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  • Milescraft 1302 Drive90 Right Angle Drilling and Driving Power Drill Attachment with 1/4-Inch Hex Quick Change Drive and Magnetic 1/4-inch Socket
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Milescraft 1302 Drive90 Right Angle Drilling and Driving Power Drill Attachment with 1/4-Inch Hex Quick Change Drive and Magnetic 1/4-inch Socket


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  • Compact 1.25 inch profile at a true 90 degree angle from the drill or driver gets into confined spaces
  • Gears housed in die cast body with 3 sets of ball bearings for long lasting durability
  • 1/4 inch hex drive shaft is quick change compatible and fits most power drill and driver chucks
  • Magnetic 1/4 inch hex socket accepts and holds standard drill and driver bits
  • Includes bonus 1/8 inch Stubby Drill Bit and 3 one inch slotted, phillips and square driver bits
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Milescraft 1302 Drive90 Right Angle Drilling and Driving Power Drill Attachment with 1/4-Inch Hex Quick Change Drive and Magnetic 1/4-inch Socket + Milescraft 2320 Metal Stubby Drill Bit Set + Milescraft 2300 Wood Stubby Drill Bit Set
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Technical Details
Part Number 1302
Item Weight10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions9.5 x 5.2 x 1.5 inches
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Item model number1302
ColorRed
Power SourceManual
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty Description2-year
  
Additional Information
ASINB000KICSGQ
Best Sellers Rank #11,984 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight10.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableNovember 10, 2006
  
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The Milescraft Drive90 is a right-angle drill drive attachment, featuring a magnetic 1/4-inch hex socket. This standard 1/4-inch hex input shaft accepts and holds all standard 1/4-inch driver bits and will fit any drill. The Drive90 includes 3 of the most common bits: the #2 straight; the #2 Phillips; and #2 square head. It also features a compact head design, ideal for close-quarter driving. The gears are housed in a die-cast zinc body and perform a strong, maximum 100 inch/pounds of torque at 400 RPM, providing the tool with durability and high performance. The drill drive includes an ergonomic positioning handle for safety and comfort during use. This innovative tool is built tough for any DIY project around the house. It is covered by a two-year warranty.

Product Description

Reach into awkward corners and difficult angles with the Drive 90, a compact, right-angle screw driver attachment. Drive end has the industry standard 1/4" hex shaft that inserts into your quick connector or can be chucked directly into your drill/driver. Opposite end has a hex socket that accepts ordinary hex shank bits so you can change bits with a flick of the wrist. Built tough for any DIY project around the house but is equally at home in the shop, both in terms of durability and performance. Delivers a maximum 100 inch/ lb. of torque at 400 rpm

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Spend more for a real name brand tool.
Nate Grand
This right angle drill attachment fits into very tight spaces.
Niles508
It is well made and solid, Operates smoothly.
Kurt S

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47 of 47 people found the following review helpful By E. G. on May 13, 2007
This attachment works well if you ignore the grinding noise from the mechanism. It will not make the noise if you hold it just so but it's difficult to do so. DO NOT be tempted use it with an impact driver. That's how I broke mine (stripped the mechanism) an impact driver is too much for the tool unless you dril pilot holes. For driving screws in low torque applications it does fine. If you are driving screws into hardwood with an impact driver and no pilot holes, be prepared to break it as this tool will not be able to handle the touque. I would only recommend this tool for occasional use.
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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Atlanta Network Guy on November 5, 2011
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Even before I put this in a drill I could tell there would be some trouble and I would have to be careful with it. There is a property of gear mesh called wink, and this 90 degree drive design allows it to vary. When you put any pressure on the shaft which chucks into the drill, it causes the gears to mesh together and jam. When you pull back on the shaft, it pulls the gears too far apart, which will cause the stress to all be on the outermost part of the teeth and cause premature wear. If they had spent one more dollar putting in a thrust plate and washer, it would have kept the gear spacing, or wink, constant, which would have been ideal.
That said, this does the job, you just have to be careful not to push the power drill hard into the tool when you use it. I usually give tools that just barely do the job only three stars (I buy and rate a lot of tools at Amazon), but because this is the smallest profile 90 degree drill adapter I have ever used or even seen, I am giving it an extra star for that.
This, in combination with the stubby drill bits I also purchased, allows me to drill in the smaller spaces than any other 90 degree drill tool I have, and I have several.
The magnetic hex base allows the use of both snap lock hex drill bits and the small hex multi-tool screwdriver bits as well. It is not a snap-lock tool, it depends on a magnet at the bottom of the hex shaped hole to hold the bits in place. This does cause the bits to stick further out of the tool than a true snap lock check would, but that is part of the tradeoff for the small profile of the tool.
The drill bit supplied with mine is out of true, meaning the tip makes a circle when you spin it. Its the same effect as if the bit was bent.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Alexander Kostromin on January 15, 2011
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The general idea of this product is great. Its low profile allows doing job in very tight places. Unfortunately it failed during the first use. Long axis has moved out under load because it is held inside plastic body just on friction. This caused disengagement of gears. I went to manufacturer's website and read their instructions that do not allow drilling holes more that 3/8 in wood. Even tightening of 2inch screws assumes higher force. What a screwdriver is it that you cannot tighten even small screws?
Return policy however is great!
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26 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey Doan on July 12, 2009
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This angle driver was a complete wast of my time and money!

I purchased this product to drive wood screws into plywood on my boat. The driver broke on the first screw! I was using a #10x1 screw and driving into unfinished 5/8" plywood!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Benjamin S. Chin on February 19, 2012
I bought one from Lowe's a year ago. Used it sparingly to screw and unscrew wood /drywall screws in tight spaces. After about two month later, the gears stripped. Definitely not worth your money.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By S. Nguyen on November 13, 2009
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Had to fix a cabinet and there was no room to drill a hole. This thing works great, is inexpensive and lets you work in a tight area. Seems to be constructed well. Note that you'll need to get a drill bit with a 1/4" end to use it with this product.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By NovaJacket on February 11, 2012
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Broke the first time I used it. First, one of the ball bearings fell out, then the entire mechanism failed. Do not buy this thing.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Mark H. Osterhout on February 13, 2013
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Cheaply made and poor quality. The drill turns off center. The internal gears bind and grind when turned. Made in China...
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