Right-angle drills are primarily used to get into tighter spaces than a standard cordless drill, although they aren't as powerful. Often used for plumbing, electrical and HVAC work, right-angle drills are handy when you need to reach to the back of cabinets or drawers.
Keyless chucks let you use any type of drill or drive bit and make the changing of bits easy. Many drill/drivers let you adjust the clutch for different amounts of torque and adjust the transmission speed depending on your project. Although a right angle drill typically doesn’t have as much power as a standard drill/driver, it can reach more spots.
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Bosch - Angle Drill/Driver PS11-2A
Bosch has taken the best features of the i-driver and their drill driver and combined them into the PS11-2A. 0 - 13RPM drill driver with LED work light on an articulating head. This tool is a great tool to get into the tight spaces. You will see this tool hit the shelves September 2011.
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