Milwaukee’s 4-Piece Screw Extractor Set Makes Quick Work of Stripped Screws and Bolts
Stripped screws and rounded bolts can pose a challenge on the jobsite or home renovation project. While screw and bolt extractors aren’t a new concept, Milwaukee’s version features a new design to help you remove tricky, stripped screws and bolts. We’re looking at the Milwaukee Screw Extractor set to see how it breaks the mold with its double-sided blueprint.
Milwaukee M2 Screw Extractor: Overview
- Double-sided design
- M2 Steel provides enhanced durability
- Side A: Drill at high speeds in reverse
- Side B: Drill at low speeds in reverse
- Optimized for use in drill drivers
- Sizes 1-3 compatible with impact drivers on low speed
- Compatible with 1/4-inch, 5/16-inch, and 3/8-inch No. 10 bolts
- Compatible with No. 4 to No. 24 screws
The Milwaukee Screw Extractor set comes in four pieces, with varying sizes to help you remove a variety of screws and bolts. For size compatibility, these extractors fit 1/2-inch, 5/16-inch, and 3/8-inch No. 10 bolts, and also screws in sizes No. 4 to No. 24.
Unlike most of their kind, which feature a single-sided, inline layout, the main feature that these accessories do differently is their double-sided design. This configuration simplifies the screw-extraction process with labeled A and B sides. Side A is to be used for high-speed reverse drilling, and side B is for low-speed reverse drilling when you need more traction.
Milwaukee tells us these accessories are optimized for use in drill drivers. Sizes 1-3 are also compatible with impact drivers for low-speed extraction.
Additionally, the extractors’ M2 steel body keeps them durable and ensures a longer life when removing hardened screws and bolts.
Price and Availability
This screw extractor four-pack retails for $19.97. You can find it at your favorite Milwaukee retailer starting in July 2023.