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SpeedOut 8-1/8-in Double-Ended Screw Extractor for $12.98

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SpeedOut 8-1/8-in Double-Ended Screw Extractor for $12.98 before tax (YMMV)

MSRP: $19.98

Seemed like a good deal. When the cashier scanned it, it showed regular price. I showed her the picture of the price and they marked it down. Also, mine don't have a titanium colored tip on the drill bit side as shown in the picture.

Lowe's: https://www.lowes.com/pd/SpeedOut...1000170531
Brickseek: https://brickseek.com/lowes-inven...1000170531
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Nice find. None near me
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Tons around me but all at full price.
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Tons around me but all at full price.
It's the same for me on brickseek. When I went in though, it was marked down.
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Nice find. Thanks op
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Project Farm: Which bolt and screw extractor set is best? [youtube.com]

I've personally never been successful with any of these. The problem is that the screw head usually stripped because the threads were seized. An extractor isn't going to fix that and will probably have less force than the original head.
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Project Farm: Which bolt and screw extractor set is best? [youtube.com]

I've personally never been successful with any of these. The problem is that the screw head usually stripped because the threads were seized. An extractor isn't going to fix that and will probably have less force than the original head.

The ONLY thing that works consistently and with ease are "Vampliers Screw extraction pliers"
https://www.vampiretools.com/

Spent hours going back and forth to homecenter and they recomended different versions of the SpeedOut extractors only to prove useless.
Ordered the vampliers and literally less than 1 minute it was out!
Worth every penny!
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Project Farm: Which bolt and screw extractor set is best? [youtube.com]

I've personally never been successful with any of these. The problem is that the screw head usually stripped because the threads were seized. An extractor isn't going to fix that and will probably have less force than the original head.
They sell hope! Can't put a price on that.
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These things ought to come with some sort of religious text so you can pray while using them. Both methods seem equally effective. See Project Farm for better choices.
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The ONLY thing that works consistently and with ease are "Vampliers Screw extraction pliers"
https://www.vampiretools.com/

Spent hours going back and forth to homecenter and they recomended different versions of the SpeedOut extractors only to prove useless.
Ordered the vampliers and literally less than 1 minute it was out!
Worth every penny!
Vampire tools are rebranded Engineer tools made in Japan and can be bought cheaper as such, same pliers in a different color. Easy ~$10 savings.
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Quote from lotsalotsadeals
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The ONLY thing that works consistently and with ease are "Vampliers Screw extraction pliers"
https://www.vampiretools.com/

Spent hours going back and forth to homecenter and they recomended different versions of the SpeedOut extractors only to prove useless.
Ordered the vampliers and literally less than 1 minute it was out!
Worth every penny!
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Vampire tools are rebranded Engineer tools made in Japan and can be bought cheaper as such, same pliers in a different color. Easy ~$10 savings.
Thanks for the tips, I should try these some day.

Vampliers 8": https://www.amazon.com/VAMPLIERS-...B00LMOAYR2

Engineer 204mm: https://www.amazon.com/Engineer-Neji-saurus-PZ-59-Screw-Pliers/dp/B00NBSVYOY [amazon.com]
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I owned a set, they don't work, got mad, threw them in garbage.

Look for left handed drill bits and E-Z out set, and lots of skill/luck, heat and penetrating oil.
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I have a set, used it three times, never worked for me.
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I removed a few hundred screws using one set of these when rebuilding shutters and trying to salvage the original hardware. Worked perfectly and saved a lot of time.
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Similar tools are often in the $3-5 range with various claims of metal hardness on your chinese-crap-direct.com typically with names like "Damaged Screw Extractor for Removing Metal Stripped Screw Tool"

That said I frequently have luck if any of the screw head is exposed with a good many-purpose locking vice grip pliers.
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