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1-lb Grip Rite Prime Guard Type 17 Point 10"x 2-1/2" Deck Screw (Stainless Steel) EXPIRED

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Amazon has 1-lb Grip Rite Prime Guard Type 17 Point 10"x 2-1/2" Deck Screw (Stainless Steel, MAXS62703) for $10.98. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Drive System: Torx
  • Head Style: Bugle
  • Item Dimensions: LxWxH 4.53 x 5.91 x 2.36 inches
  • Type 17 Point Deck Screw
  • 10 By 2-1/2-Inch T25 Star Drive
  • 305 Stainless Steel 1 Pound Tub
  • Brand Name: Grip Rite Prime Guard

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Prime Guard Max MAXS62703 Type 17 Point Deck Screw #10 by 2-1/2-inch T25 Star Drive 305 Stainless Steel 1 pound tub. L

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Good deal for 1lb boxes. If you can use 5 lb, home Depot has these exact same ones cheaper at only $10 a pound.
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Stainless is nice, but expensive. There is little to no difference [deckwise.com] between 304 and the OP 305 SS, whereas the best available would probably be the 316 SS used for Marine application. The Type 17 point, like the OP is the most common to not 'normally' have to pre-drill.

That said, most residential applications can get by with epoxy coated deck screws. For those, the deal from Lowes for 1,000 -10 x 2-1/2" [lowes.com] and the 800 -10 x 3" [lowes.com], both Type 17 point, delivered for $29.98 are hard to beat.
FYI: 1# is about 75 screws. Sometimes I'm shocked how fast I can burn through 75 screws. Maybe for many folks you'll be better off with the HD 5# bucket.

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Good deal for 1lb boxes. If you can use 5 lb, home Depot has these exact same ones cheaper at only $10 a pound.
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Thanks. Tempted to buy even without a n outdoor project and never regret 5 vs 1 lb.

The price premium for stainless isn't often worth it to me except for certain outdoor projects, but might be at this price.
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Quote from Dvaren :
Good deal for 1lb boxes. If you can use 5 lb, home Depot has these exact same ones cheaper at only $10 a pound.
Amazon has some 5-lb boxes of the same brand for better per-pound prices too:
2" for $45.10 [amazon.com]
3" for $43.98 [amazon.com]

But agreed with the OP - if you don't need 5 pounds, this is a good deal! Smilie
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FYI: 1# is about 75 screws. Sometimes I'm shocked how fast I can burn through 75 screws. Maybe for many folks you'll be better off with the HD 5# bucket.
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I don't buy 1lb boxes myself, but I will say that GripRite is one of the better value screws out there. I've used every other brand out there, and very few will fit the torx bits properly. They wobble way too much and don't drive straight because of their fit.

It's as if every other brand is an inbetween measurement. Like the PowerPro and GRK will say T25 , but in reality it's more between a T26 and T27. Even the bits that come with the screws do not fit right.

Basically, the best screws I've used (all are torx, or torx combo style, because no other head type should exist lol) are , my new favorite, the Simpson StrongTie, Spax, and GripRite. You can't go wrong with those three.
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I don't buy 1lb boxes myself, but I will say that GripRite is one of the better value screws out there. I've used every other brand out there, and very few will fit the torx bits properly. They wobble way too much and don't drive straight because of their fit.

It's as if every other brand is an inbetween measurement. Like the PowerPro and GRK will say T25 , but in reality it's more between a T26 and T27. Even the bits that come with the screws do not fit right.

Basically, the best screws I've used (all are torx, or torx combo style, because no other head type should exist lol) are , my new favorite, the Simpson StrongTie, Spax, and GripRite. You can't go wrong with those three.
They are all very good screws, but Simpson screws are typically structural and are very different (both in price and structure value) than grip rite and spax.
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T25 * screw beards are the best kind of screws. It made a huge time saving & energy used difference when I made my deck compared to using the + screw heads.
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I believe Amazon matched Home Depot in-store...

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Prime.../203354085
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No two day delivery.
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Though they say deck screws, are they rated for outdoor use, especially exposed to elements?
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1lbs but how many screw is that? 305 count?
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Stainless is nice, but expensive. There is little to no difference [deckwise.com] between 304 and the OP 305 SS, whereas the best available would probably be the 316 SS used for Marine application. The Type 17 point, like the OP is the most common to not 'normally' have to pre-drill.

That said, most residential applications can get by with epoxy coated deck screws. For those, the deal from Lowes for 1,000 -10 x 2-1/2" [lowes.com] and the 800 -10 x 3" [lowes.com], both Type 17 point, delivered for $29.98 are hard to beat.
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Quote from ToolDeals :
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Stainless is nice, but expensive. There is little to no difference [deckwise.com] between 304 and the OP 305 SS, whereas the best available would probably be the 316 SS used for Marine application. The Type 17 point, like the OP is the most common to not 'normally' have to pre-drill.

That said, most residential applications can get by with epoxy coated deck screws. For those, the deal from Lowes for 1,000 -10 x 2-1/2" [lowes.com] and the 800 -10 x 3" [lowes.com], both Type 17 point, delivered for $29.98 are hard to beat.
I'm working on a boat deck (freshwater tin can). Do you think those epoxy coated deck screws will be OK?
I'll be laying some outdoor carpet or EVA foam over the top
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