Screw remover will easily remove screw and bolt head types from flat head, phillips, hex, allen, torx, square, round and any other type of stripped screw or bolt you encounter. Within a matter of seconds, you easily removed that broken screw without damaging any of your other tools or bits.
REMOVE DAMAGED SCREWS EFFICIENTLY
Hard to remove your old and broken screws? Misugi™ Screw Easy Out combined Extractor, and Drillbit together is specially designed to remove stripped or damaged screws and bolts in wallboard, wood and sheet metal applications quickly and easily, making your work easier.
Screw Easy Out is made of superior high-speed steel with high hardness and anti-corrosion features, which ensures high efficiency and stable performance. Great for removing stripped, broken head, rusted, unscrewed, free-spinning and deck screws.
EASY TO USE
More convenient than double-sided screw remover. Just need an electric drill, no other tools need, no need to change up and down, select a smaller bit than the damaged screw, you can easily remove the screw, please make sure to run the drill in reverse during the process.
MORE SIZE OPTIONS
Includes 5 Different Sizes - (0#, 1#, 2#, 3#, 4#) in one set, which is suitable for most drills and sizes of screws or bolts (4-12mm). This screw remover set works on Allen bolts, Machine Screws, Lag Bolts, Wood Screws, Hex Bolts, Sheet Metal Screws, Rounded Bolts, etc.
Screw Easy Out is ideal for tools that require the removal of screws, including bolts in wallboard, wood and sheet metal applications. Suitable for the most common drill bits and screws or bolts of any size.
I completely broke off a machine screw that was too big for a unique piece of a furniture set I was putting together. I didn’t even have a stripped head to drill into...just the body of the machine screw that I WAY over-tightened using too strong of a drill setting. I thought it was all over, but this set saved the day. I made sure to watch some YouTube videos on how to do it exactly (reverse drill only, use the threaded end second etc). Had to do the process twice because it came out in pieces (because it was the absolute smallest size that would have worked) but it worked like a charm. I’m impressed.
This tool did the job on the first try, the service repair guy told me a few hours earlier he charges minimum $40.00 to just look at my pressure washer to remove the bolt, that was a big No! No! for me, so I got out my tools and in 10 minuets I had the bolt out! I've read many reviews about many different products, many negative reviews not all, are simply are the results of the operator not knowing how to use the product correctly, resulting in a damage tool, job stoppage, or worst, etc. the best thing to do is to educate yourself first, I talked to a person down the street she was complaining about a 1/2 Ton pickup truck that she bought earlier, now she also purchased a 12,000 camping trailer, "her complaint" the truck is no good it won't pull my trailer very good, she was talking negative things about the company that built her truck, I simply told her that your truck was not designed to pull that much weight, there's nothing wrong with your truck, you need a heavier towing truck, simply she just didn't know, but yet she had negative comments about the vehicle, the right tool for the job is very important for best results.
Took a chance on essential tool screw extracted, had bad luck with other brands needed to remove 3 torches head 8/32 machine screw in a plastic stock that l torqued at 22 inch pounds instead of 10 inch lbs stripped out heads was worried I would never get them! With essential tools extractor removed them on first try. They are top quality hardened steel that should be in everyone’s tool box, I am very pleased with these high quality great value tool!
There's not much in the way of instructions (I feel like I'm trying to follow a recipe in the kitchen and they'll give you instructions based on the fact that they assume you've had a lot of time baking/cooking. Unfortunately I do not) I'm not a super handy person but I can handle the basics. As I learn new things I carry it forward etc, but I never really had any training with tools etc, so it's always on the go training. And normally as long as there are a lot of instructions it helps. Usually I try and figure it out and then double check with the instructions etc. In this case there are only "three steps" to extracting any screw and since the images are small I'm only 90% sure that I am on the right track and 100% sure that I need glasses :) It did work however, it just took me awhile to figure it out. One of the screws in the side of my swivel chair was loose and it broke because I was lazy and kept putting it off until eventually it just broke. I had a replacement screw but I have no way of getting the broken bolt out. This works rather well. I'm sure the more I use it the better I'll become. but even with limited knowledge it worked.