Model # 1000264

Internet #205110987

Ontel Speed Out Speed Out Screw Extractor (4-Piece)
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Ontel Speed Out Discontinued

Speed Out Screw Extractor (4-Piece)

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

  • 4-piece screw extractor set has a bit for any screw or bolt
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Eliminates frustration and reduces extraction time
The Ontel SpeedOut Screw Extractor Set (4-piece) allows users to easily remove any stripped screw without having to muscle a conventional drill bit. Use it with Phillips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts. You can even use it on a stubborn, 4 in. long 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.
  • Removes screws when a conventional drill bit slips out of screw recesses
  • Performs on wood and machine screws
  • Works on Phillips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts
  • Made of durable hardened steel for lasting performance
  • Professional-grade to stand up to the rigors of heavy-duty applications
  • Includes protective storage case

Product Overview

  • 4-piece screw extractor set has a bit for any screw or bolt
  • Quick and easy to use
  • Eliminates frustration and reduces extraction time
Model #: 1000264
Internet #: 205110987

The Ontel SpeedOut Screw Extractor Set (4-piece) allows users to easily remove any stripped screw without having to muscle a conventional drill bit. Use it with Phillips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts. You can even use it on a stubborn, 4 in. long 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.

  • Removes screws when a conventional drill bit slips out of screw recesses
  • Performs on wood and machine screws
  • Works on Phillips, flat, hex, painted screws and bolts
  • Made of durable hardened steel for lasting performance
  • Professional-grade to stand up to the rigors of heavy-duty applications
  • Includes protective storage case

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.87 in
Assembled Height (in.)
7.87 in
Assembled Width (in.)
4.72 in
Bit Length (in.)
.25
Shank Diameter
#1

Details

Bit Material
Steel
Drill Bit Type
Specialty
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Specialty
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Application
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Square
Shank Style
Square
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
1.87 in
Assembled Height (in.)
7.87 in
Assembled Width (in.)
4.72 in
Bit Length (in.)
.25
Shank Diameter
#1

Details

Bit Material
Steel
Drill Bit Type
Specialty
Drill Bit Type(s) Included
Specialty
Individual/Set
Individual
Material Application
Steel
Returnable
90-Day
Self-Feeding
No
Shank Style
Square
Shank Style
Square
Tools Product Type
Power Tool

Questions & Answers

Are both bits - step 1 and step 2 - drilled in counter clockwise directions?

Step 2 bit looks like used in counterclockwise direction, but what about the step 1 bit?
Asked by: AlbertL
yes all bits are the same just different sizes
Answered by: CD
Date published: 2018-01-08

Works with all types of screws?

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?
Asked by: Eddie
Did not work on any screw head.
Answered by: William
Date published: 2018-04-26

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

We need a product that we do not use a drill to extract the stripped screw. Any suggestions?
Asked by: Techperson
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.
Answered by: Wrangler
Date published: 2018-03-01

What is the smallest screw that can be removed?

What is the smallest size/diameter of screw that can be removed by this set?
Asked by: SE
none
Answered by: Handy
Date published: 2018-03-01
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Customer Reviews

