A patented, multi-purpose machine made in Japan by Vampliers Remove stripped, corroded, damaged, jammed nuts, bolts and screws that are stripped, rusted, corroded or corroded
Screws should be extracted with unique or tamper-evident heads With a wire cutter and cable wire twisting made easy, you have a proof head, torx and one-way security screws.
An environmentally friendly product with ergonomic handle grips made of Elastomer and a corrosion-resistant, smooth varnish finish in accordance with RoHS
VAMPLIERS is a patented technology that has vertically and horizontally serrated jaws that cannot slip on screw heads
Please note It may not be possible for Vampliers to remove screws that are particularly hardened or glued
Questions & Answers
Could anyone tell me if these will work on screws where the head has been torn off (only the body of the screw remains)?
The screw head is not damaged, so they will be able to work on it. They must, however, have a sufficient amount of shaft to hold on to. When the screw is tightly stuck, vice grips are an even better alternative than a good grip if there is still enough shaft left. If the broken screw is severe enough, you may even decide to grip the exposed shaft with the Vampliers, which have a superior grip due to their vertical teeth. You can then clamp a large pair of vice grips to the Vampliers' jaws for greater leverage and grip.
Was Scotty Kilmer's recommendation the one you're asking about?
The Vampire Tools Inc. e-book is also from this company. This model belongs to the same registered brand, but it is different from the other models in the series. A VT-001 (part number of the manufacturer) is the model Scotty Kilmer is referring to in the video. From 001 to 999 The 8th part (PRO) is the manufacturer's part number. Both sets of pliers are excellent. Model 6 is the first model. A 25" model and an 8" PRO model are both equipped with a VAMPLIERS screw extraction system. The result is that they are unique in the market and the "World's Best Pliers."
Does this tool come from a specific place? Where should we go? Is it China?
Designed by Engineer Inc., it is manufactured in Japan. This tool is made by Futaba
Do you think this will work on damaged screws that are thread-locked?
I have not tried a screw that has thread lock, so I am sorry.
Selected User Reviews For VAMPLIERS, Best Made Pliers by Vampire Tools Inc. Patented Technology Screw Extraction Pliers for any damage/rusted/security/specialty screw nuts and bolt (VamPLIERS VT-001)
While using the best screwdrivers available, I tried to loosen the screw but I simply ended up rounding out all of its parts
This is the first time I have written a review for any Amazon product, but I'm really impressed with the product. My wife got a new dryer last weekend and had to switch out the hardware because the door opens backwards. I found this review to be very insightful. Almost all of this went well, but a single bolt would not budge because it was apparently tightened by Godzilla or one of his relatives, and it stopped my entire process. With all my might and using good screwdrivers, I tried loosening the screw with all of my might, but eventually I rounded out the entire bolt head's threads. In the end, I had to turn to my not so trusty collection of screw extraction tools, and I drilled out the center of the bolt and succeeded in inserting an extractor tap into it, which then broke at the top of said bolt, making it impossible to drill into She threatened me with death as I was unable to remove the single screw, so I pleaded for mercy as I could not remove the screw in the specified time frame. I told her I would conclude the job by the following day. In my case, I purchased bits that were left handed. There was one new extraction kit, a generic rotary tool just in case I needed to go full caveman for extraction, and two cheap pliers for $26. It also horrified me that I had to pay $26 for a pair of pliers, but since then I have come to love and respect them. When I removed the bolt when I got home from work, I broken an existing LH extrusion and a new ring. We are out of In the meantime, I opened these pliers, grabbed the round head bit outside, wrapped it around the jaws and turned it. Something freaked out and turned the bolt. It wasn't a gimmick, there weren't any blood blisters on my hands, and it didn't take long to get results There is nothing left. After turning the bolt once, the broken end broke and broke the bolt. grips did not work, ordinary pliers did not work, extractors did not work, quality screwdrivers did not work. Within a short time my stress level dropped and I felt the flow of peace returning to my life. My prayers were answered, even There isn't enough to say about this product, $26 is steep for a small pair of pliers but if they work as advertised (as they did), then I am a big.
| Jun 09, 2021
A total waste of time
This pair of pliers is just the right shape for grabbing the head of a stripped screw, but that is all that they do. jaws of the compressor are made out of steel so soft that as they rotate around the screw, they just scar themselves. The design was great but the manufacturing was poor. In this price range, I would have expected more. The minimum requirement is that it should be.
| Apr 19, 2021
It is just not advisable to use them more than a few times since the steel is very soft
My friends and I were both ecstatic when we first tried these, and I made several purchases as Christmas presents. The job is done by them very well- Initially, they are very effective but the steel in them is far too soft for the company's needs. My wallet is completely worn down after just a few weeks, even though I don't use it a lot- We've only got a handful of #8 screws attached to wood (with rot, to boot), so this is definitely nothing out of the ordinary. In response, I contacted Vampire Tools, who responded very quickly and offered to send out a replacement on the Well, I was thinking that I'd be happy with a two-star rating if the durability of the product was good. I am here for The deal was done two weeks ago, and there hasn't been any word from my replacement. Let's just say I'm not very.
| May 06, 2021
I would not recommend it
Can't figure out why all the positive reviews are so positive. I used these to remove a stripped screw from a bicycle rim the first time, but they ended up stripping I am surprised at how soft the steel is. I would not recommend it.
| Jun 16, 2021
Spending $30 on this was one of my best decisions
There were screws already attached to my ceiling fan and light The insertion It is necessary to unscrew them and re-install them to build the fan. I think a solid idea, except for one stubborn screw (plus head). There were several plus-points that I tried The sizes of head screws were determined by hand and with my drill, and the same was done for the size of flat-headed screwdriver The rubber band technique didn't work. All I did was to continue removing the screw until it snapped more and more, with more and more particularly unladylike invective. As part of the fan, it was already screwed into place, so I didn't want to try drilling it out and removing it. It turns out that this was something I found online and was pointed to by Amazon reviews (thank you so much, reviewers). To be honest, the name is adorable enough to justify buying the pliers, but $30 is a bit steep for something so cute. I had to try a few times, but my pliers were small enough to get into a tight spot, latch on tightly, and remain in that position until I could finally pull that baby Moreover, I have a major weakness. Screws that have been stripped before have been very annoying for me, so I am on the look-out for solutions. It is a pleasure to have these people in my toolbox. We give you 10 There are many benefits to buying this product I had an adorable name* I had a manageable size* I had a super-soft texture The weather is getting crazy- I believe you are Fangy. Cons they are not invective, but they work seriously
Pros no slip grip on screw * Who spends $30 on a pair of pliers* I spent $30 on a pair of pliers and am not regretting my decision at all.
| Jun 26, 2021
It has been 6 hours since you had your headache
It is good to have when using a computer. The screw in my computer's motherboard is a M2 slot SSD, and I have tried some 100 screwdrivers but none of them have worked. I spent 6 hours trying various methods to unscrew it to fit my new M2 SSD, but it would not even budge. I didn't want to risk damaging something so small with a drill, and since computer parts are expensive, I didn't want to risk removing and damaging the screw head. This plier turned out to be very helpful! This screw was removed in just When they grabbed it, they didn't slip at all, and although I expected them to be too large for the M2 screw, they were wide enough. Since I'll spend a lot of time working with computers, I might order the small version later. That will definitely save me headaches and I am not going to use a screwdriver again. Since this screw is very small, it's also magnetized to stay in place in order to prevent it from falling out, so I had to use pliers to reinsert it. There is no doubt that I.
| Aug 22, 2020