Dremel 7300-PGK vs 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK: Comparison & Reviews

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This is a comparison guide of the Dremel 7300-PGK vs Dremel 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK Nail Grooming Tools.

In this guide, we look at the features and differences of each tool, as well as consider which one might be better.

Let’s take a look at them.

 

(NOTE: this is a general information guide only, and is not professional advice, or a substitute for professional advice. A qualified vet or animal expert is the only person qualified to give you expert advice in regards to your pet/s)

 

Dremel 7300-PGK, 7300-PT, & PawControl 7760-PGK

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing these tools here:

7300-PT

 

7300-PGK

 

PawControl

 

Dremel 7300-PGK vs 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK: Which To Get?

You’d get the 7300-PT

… if you want a cheaper tool that uses sanding bands

 

You’d get the 7300-PGK

… if you want a cheaper tool that uses sanding disks and a nail attachment that helps groom the nail on a 45 degree angle

 

You’d get the PawControl 7760-PGK

… if you want a slightly more expensive tool that can do both of what the 7300 models do, and also has a lithium ion battery and not a Nickel Cadmium battery

 

In our opinion, the 7300-PT might be the best tool as you get it at a lower price point, and it uses the sanding bands.

The pet nail attachment sounds good in theory, but some users report that it can be hard to maneuver your pet’s nail into the guide.

 

Dremel 7300-PGK vs 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK: Comparison, & Differences

The main differences are:

The 7300PT and 7300PGK are the same in many ways except:

The 7300-PT uses sanding bands, whilst the 7300-PGK uses sanding discs and a nail guide attachment

 

The differences with the 7760PGK are:

It can use sanding bands and the sanding discs

It has a lithium ion battery

It has a slightly quicker charge time

It can take more accessories

It is USB rechargeable (and doesn’t need a dock)

It has a batter light

It is variable speed and not two speed

 

Dremel 7300-PGK vs 7300-PT vs PawControl 7760-PGK: Reviews

Dremel PawControl 7760-PGK Cordless Pet Nail Grinder: Features

A cordless and lightweight pet nail grinder/grooming tool

Uses a nail guard attachment and 45-degree angled paw guide

Has an EZ Twist™ nose cap and a variety of easy-to-change accessories – so, it can be used with sanding bands and discs as well

Is USB rechargeable, and has a 4 volt LI-ION (lithium ion) battery

Takes approximately 2 hours and 45 minutes to charge

Has a battery indicator light

Is variable speed – between 8,000-25,000 RPM

Comes with a warranty – check at the time of purchasing

 

Who Might The PawControl Be For?

Those who want to use a battery powered nail tool instead of a pair of handheld clippers

Those who want a cordless tool

Those who want to use both a nail sanding attachment, and sanding disks and drums

Those who want an attachment for the tool designed specifically for pet nails

Those who want a lithium ion battery instead of nickel cadmium

Those who want a USB rechargeable tool

 

Who Might The PawControl NOT Be For?

Those who want a completely noiseless grooming/grinding tool like a pair of nail clippers 

Those who want a cheaper tool like the 7300 PT or PGK

 

Is The PawControl Worth It?

In some ways, yes – it’s a good tool, and combines the best features of the 7300 PT and PGK, and even has some upgrades.

However, some think the PGK nail attachment can be harder to use and isn’t as effective as it sounds in theory, and the PawControl might be a more expensive tool overall too. So, the 7300 PT may be the best option. But, some people may prefer the PawControl for various reasons.

Other options for those looking for alternatives might be handheld manual nail clippers, or a nail file.

 

Dremel 7300-PGK Pet Nail Grooming/Grinding Kit: Features

A cordless battery operated pet nail grooming/grinding tool

Has a 45 degree paw guide/Dremel Pet Nail Grooming Guard attachment that allows the tool user to grind their pet’s nails on the correct angle. 

Uses grooming discs instead of grinding drums

Has 2 speeds – 6,500 and 15,000 RPM

Has an integrated 4.8 volt Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) battery

Takes roughly 3 hours to charge

Tool can also be used for jobs in and around the house for light-duty projects, precision work and jobs requiring control

Has a warranty – check the warranty at the time of buying

The PGK attachment is compatible with other Dremel models – the 7700, 8100, 8220, 3000, 4000 and 4300 rotary tools

 

Who Might The 7300-PGK Be For?

Those who want to use a battery powered nail tool instead of a pair of handheld clippers

Those who want a cordless tool

Those who want to use sanding disks instead of sanding drums

Those who want an attachment for the tool designed specifically for pet nails

 

Who Might The 7300-PGK NOT Be For?

Those who want a completely noiseless grooming/grinding tool like a pair of nail clippers 

Those who want to be able to use sanding bands instead of sanding discs

 

Is The 7300-PGK Worth It?

Some people mention that the tool isn’t great in practice because the attachment can be hard to maneuver the pet’s nails into. The 7300 might be a better option.

Other options for those looking for alternatives might be handheld manual nail clippers, or a nail file.

 

Dremel 7300-PT Pet Nail Grinding/Grooming Tool: Features

An 8 inch long, cordless pet nail grinding tool

Lightweight – only weighs 9.6 ounces

Has two speeds – 6,500 and 15,000 RPM

It uses a 60 grit sanding drum to groom the nails

There’s instructions included that tell you how to use the tool

Has a rechargeable 4.8 volt battery – an integrated Nickel-Cadmium (NiCd) battery

Takes 3 hours to charge the battery

Includes in the kit – the tool (Minimite), charger, battery and accessories

Can be used with a range of other Dremel sanding bands

Can’t be used with the AT01 PGK attachment

Comes with a warranty – check the warranty at the time of buying

 

Who Might The 7300-PT Be For?

Those who want to use a battery powered nail tool instead of a pair of handheld clippers

Those who want a cordless tool

Those who want to use sanding drums instead of sanding disks

 

Who Might The 7300-PT NOT Be For?

Those who want a completely noiseless grooming/grinding tool like a pair of nail clippers 

Those who want a Dremel tool that is versatile enough to be used for grinding, and a range of other tasks around the house (some other Dremel tools have this capability). The 7300-PT only takes grinding bands

 

Is The 7300-PT Worth It?

It’s reasonably priced – so, it’s worth it in some ways if you’re looking for a cordless battery operated nail grinding tool.

Other options for those looking for alternatives might be handheld manual nail clippers, or a nail file.

 

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