Cordless Right Angle Drills

The bit-holding chuck of cordless right-angle drills is positioned 90 degrees to the tool body, giving them a thin profile for accessing corners and reaching into small spots. Drilling is a regular activity for these instruments in general maintenance and construction. Because cordless tools are powered by batteries, they are more portable than corded equipment and can be used when a wired power source is not available. They use brand-specific batteries that are compatible with a variety of instruments from the same manufacturer that have the same voltage and battery series.