Summary: I love this tool! Got it to finish up a deck with some tight spots for screws. Not a nail in this deck or a fastener visible from above. It drills and drives where nothing else would work. It's one of my favorites now.
Summary: I own a lot of makita 18 volt tools the 18 volt angle inpact is my favorite just got it i am a mecanic and i use it in the place of an air ratchet workes great and gets in tight places and with the inpact on it it has great power there batterys are the best i got two batterys with my first purchase...
Summary: Having used the pistol grip Makita tool, the BDT144Z, finding how well it dealt with screws I bought the Angle Driver. Everything I've used the 144Z for I could have accomplished with the angle driver, and some, such as screws into drawer rails - tight quarters - required the angle driver.
Summary: Purchased this item recently, and used it to drive a variety of exterior/interior screws as well as to drill into wood. Very pleased with its performance and capabilities. Compared to other manufacturers' right angle offerings, this unit may be the best choice for a lot of people.
Summary: I love the new Makita 18 line of tools. I bought this one never appreciating how good it was going to be. It is an outstanding tool, that has more power than I ever expected. It can get into some real tight areas and has plenty of power.
Summary: It's a really excellent product. Compare its torque rating with other right-angle drivers/drills, even with ones that aren't right angle. Very powerful. Notes about bits: Bit sets for impact drivers often have bits that are too short to lock into place in the driver - so short that if you put them...
Summary: I have the excellent, highly recommended light-weight LXT set with drill and impact drivers, and wanted a tool for close quarters. I chose this impact over the drill model as I like the fast (unfeelable) tapping that more easily drives screws and removes them.