration and artisan/craft projects with ease.

The Fortiflex boasts features such as a high powered 300W hanging motor, a variable speed between 0 - 20,000 RPM, a high torque in the lower speed range and a separate foot pedal with anti-slip strips for single handed use and variable speed control.

It has a robust long-life flex shaft, with a patented system of sleeve bearings to reduce rotation heat and therefore increase lifetime. Other benefits of the Fortiflex include an exchangeable precision hand piece using the 'click'-system; easy change of accessories via the drill bit chuck; ultimate precision through low collet run-out; and a variable shank diameter (0.3 - 4.0mm) suitable for all Dremel accessories.

The Dremel Fortiflex kit (9100-21) comprises the Fortiflex hanging motor, the patented high endurance flex shaft, a detachable hand piece, foot pedal, hanging hook with wall mounting plate, 21 accessories, instruction manual and welcome poster.

For creative, detailed, semi-professional applications, the new Fortiflex is competitively-priced at £249.99 (SRP, inc VAT).

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