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Anyone into doing DIY stuff at home, a mate on the forum helped me out fitting my kitchen and used his Trend Snappy to get in at some awkward fixings.. I've needed to get into tight areas when drilling joists etc loads of times and could have done with something like this years ago would have saved me loads of hassle, I was tempted with an angle drill but there even bulkier and still not ideal...just use these with a regular battery drill...

 

These little gadgets are ideal for tight spots and you can use masonry, wood or regular bits in them, the one below is a milwaukee...

 

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What sort of price are they..Ive got flexi drives but that looks ideal for a job I keep putting off

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What sort of price are they..Ive got flexi drives but that looks ideal for a job I keep putting off

 

I think it was around £40.

 

DixyHMR on here has the snappy one by trend and uses it all the time in his job, theres a lot of different accessories for them..

 

http://www.dm-tools.co.uk/product.php/section/8619/sn/TRESNAPASA2#.U8GeVrFx18E

 

I'd avoid the cheaper types you can get from screwfix, ebay, etc for about £10, they just destroy themselves when they see any torque.

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