Axminster Right Angle Drive Attachment
Axminster Right Angle Drive Attachment
£16.08 (£13.40 Ex. VAT)

Axminster Right Angle Drive Attachment

Code: 506682

  • Accessory to turn drill chuck 90°
  • Great for getting into awkward areas
  • Compact design with short head depth 45mm
  • Side handle can be locked in any position
£16.08 (£13.40 Ex. VAT)

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Frequently Bought Together

  • Axminster Right Angle Drive Attachment
  • Axminster Trade Bitz 28 Piece Universal TiN Coated Bit Set
  • FISCH Hex Drive Countersink - 2.4mm Drill No.6 Screw
  • Bosch 43 Piece Screwdriver Bit & Holder Set
Total: £82.09

In Detail

This superbly made, right angle drive attachment has a 'pull back' bit locking chuck and side handle, which can be fixed in any position by sliding it around the collar and then locking it into position. Fitted with a 1/4" hex quick release accessory bit holder and 1/4" hex fitting, it will fit into any drill chuck.

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Customer Reviews

Overall rating 4.4 out of 5 based on 1 review

Newest Customer Reviews


Malcolm Smith

2 April 2015

Worked fine

I bought one of these last week to get to a couple of awkward screws & it certainly got me out of a jam. It's a bit wobbly, so not as accurate as a right-angled drill, which would be a better bet if it was required on a regular basis, but for occaisional use it is fine and certainly cheaper
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