Dremel’s Cordless Grooming Revolution for Pets

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In a bid to make pet grooming a stress-free experience, Dremel has introduced the 7350-PET, a cordless rotary tool designed explicitly for the care of cats and dogs’ nails. Scheduled for release in February 2024, this tool promises to redefine the way pet owners, veterinarians, trainers, and groomers approach nail trimming.

At the core of the Dremel 7350-PET is its constant speed of 12,000 rpm, providing the necessary grinding power for efficient nail care. The low vibration and quiet motor, emitting less than 55 dB of noise, cater to the sensitivities of pets, ensuring a calm and composed grooming session. The tool’s transparent guard attachment further enhances safety, maintaining the optimal cutting angle and preventing over-trimming.

Weighing just 249 g and measuring a compact 19 cm in length and less than 4 cm in width, the Dremel 7350-PET is engineered for easy handling. Its ergonomic design ensures a comfortable grip, facilitating complete control during use. The cordless feature, powered by a 3.6-volt lithium-ion battery with a USB charging cable, adds convenience for pet owners who prefer grooming sessions at home or on the go.

One of the standout features of this grooming tool is its multifunctionality. Beyond nail care, the Dremel 7350-PET supports various attachments for tasks such as polishing, engraving, carving, and cutting or drilling thin materials like wood veneer. This versatility positions the tool as a valuable addition to the toolkit of pet care professionals.

As the release date approaches, Dremel aims to provide a solution for pet owners seeking a reliable and stress-free way to care for their pets’ nails. The recommended retail prices, inclusive of VAT, will be disclosed closer to the launch.


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