Spectre – more than just screws!

Spectre – more than just screws!

Advanced features come as standard on screwdriver bits and holesaws.

Launched to bring performance and value to the trade user, the Spectre range has been expanded to include even more products designed to make the tradesperson’s life just that little bit easier. As well as the popular Spectre Advanced Multi-Purpose Wood and Timber Fixing Screws, which incorporate a long list of features often only found in premium screws, a comprehensive range of holesaws and screw driver bits have been added.


The Spectre range of screwdriver bits, for instance, includes nut drivers, bit holders and bit sets covering Pozi, Torx and Philips in 25mm and 50mm lengths. The screwdriver bits are manufactured from two stage hardened steel for exceptional high strength and durability. The bits are also shock and wear proof with precision machined tips – ideal for the rigours of use and accuracy needed out on site.


Holesaws are also now a key part of the range too, ideal for drilling in pipework and cabling installations as well as for cutting wood, plastics, plasterboard, stainless and mild steel. The Bi-metal holesaws are instantly recognisable thanks to the yellow and black Spectre branding and have a hardened steel teeth for a killer bite and fast, smooth, clean cuts. As with all of the brand’s products, advanced features are included as standard and these holesaws are no different – they are heat and wear resistance for a prolonged life. Spectre also offer a selection of quality Arbors too.


To make life even easier for the trade, Spectre has also launched a 9-piece Plumbers’, Electricians’ and a 16 piece Universal set of holesaws all packaged in a smart aluminium carrying case.


More products are being launched by the company and the range is available from builders’ merchants across the UK. For product information and giveaways, the trade can follow the brand and review its range on its social media channels: Twitter, Facebook and Instagram.

For more details on the Spectre range visit the Spectre website.

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