Imagine being able to power carve anywhere! The New Mystisa Pocket Drill will allow you to do just that. The battery powered micromotor has variable speed from 3,000 to 30,000 rpm and is incredibly quiet and smooth. The Mystisa Li-Ion battery takes between 2-3 hours to charge but you get between 5 and 7 hours of carving time out of a single charge! We have confirmed this with carving instructors that use the Mystisa on a daily basis. You can also use the Mystisa while the battery pack is charging. The Mystisa handpiece has plenty of torque to roughout a project and can spin fast enough to do fine detail. The handpiece comes with a 1/8" collet. You can also purchase an 1/8" to 3/32" and a 1/8" to 1/16" reducer (sold separately) so you can also use additional sizes of burrs with the Mystisa. Kit includes: Mystisa Quick Release Handpiece, Pocket Control Box, A/C Charger, Leather Pouch with Belt Clip, Handpiece Stand, and Convenient Carry Bag. This is a incredible promotional price that will not last long (most other companies are selling this for over $400). Get your Mystisa on order today!
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- good but not great
- this is a good tool for general light duty use. It does not seem to have the power nor does the charge seem to last as long as the Fordom portable. I would give it a 3 1/2 star rating.
- Once in a While a really Great Tool Comes Along.
Once in a While a really Great Tool Comes Along. Now this is a "slick tool" in almost every respect. It is danged convenient, it accepts multiple sized burrs, it seems to last forever without a "charge," it works as well, if not better than the larger units, and last but not least the price is right.. Frankly, now that I have used the thing for a while I would buy it even at a higher price. I am sooo happy with this thing. I have had an NSK for years that cost at least twice as much and it is not nearly as convenient. I have only one criticism... when using a Saburr 1/8" shank coarse burr, the burr tends to sink into the collet a bit.
I suspect I will be using this constantly.