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Craftsman: 10" & 12" Tool Bag Combo $7.50, 13" Tool Box

sandman420 379 270 September 11, 2016 at 09:13 AM in Tools (3) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 09-12-2016 by qwikwit at 02:54 PM View Original Post
Sears and Kmart have select Craftsman Tools on sale as listed below. Pickup in-store where stock permits otherwise shipping is free on orders $35+. Thanks sandman420

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Edited September 12, 2016 at 03:06 PM by cricket702
Craftsman Forward Action Light Duty Stapler

  • Enjoy the power and ease of using this forward action light duty stapler
  • The staple chamber moves aside with ease for quick loading
  • Use this stapler for everything from putting up Christmas lights to upholstering furniture and everything in between
  • A window lets you know when it's time to reload staples
  • A forward position handle makes this stapler easy to use even if your hands are not strong
  • Comes with a one-year general warranty

$5.99 Link [sears.com]


Craftsman 13 Inch Tool Box with Tray - Black/Red

$4.99 Sears Link [sears.com]
$4.00 Kmart Link [kmart.com]


Craftsman Craftsman 10 in. and 12 in. Tool Bag Combo

The Craftsman 10" and 12" tool bag set has three exterior pockets on each tote that are fantastic for organizing screwdrivers, wrenches and other small essentials that you need in a hurry. Their reinforced bottoms mean they can handle a load, while the dual handles make that load easier to carry.
  • Cut down on the clutter and find things fast when you use this Craftsman 10 in. and 12 in. tool bag set to store your most-used items
  • The set includes one bag in each size
  • Both feature large interiors that can hold hammers or small power tools
  • Three outside pockets on each bag are great for organizing smaller hand tools
  • The bags are built with Craftsman's Tuffware construction that's water- and abrasion-resistant with steel bars reinforcing the bottoms
  • They have full-grip handles and a full zipper top



$7.49 Link [sears.com]
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#3
Is the craftsman good enough to grab over the usual stanley for a few dollars more? Actually the image when I clicked on it was 9.94 but on the page is 12.42... but my question still stands? I try to just buy the higher/highest quality items that will last me for years.

http://www.sears.com/stanley-tr11...?rrec=true
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Quote from selz202 View Post :
Is the craftsman good enough to grab over the usual stanley for a few dollars more? Actually the image when I clicked on it was 9.94 but on the page is 12.42... but my question still stands? I try to just buy the higher/highest quality items that will last me for years.

http://www.sears.com/stanley-tr11...?rrec=true
Your talking about spending $12 on something that will last you years? The Stanley obviously looks more sturdy, but if you truly want something to last years grab a dewalt stapler with a lifetime warranty that will do multiple types of staples or nails for about $24.
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Quote from firemanke View Post :
Your talking about spending $12 on something that will last you years? The Stanley obviously looks more sturdy, but if you truly want something to last years grab a dewalt stapler with a lifetime warranty that will do multiple types of staples or nails for about $24.
I say that generally as thats the type of shopper I am. My main point in questioning is will the craftsman just break after 2-3 uses.
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I say that generally as thats the type of shopper I am. My main point in questioning is will the craftsman just break after 2-3 uses.
I don't have this, but my recent experience with the cheaper craftsmen stuff is that with occasional use you should be fine... But I'm more of a buy once, cry once type when it comes to tools, especially if they are more capable. I hate to have to stop a project to go pick up something.
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Does that light stapler use standard sized staples?
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#8
Can I staple in baseboard with this stapler?
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#9
I would not recommend this for xmas lights or other uses that involved wires as this one has no built in wire guide. If you're putting up lights, get the model with the wire guide.
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I have one of these and it is a cheap piece of junk. Almost everything is made from plastic, and it's not great plastic either--it feels like Fischer Price plastic. For the most part this is okay, but the retaining pins that hold the tray in place are also made from this cheap plastic and don't hold the tray in so well. I find that if I fill the tray completely with staples it will have a tendency to pop out now--so I just sort of half fill it.

Also when you drive a staple into anything harder than soft wood, the stapler's head tends to "bounce" away from the material instead of driving the staple into the material. This results in a staple that's only half-driven into the material. Soft wood like a crappy 2x4 is okay, but something harder like plywood and it will bounce off. I learned to get around this by using two hands on the stapler, one to work the handle and the other to hold the head down. Obviously this is not ideal because you often need one hand free to hold the material or whatever.

At least there is truth in advertising--it says light duty right there. Take that to heart. It's okay for craft projects or temporary projects but do not get this for home improvement or construction.

The guy a few posts up who said "buy once, cry once" is right. I bought this, then had to buy a real one later. Thus I spent more money in the long run and should have just got the good one first.
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Can I staple in baseboard with this stapler?
no, it will not. you need a brad gun for that kind of work. Harbor freight usually has a cheap one that will do the job for around $20. (you need a compressor too)

I wouldn't buy this. A plastic staple gun will break quickly.
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Quote from selz202 View Post :
Is the craftsman good enough to grab over the usual stanley for a few dollars more?
http://www.sears.com/stanley-tr11...?rrec=true
Rear actions can bounce back if you're not holding it down firmly, front actions almost never have this problem
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Good deal
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#14
Looks like an ok deal on a piece of plastic junk stapler.... Lol... Not sure how this made it to frontpage???? Don't buy this. Just spend a little more and get a real stapler. This is made for kids to play with. "without the stapler" your 4 year old can help you staple with there very own crappy craftsman staple gun... Lol...
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This thing is good if maybe you want to staple a paper bake sale sign up to a soft wood tree and don't need the staples to drive more than half in. Or maybe good for an occasional arts and craft project involving tiny tree branches and soft pine boards.

Try and staple anything that takes a strong strike and forget it, as the staples won't go into anything hard. The plastic is really cheap and it won't hold up for regular use. You'd be better of just using a regular stapler that folds open. The generic metal ones from Walmart for <$10 would be better. I like cheap deals but sometimes you just have to say no.
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