"Needed to drive half a dozen self tappers in a tight space. For the money this device was perfect. I read the reviews and was surprised at some of the poor comments and what was expected from this little device. If you are going to do heavy, accurate and frequent work then invest £100 plus in a proper angled drill. I needed this on a Sunday afternoon and Screwfix less than 1 mile away had 4 in stock."
"After reading many bad reviews about this product I was highly suspicious and almost expected it to fail.... However it did exactly what it said and solved my problem which was boring 12mm holes for sistering joists in a confined space.
I was on the point of spending £150 on a dedicated tool but knowing I only had a few holes to do I was loathed to spend the money on anything else.
It's not heavy duty you can tell that but once mated up to my 18v drill it was a champ. Obviously getting any decent leverage behind the drill bit ideally requires 3 hands so get some help, when used at a sensible speed setting with sharp drill bits it could dig you out of a big hole for very little money.
If I were a sparky, plumber or chippy doing this every day I would certainly invest in the Right Angled Drill, however if like me you have a light duty but equally as awkward task then I have no hesitation in recommending this adapter and hopefully help balance the reviews here on this item."
"Great for drilling holes through joists and also for driving screws in awkward positions. A little expensive but a lot cheaper than buying a dedicated angle drill. I haven't used it enough yet to determine how robust it really is but it feels pretty solid."
"Does exactly what it says on the tin, helps drill and screw into the hard to reach spots, its easy to use and so far still feels like it was really well built. it was the cheaper of the 2 i found but i'm well pleased with this product."
"I can't remember how long I've had one of these in my drill box but it has to be over 10 years. It has helped me many times to complete jobs where my drill wouldn't fit. Finally started slipping (gears worn out) after some heavy work drilling through a load of flooring joists with a spade bit so had to keep the pressure on to cut through. No hesitation (after looking for any better solutions) in calling at Screwfix for a replacement and changing to a wood beaver bit to ease the pressure needed or drilling. Nice to see that the good design hasn't changed over the years."