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Kobalt Folding Hex Key Sets: Metric, Standard, or Torx EXPIRED

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Lowe's has Kobalt Folding Hex Key Sets (Metric, Standard, or Torx) on sale for $3.98/each. Select free in-store pickup where stock permits. Thanks tunabreath

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Lowe's has Kobalt folding hex key sets for $3.98. Shipping is free for MyLowe's members (free to join) otherwise choose free store pickup.

Kobalt 8-key Metric Folding Hex Key Set
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-8.../999954554

Kobalt Kobalt 9-key Standard (SAE) Folding Hex Key Set

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-K.../999954526

Kobalt 8-key Folding Hex Key Set (Torx)

https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-8.../999954582
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The HF ones are probably a better buy. Especially with a coupon. www.hfqpdb.com
There is a 30% off good through today.

Set of three

http://www.hfqpdb.com/best_coupon...+PACK+OF+3
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You should check your nuts periodically or have someone else do so if you don't know how.
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While this is a decent price. this tool is awful. I went through 2 of them before giving up. The nut holding all of the keys in place eventually comes loose and you'll lose it. I'm sure Lowes would have helped out, but at $5 (price I paid) it wasn't worth the trouble.
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While this is a decent price. this tool is awful. I went through 2 of them before giving up. The nut holding all of the keys in place eventually comes loose and you'll lose it. I'm sure Lowes would have helped out, but at $5 (price I paid) it wasn't worth the trouble.
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While this is a decent price. this tool is awful. I went through 2 of them before giving up. The nut holding all of the keys in place eventually comes loose and you'll lose it. I'm sure Lowes would have helped out, but at $5 (price I paid) it wasn't worth the trouble.
You should check your nuts periodically or have someone else do so if you don't know how.
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Thanks Bought 1 of each.
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How's this compare to the harbor freight ones? https://www.harborfreight.com/17-piece-sae-metric-hex-key-set-94650.html
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You should check your nuts periodically or have someone else do so if you don't know how.
Mine are still there after several decades - are so says my wife who checks it for me:-)
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The HF ones are probably a better buy. Especially with a coupon. www.hfqpdb.com
There is a 30% off good through today.

Set of three

http://www.hfqpdb.com/best_coupon...+PACK+OF+3
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The HF ones are probably a better buy. Especially with a coupon. www.hfqpdb.com [hfqpdb.com]
There is a 30% off good through today.

Set of three

http://www.hfqpdb.com/best_coupon...+PACK+OF+3 [hfqpdb.com]
HF only uses one coupon on a product - you can scan all the coupons you want - but their algorithm uses the lowest final total price and will only use one coupon per product at the end. So HF is $4.89 or $4.99 depending on what all you buy, though both of these products are probably made by the same worker spending 12+ hrs in a factory with lousy working conditions.

My bad - Didn't notice HF has the three pack.
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Its still a 3 pack and way better deal then what is posted here

If I could negative rep the op I would.

and for a side note Menards has non folding allen sets FAR this week
Lol, like reps have any effect. Go ahead, tough guy.
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Lol, like reps have any effect. Go ahead, tough guy.
No. You posted a good deal and I bought all 3 of them last week - 2 of each and from using these Kobalt vs. Craftsman vs. Husky vs. HF for decades - I can attest to the quality of the Kobalts. - though apparently now Lowes is either trying to discontinue the Kobalt line or having so-so manufacturers ( including the new BD-Craftsman ) make their Kobalt products.

These seem to be of decent quality and I am sure most folks would want to keep them in their Bike kit and and the precision of these tool matter when it comes to fixing expensive bikes on the road.
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Will these rust as quickly as the HF versions? HF ones are showing quite a bit of rust being in my truck's toolbox. Still work fine though.
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Thanks OP. In for one of each.
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You should check your nuts periodically or have someone else do so if you don't know how.
We still discussing the deal yes ?
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