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Craftsman Mechanic's Creeper Seat w/ Tool Tray + $5.40 SYW Points EXPIRED

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Sears.com has Craftsman Mechanic's Creeper Seat w/ Tool Tray on sale for $17.99 with free in-store pick up. Shop Your Way Members (free to join) can also receive $5.39 in Shop Your Way Points to use on a future purchase. Thanks coldchicago
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Has 360-degree swiveling casters. 250 Lbs capacity. Makes a great gift.

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  • 1 inch Sturdy steel frame
  • 360 degree swiveling casters
  • Vinyl Seat
  • Tool Tray
  • 250 Lbs capacity


Craftsman Mechanics Creeper Seat with Tool Tray is a great addition to any garage


This creeper seat is built with a sturdy 1 inch tube steel frame and protected by a think power coat that resists strength robbing rust for years of serious service.
It is built with 2 1/2 inches swiveling casters to give you the ability to move easily over common shop debris. It also features the tool tray to help you stay organized. The thick padded cushion and perfect working height make you comfortable on the job.
Oil and chemical resistant vinyl ensures years of supportive comfort, while the easy to store compact design makes it a great fit both on the road and in the shop.
  • 1 inch Sturdy tube steel construction frame with 250 Lbs Capacity
  • 360 Degree Swiveling Casters to Move Over Common Shop Debris
  • Tool Tray Provides Easy Storage for Small Tools and Parts
  • Vinyl Seat is Comfortable and Oil Resistant
  • With seat height of 14 inches, Make Every Minute on Job Comfortable
Add this creeper seat to your arsenal and get the job done right

  • 1 inch Sturdy tube steel construction frame with 250 Lbs Capacity
  • 360 Degree Swiveling Casters to Move Over Common Shop Debris
  • Tool Tray Provides Easy Storage for Small Tools and Parts
  • Vinyl Seat is Comfortable and Oil Resistant
  • With seat height of 14 inches, Make Every Minute on Job Comfortable

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I have one just like this, possibly from harbor freight, and it's not very good. The biggest issue is that in the center of the bottom side rails there is a plastic piece that holds the metal together. (You can see it in the pictures). I'm only 170lbs and it has bent on both sides at that point. I've had to reinforce that spot with metal bracing. The tiny wheels also don't roll well over small debris, which leaves me sliding off the seat when trying to work. I'm keeping my eye out for something better.
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I have one just like this, possibly from harbor freight, and it's not very good. The biggest issue is that in the center of the bottom side rails there is a plastic piece that holds the metal together. (You can see it in the pictures). I'm only 170lbs and it has bent on both sides at that point. I've had to reinforce that spot with metal bracing. The tiny wheels also don't roll well over small debris, which leaves me sliding off the seat when trying to work. I'm keeping my eye out for something better.
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I have one just like this, possibly from harbor freight, and it's not very good. The biggest issue is that in the center of the bottom side rails there is a plastic piece that holds the metal together. (You can see it in the pictures). I'm only 170lbs and it has bent on both sides at that point. I've had to reinforce that spot with metal bracing. The tiny wheels also don't roll well over small debris, which leaves me sliding off the seat when trying to work. I'm keeping my eye out for something better.
I have this exact seat in my garage and it has held up OK with moderate use. I weigh slightly more than you.
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This has been a FP deal two times at this price. This is as low as it goes. Was able to use the $5/$5 fro yesterday's freecash sweeps and 12.99 in expiring points. TY!
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Typically the cheap wheels are the make or break for these seats and or creepers. I had a similar seat (not Craftsman) but the wheels just shread with these especially on concrete driveways. Finally ended up with a spare set of taller and much better quality wheels that I installed on my seat. Now it not only sits higher (I am tall) but also rolls around beautifully!
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Bad design. I have pretty much flattened one of these when moving left to right and catching a small rock. The rock stops the bottom, momentum continues allowing the frame to flex just enough to bend the steel. Just my experience, it was a name branded model.
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Harbor freight one I have has more bracing, feels more supportive and I'm over the supported weight by >75 lbs
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Thanks. Been looking for one at a fair price for a while. $14.11 store pickup after tax and $5 free cash offer that was in my account.
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Regular Price Subtotal$29.99
Sale Price Savings-$12.00
Merchandise Subtotal$17.99
Shop Your Way Points Savings
Points Redeemed-$3.05
FREECASH in Points Redeemed-$14.00
Sales Tax$0.07
Total Due$1.01

I got the sale price plus $14 FREECASH offer, so with my $3.05 in points I paid a dollar for this thing. Wow! Glad I clicked on this deal.
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Regular Price Subtotal$29.99

Sale Price Savings-$12.00

Merchandise Subtotal$17.99

Shop Your Way Points Redemption-$17.99

Total-$0.00

Sounds like a good deal to me!
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bought one of these last year when it was $15.99, was $29.99 in store.
great for moving around when waxing the car, I weight 240 and it moves around on concrete floor fine, just on the cracks make sure your ass is planted before you move over it or you will fall over. rolls easy, and plastic tray is serviceable, once held a torque wrench, ratchet, sockets, impact gun, brake clean, grease while cleaning up after a brake job.

the brackets on the bottom slide into one another, and there is a screw that holds them both in place at the middle, and 4 casters are held in with allen head screws, you must use locktite or it will come loose. careful not to overtighten

only negative imo is that when it's packaged, its about a 15x15x4 box, as big as the tray and the rails are placed around the edges, the rails WILL damage and crack a corner of the plastic tray, I just picked out the one with least amount of damage and glued it back together at the corner.
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Great! I just got it free.
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Take this to bars or restaurants- perfect for looking up girls skirts. What a great invention!
you should really grow up, sarcastic or not! As a girl I find this highly offensive.
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No stores close. Any way to get free shipping besides spending $25?
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