NEIKO 20754A 3/8” Drill Chuck Adapter | Chuck Drill for Impact Drivers with 1/4 Inch Quick Change Shank | Drill Converter Includes 1/2-Inch Adapter for Impact Guns | Hex to Chuck Drill Bit Adapter




  • TRANSFORMS IMPACT DRIVERS: This mini drill chuck is an easy way to adapt or convert cordless impact drivers, cordless power tools, and wrenches to do the work of regular power drill without any grinding needed.
  • EASY ON AND OFF: Socket drive chuck adapter has a 3-jaw chuck securely holds round-shank drill bits and includes 1/2 inch adapter to quickly go from driving to drilling with any chuckless drill.
  • DRILL CHUCK EXTENSION: This chuck for your impact drill extends the reach of your impact drill or driver. Gives you the freedom of one-handed drilling with both left and right hand rotation.
  • HEX SHANK DRILL: Drill chuck for impact driver has a standard 1/4" hex drive chuck is an excellent fit to power tools and is constructed of Cr-V metal for supreme durability that connects to your driver.
  • FITS A WIDE RANGE OF BITS: Hand drill adapter is the ideal capacity and clamping range for all drill bit sizes from 1/16” to 3/8” drill bits to get drilling done with an impact driver.

Easily convert your tools such as a cordless power screwdriver into a drill with the NEIKO 20754A Drill Chuck Adapter eliminating the need for a drill. From fastening to drilling this impact drill adapter converts your impact or any power tool with a standard quarter inch hex shank into a power dill. No more need for a impact driver and drill with this tool you can use your driver as a drill. It even includes a half inch drive adapter so you can attach this mini drill chuck onto your 1/2-inch drive impact gun. Includes a key to clamp, tighten, and secure your drill bits when drilling into wood, masonry, or any material. Can be used with round drill bits or hex shank bits. Doubles as an extension for your drill. Key easily locks and loosens your drill bits to quickly convert your quick-change driver that is a hex shank into a drill for all you weekend warriors. Be sure to use safety glasses during operation and keep your hands and face away from the rotating drill and flying debris.

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