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About Bosch Torx Bits
No frustration is worse than needing to stop mid-project because you’ve encountered a screw head that you don’t have a bit for. We have you covered because even though it’s the third most popular fastener head in use today, Bosch Torx bits are the quality components you need to get the job done right. Torx heads came into popularity towards the end of the twentieth century. Up to that point, Phillips head screws were used in most industrial and commercial applications. Phillips heads are designed to limit cam outs by having bits purposefully slip out of alignment when the fastener is properly tightened. As anyone who’s worked with them knows, this leads to stripped screw heads and damaged bits after multiple installations and removals. As machinery became more precise, torque could be better monitored, and Phillips heads were replaced with a bit that provides much more grip and thus better and more accurate tightening. The Torx bit, or “star” as it is commonly called, does just that.

Why Buy Bosch Torx Bits?
Bosch knows how useful a high torque faster is and recognizes the popularity of the design. Their Torx head bits are made from industrial-grade S2 steel and undergo a sub-zero tempering process that makes them stronger and last longer than other, more cheaply produced products. Available in a host of sizes, these are perfect for general use, and since they still aren’t as common as Phillips and slotted fasteners, they work perfectly when creating situations where you want to avoid unwanted tampering. When you need the strongest bits and professional grade equipment and accessories, make Bosch your first choice every time!