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post-orbiter.jpgIf you’ve ever tried to cram your drill into a tight or odd-shaped space, you’re a candidate for Milescraft’s Drill Orbiter — an extreme extension of the 90-degree drill attachment concept.

The Orbiter consists of a spherically-shaped rotating head assembly with a drill input shaft, chuck, and handle.  What makes the Orbiter special is that the head assembly is split into two hemispheres, each of which can rotate separately to create an incredible range of extension angles.  The handle also makes it easy to control the drill once you’ve created an angle shape that’ll let you fit it in the spot where you need it.

The Orbiter features a 3/8″ hex shaft for drill drive, which means you can use it with 3/8″ and 1/2″ chuck drills.  It includes a 3/8″ keyless chuck, and the handle has a soft rubber grip.

Street pricing starts around $30, and you can find the Orbiter online and in most big-box home improvement stores.

The Drill Orbiter [Milescraft]
Street Pricing [Froogle]

 

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