Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000: Comparison

Below, we compare the Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000 rotary tool models.

We outline the main differences and similarities of each model, along with the main features.

We also consider which one might be better to get.


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Dremel Lite 7760, 8220 & 3000

If you prefer, you can go straight to viewing each model here before viewing the information in the guide below:

Dremel Lite 7760 Cordless Rotary Tool (on Amazon)

Dremel 8220 Rotary Tool (on Amazon)

Dremel 3000 Rotary Tool (on Amazon)


Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000: Which To Get?

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Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000: Main Differences

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Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000: Similarities

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Dremel Lite 7760 vs 8220 vs 3000: Main Features

Lite 7760

A cordless rotary tool that operates with a rechargeable 4 Volt, 4Ah Li-Ion battery

Charges with a USB charger, and power adapter. Charging takes approximately between 2.5 to 3 hours

Run time can vary based on what the tool is used for, but, the battery might last about 20 minutes during standard use

Has a LED battery life light indicator that lights up when the battery needs to be changed

Designed for light duty DIY and crafting type tasks, such as wood working, jewellery making, and light tasks around the house

Tool is designed to be lightweight, comfortable, and manoeuvrable for crafting type tasks

Can accept different bits/accessories to carry out these tasks

Uses the EZ Twist Nose Cap for accessory changing (with a collet size of 1/8 inch)

Is a variable speed tool that can operate between 8,000 to 25,000 RPM

Tool weighs approx. 9.6 oz

Currently comes with a 2 year limited warranty – but confirm the warranty yourself prior to purchase


This tool is not designed for:

Heavier duty tasks

Cutting, drilling, or routing 

Running at the highest speeds (above 25,000 RPM)



We’ve previously outlined the main features of the 8220 model in another guide



We’ve previously outlined the main features of the 3000 model in another guide



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