Dremel is launching a Consumer Gallery Online Community where any projects made using Dremel tools can be uploaded for everyone to see and share.
Each successfully uploaded project will achieve an instant win of a SpeedClic Starter Set*.
“For a long time now, we have harboured an ambition to build a creative and practical project area on our website with regular contributions from loyal fans of the brand. Indeed, this has been requested by our users as they’re keen to see what everyone else is making or mending – in order to inspire their own next project”, says Dremel Brand Manager, Nick Longford.
Categories can range from creative arts and crafts, DIY, model building and car repair projects, to jewellery-making, home décor, seasonal decorations and case-modding. To see the gallery, visit:
“We have been amazed at the talent of Dremel users and some people have even set up their own small businesses selling their arts and crafts commercially. We are excited at the prospect of creating a new hub for showcasing their talent and hope this will be the beginning of a lively exchange of project ideas to complement those already on the Dremel website”, adds Nick Longford.
The innovative SpeedClic range has made it really quick and easy to change accessories. Just pull the spring-fitted mandrel, twist and click for a keyless wheel change in less than 10 seconds – thanks to the patented technology and metal insert shape. SpeedClic accessories are compatible with all Dremel rotary tools.
The SpeedClic Starter Set (SC406) includes the mandrel and two 38mm universal cutting wheels and is worth £11.49 (SSP). The full range of SpeedClic accessories is available from: http://www.dremel-direct.com
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