Rated 5 out of 5Â by JB14 Better than coach bolts
Looks a bit pricey at first glance, but you can use these instead of coach bolts, they're much faster and easier to fit so saving time and money and with a good tight connection
26 Jun 2016
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Timmity Bit pricey but great quality
I used these on the frame for my decking. I didn't drill any pilot holes and didn't have any splits on the joists. I used my impact driver and the screws dug in easily without exerting much pressure at all. They screw in flush too. They feel really sturdy. They're are quite expensive in themselves but I couldn't find anything of an equivalent quality that were much cheaper anywhere else so I guess it's a matter of getting what you pay for here.
19 Oct 2015
Rated 5 out of 5
Â by BlackHilltop Make life easy
I live on top of an exposed moor where everything has to be over-engineered for stability against severe weather. I build extra robust sheds but, as a hobbyist lady pensioner, do not have fancy tools and certainly no automatic nail gun. These screws are so easy to use and sit so evenly on the finished surface. I think they are wonderful. Although quite expensive, they do save time and make a fantastic tight secure neat fit. Great things altogether! My most recent structure is a pet bird aviary all put together with these screws - and it looks solid enough even though built by an antique amateur.
20 Feb 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by fincher Expensive but very reliable
These hex screws are very easy to use, drive in well and having used over 300 of them I have not split one piece of wood when driving them 4-5cm from the cut end.
Overall these are a good product and do sit flush, although you can get a little bit of countersinking debris, they look neat and professional.
Quite expensive at 30 pence each, but does save time where you might otherwise have to use a coach bolt.
8 Oct 2012