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230-Piece Craftsman Mechanic's Tool Set + $45 SYW Points EXPIRED

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Sears has 230-Piece Craftsman Mechanic's Tool Set (70190) on sale for $89.99. Shop Your Way Members (free to join) may also receive $44.99 in Cashback Points to use on a future purchase. Shipping is free, otherwise select free in-store pickup as an alternative option. Thanks brisar

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230-Piece Craftsman Mechanic's Tool Set [sears.com]

$89.99

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12 nut drivers, inch and metric, 50 screwdriver bits and 40 hex keys. That already like half of the tool set
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12 nut drivers, inch and metric, 50 screwdriver bits and 40 hex keys. That already like half of the tool set
That is exactly the way we have to look at these socket sets.

After your analysis, does not look like any kind of amazing deal.
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Haha, beat the guy that always comments about how essential those extra pieces are in a 'mechanic set' of tools. You know, for removing panels and whatnot. But who doesn't already have tons of Allen keys and driver bits? It's just cheap fillers from my perspective, that item count grows real quick with 50 f@#king driver bits..
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One of the best deals I've seen on this set. $89.99 is as cheap as it gets. Usually nothing much back in points. Maybe a couple bucks, $10 at most. This is slick if you want this set. One of the few with 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2". Try to find that on anything else under $100 with a lifetime guarantee, that is of course, while they're afloat.
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One of the best deals I've seen on this set. $89.99 is as cheap as it gets. Usually nothing much back in points. Maybe a couple bucks, $10 at most. This is slick if you want this set. One of the few with 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2". Try to find that on anything else under $100 with a lifetime guarantee, that is of course, while they're afloat.
Lifetime. Lol until sears goes bankrupt
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Made in the USA?
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Sears sold of Craftsman Tools to Stanley Black and Decker, so you should not have to worry about the lifetime warranty. Craftsman tools are also going to be sold in Lowe`s stores sometime this year.
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Lifetime. Lol until sears goes bankrupt
Ya. We're lucky ours stayed open. It's because Sears built the building and owned it since 1963. That's, of course, if they still stock the item. I worked there for 4 years, 2 hometown, 2 corporate.
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Sears sold of Craftsman Tools to Stanley Black and Decker, so you should not have to worry about the lifetime warranty. Craftsman tools are also going to be sold in Lowe`s stores sometime this year.
If sears does go out of business they would carry craftsman at Wal-Mart I suspect. Not many people know about this. Next sale will be Kenmore. They'll sell to Amazon.
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Made in the USA?
China.
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This is just a relatively speaking cheap Chinese set of tools. They no longer carry the lifetime warranty. Don't expect too much out of this.
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This is just a relatively speaking cheap Chinese set of tools. They no longer carry the lifetime warranty. Don't expect too much out of this.
They do have the lifetime warranty, it's on the front of the box.

As far as the piece count- couldn't agree more. The nut drivers are useful, but for a basic set a 50pc bit set is just filler
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Sears sold of Craftsman Tools to Stanley Black and Decker, so you should not have to worry about the lifetime warranty. Craftsman tools are also going to be sold in Lowe`s stores sometime this year.
Does anyone have experience getting tools replaced at True Value or elsewhere? At Sears they always has the individual pieces on the shelf, so it was easy
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