*This post is sponsored by The Home Depot.
Making things is what I do and if you’re reading this post you probably make things too. Thanks to the awesome folks at Dremel who have created a very versatile craft tool with the same technology that’s behind the classic Dremel tools. Meet the Dremel Stylo+:
Did you see the slim size? Almost like holding a thick marker and very lightweight which allow you to get even closer to your work. The Stylo+ has variable speed ranges from 5,000 RPM to 22,000 RPM, which are easily marked 1 to 5 on the handle. This provides optimal speed control for various applications such as glass etching, leather burnishing, bead making, wood engraving and more.
Imagine the holiday gift possibilities! Of course the Dremel Stylo+ would probably be even a more amazing gift 😉
I have used almost all the Dremel rotary tools and the Stylo+ by far provides the best results for versatile craft projects. So much control packaged into the sleek, lightweight design. For this glass etching project I was able to maintain maximum control while quickly and easily etching away the glass and following a fine line detailed pattern.
The comfortable grip handle and lightweight design are intended for extended use, if only I had more time in the day to be making projects! Stylo+ offers the precision you expect from a Dremel rotary tool with the comfortable ergonomics of a pen. And its super quiet motor is perfect for home use.
Included in the package are various common bits to get you started and perhaps my favorite part of the tool – this handy accessory chart! Stop guessing which bit should be used for which material and at what speed, this chart takes away the guessing and has you getting right to making that project.
Mother’s Day is right around the corner, any crafty moms out there looking for a great tool to add to their arsenal? Dremel Stylo+ is a wonderful choice.
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