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Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Flex Handle Socket Wrench EXPIRED

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Sears has Craftsman 1/2" Drive 18" Flex Handle Socket Wrench (44202) on sale for $9.99. Select free store pickup if stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $35 or more. Thanks worldcrafter2
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This socket wrench is well reviewed earning 4.5 out of 5 stars based on 169 Sears customer reviews. -johnny_miller

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Regular price is supposedly $32. Was about to buy this thing on Amazon for about $19 dollars, then realized that it's even cheaper at Sears itself. Other 18" breaker bars tend to cost a few dollars more than this one, but if you buy Craftsman, at least you can get it replaced for free with its lifetime warranty.

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-1...ockType=G3
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Lol nah, I only collect tools mainly for my car. Maybe buyers can rock this in their hand while surfing... +5 shark defense.
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The buy it now, get it locally price for this tool is better than anything else I can find locally. Just posting this deal in case anyone prefers craftsman and lives near a Sears store, even if a their tools tend to be made in China (show me a better made tool at this same price if you can). I bought this so I wouldn't have to wait for amazon or any other online store to ship it out Smilie
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No Harbor Freight here in Hawaii, only Sears. Through its lifetime warranty, Sears will replace this item if it breaks.
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It's chinesium, so might as well pay less at Harbor Freight and have a place to easily exchange when it breaks. (Which I actually have done.)
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It's chinesium, so might as well pay less at Harbor Freight and have a place to easily exchange when it breaks. (Which I actually have done.)
Agree completely. I own this Craftsman breaker bar and 2 HF ones, HF ones are just fine.
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It's chinesium, so might as well pay less at Harbor Freight and have a place to easily exchange when it breaks. (Which I actually have done.)
No Harbor Freight here in Hawaii, only Sears. Through its lifetime warranty, Sears will replace this item if it breaks.
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Sears is about to go under soon so everyone is switching to Harbor Freight and Home Depot's Ryobi tools....
The buy it now, get it locally price for this tool is better than anything else I can find locally. Just posting this deal in case anyone prefers craftsman and lives near a Sears store, even if a their tools tend to be made in China (show me a better made tool at this same price if you can). I bought this so I wouldn't have to wait for amazon or any other online store to ship it out Smilie
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The main difference between this one and a Harbor Freight one is that this one costs LESS...well, at least if you mess around with Shop Your Way rewards points and a nearby Sears store has it! I could buy this today for less than $6, using SYWR points "won" in mindless "sweeps" games in just the last few days. American marketing genius meets Chinesium manufacturing!
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https://m.harborfreight.com/12-in...20provided Around $10 with coupon
Hawaii residents cant avoid shipping costs from HF, so its hard to justify purchases from there, as good as the prices are. Basically, anyone that lives near HF can avoid this deal Smilie
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Sears is about to go under soon so everyone is switching to Harbor Freight and Home Depot's Ryobi tools....
Sears is about to go under but both Lowe's and Ace are selling Craftsman so I'm betting Lowe's buys that portion of the biz and then ousts Ace. It will be interesting to see what happens to the Kobalt brand then.
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Do you use it to work on surf boards?
Lol nah, I only collect tools mainly for my car. Maybe buyers can rock this in their hand while surfing... +5 shark defense.
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I have one of these from back when it was American made. I use my Harbor Freight breaker bar *way* more often. In fact, I haven't picked up the Craftsman one since I bought the HF bar a couple of years ago. It's longer and has a round, smooth profile that's easier on the hands.

Sorry, Hawaiians.
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Sears is about to go under but both Lowe's and Ace are selling Craftsman so I'm betting Lowe's buys that portion of the biz and then ousts Ace. It will be interesting to see what happens to the Kobalt brand then.
Huh? Stanley owns Craftsman, and I doubt that they would try to sell the brand to Lowe's or that Lowe's would do anything differently with Kobalt.
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