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26-Piece Tekton Long Arm Ball Hex Key Wrench Set EXPIRED

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Promoted 05-26-2016 by Randy71 at 11:35 AM View Original Post
HomeDepot.com has 26-Piece Tekton Long Arm Ball Hex Key Wrench Set on sale for $10.55. Select ship to store for free store pickup. Thanks jinxeddeep

Amazon.com also has 26-Piece Tekton Long Arm Ball Hex Key Wrench Set on sale for $10.55. Shipping is free with Prime or if you spend $49 or more.

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  • 13-Piece Long Arm Hex Key Wrenches (Inch): 3/64, 1/16, 5/64, 3/32, 7/64, 1/8, 9/64, 5/32, 3/16, 7/32, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8 in.
  • 13-Piece Long Arm Hex Key Wrenches (Metric): 1.27, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 8, 10mm

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Edited May 26, 2016 at 10:28 AM by annie930ny
thesweethome recommended product and bestseller on Amazon.

CCC lists this as the lowest price ever

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#4
Good deal. I've been wanting a set with the ball ends, but I already have a set (or two. or three) of regular hex keys...

Home Depot has it for the same price with free ship to store.
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Thanks OP, I rounded out the end of a hex from a cheap set I've had for a while which just reminded me I needed to get some better tools, I'm even more happy to get a ball-end set too!
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Is there a benefit to the ball end?
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Ball end let's you use these tools at an angle. Straight ones need to be parallel to your bolt to work. Ball ends are very useful but are more prone to stripping since you have less contact area between the tool and screw.
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Bought these yesterday, didn't realize it was a deal
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Are Tekton good quality? I have a similar set by Craftsman and they are junk.
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Not a fan of black oxide because it's messy (gets on your hands), but in for one nonetheless.
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These probably work fine, but I would opt for the Bondhus set for $6 more from Amazon. The Bondhus set has fewer metric sizes, which isn't a deal breaker for me. It is made in USA and of a strong (proprietary) steel.
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Quote from funkdoobiest View Post :
Are Tekton good quality? I have a similar set by Craftsman and they are junk.
Check out Eklind or Bondhus. Not much more money. Made in the USA, and with tools, that often still matters.

Buy 'em once, and they pretty much last forever. My standard set (Eklind) is still going strong after 20 years and thousands of uses. The metric set I bought last year is of equally high quality.
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Quote from .Mike View Post :
Check out Eklind or Bondhus. Not much more money. Made in the USA, and with tools, that often still matters.

Buy 'em once, and they pretty much last forever. My standard set (Eklind) is still going strong after 20 years and thousands of uses. The metric set I bought last year is of equally high quality.
I agree 100%. I have some Bondhus screwdriver type allen keys that are 25 years old, heavily used, and still perfect working condition. I see these Tekton ones are heat treated chrome vanadium steel which is usually good tool steel but they're Chinese so you never know.

Just noticed that the loose allen keys I have are also Bondhus and they are very old but still work perfectly.
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Dead on Amazon.
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Amazon Expired? I clicked on it and price was 10.55. Now showing 17.99. Frown
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