Rated 1 out of 5Â by Andorin Didn't work at all
I was trying to remove a screw in a skirting board, in which the head was clogged up with wood filler. It did not work at all. I tried, I tried again, looked at some videos on youtube and again, and then gave up. Doesn't work.
11 Sep 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by pigsick don't buy
If I could have given no stars for this product I would have done. It was very expensive but I purchased it anyway because of it's brand name, wrongly believing that it would be a good product and would do the job I needed. Well it didn't! It failed miserably. it's a complete waste of a lot of money, so don't waste yours.
8 Sep 2014
Rated 1 out of 5Â by zebu Useless in some situations
I wanted to remove screws attaching metal rails to ceramic tiles on bathroom walls. The drilling end bored a hole extremely slowly. The extracting end would not engage with the hole. This waste of time resulted in screws looking worse and more difficult to extract than before.
Various online videos of the product in operation show it removing vertical screws from horizontal soft wood (so the drill can press down hard); my application had screws through metal where the drill needed to be horizontal. The claims for the product do not hint at its limitations.
15 Jan 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Sim2013 It works!
Picked this up today in hope of removing a stubborn screw with a rusted head. Got it working very easily and did the job. Handy little trick to have in the tool box. Doesn't look like it would work but it does! Bit pricey but at least it works and gets you of a tight spot. Made out of a very tough alloy and machined well which probably explains some of the cost?
29 Dec 2013