Right angle converter for screwdriver bits

Discussion in 'Carpenters' Talk' started by Steve da Geez, Mar 4, 2008.

  1. Steve da Geez

    Steve da Geez New Member


    Does anybody have any recommendations for a 90 (or perhaps better, 45) degree converter for screwdriver bits? I need to put in a lot of screws and this would make life about a million times easier!

    Thanks for reading.

  2. ginger tuffs

    ginger tuffs Screwfix Select

    use your screwfix book to look for this product
  3. ginger tuffs

    ginger tuffs Screwfix Select

    on page 78
  4. lamello

    lamello New Member

    If you have got loads to do at different angles why not get a bosch 10.8v angle drill. Use it and then ebay it.
  5. Wayne K

    Wayne K New Member

    They are rubbish, I tried one of the better ones & it fell to pieces in no time at all, I think I got about 40 30mm screws out of it, they are also rubbish to work with, better to buy an angle gun.
  6. Mr Kipling

    Mr Kipling New Member

    I find a flexi driver comes in handy for this kind of thing.
  7. malkie129

    malkie129 Screwfix Select

    I tried one of those 45 degree drivers to fix a bomb trolley....Absolute sh..e.
  8. handcraft

    handcraft New Member

    i have the bosch 10.8 angle driver its quality but i also have one the milwaukee adaptors that its about 20 mm so it can get in anywhere

  9. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    If you're fixing at an angle it is difficult to put on a lot of pressure so I would suggest using a T star or Torx screw head with a flexible or 45 degree driver.
  10. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    These are good or you could find your own suppliers and sizes
  11. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

  12. evo nut

    evo nut New Member

    what are????
  13. evo nut

    evo nut New Member

    yep i've used them they are good

    everyone seems to be reducing the cost of them are they going to stop making??
  14. chippie244

    chippie244 Super Member

    what are????

    You're quick.:)
  15. Steve da Geez

    Steve da Geez New Member

    Hello again,

    Thanks for all the responses. I should have given more information. I will be using Spax screws. I've tried a flexible driver - Rubbish! I don't have a printed catalogue, so I don't know what's on page 78 - Is this it?:

    Thanks for the Milwaukee tip. Is this the thing?:

    That certainly looks the business. I don't mind spending money on decent tools, if they will get me out of trouble.

    Thanks again.

  16. nigel

    nigel Guest

  17. andy@trend

    andy@trend New Member

  18. handcraft

    handcraft New Member

    hey andy i had your angle driver attachment and it was well made just a little big the milwaukee is really well made its lasted me ages


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