Dremel offers a few different pet nail grooming/grinding tools.
In this guide, we provide a review of the Dremel 7300-PT Pet Nail Grinding Tool.
Let’s take a look.
(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-PT Pet Nail Grinding/Grooming Tool
If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing this tool here:
- Dremel 7300-PT Dog & Cat Nail Grinder Kit (on Chewy)
- Dremel 7300-PT Cordless Pet Nail Grooming Tool (on Amazon)
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
Dremel 7300-PT Pet Nail Grinding/Grooming Tool: Review, & Buyer’s Guide
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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