Still the best screws I have found
Posted December 28, 2013
Had problems with the drivers originally, but the replacements I bought have stood the test of time. (I think I got a faulty batch.) In any event, here I am, 3 years on and back buying more of these excellent screws.
These screws are fantastic. I purchased...
Posted December 16, 2011
These screws are fantastic. I purchased two lengths in #6 & #8. I was so happy a placed another order for more lengths. I drill a pilot hole so the driver does not strip out the screw head. Much less susceptilble to strip out than phillips heads. Self countersinking works well, and is super plus over regular screws. I wish these were available years ago.
After stripping many Phillip head screws...
Posted July 3, 2011
After stripping many Phillip head screws or breaking them off I've been looking for a screw that will work as it's suppose to time after time and a driver that does not strip out the head. I'm a strong believer in this product. I've not experienced the issue with the driver that Ken from Australia notes.
I bought #6 Torx screws in...
Posted November 12, 2010
I bought #6 Torx screws in 1/2", 5/8", 3/4" and 1" lengths because the brass screws I was using to mount some brass hinges mortised into walnut kept breaking, despite carefully drilled pilot holes. The Torx screws exceeded expectations: strong! self-tapping although I still pre-drilled for my project with a brassy finish that doesn't look bad with the brass hinges. I agree with the other reviewers. This is a terrific product.
Love the screws, hate the drivers....
Posted June 14, 2010
Love the screws, hate the drivers. The first one wore out after about 50 screws, and the second one only lasted 3. Granted I was driving into Australian hardwood, but the screws were only 3/4". They seem to be made of a soft metal which is too easily chewed up.4/21/2011As a follow up to my previous comments, I have now destroyed two more driver bits. They really need to be made from a stronger metal, especially given the grip they have on the screw head, which leaves no opportunity to slip. On each occasion, I have twisted the tip right off the drivers. Still love the screws though.