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Farthion Farthion
A very good rototool
I've been using an old Harbor Freight Chicago Electric rototool that's about 15 years old and has seen some pretty heavy use. I'd already gone through one shaft and though the replacement was still going strong, I started smelling something electrical during use that wasn't normal. So, I decided to retire it and invest in a new one.I purchased the 560W version (the orange one), opting for the greater power and the metallic rotoshaft instead of the rubberized one I had before.In setting it up, I did notice that the cords were very short compared to the Chicago Electric one, coming in at about a foot shorter. It was too short to directly plug in and replace where I had my previous rototool. I had some spare 1 foot extension cords (the kind used to separate out power chargers on a single power strip), which closed the gap, so I made due. But if you have a distance to go for plugging in, this may not be long enough.Firing it up I was (and am) a bit concerned about the foot pedal. It's a lot bigger, but also a lot less sturdy than the Chicago Electric. But the CE version doesn't have a grounded plug to the new rototool. So I gave it a try (I can always swap out the cords if I get that motivated).The new rototool is actually quieter in operation, and somewhat smoother. I only ran it long enough to ensure that under usual conditions, there wasn't any stutter in the shaft. That's always an indication of insufficient lubrication (for those of you who may have experienced that with these) unless you're bending it at an extreme angle. Some white grease will fix that right up, but be sure to remove the old grease from the shaft cable as best you can before applying new grease.The one thing that made this four, instead of three, stars is that it's a 1/4" chuck. For a rototool, that's huge. It literally opens up all of the accessories that a small power drill has that come with 1/4" shafts. I had bought some roto sanding drums, but they were 1/4" and didn't fit my old one. Now I
Richard Richard
I've wanted one since I first seen them,I finally got one,wouldn't trade it for the world
I'm useing it to carve on wood
Randy sellers Randy sellers
Still Waiting
I am still waiting on the manual. Been 2 months Nothing!
John Kisida John Kisida
Great Product, and customer service
The Vener Flex shaft is great, works great and the first one I ordered came in a broken box with missing parts and bent flex shaft. I sent my concerns and was sent another one and love it. I deeply appreciate the way customer service worked with me. I will always shop here when there's something I need. Awesome loyal company. I would recommend Vevor to all buyers. Thank You
Debby Rock Debby Rock
Use it for everything. Fantastic
Leslie Tussey Leslie Tussey
Sr flex shaft grinder
Works exactly like it should!
Maria Levandowski Maria Levandowski
Exceptional equipment at a great price
I've been using this Flex Shaft for two weeks with sterling, gold, base metals, gems and so on. The variable speed foot pedal is perfect for drilling precision holes in metal, stone settings and for carefully polishing especially around gemstones. It replaces a number of individual tools I've been using to bridge the gap between what I had and what I actually needed. I've shopped for similar equipment for over a year and always found the prices to be far higher than I wanted to pay. I can't see how the higher priced versions could be any better than this.
Ken Ken
Very useful
A lil lacking on power but not by much
Porkchop Porkchop
It's pro quality... let's see if it hold up to abuse.
Its pro quality. Superior build. Easy to use. Infinite small shaft tri-collet, no minimum sized shaft bits will be too small to get yourself one! I almost bought the bigger version, glad I didn't unless I planned to carve stone. Only the shaft and handle would fail as a point that generates heat. Position the unit accordingly so the bend above the handlepeice is lessened, less friction. I also lubed the internal spin shaft with high heat graphite just for extra care
Jon Jon
Happy with my purchase!
Wasn't expecting this to be as well made as it is and reversible as well.Comes with a nice pedal as well.Lots of tork and RPMsI like it

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