I wouldn't bother. They don't make them like they used to. Both of mine broke within the year. They use plastic internals on this model now. I'd spend a bit more and get the more expensive model.
I've tried a non branded and Parkside one and both leave a lot to be desired. Maybe it's an inherent problem with rotary tools but I found the bits wouldn't hold tight enough and stay firmly attached. Bad locking method if you ask me.
Can’t be without mine. One of the wires feeding the Stator broke on my 8 year old 3000 a few weeks back, thankfully, after watching YouTube, it was so easy to repair (which I’m guessing the cheaper models aren’t). It was only when it broke and I found myself without that I realised I can’t live without it. I have Dremel on my watch list here, waiting for the 3000 to drop in price as it occasionally does, so will buy another! Thanks!
Great apart from you’re forever buying expensive accessories to do single jobs.
I have had two of these, one stopped working well out of guarantee. Both have had a lot of use. As mentioned before you need to expand the tools to make good use of this. It is surprising how many times you will use it ehen you have the accessories to go with it, the original dremel ones are very expensive though.