|Item Weight||12.8 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||12 x 7 x 2 inches|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||784832-A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
Makita 784832-A Quad-Driver Pre-Drill, Drive and Countersink Set, 13-Piece
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- Do four jobs with one drill
- Change from a drill and countersink to power screwdriver
- No need to remove the driver from your power tool
- Includes: quad driver shaft, built in hex key, No. 6, No. 8, No. 10, No. 12, countersink driver
- Case included
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The best: drill and screw with one bit, narrowest lock band for close drilling, positive locking, allen wrench in back end (might be the best feature).
The worst: the main shaft is a bit undersized and can get out of true if dropped more easily than others, allen screws wear out, hard to find new kits.
In practice, I have different bits (square, flat, phillips #'s 1,2 and 3) already installed in different holders with the most likely drill size (mostly #'s 6 and 8). That way, I never have to switch the driver tip on the job unless I break one, or it wears out (it happens, and it's a normal wear item, won't last forever), I just grab a different holder and it's ready to go.
If you're serious about drilling and driving, you need both in one holder. Other brands wear out quicker (I test them working 8 hour days, 5 days a week in a Milwaukee 18v lithium drill: I use it for kitchen and bath remodels and concrete counter mold making; I'm using this kit as much as anyone could, and using it HARD).
The allen screws that hold the bits do wear out, prepare for it. When one breaks, I steal one from an underused size holder and pick up a new one next time I go to the hardware store.
I've tried them all, nothing compares in functionality, and the others require even more careful maintenance to keep them working.
The drill bits are a little specialized, since they have a flat spot to set the allen screw against so it won't spin in place. I found a local distributor who was more than happy to sell me a couple sets of three bits in the sizes I wear out fastest (#6 and #8).
Go ahead and buy this product, you won't be disappointed.
The shaft that fits in the drill has a locking collar, when you flip the driver around it locks in place and will not come out until you unlock it. The only problem I have with the tool is the shaft will occasionally fill up with saw dust and the collar will not lock. All you have to do is tap your drill and problem solved. This tool was well thought out, there is an allen key built in the end of the shaft. You can change your bits and screw tips right on the spot. They even give you extra drill bits and extra allen screws. $37.00 does seem to be a little high, I paid $29.00 a couple years ago at Woodworker's Warehouse. Buy the set it's money well spent.
It's very convenient when you want to drill and countersink in one motion, and then sink the screw. You don't have to change from a more typical drill/countersink bit to a separate crewdriver bit. Just twist the collar on the stud that mounts in your drill chuck, and reverse the drill bit, and you have the right screwdriver bit for the size screw you've drilled for.
It's most useful when you want to sink the screw right after you've drilled and then go on to drill the next hole, etc. It wouldn't add that much efficiency if you're drilling a lot of holes one after the other, and then going back to set all the screws.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I use these all the time and like them very much. For some reason, they are very difficult to find any more. Drill bits break or get worn and there are no replacements. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Linda
Bought these for building some closet shelves. Drilled/screwed approx. 20 holes and the drill/driver section doesn't want come out of the chuck easily anymore. Read morePublished on May 27, 2014 by racer134
I had another brand of these for many over 18 years and finally wore it out. Mostly by dropping it and knocking it out of balance. Read morePublished on October 22, 2013 by Bob 66 Pennsylvania
I have always liked the quality from Makita and will continue buying them. It was great to find this item on amazon as I had wore out my old one. It's a great product.Published on September 23, 2013 by mtladt
This is a very high quality tool. It makes lots of jobs easier, turns you in to a quick change artist.Published on September 15, 2013 by Ronald G. Gamble
been using these for years- works very well- have some sets 10 years old and still working just fine thankyouPublished on August 13, 2013 by david b cousey
I've had a set for 20+ years. They finally gave up the ghost... I bought the same thing hoping it would be a good... It's not..!! The "holder is bigger.. Read morePublished on June 14, 2013 by Terry1022