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4-Pc Craftsman Electrical Kit: Multimeter, IR Thermometer, NCV & GFCI Testers EXPIRED

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Sears.com has 4-Piece Craftsman Electrical Kit (DT113KIT) on sale for $28.94. Select free store pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping starts at $6.25. Thanks Znajar20

Note: Availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Kit includes:
  • Multimeter
  • IR Thermometer
  • NCV Tester
  • GFCI Tester
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Includes CR2032, 9V and 2x AAA batteries. -StrawMan86

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I know there's not many Sears around anymore but for the few that do have one near them, there are some good deals to look for.....
This Craftsman electrical kit includes four tools to help you accomplish a variety of projects. The multimeter with attached test leads measures AC/DC voltage, current and resistance. Advanced functions include testing frequency and capacitance. An infrared thermometer, NCV tester and GFCI tester are included.
Multimeter measures AC/DC voltage, current & resistance
Advance functions include testing frequency & capacitance
Attached test leads
Includes IR thermometer, NCV tester and GFCI tester

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-c...A028382321

Or if you don't need all the tools buy them separate...

Receptacle Tester
https://m.sears.com/Craftsman-Rec...fa0a240613

Non Contact Voltage Tester
https://m.sears.com/Craftsman-Non...fa0a240613

Craftsman Non Contact Infrared Thermometer
https://m.sears.com/Craftsman-Non...fa0a240613

Craftmsan Multimeter
https://m.sears.com/Craftsman-Mul...fa0a240613
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I think slickdeals needs disclaimer for every Sears deal.
- Sears sucks
- the one be me closed in 2014
- the tools are made in China
- aren't they owned by someone else now?
- shipping isn't free
- but the gauge of metal in the toolbox is so thin.... even though I use my toolbox twice a year it sucks
- lobster claws for days
- no grease in ratchets
- the app blows
- Kmart has better deals
- freecash is a scam
- closestest Sears is 25,000 miles from my house
- I only buy American made tools
- Lowe's, Home Depot, Target, Macy's, ACe, Blaine's Farm and Fleet and Bloomingdales now sell Craftsman
- the MSRP is never the price
- but what about the lifetime warranty when they are gone...

Let me know if I forgot anything of useless product review information.

I bought $200+ of things I've had my eye on for a while and yes some of these are as good or better than Black Friday deals. Yes, I hate that almost everything is Chinesium but I'm a homeowner and it's not like I'm snapping sockets on a daily basis and would rather turn these ratchets an Horrible Freight any day.
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I don't mean to be posting crappy deals but I just thought it would help somebody out. Sorry. Supposedly though they have to get rid of all their craftsman products soon. I don't know the date but since they lost their license with craftsman they have until XX/XX to get rid of craftsman. Don't know how true it is but that's what a sears employee said. And their website says free shipping with $35+ purchase.
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Is the Sears website trash for everyone or is it just me?
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Is the Sears website trash for everyone or is it just me?
It is for me also. I hate that on mobile I can't open stuff in new tabs
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Just grabbed one along with those diamond tip screwdrivers for $39 shipped.
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Been trash for ages, another big part of why they're going down the tubes.

Isn't it funny that they NOW have all these great deals when they've closed just about every store near everyone (including me, all stores in area gone and been gone), are they trying to make their profits on shipping now, perhaps they have a side-door deal with Fedex or UPS?
I don't mean to be posting crappy deals but I just thought it would help somebody out. Sorry. Supposedly though they have to get rid of all their craftsman products soon. I don't know the date but since they lost their license with craftsman they have until XX/XX to get rid of craftsman. Don't know how true it is but that's what a sears employee said. And their website says free shipping with $35+ purchase.
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I think slickdeals needs disclaimer for every Sears deal.
- Sears sucks
- the one be me closed in 2014
- the tools are made in China
- aren't they owned by someone else now?
- shipping isn't free
- but the gauge of metal in the toolbox is so thin.... even though I use my toolbox twice a year it sucks
- lobster claws for days
- no grease in ratchets
- the app blows
- Kmart has better deals
- freecash is a scam
- closestest Sears is 25,000 miles from my house
- I only buy American made tools
- Lowe's, Home Depot, Target, Macy's, ACe, Blaine's Farm and Fleet and Bloomingdales now sell Craftsman
- the MSRP is never the price
- but what about the lifetime warranty when they are gone...

Let me know if I forgot anything of useless product review information.

I bought $200+ of things I've had my eye on for a while and yes some of these are as good or better than Black Friday deals. Yes, I hate that almost everything is Chinesium but I'm a homeowner and it's not like I'm snapping sockets on a daily basis and would rather turn these ratchets an Horrible Freight any day.
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I think slickdeals needs disclaimer for every Sears deal.
- Sears sucks
- the one be me closed in 2014
- the tools are made in China
- aren't they owned by someone else now?
- shipping isn't free
- but the gauge of metal in the toolbox is so thin.... even though I use my toolbox twice a year it sucks
- lobster claws for days
- no grease in ratchets
- the app blows
- Kmart has better deals
- freecash is a scam
- closestest Sears is 25,000 miles from my house
- I only buy American made tools
- Lowe's, Home Depot, Target, Macy's, ACe, Blaine's Farm and Fleet and Bloomingdales now sell Craftsman
- the MSRP is never the price
- but what about the lifetime warranty when they are gone...

Let me know if I forgot anything of useless product review information.

I bought $200+ of things I've had my eye on for a while and yes some of these are as good or better than Black Friday deals. Yes, I hate that almost everything is Chinesium but I'm a homeowner and it's not like I'm snapping sockets on a daily basis and would rather turn these ratchets an Horrible Freight any day.
Most of those vague comments could apply to any deal especially if you don't read the fine print.. most tools will still maintain its lifetime warranty, black and decker said so.. many items are still US made from what I've seen.

You couldn't even buy a basic Fluke meter for this price, believe they start around $39.

I wouldn't ever trust any non contact voltage tester, the meter is probably as good as a harbor freight cheapy good for 110 or basic automotive tests.

This is about regular price if you went on the bay.
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I don't mean to be posting crappy deals but I just thought it would help somebody out. Sorry. Supposedly though they have to get rid of all their craftsman products soon. I don't know the date but since they lost their license with craftsman they have until XX/XX to get rid of craftsman. Don't know how true it is but that's what a sears employee said. And their website says free shipping with $35+ purchase.
Interesting, I wonder if it has anything to do with their lawsuit: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/07/s...brand.html
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I've already got a good (better) multi-meter and a non-contact thermometer, but what I did find at a good price was their Craftsman Digital Circuit Breaker Finder [sears.com], for $13.94.

So thanks Znajar20 for posting this and making me look for any related tools!
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Interesting, I wonder if it has anything to do with their lawsuit: https://www.cnbc.com/2019/03/07/s...brand.html [cnbc.com]
The company and Sears both settled the suit,
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Additionally, the Company recently settled its lawsuit with Sears.
https://www.prnewswire.com/news-r...36985.html
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