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DEWALT Right Angle Attachment DWARA120 $30.53 + Delivery ($0 with Prime & $49 Spend) @ Amazon US via AU

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Seems to sell for at least $55 everywhere, gets good reviews

Best-in-class performance and accessibility, with 1.5-In Front-to-back design
Magnetism for Fastener retention
Engineered for use in impact drivers, allowing users to drill or drive
Includes 1 right angle attachment

If you are trying to spend $49 for free post, they have some safety glasses that are reasonably priced
https://www.amazon.com.au/deal/aa89fd50/

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  • +12 votes

    Anyone know if they also stock left angle attachments?

    • +1 vote

      No such thing. They have wrong angle attachments.

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      Yes it's in the left handed, left angle category.

    • +1 vote

      I believe left angle are out of stock

    • +4 votes

      there is nothing left…

    • +7 votes

      Out of stock of the left-angled ones, but of you need a left one, just buy 3 of the right angled ones and connect them together…. Still good buying at this price

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      This is the US import version, so it will be fine for left-handed use as it will spin the other way in this hemisphere.

      All the rightys who buy it though, they might have problems….

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    Thanks op ordered one.

  • +3 votes

    Can't you just use the right angle as the left angle and just reverse fastening?

    It's not going to work for drilling though.

    • +1 vote

      Will that void the warranty of the drill?

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      wot

      right angle is simply used to define a 90deg bend, it'll just transfer the same rotational direction that's placed on one end to another. Doesn't matter if you're pointing it left or right?

  • +4 votes

    The Bunnings clearance of the P&N varient a while ago at Under $8 was fantastic, so should have bought more than 1… currently at $65.
    https://www.bunnings.com.au/p-n-heavy-duty-right-angle-drill...

    • +5 votes
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        Deal!

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        Bought :)

      • +2 votes

        The real deal is in the comments

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        I have this
        Its a bit difficult to use as the tool is quite small. U need to push hard to and grip it to drive a screw.

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          Yeah it just showed up on Amazon because I was browsing this deal, and when someone mentioned under $8 I posted it… That's the kind of price I'd want to pay for something I would have used on a couple of screws once every few years. Of course once I buy something like this, I know I'll never need it again.

          I'd probably try my stubby screwdrivers first with a shifter or pliers before thinking to reach for this. Or a small offset screwdriver I have. I'd loosen the screws with one of those, then switch to using the stubby or normal screwdriver.

          Anyway, the grip thing is easily solved. Stretch a few of those thick red rubber bands around it that appear in the kitchen out of nowhere (actually they come on Asian vegetables I think). Or cut a piece out of a ten speed bicycle tube (small diameter than mountain bike tubes). Remove them each time so they don't 'melt' from age making a mess.

    • +1 vote

      Yeah that was such a good score. It is very high quality and very handy, I've used mine many times and every time I pull it out, a prayer of thanks is given to OP.
      https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/378919

  • +2 votes

    Of course it is always possible you might need a spare and there is this nice red one for a bit more. Sorry about the long link. https://www.amazon.com.au/Milwaukee-4932471274-Shockwave-Imp...

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      Thanks I like this one better. Red ones go faster.

  • -1 vote

    also there is 7% cashback on amazon through cashrewards at the moment.

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    Any recommendations for durable, light, and compact case to store those safety glasses?

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      Old sock. Easiest method, can chuck it in the tool bag and prevents most scratches.

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    Cheers OP! Bought!

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    Didn't realise there were so expensive. I chucked one away as never used it.
    Damn it

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      What are you waiting for? Now's your chance to secure a deal!

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    Thanks OP, got one :)

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    Imperial? Will this have compatibility issues with Australian drills?

    Manufacturer compatibility issues on the other products in the comments or are they all standard?

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      It's all one standard theres no difference.

  • +1 vote

    There is a Flexible one selling at $46.58 might worth if you need the flexibility. Go the following link and choose cheaper from other sellers. Free shipping from Amazon US over $49
    https://www.amazon.com.au/DEWALT-DWARAFS-Right-Angle-Shaft/d...

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      I was just gonna post the same thing. I need to find something to add to my cart to hit $49.

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      The picture makes it look impractical but it seems to have some kind of handle

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    Tool above is good if you're a tradie that uses it often, for general population this is something most will never use often.

    This alternative is $5.60 and works okay - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B07DHL3RYC/
    or this $14.99 for 4pcs - https://www.amazon.com.au/dp/B0785WPLVR/

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    My order got delivered yesterday. Thanks, OP.