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Sears.com has Craftsman Extreme Grip 3/8" Drive Ratchet (25923) on sale for $9.99. Store pickup is free if stock permits or free shipping on orders $25. Thanks slik2013

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This ratchet features a 72-tooth ratcheting mechanism w/ 5-degree ratcheting arc, comfort dual-material handle, low profile head, quick release button and thumb activated reversal switch. - Randy71

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I wonder how extreme the grip is. Will the ratchet hold on to you if you let go?
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i recently upgrade my craftsman ratchet to a extendable one similar to this with a good grip handle. it works great and i only had paid a few dollars more. if you haven't bought a ratchet since the 90's the newer ones are better.

here is a link and its also on sale for 12.99
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-ev...ckType=G47

I'm not sure how durable it will be or what it's rated at, but I've used it with the extended handle around a 120 foot-lbs and it did not get damaged.
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Me too but almost every tool deal is in-store
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Ordered mine earlier and it's waiting for me to pick up.
All my ratchets are the crappy ones that come with the kits so this will be a huge improvement.
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I wonder how extreme the grip is. Will the ratchet hold on to you if you let go?
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I wonder how extreme the grip is. Will the ratchet hold on to you if you let go?
It's a normal ratchet with rubber on the grip
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i recently upgrade my craftsman ratchet to a extendable one similar to this with a good grip handle. it works great and i only had paid a few dollars more. if you haven't bought a ratchet since the 90's the newer ones are better.

here is a link and its also on sale for 12.99
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-ev...ckType=G47

I'm not sure how durable it will be or what it's rated at, but I've used it with the extended handle around a 120 foot-lbs and it did not get damaged.
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Good if you don't already have a ratchet, but I wouldn't buy it just to replace my regular one. Especially since mine was made back before they changed the manufacturer to one in China. If I need more grip, I can just wrap something around mine or use a pry bar.

If this had a flex head, I might get it.
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i recently upgrade my craftsman ratchet to a extendable one similar to this with a good grip handle. it works great and i only had paid a few dollars more. if you haven't bought a ratchet since the 90's the newer ones are better.

here is a link and its also on sale for 12.99
http://www.sears.com/craftsman-evolv-3-8-in-drive-extendable-ratchet/p-00910033000P?plpSellerId=Sear... [sears.com]

I'm not sure how durable it will be or what it's rated at, but I've used it with the extended handle around a 120 foot-lbs and it did not get damaged.
That's really neat. I've never seen one. I could have used one many times. Not trying to crap on your post, but from the pictures, it looks a bit like cheap made tools. Is it?
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Harbor Freight ratchets are great. Bought a $5 ratchet set in store, and although the sockets are just ok, the ratchet is very durable and has handled frozen bolts without stripping.

As far as extendable ratchets
https://www.harborfreight.com/14-...62312.html

This is $14.99 but Harbor has a 25% off which would make this cheaper than the Sears one.
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These are good ratchets for home mechanics. They are made in tawian and have 72 tooth gear pawls that engage quicker than most ratchets you'll get in a tool set.

As a professional mechanic, you'll find the grip a bit chunky and sometimes too large to fit in tight places but I've still going a use for it here and there.
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I have one of these from a previous deal. Very good for the price, much better than what comes in most kits. Nice ratcheting action, pretty sturdy build, like the rubber grip on the hands...
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Got one for a backup with $10 Freecash reward. Thanks.
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Repped, got 2 one gift, taiwan quality far superior to china if true.
Handle nice when working in winter
Good gift for those considering a tool gift that most would appreciate thats not junk.
I use armstrong maax ratchets but 3 x this price and i use some harbor freight breaker bars and ratchets to supplement if pitsburg pro AND made in taiwan.
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Been this price for a while. But it is a good ratchet, bought one last week. Much better than their metal handle 75 tooth clunky ratchets.
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