The work of carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and other hands-on professionals is often tiring and tedious – squeezing into tight spots, hauling heavy tools and cumbersome cords. Right now somewhere, a mechanic is struggling to reach through a dense jungle of car parts, a carpenter cranes uncomfortably into a tight corner, plumbers and electricians are squeezing through mazes of pipe and wire, and all of them are searching for a better way. But just as it seems the clouds are about to burst, instead they begin to clear away revealing the right angle drill.

Before an electrician can pull wire, Makita or a plumber run pipe, he needs to drill a constellation of holes. “Isn’t there better way,” he might ask with a hand on his brow. The answer is yes. To every skilled tradesman, the answer is a resounding yes, there is a better way. A right angle drill will simplify your work day and may even put a spring in your step.

Right angle drills are designed with the chuck set at a right (or 90 degree) angle to the body of the tool. This “breath of fresh air” design enables craftsmen to access tighter, more enclosed spaces and to reach them more easily than ever before. The right angle drill solves the dilemma of close quarter applications and makes reaching the final frontier within the grasp of any tradesman. Most right angle drills also have a variable speed option that delivers maximum torque to drill even the largest holes and grind through the toughest stock. With the power and versatility, the optimal functionality of a right angle drill, professionals throughout the skilled-trade industry will throw their hard hats to the sky in triumph knowing that it has made their lives just that much easier. A right angle drill conquers enclosed spaces baring its teeth in challenge to all tight spots in the work place.

Now, those same carpenters, plumbers, electricians, and other hands-on professionals can breath easier, can more comfortably drill, drive, tighten, and so-forth because they possess the power, torque and promise of the right angle drill.

Please read on for more information on Makita and DEWALT angle drills. The solutions to your tight-spot conundrums follows in a brief summary of two excellent tools.