Speed Out Screw Extractor (4-Piece) is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 180.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Practice using them first. Results will likely be mixed While trying to remove a corroded screw from a Type LB conduit box, the screw head snapped off. I bought this product to try and remove the broken screw. Short story, it didn't work. I couldn't drill a clean, centered hole with the step one bit on the broken screw. The surface of the remaining broken screw wasn't perfectly flat, so it was very difficult to drill the pilot hole. And the broken screw just didn't have enough surface area to extract with this product. I then watched a few YouTube videos of people trying the extractors and I tried a test with four different screws I had sitting around. A few observations: 1. Before you use them on a real project, I would recommend practicing with the extractors on several types of screws to get familiar with what works and what doesn't work. 2. The instructions state that the extractors are not recommended for drywall screws. I tried them with a drywall screw and it was clear that the drywall screw was made of much harder metal than the other screws. The Step 1 bit couldn't effectively drill into the drywall screw head. So for screws or bolts made of hard metal, these may not work well. For hard metals, you might be able to use a different drill bit to bore a small hole and then try the Step 2 bit to extract the screw. 3. On two of my test screws, the Step 2 side of the bit wasn't able to grab onto the bored screw head. The hole seemed deep enough, but the extractor bit couldn't catch and just spun. Out of curiosity, I then tried the next larger extractor bit, which was able to grab onto the screw head and successfully remove the screw. So if the Step 2 bit spins, try the next larger extractor and see if it can get traction. So while I wasn't able to use the product for my original project, I did verify that they do work, but it does definitely depend on the screw type and condition, and may take some creativity.
Date published: 2015-01-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Take THAT DIY gods! The DIY gods have made it quite clear that they find my feeble attempts to “do it myself” to be highly amusing and that they have made me a plaything of their most perverse whims and dirtiest tricks. Therefore after I attempted and failed to remove a stuck slot-head screw whose head I’d stripped with a traditional, albeit not cheap, method said to be “the answer” by my local hardware guy, I suffered the smirks of the nice Home Depot clerk when, totally swayed by the “guaranteed to work in 10 seconds” tagline, I chose the SpeedOut over the product he’d suggested. “Yeahhh…,” he sneered, “You let me know how that goes.” I ducked my head in shame and scurried to the self-checkout. I didn’t even take time to put the shameful item in a bag, shoving it, instead, into the depths of my parka pocket. When I got to my car, took a closer look at said item and saw that it was emblazoned “As Seen On TV!” I ridiculed myself mercilessly—and even confessed my stupidity to my coworkers. BUT DARN IF IT DIDN’T WORK PERFECTLY! PER-FECT-LY! Of course, after I removed the screw the rest of the stupid project—that should’ve taken 20 minutes and instead has taken me more than 4 WEEKS—continued to fall apart, proving the diy gods are not done amusing themselves at this girl’s expense quite yet. But for now, I DON’T CARE! I got the g-d screw out! Thank you, SpeedOut, for being the one bright, shining moment of my day!
Date published: 2015-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from 50% Of Any Screw Extractors That Works, Pays For Itself! 40 yrs ago, in the USN onboard there were no such tools! Esp. for sheared broken HP valve studs. Only way was drilling the broken studs, screwing into stud, then heating the valve to expand it, then praying not to make the problem worse. Onboard we didn't carry spare valves and had to make due. First time I used 'EZ-Outs,' 'Grabbers', etc. after the Navy, I knew they would have been a Godsend back then (and money-saver). I know exaggerating, but It was like comparing a slide rule to a computer. They would have been considered a miracle to be able to use. There's never any way to guarantee, they don't always work for one or another reason, but if there's at least a 50 - 75% success rate, think of the savings in comparison to the cost of replacing an item. Back then, they would've been considered a miracle. It's the 'simple tools' we seem to overlook on what it used to be like before being invented.
Date published: 2016-06-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Works as Advertised!!! Where to start? Ok, so I'm VERY picky about what kind of tools I purchase. Anyways had a 6mm stud that I 'smoothed' out when installing with a stud install/remover. Unfortunately for me this is the smallest size remover that i have. Long story short, I sinched the stud tight and stripped it in the process. Afterwards bought a Titan stud extractor(6mm-10mm) and took it back same day because it didnt work and is way too bulky. So i looked around EVERYWHERE on the internet for something else. Saw this particular item on the Home Depot website and watched the video..."10 Seconds or less"...I was like "yah right!!" Well I was wrong!! Bought it and used the #2 cutter/extractor AND LITERALLY REMOVED THIS STUD IN ABOUT 7 SECONDS FLAT!!!!! For $20 you get 4 bits and a case. Im not someone who works for this company trying to "SELL" this to you...Im a DIY that had to write a review on something that actually works because believe me...IN LIFE THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING THAT NEEDS TO BE FIXED AND YOU WILL RUN INTO PROBLEMS THAT MAKE YOU WANNA SCREAM LOUD!!!! This put a smile on my face :))
Date published: 2015-08-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extracted stud- Awesome tool Tool was purchased for a broken intake manifold bolt/ stud on boat motor. It was difficult due to the remaining portion of the stud was broken below the head and was also jagged to cut into. I used a center punch the best I could, then sprayed with WD-40 and began to cut slowly. Once deep enough, I flipped the tool over and leaned in for the kill. Ever so slowly I pressed the trigger on my Ridgid drill then= Freedom, the bolt jumped out of its tomb.
Date published: 2015-07-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best of any extractor tools I have purchased I have purchased 2 other brand name extractors over the years (I'm a person of a certain age), but this product is far and above either of those brand name products. I have used this only three times, but was excited to fix my last two problems based upon the ease of fixing the first one using this product. I have lived with half driven screws here and there because I could not remove them. Now my previous work is clean, and I almost look forward to a problem screw so I can laugh at it, knowing I will prevail with this set. Buy one. Get one for a friend. Heck, buy one for an enemy and make him wonder what's wrong with you.
Date published: 2015-01-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It works, first time, every time The speed out set is designed to extract a screw, where the head of the screw, has been stripped out. FYI, If your screw head breaks off, this set will not help you. If you are continuously stripping screwheads my thoughts are this; first, put down the impact drill, second, turn the clutch down, lowering the driving power of your drill, third, if you still have problems, drill a pilot hole first.
Date published: 2015-03-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from All I can say is... wow! I have to say I was not impressed by the reviews. I had a broken bolt I was trying to remove from a motorcycle oil pump. Unfortunately, I am also mechanically inept. I bought this more out of desperation to try on a broken bolt. The head was broken off completely. I thought I would try this before taking to a motorcycle mechanic. Instructions were pretty straight forward. I started to drill the hole, put in the extracting end, and the bolt came out smooth as butter. It was effortless! I was absolutely floored. I never write reviews but thought I had to share this. This product is definitely a keeper!
Date published: 2015-07-16
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