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SYW Members: Craftsman 6.2" Utility Knife w/ Soft Grip EXPIRED

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Sears has for Craftsman 6.2" Utility Knife w/ Soft Grip on sale for $2.69 valid for Shop Your Way Members (free to join). Select free store pickup where available. Thanks Corwin

Sears also has 10-Piece Craftsman 6-Point 3/8" Metric Socket Wrench Set (Metric or SAE) $8.99 valid for Shop Your Way Members (free to join). Select free store pickup where available.
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I will say.. I got this for $2 bucks this other day to tear our some commecial carpet. They made changing blades such a pain in the ass, I threw it in the garbage. I like the Husky brand foldable utility knife.
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I will say.. I got this for $2 bucks this other day to tear our some commecial carpet. They made changing blades such a pain in the ass, I threw it in the garbage. I like the Husky brand foldable utility knife.
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I will say.. I got this for $2 bucks this other day to tear our some commecial carpet. They made changing blades such a pain in the ass, I threw it in the garbage. I like the Husky brand foldable utility knife.
you overpaid at $2. this should be selling for a $1.

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I have a bunch of these, all we're free after points or filler items. They are decent but I wouldn't even spend the $3 for them when you can get virtually unlimited free ones at harbor freight with coupon
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I will say.. I got this for $2 bucks this other day to tear our some commecial carpet. They made changing blades such a pain in the ass, I threw it in the garbage. I like the Husky brand foldable utility knife.
exactly what I was thinking. I bought 2x of the husky foldable. well worth the added cost
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Not this again. This is the worst utility knife I've ever had.

Edit: But this socket set is nice.
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I have a bunch of these, all we're free after points or filler items. They are decent but I wouldn't even spend the $3 for them when you can get virtually unlimited free ones at harbor freight with coupon
I would go with $0.99
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Out of Stock for shipping and near me. Darn.
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nice in for a knife.

when working in construction cant have enough when you misplace them so extras are good
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These are only worth $3 if that. I bought these last time and they're utter trash.
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Looks nice, I got this, thanks for sharing.
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thks guys i dont have to buy after reading these comments
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Not the best price but still a good deal for me.
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I don't know if anyone cares, but at least certain colors of the "Craftsman 2.25" Blade Folding Lock Back Utility Knife" are giving 50% back in points if purchased through the Kmart website (not Sears). I don't really see that as much of a deal, since I'd rather buy them for free using points instead of paying out of pocket and getting 50% back. But it could be a good deal if you're someone who spends more at Kmart/Sears than you can earn in points. I have one of those and like it, FWIW.
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