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The dremel has a very nice locking mechanism that keeps the flame on, and while it's on the flame adjust knob, allows for a very small or a very adequate flame size. Be wary though when using the torch fla me at is most delicate and smaller size, it has a tendency to blow out very easy. When this happens don't freak or… see more The dremel has a very nice locking mechanism that keeps the flame on, and while it's on the flame adjust knob, allows for a very small or a very adequate flame size. Be wary though when using the torch fla me at is most delicate and smaller size, it has a tendency to blow out very easy. When this happens don't freak or get upset, with your lock still engaged you just restart the automatic ignitor or a small flame Bic lighter and it relights very quickly and efficiently. see less The dremel has a very nice locking mechanism that keeps the flame on, and while it's on the flame adjust knob, allows for a very small or a very adequate flame size. Be wary though when using the torch fla me at is most delicate and smaller size, it has a tendency to blow out very easy. When this happens don't freak or get upset, with your lock still engaged you just restart the automatic ignitor or a small flame Bic lighter and it relights very quickly and efficiently.
TMarkJ
· January 27, 2019
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I have had several butane soldering irons over the years made by Master and Cooper Tools. They were good and served the purpose. The Dremel model is a well made tool and I must say that this kit covers anything I might consider using a hand held butane torch for. I have to give credit to Dremel in that all of their to… see more I have had several butane soldering irons over the years made by Master and Cooper Tools. They were good and served the purpose. The Dremel model is a well made tool and I must say that this kit covers anything I might consider using a hand held butane torch for. I have to give credit to Dremel in that all of their tools measure up to high standards. As a technician and hobbyist, I do not tolerate crap-tools. This is not a crap-tool. I own three different styles of Moto-tools with the oldest one being over 20 years old. Dremel makes good stuff. see less I have had several butane soldering irons over the years made by Master and Cooper Tools. They were good and served the purpose. The Dremel model is a well made tool and I must say that this kit covers anything I might consider using a hand held butane torch for. I have to give credit to Dremel in that all of their tools measure up to high standards. As a technician and hobbyist, I do not tolerate crap-tools. This is not a crap-tool. I own three different styles of Moto-tools with the oldest one being over 20 years old. Dremel makes good stuff.
Chilibob
· April 3, 2017
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NO, you have to provide butane-pressurized butane cannot be shipped. Filtered butane is best
C. Satterfield
· November 6, 2014
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In the Plymouth indiana and surrounding towns like south Bend and mishawaka, I have found that hardware stores and Phillips gas stations ran by out of town folk whom are very curious and polite carry the best and most affordable cans of butane and even Lowe's carries one brand. All of them work very well in this torch.… see more In the Plymouth indiana and surrounding towns like south Bend and mishawaka, I have found that hardware stores and Phillips gas stations ran by out of town folk whom are very curious and polite carry the best and most affordable cans of butane and even Lowe's carries one brand. All of them work very well in this torch. What is unique about the Drexel is that almost any butane filler fit very well and when the Drexel is full the butane starts to spew out of the filler nozzle letting you know it is full. Many other torches give you no idea whether they are full or not. see less In the Plymouth indiana and surrounding towns like south Bend and mishawaka, I have found that hardware stores and Phillips gas stations ran by out of town folk whom are very curious and polite carry the best and most affordable cans of butane and even Lowe's carries one brand. All of them work very well in this torch. What is unique about the Drexel is that almost any butane filler fit very well and when the Drexel is full the butane starts to spew out of the filler nozzle letting you know it is full. Many other torches give you no idea whether they are full or not.
TMarkJ
· January 27, 2019
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I never tested this but i believe they mean that the time between refueling is about 75 minutes. I'd take 60 minutes as a better estimate though. That is usually more than enough time to solder most things. There are probably videos on the web you can find that show the burn time with a clock in the background that … see more I never tested this but i believe they mean that the time between refueling is about 75 minutes. I'd take 60 minutes as a better estimate though. That is usually more than enough time to solder most things. There are probably videos on the web you can find that show the burn time with a clock in the background that records the actual burn time. see less I never tested this but i believe they mean that the time between refueling is about 75 minutes. I'd take 60 minutes as a better estimate though. That is usually more than enough time to solder most things. There are probably videos on the web you can find that show the burn time with a clock in the background that records the actual burn time.
MrAl
· January 9, 2015
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Hello,
Yes, this would be handy for jewelry making---soldering, cutting, etc. The temperature with open flame is 2192degrees F---with hot air is 1832 degrees F --and soldering tip is 1022 degrees F. Hope this is helpful.

Dremel Customer Service
Manufacturer · April 11, 2019
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Using the Versatip in the torch mode, yes, the Versatip is capable of handle glasblowing jobs
Horacio Gomez Jimenez
· July 30, 2015
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It Is not and accessorie nor an aditament for Dremel moto tool. Versa Tip is a complete separated tool that uses buthane gas to heat diferent Tips (iron, cutter, blower)
Horacio Gomez Jimenez
· May 24, 2016
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That's the sound it makes until it warms up. After the tip generates heat it stops the whistle. Completely normal
George P
· January 4, 2017
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yes the Butane tank is empty you can buy the fuels at Bi-mart and most hardware places.
wblade13
· April 12, 2016