While it's true that we're gearheads, and we love our macho power tools, we know it's important to go for something a little more nimble now and again. You know, the kind of thing that won't grab onto the first corner it can and absolutely mangle the workpiece.
It's also no secret that we all buy cheap rotary tools and use the best bits. After all, that's the end at work, and that usually gets the tool working as you need it to. What name do you ask for when you're picking out bits, sanding wheels, or stones? Dremel. If that's not a sign to buy a real Dremel rotary tool, we don't know what is.