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🔥Screw Extractor(4 Pcs/5pcs/6pcs)🔥

$13.99 $23.32
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No more frustrating with a stuck-screw!

Our Damage-Free Screw Extractor can easily remove any stripped, broken, stuck and damaged screw in seconds. Works in double sides perfectly with any drill and any screw size or bolts.

It can even remove four-inch long, stubborn deck screws out of redwood. No problem with rust and metal corrosion!

  • 【REMOVE DAMAGED SCREWS EFFICIENTLY】Hard to remove your old and broken screws? Screw Easy Out combined Extractor, and Drillbit together is specially designed to remove stripped or damaged screws and bolts in wallboard, wood and sheet metal applications quickly and easily, making your work easier.
  • 【PREMIUM MATERIAL】Screw Easy Out is made of superior high-speed steel with high hardness and anti-corrosion features, which ensures high efficiency and stable performance. Great for removing stripped, broken head, rusted, unscrewed, free-spinning and deck screws.
  • 【EASY TO USE】More convenient than double-sided screw remover. Two easy steps, just need an electric drill, no other tools need, no need to change up and down, select a smaller bit than the damaged screw, you can easily remove the screw, please make sure to run the drill in reverse during the process.

  • 【MORE SIZE OPTIONS】Includes 4 Different Sizes - ( 1#, 2#, 3#, 4#) in one set, which is suitable for most drills and sizes of screws or bolts (4-12mm). This screw remover set works on Allen bolts, Machine Screws, Lag Bolts, Wood Screws, Hex Bolts, Sheet Metal Screws, Rounded Bolts, etc.

Usage Scenarios

Screw Easy Out is ideal for tools that require the removal of screws, including bolts in wallboard, wood and sheet metal applications. Suitable for the most common drill bits and screws or bolts of any size.


  • High-Speed Steel

Package Contents

  • Screw Easy Out(4 Pcs)

  • #1 × 1

  • #2 × 1

  • #3 × 1

  • #4 × 1


It is best to use with an electric hand-drill, can not be used the hammer drill!

  1. Slowly start to drill a hole into the screw head or bolt with the cutting size. This creates a cone-shaped hole that makes it easy for the extractor head to grab onto.
  2. Flip the drill bit to the extractor side. Reverse your drill and start slow to allow the threads to catch. Continue to screw or drill until the bolt or screw is fully removed.


  • Remove damaged screws or nuts
  • Due to manual measurements, please allow slight measurement deviations.
  • Due to the different display and lighting effects, the actual color of the item may be slightly different from the color displayed on the picture.