$39.99 Introductory Price
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The Drill Paddle by IDEA'Z is a lightweight 1.5 pound portable water paddle powered by an ordinary cordless drill. It easily attaches to the front of your drill just like a normal drill bit, simply tighten the drill chuck around the drive shaft. It can power a small boat, canoe, or raft to get to your favorite fishing spot. It can also be used as an emergency breakdown paddle on a regular sized boat. The Drill Paddle is more convenient and versatile then a trolling motor because there is no heavy 12 volt battery to haul around. The Drill Paddle comes with an unsinkable cover in a variety of colors. With drill paddle you are able to move forward and reverse using the settings on your drill. The battery on your drill lasts approximately 10 to 30 minutes depending on size and weight of the boat (lithium-ion batteries may last longer), and will move the boat one to five knots depending on boat size.
Boating regulations and licensing laws vary by state
Dave R. says,
"Me and a pal went to Agate Lake last weekend. I have a 14 foot aluminum boat, with a trolling motor, two 12 volt marine batterys (about 60 lbs a piece) all my fishing gear and lunches, we had gotten almost across the entire lake when my trolling motor just QUIT !!
I got out the DRILL PADDLE and my 20 volt drill and proceeded back across the lake, with the wind and waves against us. The DRILL PADDLE saved the day !!!
It worked exceedingly well.
I'll be sure to take it with me on ALL my boating trips, just in case !!"
Martin D. says,
"Even with my old drill, I just used it as an assist to my flippers. It worked as well as if I had been paddling my hardest.I was a little concerned about it fitting on my boat, I found a good place to stow it no problem.
Great Idea !!!"
Terry R. says, "Went to Lake of the Woods with a friend to go fishing in his 17 ft 6 inch Alum-a-weld Super V full sized fishing boat with all our gear. We got clear across the lake, then my friend said 'lets see if this DRILL PADDLE can get us back to shore!'
He hooked his 19v craftsman drill to it and off we went! It had to be around 1000 yards back! I can definitely see how this would come in handy during a breakdown or emergency situation. It sure beats rowing with oars!"
Gene K. says, "I bought a Drill master 18 volt cordless 3/8" drill/driver from Harbor Freight for $15.99 and attached it to a DRILL PADDLE. It worked quite well considering the low cost of the drill."
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