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CRAFTSMAN 914018 7 Pieces Universal Wrench Set $20.98

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craftsman wrench set. SAE. $34 marked down to $20
CRAFTSMAN 914018 7 Pieces Universal Wrench Set https://smile.amazon.com/dp/B00QK...2CbRCW8XW9
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Lowes had these marked as Kobalt for a bit less and they had the Metric ones as well. Both presumably made by BD - but they are just decent - don't expect to beat them up like the real Craftsman ones that sell for a bit more.
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Amazon also has the metric version of this set slightly discounted to $27.16 (see https://www.amazon.com/CRAFTSMAN-914019-7-Piece-Metric-Universal/dp/B007C6KUW8/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=c... [amazon.com] )

Anyone care to weigh in on the utility/value of SAE versus Metric? Thanks.
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Price in title
Seems that has fell out of fashion lately
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Lowes had these marked as Kobalt for a bit less and they had the Metric ones as well. Both presumably made by BD - but they are just decent - don't expect to beat them up like the real Craftsman ones that sell for a bit more.
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universal aye? lol
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Amazon also has the metric version of this set slightly discounted to $27.16 (see https://www.amazon.com/CRAFTSMAN-914019-7-Piece-Metric-Universal/dp/B007C6KUW8/ref=sr_1_3?keywords=c... [amazon.com] )

Anyone care to weigh in on the utility/value of SAE versus Metric? Thanks.
You use metric wrenches for metric hardware, and SAE wrenches for SAE hardware. Both are common.
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Both presumably made by BD...
Black and Decker?
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Black and Decker?
Yes. Stanley Black and Deck owns Craftsman tools now too. Along with Dewalt, Irwin, Bostitch and others.
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I own these. The good: they are a harder metal and seem to grip bolts much Better than standard wrenches. Fewer stripped bolts. The bad: because of their angled design, you CAN'T do the 2 wrench trick to extend the moment arm (get more leverage)
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Based on the 6 digit item number these aren't produced by Stanley Black and Decker, but most likely by GearWrench/Apex.
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I own these. The good: they are a harder metal and seem to grip bolts much Better than standard wrenches. Fewer stripped bolts. The bad: because of their angled design, you CAN'T do the 2 wrench trick to extend the moment arm (get more leverage)
I beg to differ, with a good welder ALL things are possible. Smilie
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outstanding.. thank you for posting this deal
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