Precision Screw Extractor Set

 
 
 
 
 

Precision Screw Extractor Set

$19.95

$19.95

Product Details

Features

Features

Extract tough stripped screws without damaging the device.

  • Safely remove stripped screws and replace the age-old practice of coating the screw-riddled device with wax and feathers and hurling it into the sun.
  • We know how annoying stripped screws can be. Before you resort to the rotary tool or super glue, give these little guys a try.
  • Hardened bits with 4 sharp points for gripping what's left of the screwhead safely.
  • Extractor tips are double-sided and reversible:
    • 3 drivers have the same size bits on each end, and 1 driver has different sizes on each end—a total of 5 different bits.
  • Anodized machined aluminum handles with swivel tops and pocket clips.
  • Made in USA.

Please Note:

This tool requires some mechanical aptitude and careful feel. If you stripped a screw while carefully using the correct type of driver the first time, it is possible you will not be successful with this tool. Screws that are cross-threaded, jammed, or glued in place will be very difficult to remove with any tool. Our Screw Extracting Pliers are easier to use, but will not grip recessed screws.

 

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