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6-Piece Craftsman Extreme Grip Diamond Tip Screwdriver Set EXPIRED

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Sears.com has 6-Piece Craftsman Extreme Grip Diamond Tip Screwdriver Set (25006) on sale for $14.99. Free in-store pickup where available or shipping is free on orders $25+. Thanks Tardcore

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These diamond tip screwdriver set features up to four times more gripping power than the standard black oxide finished tip screwdrivers. Slotted screwdriver sizes include: 3/16x3", 1/4x4", 5/16x6" and Phillips screwdriver sizes: #1x3", #2x4", and #3x6".

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I was looking for something to spend some points + $10 free cash and found this screwdriver set. I already have extreme grip long/short driver set and like those well enough.

This set was Frontpage at this price a few months ago, so it seems to come around once in a while.
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When I changed to local pickup, the price changed to 17.99.
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Purchased the "Professional Series" from Craftsman Years ago and was not impressed. They were USA Made, not diamond tipped so I am curious to any comments here from those that have a set of these?
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Great deal!! $0.00 after points deducted.
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When I changed to local pickup, the price changed to 17.99.
Yes, noticed that too, starting like yesterday...
The price has changed

That's normal. Prices can vary depending on what region or store you're in, and the availability of the product. Shipping and delivery methods can also affect the price.
[edit] Looked at some other Sears deals and have seen three cases now for in store pickup: same price, more expensive and less expensive. Wink
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Thank you OP! Been needing a good set and had $14.99 in rewards points that I didn't know about. Only had to pay $4.49 for shipping.
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Thanks. Found I had $8 in freecash. Hadn't used Sears in a while due to frustration with the SYW program. Could always use a nice new set of screwdrivers.
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Purchased the "Professional Series" from Craftsman Years ago and was not impressed. They were USA Made, not diamond tipped so I am curious to any comments here from those that have a set of these?
The handles on the professionals are a bit better if they're black and red rubber. The old all black plastic Craftsman pro handles were garage. These are made overseas but actually quite good and with rather grippy tips. You can feel the diamond biting into the screw but that can leave minor marring on the head surface so these are a no go for finished fasteners. Overall, I've been pleased and have been using these for about a year and a half.

Also, since there professional brand is all but defunct, you can complain that you're not getting the same tool during exchanges and get a gift card for what you paid for the tool. I always tell them I bought it as a stand alone too (not a set) and get a $10 or so gift card to buy something else. YMMV.
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I bought these during another slickdeal and have to say that they were a solid pick up. I would definitely recommend.
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The handles on the professionals are a bit better if they're black and red rubber. The old all black plastic Craftsman pro handles were garage. These are made overseas but actually quite good and with rather grippy tips. You can feel the diamond biting into the screw but that can leave minor marring on the head surface so these are a no go for finished fasteners. Overall, I've been pleased and have been using these for about a year and a half.

Also, since there professional brand is all but defunct, you can complain that you're not getting the same tool during exchanges and get a gift card for what you paid for the tool. I always tell them I bought it as a stand alone too (not a set) and get a $10 or so gift card to buy something else. YMMV.
I appreciate the info with your experience added. Yes my older Craftsman Profesional Screwdrivers were all Black handles like these. The were USA made, comfortable to grip however and the tips were black instead of being coated to give them that "hardened look." I ended up giving them to my son and just kept using my standard USA made Screwdrivers and have ever since.

At the price of these perhaps it's worth a shot as I have some points saved that would take $5 off the set and free shipping!
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I got some of these a few weeks ago when I had a bunch of Sears credit, and I really like them. I've used them a couple of times, and they are very sturdy. They were good at holding the screws - very magnetic for some reason, so I didn't drop the smaller screws because of it.
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I appreciate the info with your experience added. Yes my older Craftsman Profesional Screwdrivers were all Black handles like these. The were USA made, comfortable to grip however and the tips were black instead of being coated to give them that "hardened look." I ended up giving them to my son and just kept using my standard USA made Screwdrivers and have ever since.

At the price of these perhaps it's worth a shot as I have some points saved that would take $5 off the set and free shipping!

Yea, screwdriver handles are a very personal preference. I'm annoyed every time I have to use one of the old standard craftsman acetate handled ones from the house tool box. They last forever, but just don't feel right to my grubby paws. I had a set of the old all black CM pro's for a while and while the handle wasn't bad on big (#3) screwdrivers, they were too aggressive for the smaller ones. The handles on these are just okay, not a joy to use but not excessively annoying. I do wish these diamond tipped screwdrivers would come with nut at the base of the handle for adding torque to stubborn screws. The quest for the perfect screwdriver will never end.

That all said, for $15, or the price of a SINGLE Snap-on screwdriver, you can't really beat these.
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Not bad,,
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