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Ice Master Ice Auger/Power Drill Conversion Kit

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$29.99
Item No.: 102404

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Product Details

Product Details

Ice Master Ice Auger/Power Drill Conversion Kits makes converting your hand auger into a power as easy as inserting a drill bit into your drill! The affordable Ice Master adapters turn your existing power drill and ice auger into a easy-to-configure power auger! These Adapters will work with any cordless power drill, but 18.0 volt or higher drills are recommended. The Adapter fits 1/2 drill chucks.


The Ice Master features the exclusive Adapter Retainer. This feature protects the auger from falling through the ice (to the bottom of the lake) if the chuck comes loose. In addition, it takes the stress off the drill chuck from the weight of the auger.


  • StrikeMaster/Eskimo Adapter - works with StrikeMaster Mora and Lazer hand augers, and Eskimo Standard and Barracuda hand augers. Please note that newer model Eskimo hand augers may require the pin hole of the Ice Master unit to be enlarged. Two-piece kit.
  • Nils USA Adapter - works with Nils USA hand augers. This three-piece kit includes a large nut and bolt for use with this make of auger only.

Ice Master Ice Auger/Power Drill Conversion Kits are made in the U.S.A.

w 7 inch new blades its awsome.

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very pleased so far, 7 inch blades maybe alittle big but it works great with new blades on a 18 volt milwalkee.

Didn't Work for Me

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I used a 19v drill and could not penetrate the ice with a new 8" blade. If you want this thing to work, you better have soft ice or a [$] drill that will kick like a mule.

Product works but set realistic goals

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I used this in Three Lakes WI this weekend 2/23/08. I have a 18v QuatroPro (Black & Decker) heavy duty drill with 2 batteries. It took basically one battery to drill through 15 inches of ice. So I basically drilled 2 holes. So is that good or bad? I would say the product does what it claims to, but set some realistic expectations. For me personally this will work great early in the season, I should be able to drill 4 holes that are 8 inches deep. As the season progresses I might have to start the holes manually and the finish them with the drill. Either way the limitation is the drill, not the product. If you can plug in a drill to a snowmobile or truck then its would work better.

WORKS WELL

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WORKS WELL

It work's

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I use A 19.2 drill and can drill 15 hole aday