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4.4 out of 5 with over 300 reviews is bad?


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I also bought it last time it went on sale and broke the second time I used it. I was driving some SDS screws into a 4x4 and it broke. It maybe good for small screws I don't know. I won't be buying it again.
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Thanks for the post. Just an FYI to people visiting Ace Hardware's webpage: the pictures include one of the DWARA120, which is being sold separately for $29.99:
https://www.acehardware.com/depar...ts/2393213
I'm guessing it's not part of the package being sold for $19.99. Thanks.
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This thing is so useful, good buy.
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Bought it when it was on sale last time and used it successfully several times with my power drill. Helps to get to difficult places. Recommend.
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I also bought it last time it went on sale and broke the second time I used it. I was driving some SDS screws into a 4x4 and it broke. It maybe good for small screws I don't know. I won't be buying it again.
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In for 1. Won't need it until I need it, this will come in handy.
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What would a non-handyman use this for, anything? Thanks in advance..
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The right-angle shaft drive is not suitable for heavy work, but it's very useful for screws in extremely tight places like automotive interiors and appliances, etc. Thumbs up OP!
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Pretty bad reviews on amazon
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Thanks for the post. Just an FYI to people visiting Ace Hardware's webpage: the pictures include one of the DWARA120, which is being sold separately for $29.99:
https://www.acehardware.com/depar...ts/2393213
I'm guessing it's not part of the package being sold for $19.99. Thanks.
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4.4 out of 5 with over 300 reviews is bad?


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how to submit rewards number? cannot find it
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I got this a couple years ago. The shaft loses too much power for it to break things free or do the final torque, and I suspect this is how people end up breaking them. I usually do that by hand, and just use this to get the fastener in/out quicker. Works fine for that, though I do use it much more rarely than I expected
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4.4 out of 5 with over 300 reviews is bad?


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They are either 5 star or 1 star. Some of the 1 star reviews state that they wish they would have used the tool longer before writing a 5 star review as theirs ended up failing.
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I got this a couple years ago. The shaft loses too much power for it to break things free or do the final torque, and I suspect this is how people end up breaking them. I usually do that by hand, and just use this to get the fastener in/out quicker. Works fine for that, though I do use it much more rarely than I expected
Thanks for your feedback. That's a good point about the final torque. For the rare circumstances this would be needed as a handyman homeowner, going the old fashioned route with a manual driver for tight places would be the solution.

I therefore have decided against getting this.
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