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Craftsman 65-In-1 Universal Universal Multi-Tool Wrench $12.50 + Free In-store Pickup

calistyle 48,498 March 26, 2013 at 10:09 PM in Home & Home Improvement (2) More Sears Deals
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Universal Multi-Tool Wrench - Standard Inch & Metric Sizing. One tool empowers users to work on sixteen different fastener sizes. Sizes include 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4-Inch; 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18 MM. The universal design also has access to six different fastener types. One wrench, many fasteners - 46 Inch/39 MM. Spinning sockets on each end allow access to fasteners from many different angles.

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Quote from CSIG1001 View Post :
So how the f you get the 11.74 deal
$12.49 + Free In-store Pickup (or $11.24 with Craftsman Club discount)

Called and they could not place order for the $11.24 price,
but told me to place order and they will credit my payment type back.

Place order @ $12.49

Call 800-377-7414 craftsmans Club and will credit you $1.25 in 7 days
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Quote from rhubarbfortress View Post :
eh...I already have a full standard and metric ratchet set. I think if i was going to get something manual (no ratchet capability) I'd invest in actual wrenches, as they can get into much smaller areas.
I see this more as a tool to keep in the wife's toolbox so that she doesn't have to "borrow" a wrench or two when she has something she needs to tighten or loosen. It's annoying to need a wrench and find mine aren't put back in the right place.
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Quote from CSIG1001 View Post :
So how the f you get the 11.74 deal

go to sears website, make a sears account then click on the craftsman item u want to buy, then it should show if are a craftsman member. if u arent a craftsman member then right below the price of the item u will see ""Sign in or Join Craftsman Club - It's Free!" click it and sign up. once done it should show the final sale price in the CHECKOUT
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Quote from modestninja View Post :
I see this more as a tool to keep in the wife's toolbox so that she doesn't have to "borrow" a wrench or two when she has something she needs to tighten or loosen. It's annoying to need a wrench and find mine aren't put back in the right place.
True dat.
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Quote from davidtb View Post :
I love when they say, "Free In-store Pickup"
If they ever charge admission, I'd say forget it!!
Quote from wizard7926 View Post :
More along the lines of, "we won't charge you to ship it directly to one of our stores, so that you can pick it up there." Ermm
That is "free site to store shipping." Free store pick-up only applies to items already in stock at the store.
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$11.24 with Craftsman Club discount) part is over
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Quote from javaking_1000 View Post :
How'd they come up with "65 in 1" on this thing? "Sixteen different fastener sizes. Sizes include 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4-Inch; 8, 10, 11, 12, 14, 15, 17, 18 MM. The universal design also has access to six different fastener types.

How'd they get 65 out of those combinations?? Confused Anyway, good price for it if you can get the Craftsman Club discount working.
Tools like these throw all sorts of weird crap into the mix.
Things like square, twelve point, rounded hex, torx and spline. Stuff that you'll probably never use the tool for.
And a hammer. Which you just may use the tool for.
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I hate to say it, but its really useless if your going to work on cars with this.
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Quote from kevinatwsi View Post :
I hate to say it, but its really useless if your going to work on cars with this.
Definitely nearly useless for any kind of tight-corner work. But might be handy as a stocking stuffer for someone who has NO tools, or for someone who picks up a wrench once or twice a year for around the house re-tightening or assembly.

I'm going to pass because I really don't use all the tools I already have very often, as it is, and it will be just one more thing to clutter up my toolbox.
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Got mine yesterday. Beat to hell, scuffs all over. Looks used.

I've got lots of tools but I'm gonna throw it in my house toolbox. Easy to use in a pinch, and I don't have to go out to the garage.
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