Model#: DEWNDWARA100
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Dewalt DWARA100 Right Angle Drill Adapter

  • Dewalt DWARA100 Right Angle Drill Adapter
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The DeWalt DWARA100 Right Angle Drill Adapter is a great, handy tool that allows users to drive screws and holes into tight spaces. This tool allows for tighter access with your current impact driver with increased gear strength. The impact rated gears allow for 2000+ lifecycles, a floating ring magnet allows for greater fastener retention and holding power and an ergonomic handle made of ABS allows for longer use without heating up. The DWARA100 is a versatile solution that can be used for bit tips, nutdrivers, impact hole saws and spade bits.
Features:
  • Provides better accessibility to drive screws and drill holes in tight spaces
  • Durable construction lasts up to 5x longer than the competition
  • Sure Set System floating magnet secures fasteners for greater holding power and bit retention
  • Ergonomic ABS handle does not get hot while in use
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  • Right Angle Drill Adapter - DWARA100

Specifications

Shipping Weight: 1 lbs.

Recommendations

Reviews

4.0 / 5.0
18 Reviews
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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend (8)
Pros
Easy To Use (7)
Ergonomic Design (2)
Powerful (2)
Value (2)
Best Uses
Home Repair (5)
Small Projects (1)
Fits in tight nooks and crannies
This easily fit into the 2 inch gap between my kitchen sink and fascia of the wooden cabinets. Worked best under lower RPMs. Quicker speeds tended to overspin. Removing the bit is not as intuitive you would think. Make sure to view the website picture and have a hairpin handy. I wish I bought it sooner for other hard to reach projects.
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July 1, 2019
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Go-to Tool
I find myself relying on this till quite regularly. Works well for those hard to get places that a normal bit in a driver can’t go.
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June 28, 2019
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Works well for my needs
I've used this for various projects around the house. That includes some woodworking, and we used it to service my furnace too (needed to get into a tight spot).

I haven't had any issues but I guess the one thing that can be difficult is the size of the bit needed to sometimes reach the screws. Shorter bits seem to have a hard time grabbing when using this.
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June 24, 2019
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Needs improvement
I work in an fast paced production / fabrication facility and we use dewalt products daily. Cordless impacts and drills and have to assemble products constantly and have to be able to get into very tight spaces and corners where a standard size drill or impact will not fit so the necessity of a 90 degree attachment is a must I like dewalt products a lot but there is one key factor that comes into play that is very important to me and others ( Durability
I have an DWARA 100 that I have had for 2 weeks and probably installed at least a hundred screws with it and then it just stripped the ring and pinion gears inside . if the durability of a product is questionable then I feel a proper warranty should be put in place for the product to compensate or have it assessed and corrected because tools like this are of high priority in certain fields of work cant do the job without it.
February 23, 2019
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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Easy To Use
Ergonomic Design
Value
Lightweight
Great
More useful than right angle drill many times.
February 18, 2019
Purchased
over 2 years ago
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Professional
Keep one in your toolbox!
Bought a DeWalt angle adapter a while back for repairs in the confined space of a kitchen cabinet. It worked like a charm for both drilling holes and installing screws. Sooner or later you're going to need one of these. Handy.
February 14, 2019
Nt durable
States Impact Ready, but very light duty even for a homeowner. used twice and failed.
August 22, 2018
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Works well for screws. Not IMPACT READY!
Mine broke after a few months, just outside of the 90 day warranty. Used it with a Dewalt Impact Driver so I expected it to be able to hold up since it's advertised as IMPACT READY! Wish Dewalt made a Heavy Duty Right Angle Attachment with higher quality gears and a handle like another brand makes.
April 6, 2018
Originally posted at
Works fine
The problem I found is that if you use it to drill holes facing down the drill bit falls out, lost a few in wall cavities. Didn’t have that problem with the Snap On I was replacing
January 22, 2018
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Recommendations
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Pros
Easy To Use
Ergonomic Design
Powerful
Value
Lightweight
Best Uses
Small Projects
Home Repair
Just what I needed
Just the right size to get between windshield and dash to drill a small mounting hole. Glad I found this 90 degree adapter.
January 31, 2017
Purchased
over 2 years ago
Describe Yourself:
Avid Do-it-Yourselfer

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What does the plastic thing do?
A shopper on May 5, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Features: Sure Set System Floating Magnet Secures Fastener, Impact Ready, 1/4" Hex fitting
Does it work with the DCD 780?
MOOSE on Sep 20, 2016
BEST ANSWER: The DWARA100 is designed to only work with Impact Drivers.
I need to bore 3/4 inch holes through wall studs for plumbing, Will this do the trick?
Jack C on May 1, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Sure. It will connect to the shank of any common spade bit like an Irwin. Kind of replaces the need for a right angle drill. I have used mine several times without breaking it.
how do you get it to lock when i push the bit of the holesaw to the wood it's like the gears disengage?
Paul V on Oct 12, 2017