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What is a right-angled cordless
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Right-angled cordless impact driver Some cordless impact drivers have a right angle design for working in awkward or confined spaces.
Advantages and disadvantages of right-angled cordless impact drivers
  • More versatile – Ideal for working in awkward or confined spaces, where a regular design would not fit
  • Available with all the features of a normal model (e.g. multiple gears, a quick-release chuck, and an electric brake)
  • Can be almost twice as expensive as non-right-angle ones
Using a right-angled cordless impact driver in an engine Unless you are going to be working in awkward or confined spaces (e.g. between rafters or pipework etc.) on a regular basis, consider whether a regular cordless impact driver could do the job just as well.