This Drill Bit Easily Removes Stripped and Broken Screws
By Ryan on 02/06/2017 11:56 AM
The last time I stripped a screw, I was installing a floating media center in my living room and luckily it was the last screw to be put in. We left the screw hanging half-way out of its hole, and never looked at it again. It's now the new house owners issue to deal with if and when they decide to ever remove that media center. This drill bit called the SpinOut can be used to easily remove stripped and broken screws within just 10 seconds.
Instead of having to sell your house, or burn it down to start fresh when you strip a screw, you can now easily remove it without the 6 month hassle of finding a new home. The stripped screw extracting drill bit has two different sides to it, one that cuts into the broken screw and removes the damaged parts, and the other side to actually extract the screw.
To use it, simply insert the drill bit into your drill just like any other bit you've used, and use the cutting end to remove the damaged bits, then turn the bit around and use the other end to actually extract and remove the stripped screw.
The package comes with a set of 4 drill bits, each made to extract different sized damaged or stripped screws. The drill bits work on machine screws, wood screws, along with philips, flat head, hex, and even screws that have been painted over.
The stripped screw extracting drill bits are made from 100% carbon steel, removes any stripped screw in just 10 seconds, and makes for a perfect gift idea for Dad, a carpenter, a handy-men, a mechanic, etc...
Check out the drill bit that easily removes stripped and broken screws in action via the video below.