Easy Out Screw Extractor

Extracts Hard To Remove Screws & Bolts


Easy Out Drill Bit Extractor Steps
Easy Out Drill Bit Extractor Steps

Many of you probably have encountered a screw or bolt for some reason just will not come out using a screwdriver or even a drill. Maybe the head has been stripped or is rusted over and difficult to remove. Now, you can get those nasty screws or bolts out by using the Easy Out Screw Extractor by Aisxle. This extractor set is truly amazing. It removes screws of all types such as straight heads, Philips, hex and others. You may be asking yourself just how this tool works. Read on.

It comes with a set of four extractor bit sizes that removes screws or bolts of different sizes. It has two ends and each end does a different function in the screw or bolt removal process.

The first step is to use the serrated end that will bore or drill a hole in the damaged, rusted, or stripped screw. Place the other side of the bit (threaded end) into a drill that has a reverse position function. Then, drill a hole in the center of the bad screw using the serrated part of the bit with the drill in the reverse position. After that is done, the next step is to remove the bit and turn it around and use the other end (threaded) to remove the screw. Place the serrated end of the bit into the drill and place the threaded end into the pre-made hole. Using the reverse position of the drill, turn on the drill and you should see the screw being removed from the attachment point. It is recommended that when you first start the drill use a slow setting then gradually increase speed until the screw is totally removed.

This extractor tool kit will come in handy the next time you encounter a stubborn screw or bolt to remove. It also makes for a great gift for those handy men, carpenters, repairmen, contractors, and do-it-yourselfers.

The manufacture provides a unique triple guarantee that if you are not 100% satisfied, and if the drill bit breaks or is damaged, ship it back for a full refund. Or, if you should lose it, they will ship you out another one for free by just letting them know. What a deal!

What’s nice about this extractor set it comes with a compact black case to store the bits in. The case is small enough to fit into your tool box and is ready to be used to remove the next stubborn screw or bolt.

Bit Sizes In Box

The drill bits in this set are listed below showing the screw numbers and bolt each bit can extract.

Easy Out Drill Bit Sizes
Easy Out Drill Bit Sizes

#1 Bit – Removes No. 4 – No. 7 Screws or Bolt No. 10 (5mm)
#2 Bit – Removes No. 8 – No. 10 Screws or Bolt ¼ In. (6mm)
#3 Bit – Removes No. 11 – No. 14 Screws or Bolt 5/16 in. (8mm)
#4 Bit – Removes No. 16 – No. 24 Screws Bolt 3/8 in. (10mm)

Video – Easy Out Drill Bit In Action

The video below is not of this product. However, the bits used in the video are exactly like the ones used in the Easy Out extractor drill kit. The instructions and the use of the tool is what you will do to remove screws or bolts.

Product Description

The serrated extracting end of tool bites into the damaged screw head. You can now easily remove the most stubborn hard to remove screws. Great for removing stripped, broken, stuck or damaged screws. Made from hardened tool steel and tempered twice for extra hardness and a lifetime of use. The 2 in 1 drill bit and extractor in one tool extracts fasteners fast. Compatible with quick chuck systems or chuck directly into drill. When removing screws or bolts use the reverse position on the drill for doing this job.

BRAND: Aisxle
NAME: Easy Out Screw Extractor

Easy Out Screw Extractor Set Case
Easy Out Screw Extractor Set Case – Black

DESCRIPTION: Now, you can get those nasty screws or bolts out by using the Easy Out Screw Extractor by Aisxle, and has the following features: Weighs 3.2 Ounces, Dimensions 8 x 2 x 0.6 inches, 4 2-in-1 Extractor Drill Bits, Material High Speed Steel, Hardness 62-63HRC, Color Silver, Triple Guarantee, Model Number Aisxle-168.
CATEGORY: “Tools & Home Improvement”, “Power Tool Parts & Accessories”, “Drill Bits”
REVIEW RATING: 3.9 stars, based on 1,470 reviews

Product Specifications

  • Manufacture: Aisxle
  • Model Number: Aisxle-168
  • Color: Silver
  • Weight: 3.2 ounces
  • Dimensions: 8 x 2 x 0.6 inches
  • Material: High Speed Steel
  • Drill Bits: 4 2-in-1
  • Hardness: 62-63hrc
  • Triple Guarantee: If you’re not 100% happy with it, ship it back and we will refund your money, If the drill bit breaks or is damaged, ship it back and we will replace it for FREE, if you ever lose the product, just let us know and we will ship you out another one….for free!
  • In The Box: 1 set of 4 different size 2-in-1 bits, 1 case, and instructions

Product Pricing

The price for this screw extractor kit is provided to consumers so they can compare them with other similar products.

Price: $11.88

Note: The price of this product is subject to change without notice.

Product Rating, Customer Reviews & Answered Questions

This extraction bit set is rated 3.9 stars out of 5 by 1,470 customers which is very good.

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You can read all of the low rated or #1 reviews for this product by clicking on the following link: Customer Reviews!

You can read and review all of the 49 answered questions for this product by clicking on the following link: Answered Questions!


  1. The 4 piece screw extractor set works with any drill and screw size or bolt.
  2. Made from H.S.S 4341#, and the hardness is 62-63HRC.
  3. Triple guarantee if not completely satisfied.
  4. Easy removal in two steps.
  5. The bits are tempered twice for extra hardness.


  1. You must use a drill with a reverse position.
  2. These bits are not for commercial screw removal.


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