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Wiha (Offset) Angled Head to 105° 1/4 in x 1/4 inch £38.86 @ Amazon
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Wiha (Offset) Angled Head to 105° 1/4 in x 1/4 inch £38.86 @ Amazon

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Posted 23rd Dec 2019

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Wanted one of these for ages but it's usually around 60 notes, found this where its its cheaper and currently on offer. The non pro version is normally this price.

I know you can get cheaper copies but this is Wiha and that's why its worth it as the quality is superb.
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I don’t think I have seen this brand that cheap before Hot. I have one of these. I don’t know if it has a brand name. They are so useful
Edited by: "androidavis" 23rd Dec 2019
My experience is that it cant transfer the torque and you end up rounding off the head of the screw
Plus this is very overpriced - got mine for circa £5
mark_trev23/12/2019 09:40

My experience is that it cant transfer the torque and you end up rounding …My experience is that it cant transfer the torque and you end up rounding off the head of the screwPlus this is very overpriced - got mine for circa £5


Sounds like you used the wrong screw bit perhaps? Or maybe misaligned the bit?

Here is a video that shows the cheaper version

Edited by: "amkhan" 23rd Dec 2019
mark_trev23/12/2019 09:40

My experience is that it cant transfer the torque and you end up rounding …My experience is that it cant transfer the torque and you end up rounding off the head of the screwPlus this is very overpriced - got mine for circa £5


Not comparing apples with apples, Did your version have the fully adjustable handle? or just like a smal 'flag' for a thumb grip?


Youre comparing Full Fat Blood oranges(Wiha) with a Satsuma

The proper handle on this and the premium internals allows more than 4 x the torque of even their own basic version, for a £5er, yours is unlikely to be the same quality as even that , this version has the ability to transfer 57Nm of Torque.
Excellent price OP
Edited by: "IWANTBLUE" 23rd Dec 2019
Great price for a quality piece of kit, however it is overkill for most people and a cheaper product would suffice for general diy.
Thought it was a pistol & laser scope
amkhan23/12/2019 09:45

Sounds like you used the wrong screw bit perhaps? Or maybe misaligned the …Sounds like you used the wrong screw bit perhaps? Or maybe misaligned the bit?Here is a video that shows the cheaper version[Video]


Thanks for your suggestions, but no - found it was more to do with the transference of energy
IWANTBLUE23/12/2019 09:54

Not comparing apples with apples, Did your version have the fully …Not comparing apples with apples, Did your version have the fully adjustable handle? or just like a smal 'flag' for a thumb grip?Youre comparing Full Fat Blood oranges(Wiha) with a Satsuma The proper handle on this and the premium internals allows more than 4 x the torque of even their own basic version, for a £5er, yours is unlikely to be the same quality as even that , this version has the ability to transfer 57Nm of Torque.Excellent price OP


agreed, mine didn't have the "full" handle but I was able to grasp the whole body and probably apply more directional force on the head than the handle shown.

Despite being drawn in to buy one of these, in hindsight, it does feel a bit of a gimmick - if you've got enough room to hold a handle at a right angle to your drill, why wouldn't you need one of these?

Happy to be wrong - final thoughts are that £40 is a lot for something with very limited application, except to show off what tools you have in your box
Good example of what this does on the occasions this may help. I get the feeling tradesmen that have the cash to splash will appreciate the quality of this tool as per the video. Diyers like me will probably be happy with the £5 versions mentioned in the vid.
Edited by: "androidavis" 23rd Dec 2019
Looks well made compared to the crappy cheap thing I bought which I could barely keep square with the screw or apply enough pressure to, so it would round off most of the pozidrive screw heads I tried to drive in. Think I would buy torx or square head screws if I ever need it again.

Thing is though, if you use for one of these is worth the nigh on 40 quid spend, wouldn't it be worth going the extra mile in buying a proper right-angle drive impact driver or cordless driver.
Edited by: "melted" 23rd Dec 2019
Right angled drill attachment - used a budget one to drill hole in engine compartment - Mr Muscle bodge - worked well.
Best angled head is the beeblebrox, especially when using improbability drives
Mikeonfreeserve23/12/2019 11:46

Best angled head is the beeblebrox, especially when using improbability …Best angled head is the beeblebrox, especially when using improbability drives


I have a guide book which would agree. Don’t panic!
Edited by: "Magpi3" 23rd Dec 2019
I have the cheap Silverline offset screwdriver attachment from Toolstation mentioned in the video. Did the job for me ok and probably would for most people who do not need to use one regularly.
£52.44 ??
Anyone know how the DeWalt DEWDT71517T Right Angle Torsion Drill Attachment, Compares with this? £20.80 on Amazon at the moment.
Edited by: "theclaretvillain" 24th Dec 2019
bigst24/12/2019 07:39

£52.44 ??


Looks like only available from third party now hence why the price
bigst24/12/2019 07:39

£52.44 ??


I've expired the deal, sorry seems to be back to full price now.
xPabloz24/12/2019 08:13

Looks like only available from third party now hence why the price


Amazon too but full price
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