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Craftsman 320-Piece Mechanic's Tool Set with a 3 Drawer Case for $149.99 + $44.99 in SYWR Points + Free Delivery

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  • Includes quick-release ratchets in 1/4-inch, 3/8-inch and 1/2-inch drives
  • 152 sockets (6 point, 8 point and 12 point) in both inch and metric measurements
  • 4 extension bars help extend your reach
  • 8 combination wrenches let you slip in where the ratchet won't go
  • Comes with a magnetic handle with 12 nut drivers, inch and metric
  • 96 screwdriver bits give you quick power and versatility
  • Comes with 40 hex keys and 4 adapters
  • Includes a 3-drawer case

    http://www.sears.com/kd-tools-tel...999030000P
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This set goes on sale for $100 a couple times a year. The only thing special about this is if you're a Shop Your Way reward member. They'll give you $43 to spend later if you purchase. This is just a gimmick to make their shareholders happy.
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Just a question to all.

What other brands of tools would you buy besides Craftsman that is inexpensive, has a lifetime that does not require a receipt, and is acceptable quality (occasional use)?
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Just a question to all.

What other brands of tools would you buy besides Craftsman that is inexpensive, has a lifetime that does not require a receipt, and is acceptable quality (occasional use)?
Duralast just stay away from the ratchets but most of their other hand tools are ok and kobalt isn't too bad either.
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Just a question to all.

What other brands of tools would you buy besides Craftsman that is inexpensive, has a lifetime that does not require a receipt, and is acceptable quality (occasional use)?
Sounds like you're asking about hand tools.

Lowe's owns Kobalt.
Harbor Freight owns Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh Pro is better)
Home Depot owns Husky.

What's funny is that Sears no longer owns Craftsman.
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Good deal with the points, but too many filler tools for me.
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Almost 1/3 of the set is just bits...that's wonderful.
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Still seems expensive.
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Just a question to all.

What other brands of tools would you buy besides Craftsman that is inexpensive, has a lifetime that does not require a receipt, and is acceptable quality (occasional use)?
DeWalt probably I'm not sure
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Good deal with the points, but too many filler tools for me.
What you call "filler tools" are often needed on modern equipment to remove various covers, shields, clips, clamps, brackets, etc. If you get a tool set without allen wrenches and driver bits, then you'll most likely have to supplement your tool set with them. I suppose they could have included full drivers in this kit instead of bits, but then it would cost more and the case would have to be much larger.
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Sounds like you're asking about hand tools.

Lowe's owns Kobalt.
Harbor Freight owns Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh Pro is better)
Home Depot owns Husky.

What's funny is that Sears no longer owns Craftsman.
So I can just walk into a Home Depot with a broken Husky tool with no receipt and they replace it? Same with Kobalt into Lowes?

My local Ace Hardware sell Craftsman (owned by Stanley Black & Decker) but I never tried to return a hand tool to them.
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Just a question to all.

What other brands of tools would you buy besides Craftsman that is inexpensive, has a lifetime that does not require a receipt, and is acceptable quality (occasional use)?
Klein Tools.

edit: wait you said inexpensive.....never mind.
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This a good brand ? Wanted too buy it for my dad for fathers day. Or should I just wait
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Sounds like you're asking about hand tools.

Lowe's owns Kobalt.
Harbor Freight owns Pittsburgh. (Pittsburgh Pro is better)
Home Depot owns Husky.

What's funny is that Sears no longer owns Craftsman.
Crescent if you have a Menards near by.
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The 450 set is 199-about 50. Anyone know the differences?
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