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Ontel Speed Out

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Speed Out Screw Extractor (4-Piece)

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  • 4-piece set has a bit for any screw or bolt
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Eliminates frustration and reduces extraction time

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Easily remove any stripped screw without having to use a drill with the Ontel SpeedOut Screw Extractor. Use it with Philips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts. You can even use it on a 4 in. long, stubborn deck screw deep in redwood, for example. And, if you break off the entire head of a screw or bolt, you can still extract it right out.

  • Professional-grade
  • Works on wood and machine screws
  • Works on Philips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts
  • Made of durable hardened steel
  • Removes screws without using a drill

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It says it doesn't use a drill but the video shows it in a drill???

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We need a product that we do not use a drill to extract the stripped screw. Any suggestions?
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June 18, 2016
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A drill is definitely necessary. Must have the power to drill and burr so extractor can grip the sides of the screw to back it out.
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you're going to require a drill. A pilot hole must be drilled for it to insert into. You will need a separate drill bit for this in most cases. It is double sided, where one side has a drill bit, but I was never able to make any progress with side of the product and had to use my own drill bit.
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March 6, 2016
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IT works well in a drill
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February 7, 2016
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It means that you won't need to use conventional drill bits to deal with a broken screw.
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February 7, 2016
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You use a small tap & die set tap handle (basically a drill chuck with a cross bar handle that you twist manually. It's slow!) but more people have a drill than that piece. It costs about $4 to $7. You do need a clearance of about 2in. H x 3in.W. to use it so stripped blocked screws are very hard to do. Always apply something like WD-40 or Liquid Wrench 5 minutes before hand. Let soak and reapply when Read More
You use a small tap & die set tap handle (basically a drill chuck with a cross bar handle that you twist manually. It's slow!) but more people have a drill than that piece. It costs about $4 to $7. You do need a clearance of about 2in. H x 3in.W. to use it so stripped blocked screws are very hard to do. Always apply something like WD-40 or Liquid Wrench 5 minutes before hand. Let soak and reapply when you are going to remove screw. Even with screws in wood this helps because rusted screws tend to stick in and break off in wood very well. Good luck! Read Less
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What is the smallest screw that can be removed?

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What is the smallest size/diameter of screw that can be removed by this set?
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My experience is almost all
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Manufacturer specifies smallest as #4 Screws, # 10 Bolts. I have been successful on a smaller screw though using the following method: First drill hole with a normal drill bit then use the extractor end in a drill to provide pressure only, no rotation! You then turn the bit manually with a spanner whilst maintaining pressure with the drill. Worked for me on couple of delicate situations.
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the smallest I have been successful with several times have been a number 6 screws. Its really based on how much head you have left. how deep you can get the extraction hole and pure luck. I have removed smaller screws from faucets without heads using just the extractor side. Its trial and error I'm afraid.
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Works with all types of screws?

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May 10, 2016
Product Overview lists specific head design for screws it can remove. Should I be concerned with the fact that torx screws aren't listed among all the others?
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Hi Eddie,
Well, I had 4 rusty screws that held in my license plate light covers (on my car) to remove the bulbs. (Turns out it was wiring and I didn't have to replace the bulbs at all . . . ;-)
So I bought this extractor set and went to work. At first I was all neat and tidy and following the directions to the letter. Didn't work. So I kept drilling and trying all the different sizes of the Read More
Hi Eddie,
Well, I had 4 rusty screws that held in my license plate light covers (on my car) to remove the bulbs. (Turns out it was wiring and I didn't have to replace the bulbs at all . . . ;-)
So I bought this extractor set and went to work. At first I was all neat and tidy and following the directions to the letter. Didn't work. So I kept drilling and trying all the different sizes of the extractors. Didn't work. In the end I had drilled so much that the covers just came off and I could get pliers on the screws.
Were they tough screws? Yes. Were they big screws? No. Did the extractors work even a little bit? No. I still have the extractors and will try them again, but I am holding no big hope that they will work.
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Shouldn't be an issue, you drill a hole in the screw head anyway to receive the extractor side which has a reverse thread. I suppose tamper resistant torx screws could present an issue centering the drilling end. In delicate situations (e.g. a small machine screw in a carburetor) I have had success by drilling with a normal drill bit first as I was more confidant I could center the hole. Only issue i Read More
Shouldn't be an issue, you drill a hole in the screw head anyway to receive the extractor side which has a reverse thread. I suppose tamper resistant torx screws could present an issue centering the drilling end. In delicate situations (e.g. a small machine screw in a carburetor) I have had success by drilling with a normal drill bit first as I was more confidant I could center the hole. Only issue i have run into is not having a small enough speed-out bit for the screw at hand. Read Less
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Will a 20v impact drill work?

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Yes, it will work.
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Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 138 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Couldn't get it to work. I couldn’t get this to work. I followed the directions by using the drill bit side first to create a nice cavity. Then I flipped it over and used the extractor bit but it would not grab the broken screw. This might work better for a larger screw than the one I had (I was using the smallest bit). I ended up using a regular drill bit to drill out the screw. Maybe when or if I have something larger break, I will try this set again. September 17, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for the most part I had two screws to remove. On the first, I did not have much luck with the drill side of the bit (maybe I was doing something wrong, but I think I used a regular drill bit instead), but the extractor side grabbed & the screw came out, yea! On the second which was a brass screw in iron threads (holding down a drain cover), I was unsuccessful using either side (too soft?) and eventually used a hammer drill with a throw away bit (i.e. a broken bit, which being shorter was unlikely to break again) and it finally blew out the bad screw, fortunately leaving the threads intact. September 2, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Worked for me This did what I needed it to do, but took more than 10 seconds. The cutting end of the bit did not work for me, I had to use multiple drill bits to create a hole. Otherwise, good product! May 24, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by does not work This item did not remove a single screw. I followed the instructions, even tried all of the sizes on at least 10 screws. Total waste of money and metal. September 5, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Didn't work Would not grab hold to remove the stripped deck screw September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Saved by the extractor If you're not a pro this situation almost always makes you cringe. The need to remove a stripped screw. This kit is a magic show of success. Easy to use all you need is a drill. Amazing August 23, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not for every application Definitely did not work for what I needed. Screw did not budge even a little. May work on screws stuck in wood but it didn't work for my screws stuck in metal. Home Depot had one in stock and on sale so I'm pretty sure they are going to drop this item from their inventory. August 25, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Great idea but did not work I bought this to help you remove a broken bolt on my caliper and it did not work! It might work for a smaller household screw or bolt but not on heavy duty bolts. August 23, 2016
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