Rated 3 out of 5Â by 1Nick1 Extractor Disappointment
I was hoping that this screw extracor would help me out of a sticky spot, but it did not work at all. I followed the instruction but could not get it to work.
16 Sep 2015
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Moominjuice Didn't do the job I wanted
Think these are possibly for chewed heads. I had 2 M6 bolts that had sheared leaving only the shaft. I've removed plenty of sheared screws/bolts in my time and was pretty disappointed with the results. 2 attempts and 2 failures. I ended up drilling the entire shaft out in the end.
To be fair it was an M6 (not a lot to play with)and was load bearing so may have bent and locked with the aluminium it was secured into. Even my longer screw extractors didn't work. A bit pricey and not expecting such a small area of grip to hold up to wear.
As others have had better success I'll reserve judgment until I've used them for other types of screw.
15 Sep 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Tandem1 Pro grabbit
This combination of a stud extractor and a centre drill does work. I had two cap head screws that had rounded off within the socket, and this plus a little drilling out of the head managed to remove them. I found that using a huge adjustable spanner rather than a cordless drill helped me on the final stage.
I didn't like the terrible plastic box they were sold in -its cheap and nasty. Otherwise, yeah, a good removal tool if rather over priced.
6 Sep 2015
Rated 4 out of 5Â by WaterWizard Trend Pro Grabit
These little thugs mean business, superb at getting those awkward remnants of bolts and screws out from where they broke off leaving you feeling totally frustrated.
If you want the last laugh buy a set of these and get your revenge on those broken bolts that thought they had the upper hand....
24 Jun 2015