Yakamoz 2Pcs Quick Change Keyless Chuck Replacement Attachment for Rotary Tools
275, 8220, 100, 398, Accessories Replacement, 200, 3000, Knock Replacement Attachment, 300, Drill Bits, Rotary Tool Models 4000, 8200, 400, 285, 395
Analysis of 100+ reviews for Yakamoz 2Pcs Quick Change Keyless Chuck Replacement Attachment for Rotary Tools
BestViewsReviews analyzed 8,949 reviews for 21 products in the Power Drill Chucks category.
We analyzed a total of 110 reviews for this product out of which, 94 reviews were received in the last 6 months.
The analysis indicates that around 63% reviews were positive while around 35% of reviews had negative sentiment.
BestViewsReviews Ranking and Score for Yakamoz 2Pcs Quick Change Keyless Chuck Replacement Attachment for Rotary Tools
This product received a total score of 7.31 out of 10, based on review sentiments and user opinions related to 8 features:
Users of this product said
I have used to hold a variety of drill bits, sanding disc mandrel, and other tools for dremel and they all work well. Like any tool treat it right and it will work for ever.
I just need the one problem that was late, and I got it on May 18th 2020.
It does a great job of making tool changes very quickly and easily. I have used it to hold drill bits larger than.05mm and sanding disc mandrels as well as just about every other type of tool for dremel.
It works better than the heads that come with the Dremel tools, so I bought 4 - one each for my Dremel tools and a spare for each.
I have tried the quick change with different size mandrels and it works.
Question & Answers
Will it work with hitachi gp10dl?
I don't know enough about the hitachi unit described, so I can't say anything about it.
I don't know if these chucks will fit a Dremel 7300 cordless MiniMite.
Don't buy them, they are junk.
Is the Dremel model 240 compatible with this?
I can't find a Dremel model 240 but I believe all dremels have the same size tips.
Will it work with the Dremel 8220?
You still have to hold the button to hold the mounting bolt still, but the self adjusting bit works great.
Will this work on 4300?
Don't buy these, they're junk.