No handyman, building super, Handy Andy, or weekend warrior would consider their toolkit complete without a rotary tool — commonly known as a Dremel — by their side. These are flexible and versatile tools that are specifically meant for use in smaller tasks but, frankly, get used all the time. Without these, it gets more difficult to guarantee precision in work. A good rotary tools assists with cutting, sanding, polishing, and grinding of almost any surface, from working with metal to hyper accurate art tasks with train models and other small projects.
There are various rotary tools on the market, but these three stand out for their superior quality, technical proficiency and comfort during use.