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Outstanding tools. I have the larger SB set that comes in the hard case, and it's well designed, perfectly machined, and a pleasure to use. Would recommend.
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Outstanding tools. I have the larger SB set that comes in the hard case, and it's well designed, perfectly machined, and a pleasure to use. Would recommend.
To be honest at these prices I would accept nothing less for a set this size. Probably great for people that really rely on their tools but for the average home owner a set of Craftsman is more than likely good enough. Something I've come to realize is that garage sales can be a tool shoppers best friend as long as you have the time and there's no urgency.
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Yeah, the average homeowner clearly doesn't need these, but if you use your tools everyday (or just like nice things) there is a significant and noticeable quality difference between these and your typical Craftsman/Husky/Kobalt/Pittsburgh/etc.

That being said, at the end of the day. the work you've accomplished with the cheaper tools will be similar to the work accomplished with expensive tools, it's just that it is so much nicer when working with high quality tools.
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To be honest at these prices I would accept nothing less for a set this size. Probably great for people that really rely on their tools but for the average home owner a set of Craftsman is more than likely good enough. Something I've come to realize is that garage sales can be a tool shoppers best friend as long as you have the time and there's no urgency.
Yea these sets are awesome if you need something really portable. I keep the 3/8 metric set in my tool bag in my truck. It's super compact and the quality is top notch. That said, my main set in my garage is Gearwrench. I got the 1/4 , 3/8, and 1/2" metric and imperial 6 point no-skip master sets (with regular and deep sockets and 120XP ratchets in all but the 1/2" set which is 84 tooth), together, on sale around the same price as two of the Wera 3/8 sets in this deal. Granted those were exceptional deals but if you can wait, you can get always find good quality sets on sale. Right now you can get the Husky 200 piece all socket set plus a full set of Gearwrench 120xp flex head ratchets (1/2, 3/8, and 1/2") for about $205 before taxes. That would make a great starter set for even a serious home gamer. With black friday coming up, there will be tons of deals on smaller all-in-one starter sets as well. Hell they are already showing up.
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looks like the metric 3/8" set and 1/4" sets might be on sale too? not sure. would love to add this set to my travel toolbox but... need vs. want.
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lol $100 bucks for a non-serviceable 3/8 ratchet.....what a scam......
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https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B0...0DER&psc=1

The metric version in case one was wondering...even cheaper
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Where do you always grab those stats from? I do actually have Pricepulse which might tell me that lol
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The new German Snap On?
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The new German Snap On?
If I was going to give that title to anyone, it would probably be Stahlwille. German made (Wera ratchets are made in Czech republic, sockets in Taiwan) and way more expensive than even Wera.
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People hate on Craftsman and Sears...

I have had my Craftsman tool set for 19 years. Couple weeks ago my 3/8 ratchet broke. Called Craftsman customer service a call, Sears rep responded and the new ratchet arrived in 3 days.
Even after 18 years.

That's service.
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People hate on Craftsman and Sears...

I have had my Craftsman tool set for 19 years. Couple weeks ago my 3/8 ratchet broke. Called Craftsman customer service a call, Sears rep responded and the new ratchet arrived in 3 days.
Even after 18 years.

That's service.
I have a bunch of Craftsman tools I bought decades ago. They are solid tools and I was a pretty loyal Craftsman customer back then. My problem these days is that Sears has been shifting to lower and lower cost manufacturers as their financial situation deteriorates. At the same time companies like Tekton have started producing good quality tools in Taiwan (or even in the US as the case is with Tekton screwdrivers) and at lower prices. Plus when I was buying Craftsman I had a Sears Hardware stand alone store (man I really miss those) right around the corner and a full size Sears not far away where I could walk in and exchange them on the spot. Today the closest store is like 30 miles away.

Still waiting to see what the USA made Craftsman that Stanley is gearing up to make for Lowes and Amazon are like. Their current batch isn't terrible but still not up to what the Sears Craftsman was 30 years ago.
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ratchet set by vera wang (thats how i read it at first glance)
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