This screw is manufactured from high-quality S2 steel and features a sturdy hardened and tempered construction that matches well with most tamper-resistant star screws sold by German companies.
A set of 13 tamper-resistant star bits with 1/4-inch shanks plus 1 T-5 star bit & AP connector is included in this kit
These Tamper Resistant sizes are T-6, T-7, T-8, T-9, T-10, T-15, T-20, T-25, T-27, T-30, T-35, T-40, along with a storage case that is orange in color.
Easily found in automobiles, repairs, trucks, automobiles, engines, motorcycles, interiors, dashboards, computers, cable boxes, toys, appliances and consumer electronics, drill bits can also be found in many other areas.
In order to prevent Cam-Out, these 6-Lobe 1/4" shank hex bits will click on to most standard sockets, screwdrivers, drill driver kits & power tool With each bit having a hole in the center, they are resistible to tampering
Questions & Answers
How many head screws does it take?
In truth, I am not certain whether it will work on computer hard drives, but I bought it anyway, since it only cost 9 bucks and it worked for me.
For what purpose does an AP connector exist?
To the best of my knowledge, it will be useless until I get an adapter (sort of a sleeve) for a set of hex drivers (I have not
What is the location of the companies that make these tools?
Although they are from China, they are well made and well tempered.
Is the portion labeled "AD" for anything specific?
I would not use this socket adapter with any of the other pieces
Selected User Reviews For HORUSDY 14-Piece Tamper Resistant Star Bits, S2 Alloy Steel, T5 - T40 Security Torx Bit Set (14-Piece)
This is not a durable material
With a drill or driver, you cannot tighten or loosen. If you attempt to do so, they can snap or break.
| Nov 09, 2020
There is a need for population control
A star bit can be used to remove screws that aren't supposed to be removed by ordinary tools. How it works is by making the indent of a star bit larger but adding a tiny prong in the middle, so a solid star bit wouldn't To be performed with a star bit with a hole in the center. We need you to make a difference in the world There is another set of special bits to add. . So there you go. What you're saying makes sense to me. The Phillips head is the only one I have. Right now, all I have is a tool box full of bits and In addition, I do not have room for such a project Any new entries should go in the new box. It's likely that I will have to purchase a new set of jillion+ bits. The 15/64th star bit is what you use in what way even? Anyway, that's all for now. The bits worked fine and were of good quality. They came in every size and were of good quality.
| Mar 04, 2021
Would be better if it were It has been determined that the T15 security hole may not exist Other than that, it seems to be all right
There are two of the larger bits that I need. It would have been better if I spent more, but that is also not a guarantee of perfection.
| Apr 10, 2021
It is cast from a poor quality metal and snapped off on the first Since it was used with a manual screwdriver, high torque exerted on it was not required
| Oct 21, 2020
1-Bit will be taken care of by this program There are 2 of them that you will come across in your life
Have you ever thought about why Torx screws are used for security purposes? As you can see, your vehicle contains a number of different fasteners, screws, nuts, and regular Torx screws. Somebody was sitting around in a design meeting and they said, "we ought to create a new security Torx screw to attach the MAF sensor to make it difficult for anyone to steal it. ". Do you believe that was the conversation that we had? Does someone have to sign off on this? How much did they get as a bonus that year for this? To what extent did their annual goals include the development of Torx screws are cheap and can be used with any screwdriver or ratchet adapter, and we mean a $5 set of bits. It won't be possible for anyone to pull the dreaded prank with the MAF sensor anymore! It's not the only place where I've seen them, but I'm sure they're used elsewhere as well. In any case. When I order a tool to deal with a single screw, those are the factors I take into account.
| Nov 30, 2020
I was not able to get it to work
Despite the tamper proof pin in the screw, the hole in the center of the screw was so shallow that it I was riding a Giant bicycle at the time.
| Jun 03, 2021
The bits are strong, but not perfect
I used the T-shaped bits To remove 1/4-inch security screws which had been embedded for 30 years in concrete, use a 40-tooth bit. it was necessary to ask for help with the The screws were painted with all the paint on them This set appealed to me so much that I bought it. . ) The screws were so tight I had to use an impact driver to turn them. Unable to hold the screw in place, the screw head I would give this bit a strength rating of 3 because it was a little marked up after the job, but it is still generally fine. As far as these bits are concerned, they are excellent. The reviewer who gave a T-score of B reported that hisT-score was C This was because 15 bit did not have a security hole My T-mobile is to blame for this There is one off-bit in every 10 bits The centre. This is so far away from being practical that it is ineffective for security however, it could still work on regular T-cells This screw is 10 screws long.
| Aug 26, 2020
The bits are great, but the container needs to be durable
This set includes a wide variety of very small sizes, enabling the bits themselves to be very high quality. A pair of orange rubber strips, however, barely holds the set in place. As soon as they fall, they are gone. It would be much more likely for the set to remain useful in the toolbox if it came with a simple plastic container or case. Basically, the smaller sizes become less desirable once they go off on their own. If I can get hold of something I'll add it, but it gets one star deducted for not having a container, which would have made it a perfect 5.
| Jul 16, 2020