WoodSpur A4 Stainless Steel Wood Screw
WoodSpur A4 Stainless Steel Wood Screw
£5.52 - £19.15 (£4.60 - £15.96 Ex. VAT)

WoodSpur A4 Stainless Steel Wood Screw

  • A4 marine grade stainless steel
  • Torx head
  • Suitable for outdoor and marine use
  • Needle sharp, self-cutting tip that requires no pilot hole or pre-drilling
  • Wax lubricated threads
  • Double self-countersunk head
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£5.52 - £19.15 (£4.60 - £15.96 Ex. VAT)

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A4 (also known as Marine Grade) stainless steel contains a small amount of molybdenum, which creates a particular type of steel having a much higher resistance to surface corrosion when compared with standard A2 stainless steel. The screws have a Torx head ensuring the virtual elimination of 'cam out', where the screwdriver is liable to slip under pressure, damaging both the screw head and the bit. Screw threads are also wax lubricated for almost effortless driving into most timbers. These screws are suitable for all outdoor projects such as garden furniture, timber framing, sheds as well as boat building and renovation. Boxes of 200. Except 5 x 60mm wood screws which are boxes of 100.

Reviews (3)

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Overall rating 4.9 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

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John Bolwell

23 September 2017

Professional quality screws

Outstanding product. I have much bitter experience with poor quality stainless steel screws and have long been on the lookout for a top-drawer product. These are excellent, ideal for use in oak. The torx drive is far better than posi - not had a single cam-out in 400 screws and no bit breakages. Slightly limited in size options at the moment but hopefully that will be put right. Now my first-choice screws.
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Jonathon

19 September 2017

Not sure I'll go back to pozi/philips head

I bought these screws because I was after stainless steel screws, not because of the Torx head. However I am a convert to them. Absolutely no slip of the driver bit in the screwhead which allows for one handed screwing in. The only downside is that I bought a box of 10 T20 bits and I am still on the first one after 200+ screws (not something you could claim with a PZ2 bit). Not sure when I am ever going to use them all up.
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Niall Hammond

5 June 2015

Great product - needs more sizes and bigger packs

For the past few years I have been a great fan of Screwfix's stainless turbo ultra screws which have posi drive heads, following a blog comment response I gave these a go.

These screws work very well starting easily in Oak and Beech which even without pilot holes they don't split. The self countersinking head does what it is supposed to and this gives a good finish. It is difficult to tell when comparing to a rival posi drive screw but the wax lubrication of the thread does make driving easier and the torx heads means less pressure needs to be applied and the bit never slips.

So far (and they have not undergone as long a test) they are as corrosion resistant as A4 stainless should be.

The only issues are there are not enough sizes offered and the packs are fairly small so bulk purchasing will be slightly more expensive, however the reduced waste and removing duff screws should make up for that.

If you are driving the smaller sizes into Oak then do use a pilot hole, this is a general issues with A4 stainless which is very brittle and the screws easily break, especially when the head starts to countersink. This can happen with the larger sizes as well but is less common.

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