Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 25
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by vic T50 Tamper-Proof Torx 3/8 in. Drive Bit Socket
I bought it for open steering wheel on my truck.
Hard to find tool, not even all mechanic has it.
Use once, save a lot.
August 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maks Nice little bit
This little T25 bit worked perfectly with my impact driver and adapter (to fit onto a 1/2 in. driver). I work with torx screws a lot and this drive pattern or square grip the best, while phillips bits typically strip or break easy due to their design, which is why the former are preferred in concrete, decking, and other high strength applications, especially when working with impact tools. Torx are also commonly found on some cars and motorsports vehicles; it's one of those things you never know you'll need until you get there. I have never seen a torx bit break before, and am not expecting to either. I was able to put 4 inch decking screws through lumber without any wear or stripping on the bit. Husky is a good brand, and even though the quality might cost you a little more, it's worth it. . . imagine being on a job and having the bit break on you and not having any extras laying around. I have had this happen with drill bits and philips bits, and it really sucks when you have to run to the store for a stupid little thing that's holding back your project and having guys wait on you.
August 31, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by chefselections1 Tools for using
The Torx bits that came are very heavy duty. Good for any job and come back for more use. Very good looking as tools go. Reminds me of Snap on tools that are very polished. I would recommend these to anyone that is working with special equipment that take Torx bits. Thank you for such a nice products. I will use them a lot. Thanks again for the great tools.
September 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Farmgirl Handy Torx Drive Bit Socket
This is the type of product that you don't need or use every day, but when you need it, there's no substitute. If you have a six point "star" screw to put in, but your drill is too big or awkward to fit in the area, then you can use one of the Torx drive bit sockets to attach to & easily ratchet the screw into place. It has a good, strong grip where it's inserted into the screw and being able to just use a ratchet to securely set the screw as far in as you need it to go is really easy and handy. Again, you may not have situations where you can't just hold your electric drill in place, but when you do, this is the alternative you want to have at your fingertips to use.
August 30, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Cody It works for what I needed it for
I needed this to remove a security bolt from my motorcycle. This was under $2 and worked perfectly. I'll probably never need to use it again but it was a great value for a quick requirement.
July 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Revrichie Solid tool
I have received a ten piece Husky "Torx" socket set and the ones I did use prove to be a solid tool.
Attaches to a 3/8th drive wrench. The sockets are meaty and torx head is as well.
Means to say that it is made of quality metal with what appears to be a percision head with regards
to the quality of torx.
Also has the "Security" head torx for that security torx screw.
The sockets are sold separately with a wide range of "T" sizes.
August 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by ss Torx 3/8 in. Drive Bit Socket
This torx bit seems to be well built and held up to several uses on a small impact driver and a standard ratchet. The bit and the socket are of two different types of metal the bit is black and the socket is chromed. However the bit does not come out of the socket and is not replaceable so you have to replace the whole socket rather than just the bit. They say that it has a lifetime warranty so that should not be a problem but it is a little bit of a waste.
September 6, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by ElenaLor Flimsier than any tool I've ever seen
Low price is not value if a product is not fit for its intended purpose. Needed to remove seat belts to take out rear interior panel in a Ford truck. At first attempt this bit broke leaving a piece stuck in the bolt's head. Thankfully Dremel saved the day and I got it out but complicated a simple job. Keep in mind I'm no big strong man: 50 years old woman, with artritis and a 24" ratchet. Had to wait until next day to buy from Snap On: bit worked like a charm (bolt was fine, not rusted, perfect thread). Brittle like no tool I've ever used.
October 24, 2015