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4PCS Double Sided Screw Extractors US$0.95 AU$1.19 with Free Shipping from GearBest

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  • +4 votes

    These will make great Kris Kringle gifts. Thanks…

    • +3 votes

      I'd be happy with a set of these or even a tap and die set lol.

      • +1 vote

        Need a special like this on a tap and die set. Always to slow on gumtree. Retail full price is not for me

  • +3 votes

    What's the purpose of it? how to use it?

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        To find the answer, read above.

  • +15 votes

    It even comes with instructions !!!

    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 counterclockwise, until removed.

    • +2 votes

      Ordered one, thanks for the instructions jv…

    • +3 votes

      Bought after reading the instruction. Thanks jv

    • +5 votes

      Are there instructions for the instructions?
      I've never been good with chinglish.

    • +5 votes

      Instructions not clear. Dick now stuck in ceiling fan.

      • +7 votes

        Dick now stuck in ceiling fan.

        Did you bother to read the warning on the link ?

        "Kindly note: Operation or in the vicinity of electric tools, please wear glasses, boxes and protective clothing."

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        That's what happens when you screw around with good quality high speed steel material.

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        I thought it was hair dryer??

  • +1 vote

    have no idea how to use it…

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      • +18 votes

        Infinite loop… computer crash.

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    I have bought a set from Amazon with good rating. However, it did not work for rusty screw.

    • +2 votes

      it did not work for rusty screw.

      Try a rusty nail…

      • +2 votes

        risky click jv… wasn't sure what I was going to get..

        nice one!

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          I can do with a Rusty Nail right now…

          Matter of fact, I might just make one…

        • +1 vote

          @jv:
          Hell yeah, make mine a double. :)

    • +1 vote

      I've purchased probably about 7-8 varying designs for "screw removal" for use with my work (phone repair). Only used a couple of drill bits like this but they have all without exception been absolutely useless.

      Perhaps they work better with larger (ie above 1.4mm) screws but all the ones I've used for tiny screws have been literally useless.

      A Dremel with the right bit has been much more effective in my experience.

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        Agreed. Sometimes you’ve just got to drill them out.

        • +1 vote

          Out of curiosity what size screws do you usually do this with? Not really an option with the tine <1.6mm screws found in smartphones.

  • +3 votes

    Used to be called "easy outs" back in the day

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      these are not easy outs per say, they are useless really.

  • +2 votes

    Thanks just ordered even don't know what it is :p

    Order first think about it later.

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      same here

  • +1 vote

    These have to be aligned in the centre of the screw to work. If they break off in the screw then you are in trouble as you can't drill them.

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    To clarify this helps with stripped screws where ur normal screw driver wont do anything?

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      Yep, search Grabit.

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      correct. just put in your drill and set it in reverse so it drills into your screw to drive it out

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      for extraction damaged or broken screw/bolts

      I use similar Aldi's kit, pretty good to have it in a garage

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      Cheers guys

  • +4 votes

    Still not clear, jv. ↑ or ↓?

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    Will this be suitable to open up the small broken screw heads that commonly used by the computer/HDD?

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      No likely… It looks like it's more suited to larger screws.

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        Darn, just bought it…ah well…there goes the half coffee budget for tomorrow…

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      Small size might work but it has no sizing details. Generally these do more then on size each. The smaller bit may do from M1-3?. If there is any head of the screw left try pliers around the head. If the head is snapped you can always drill into the screw and remove enough so the screw breaks and then pull it out. That would be faster then using one of these.

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        I also need something like this to get a very small screw out (got 3 out of 4 screws from a Nitecore tube… 1 screw head stripped :-/ ). Any suggestions?

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          If you have 3 screws out can you lift up the body and turn the body and use that to unscrew the stuck screw?

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          Put a rubber band over the stripped screw insert the point of your screwdriver, then slowly unscrew the fastener. Don’t have access to a rubber band? Substitute a bit of steel wool instead or some of the green abrasive from the scouring side of a sponge or sandpaper

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          @iand: Thanks for the suggestions. Already tried the rubber band trick, doesn't work. Can lift the body and twist around but screw stays put :-( Any other tips?

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          @snapper:

          Would most likely make a mess of the body in this case given the size, but cutting a slot with a Dremel cutoff disc and using a flathead is sometimes an option.

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    Thanks! Will come in handy.

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    Just ordered. Thanks.

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    You need to drive the drill bits in reverse right? Pretty sure my drill doesn't have a reverse mode.

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      Look for the next ozbargain drill bargain that has reverse mode.

      • +2 votes

        I keep finding things I may need, the cheaper ones lead to the more expensive ones. It never ends…

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      Serious??
      Wowww.

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    Just bought a set, cheers!!!

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    Not working for me?

    • +1 vote

      Probably the code has expired.

    • +1 vote

      Just purchased so still working IMHO (desktop PC, Vivaldi browser). Thanks OP.

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        Ayy *highfive*, good browser choice.

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      Login first

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        Might be browser?

        Worked on phone, cut/paste code and no CR

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    Still works. Thanks, these will no doubt come in handy

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    Bought one just because JV is so excited about it..

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      Don't forget the +

  • +1 vote

    Knowing me the metal is cheap crap and will snap on the first use….

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      That's my worry too….completely missed the choice of material mentioned by slashoholic.

  • +1 vote

    In the size, there are 2 options -> High Speed Steel and S2 Alloy Steel. Now I have a feeling these are not sizes and are materials. Any idea which one to order for what use ?

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    edit… sorry. need delete :(

  • +4 votes

    As a fitter and turner with experience in removing many a broken bolt, I would advise that these are useless for removing bolts/screws under 8mm in diameter. There is simply not enough strength in the remaining metal, after drilling a hole in the bolt, to handle the extractor being screwed into it, and will split. Far better to use vise grips if there is a stub of thread still protruding from the hole, or completely drill out and re-tap the thread if not.

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    Damn you ozbargain! It's death to my finances by one thousand cuts!

  • +5 votes

    I'm having trouble extracting a screw from the other side of the bed…

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      I've tried nailing, drilling, even hammer feature. Ignore advice from fellas who know it all. Should always start by hand.

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    Bought one. Have no need currently but come on ITS $1.19! Thanks OP

  • +4 votes

    Not sure if posted elsewhere but the full list of items is here
    Can combine any of each group under the same coupon code, up to 2 of each.

    Don't forget to get one of these to put it all in.

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    Just bought a set, cheers!!!

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    Looks handy, got one, thanks.

  • +1 vote

    Just got the item…now need to learn how to use it :)

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    Just sheared a bolt off on bike and need one of these.
    Come on Gearbest, get me out of a hole

  • +1 vote

    Got mine today, thanks.

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