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Dewalt DWARAFS 12 in. Right Angle Flex Shaft

  • Dewalt DWARAFS 12 in. Right Angle Flex Shaft
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With a 12-Inch Right Angle Flex Shaft, DEWALT Bit Holders enable users to reach nearly any hard-to-reach space. A Rapid Load head enables fast, easy bit changes, and each fastener is supported by a magnet for accurate alignment. A side handle offers additional leverage and support.
  • Rapid Load(TM) head for easy bit changes
  • 90-degree head and flexible shaft reaches tight spaces
  • 10X magnetic holding power on average vs. DW2505 using #8 truss-head screw
  • (1) Right angle flex shaft


Diameter: 12 in.
Type: Right Angle Flex Shaft



3.5 / 5.0
2 Reviews
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Totally worth the money
I am in construction with a lot of finish cabinetry work and this tool is invaluable as its able to get into very tight spaces and make my life much easier, I definitely recommend this!
February 16, 2018
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Worked GOOD but....
It worked good for me, I was in a tight spot, very similar to picture on package. The angle head felt solid and sounded great when running. I also like the magnetic feature to hold metal screws onto bit, which is a must since you need both hands, and an extra one if available. Haha.
But, I still don't understand the reasoning of the phillips bit that came with it. It made using the product very frustrating. That's why I rated it "Fair".
1. It looks like an afterthought. 2. It only sticks out about 1/8 to 3/16 when fully inserted, doesn't stay engaged in screws very well. 3. I think it has a spring loaded ejection feature, but since you have to keep the outer sleeve compressed to keep bit engaged, it's always trying to eject the bit.
I would buy it again.
December 24, 2017
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