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Sears Craftsman 12 pc. Wrench Set,12 pt. Offset Ratcheting Box-End $53.99 $53.97

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Thought this is a pretty good deal. Only question is that there is no markings on the handle. Not sure whether it is USA made.

1/4 x 5/16 in. CRAFTSMAN 43361
7 x 8MM CRAFTSMAN 43366
3/8 x 7/16 in. CRAFTSMAN 43362
9 x 10MM CRAFTSMAN 43367
1/2 x 9/16 in. CRAFTSMAN 43363
12 x 13MM CRAFTSMAN 43368
5/8 x 3/4 CRAFTSMAN 43364
11 x 17MM CRAFTSMAN 43028
14 x 15MM CRAFTSMAN 43369
16 x 18MM CRAFTSMAN 43053
11/16 x 7/8 CRAFTSMAN 43365
19 x 21MM CRAFTSMAN 43666

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Review said as of May 17, 2017 it was made in usa
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I can confirm these are made in USA, if you have a Kmart near you check they sell these each as a 6 piece set (metric and sae) and were as low as $15 a month or two ago, highly ymmv tho as most stores had no stock
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I have a couple in this style, I don't even use them. It's not worth the extra effort to save zero time. Go with the good stuff, this isn't it.
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The reviews on Sears are pretty positive. Didn't expect the feedback to be so poor here. What is wrong with them, not comfortable? I thought the kind of big offset at the end might be handy sometimes.
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One comment isn't poor feedback. I am not fond of these because they are bulky but it's a decent deal
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True, these are clunky. But they are stronger, more durable, and built like a tank. I wouldn't use them for auto mechanics, but for things like building swing sets, decks, or large/course threaded nuts/bolts they fit the bill.

Instead of getting this set, I'd recommend waiting for the 5 piece SAE and 5 piece Metric to go on sale for half price, that would get you the most common pieces for a little over 30 bucks for both sets.
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The reviews on Sears are pretty positive. Didn't expect the feedback to be so poor here. What is wrong with them, not comfortable? I thought the kind of big offset at the end might be handy sometimes.
A lot of people will give poor feedback, primarily because these are not fine tooth count with a smooth polished finish.

But they are made in the USA, built like a tank, and you can put so much pressure on them (even hit them with a hammer), and the course tooth count will take a beating and won't miss a beat. You could use these things to assemble a sky scraper in New York City.
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