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DEWALT Right Angle Drill Adapter
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DEWALT

Right Angle Drill Adapter

  • Enables you to access tight and hard-to-reach spaces
  • Accepts any 1/4 in. hex shank accessory
  • Lightweight and easy to use
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Get increased productivity and versatility out of your drill with the DEWALT Right Angle Drill Adapter. Use it with both corded and cordless drills. Use it to get into tight and hard-to-reach spaces.

  • Enables you to access tight and hard-to-reach spaces
  • Accepts any 1/4 in. hex shank accessory
  • For use with most drills - corded or cordless
  • Lightweight and easy to use

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Is the 90 degree attachment heavy duty enough to hold up to drilling multiple 3/4 inch holes through 2x4s?

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This Right Angle adapter is for 1/4 inch hex Drive Bits Such as seen in the attached Photo.
This is not a 90° Drill it has no Chuck
But if you are using a 1/4 Inch hex driven Drill Bit you can get relatively close to a wall with it.
Also, I do not believe they make a 1/4 inch hex drive ?/? inch drill bit so no this would not work for your application.
This is actually meant for Impact Drivers such
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This Right Angle adapter is for 1/4 inch hex Drive Bits Such as seen in the attached Photo.
This is not a 90° Drill it has no Chuck
But if you are using a 1/4 Inch hex driven Drill Bit you can get relatively close to a wall with it.
Also, I do not believe they make a 1/4 inch hex drive ?/? inch drill bit so no this would not work for your application.
This is actually meant for Impact Drivers such as the one pictured Below.
Correction Dewalt does have 1/4 Hex drive Bits up to 3/8 in. Impact Ready Drill Bit see Photo
It is Unk if Home Depot has this set though you would have to look.
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This Right Angle adapter is for 1/4 inch hex Drive Bits Such as seen in the attached Photo.
This is not a 90° Drill it has no Chuck
Also, I do not believe they make a 1/4 inch hex drive 3/4 inch drill bit so no this would not work for your application.
This is actually meant for Impact Drivers such as the one pictured Below.
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June 26, 2016
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It should. As with all right angle gearing, there are torque limits, but take your time and it should work for you. I have not used it for this purpose so be sure to let others know if it holds up for this type of work.
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May 18, 2016
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Not a chance. Get a powerful dedicated drill.
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No, get a big drill
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No, it's light duty
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April 23, 2016
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Absolutely, We used this for drilling into Sheet Metal into 1/4" red iron, and still using it, tiny attachment that packs a bulldozer punch.
We have drilled approximately 30 holes, however we have screwed approximately 200 steel to steel self drilling Teks.
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does it have a handle so that i can apply pressure in the direction of the screw?

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No, it doesn't, BUT, when your using the unit if your hand is holding it steady (i have to hold it or it spins) at the top just apply your pressure there, no need for an extra piece.(just one more thing to have break - less is more for sure in this case
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No it does not.
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Handle not needed. Just hold the unit with one hand and apply pressure while holding drill in other hand. I advise using a variable speed drill and using slow speed.
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No
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Knoxville, TN
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No, it doesn't have a handle. To apply pressure, you just place the palm of your hand at the head of the tool and apply the pressure you need. It works really well.
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You can put ample pressure to get the job done, even in oak.
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March 29, 2016
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no it does not
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Can we use this with 1/2 inch drill bit

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This Right Angle adapter is for 1/4 inch Hex Drive Bits Such as seen in the attached Photo.
This is not a 90° Drill it has no Chuck
Also, I do not believe they make a 1/4 inch hex drive 1/2 inch drill bit so no this would not work for your application. Though if they do you might beable to use this.
This is actually meant for Impact Drivers such as the one pictured Below.
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No, this can not be used with a 1/2" drill bit.
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No, it only takes 1/4" hex bits
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Hello SR,
Thank you for your question.
It will only accept 1/4" hex shank bits so if your drill bit has a 1/4" hex shank then yes it will work.
I think most of my spade bits are hex shank and I believe some of the hole saw bits are also.
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Hello SR,
Thank you for your question.
It will only accept 1/4" hex shank bits so if your drill bit has a 1/4" hex shank then yes it will work.
I think most of my spade bits are hex shank and I believe some of the hole saw bits are also.
Here is a link to a set of spade bits so you can see what a 1/4" hex shank looks like.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Bosch-Daredevil-3-8-in-1-2-in-5-8-in-3-4-in-7-8-in-1-in-Spade-Bit-Set-6-Piece-DSB5006/203274578 Read Less
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No, hex bits only
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No, it takes hex bits
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Does this adapter accept nut drivers as well as screw tips?

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Yes that is what this Driver is meant for Driving Screws and Nuts with 1/4 Inch hex drive Impact Bits.
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Yes. It has a hex end and can accept any fitting with a hex end or adapter. I have used it for drilling and for screws.
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Hex nut drivers but may not have enough "guts" to last very long with big ones
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Yes.
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Yes as long as they are the snap in type.
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Yes, anything that fits on an impact driver will fit in this.
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Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 113 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works great Very easy to use, Its a good quality and one of the better drill adapters I've used in a long time. September 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Worked Great Bought this to drill through a plastic cover for my sumo pump. I have a sealed system for radon mitigation and the kid had some spots set aside for pass through. The pass through I needed to drill a hole through was close to the wall and as a result I couldn't get my drill Lined up to drill the hole. Was going to buy an angled drill but decided to go with this. Worked great. Attached a hole saw to this and it got the job done without issue. October 18, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great product for the Purchased this to help remove 3 screws in a combined space I could not get to with a normal screw driver, or come up with any other way to remove. I used my 18V impact driver after my screw gun could not break the screws free. It held up to the impacts from the impact driver and was able to break them free. No issues with it handling the torque, or the impact to get the screws out. It definitely saved me time and frustration getting the screws out my remodeling job. October 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Just plain awesome This drill adapter works really well in hard to reach spots. I am very impressed! October 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Awesome I have used this device with success on many different types of jobs. From hanging a door to installing seats on golf cars, it is an excellent adapter! October 16, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Not good For drilling and cutting this maybe good havent tried it for that. Tried this to screw some brackets on conduit it takes another hand to do any type of screwing it turns easily so a hand on attachment and on drill just to use. September 27, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Accessory - Priced Right! During a recent kitchen remodel, I could not remove a fastener nor drill a new hole because the cabinet was too narrow to accommodate my drill and drill bit/screwdriver. I saw this online, went to the local HD and made the purchase. It worked perfectly to provide complete access through the narrow opening. It comes with a small philips screwdriver bit, but if you need to use other sizes or drill bits, be sure to check your supply before you head to the store. If you have bits with a hexagonal 1/4 drill bit shank (see picture), you'll be fine because that is the only size this accessory will accept. Otherwise, you might want to pick them up when you purchase the adapter, because the adapter does not have a traditional adjustable chuck. Also, you should know that unlike a fixed right angle drill, this adapter will hang loose from your drill when it is attached, so you will need one hand to hold your drill and the other to hold this adapter in place. This could necessitate the need to drill a small starter hole to hold fasteners in place, usually not a big deal unless you're dealing with a heavy or awkwardly shaped fastener. April 23, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Awesome tool.. Saved me it's of time Get this October 4, 2016
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