'SPEED OUT' 4PCS Double Side Screw Extractor  -  S2 ALLOY STEEL  GUN METAL £1.44 free P+P @ GEARBEST
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'SPEED OUT' 4PCS Double Side Screw Extractor - S2 ALLOY STEEL GUN METAL £1.44 free P+P @ GEARBEST

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Found 28th Jan 2016
Nothing is more frustrating than when work is brought to a halt when a screw or bolt breaks on the job. We now have a solution for you with the Double Side Damaged Screw Extractor S2 Alloy Steel Out Remover Bolt Stud Tool, which represent a new generation of tools to easily remove damaged screws and bolts.

Main Features:
● Designed to remove the screw, pipe and bolts have been damaged.
● Made of good quality S2 alloy steel material, durable to use.
● For both left and right hand threads, rapid and portable.

Usage:
● With the speed can be change and direction of the electric drill.
● The first thing to determine when using extractor and ensure the safety of the tool and will not be moving.
● The screw head be damaged thicker than extractor, with the drilling head end drill a hole (deep enough) in the middle of the screw head.
● Reverse screw extractor and into the damaged screw counter clockwise, until removed.
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Was £1.58 for me

Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if it works?

Thanks OP.

Hot!
jonesinamillion

Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if … Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if it works?Thanks OP.Hot!



Rule of thumb, dont always checkout with PayPal straight away with Gearbest. Go to checkout first then pay with PayPal and you will see deductions. Thanks btw OP i will give these a try.
I can't see these working; if a screw/bolt shears it's cos there's a massive frictional force along it's entire length on the outside of it, trying to drill a small hole/thread in the head of it to try n reverse it will just damage the thing you're trying to extract?

And for that reason, I call BS.
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$19.95 at Manufacturers retail site buyspeedout.com/
Roger_Irrelevant

I can't see these working; if a screw/bolt shears it's cos there's a … I can't see these working; if a screw/bolt shears it's cos there's a massive frictional force along it's entire length on the outside of it, trying to drill a small hole/thread in the head of it to try n reverse it will just damage the thing you're trying to extract?And for that reason, I call BS.


You are correct about the frictional force which caused the failure, but it can be "countered" as any Engineer will tell you, by the judicious use of a centre punch prior to any attempts at removal.
"Easing oil" or WD40, can also assist, but success with these tools requires a degree of skill not obvious in the video.
Fair points and knowledgeably presented, I'd neglected to factor in the centre punch argument.

Does that work on unions that are heavily rusted together though? I'm assuming the proper application of WD-40 requires a complex mix of gravity, heat and time.
I need this. But can't see it working
That took some time to get verification sorted emails that came through showed invalid when clicking on link resolved after 3/4 attempts of requesting new verification.. Ordered now waiting


jonesinamillion

Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if … Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if it works?Thanks OP.Hot!

jonesinamillion

Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if … Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if it works?Thanks OP.Hot!


I followed your r.o.t. made no difference, still £1.58!
Key here is don't shear the heads of in the first place, WD40/heat first not after

Key here is don't shear the heads of in the first place, WD40/heat first … Key here is don't shear the heads of in the first place, WD40/heat first not after



Spot on mate...though sometimes you just think it's going to go...and ping..head off.. frack
I find plusgas is far better than WD40 . Gives you much better....err penetration.
jonesinamillion

Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if … Was £1.58 for me :(Very useful to have around, look forward to seeing if it works?Thanks OP.Hot!



​might be gearbest's and PayPal's exchange rates are not the same. £1.58 for me too, but ordered anyway.
Groovii D

I find plusgas is far better than WD40 . Gives you much better....err … I find plusgas is far better than WD40 . Gives you much better....err penetration.



​plusgas 400ml amazon.co.uk/gp/…1_1?qid=1454050275&sr=8-1π=SY200_QL40&keywords=plusgas&dpPl=1&dpID=31ZJT-AGhFL&ref=plSrch
I am definitely in need of one of these kits.. Think it'll give it a go.. Thanks!
good find op, heat added
Original Poster
Last year I bought some similar extractors from ALDI, they did not work on a Phillips screw with rounded off head.
They did not work but did not have the drill head on each extractor. I took them back.
At the end of the day if it does not work you only paid £1.50?
Original Poster
Set of two £17.99 @ Screwfix!

screwfix.com/p/t…391

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Edited by: "mick2me" 29th Jan 2016
Where's the link on this then?
I thought that was how hot deals works, bargains found and shown where to get them ??
sweetasfck

Where's the link on this then?I thought that was how hot deals works, … Where's the link on this then?I thought that was how hot deals works, bargains found and shown where to get them ??



Try clicking the "Get Deal" button at the top of the page......??
Tomb

Try clicking the "Get Deal" button at the top of the page......??



Got it, that disappears though when you are a top of page
mick2me

Last year I bought some similar extractors from ALDI, they did not work … Last year I bought some similar extractors from ALDI, they did not work on a Phillips screw with rounded off head.They did not work but did not have the drill head on each extractor. I took them back.At the end of the day if it does not work you only paid £1.50?



Exacty, who cares if it does not work - you've lost almost nothing. That's the HotUkDeals mantra most of us live by.
Roger_Irrelevant

I can't see these working; if a screw/bolt shears it's cos there's a … I can't see these working; if a screw/bolt shears it's cos there's a massive frictional force along it's entire length on the outside of it, trying to drill a small hole/thread in the head of it to try n reverse it will just damage the thing you're trying to extract?And for that reason, I call BS.


You're right. In forty years of professional engineering, the number of times I've had success with this sort of thing (the originals were called 'easy-outs') can be counted on the fingers of one hand.
Don't forget Quidco!

(9p):p
S2 Alloy or High Speed Steel?
thanks op ordered at £1.74
Coming up as £1.73 now.
NB the trick is to set the country/currency at the top of the page!
Flash sale over, now £1.73 to have in the garage 'just in case' and probably have no success when attempting to use to remove dud screws anyway??
Original Poster
Now £1.59
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My car aerial snapped off so hopefully this will get out the part out that' still stuck in the housing. Thanks op!
mtodak

Lifehack https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IqIDjb1cmro


Great trick, now just have to remember it.....
Thx OP, anyone making inane comments about doing right in first place, you need a life.
top tip. if trying to drill the centre of a bolt use a hole punch first to markt the centre point so the drill bit wont more around and off centre when drilling.
Ordered.
There's a choice between H2 alloy steel and high speed steel.

Does anyone know what the difference is?
Product ships from China, probably soft as s**t, and will strip on first use.
Original Poster
54 verified customer reviews. 4.9/5.0

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Edited by: "mick2me" 29th Jan 2016
Cheers mate got them at £1.48
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