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Sears 8-piece inch or metric 144 step ratcheting combination wrenches. $35 "Ultimate" covered w/ black tape.

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Supposedly marked down from $110. These were meant to be marketed as part of the "ultimate" series until Stanley (?) complained. Those markings were covered with black tape to make them happy.

Usually I wouldn't post unless the tools are well below eBay prices but I figure many are looking for something to spend their hundreds of dollars of points. There are many other wrench sets marked down significantly.

Inch [sears.com]

Metric [sears.com] 8,10,11,12,13,14,15,17mm (skipping 16 as they should though I'd miss 9)
(There's something mysterious about that link. It claims to point at a dewalt hole saw set.)

Obviously, they're not made in USA, but the open end heads aren't the gigantic things normally seen on the junky Chinese wrenches.

The website says unavailable for pickup but my store had 9 of the metric sets.

Anyway, if you've read to here you're probably in the target audience. If you don't mind sharing what you're spending your points on, please post.
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Maybe made in Taiwan, which is OK. Break them then exchange them for US made, if that ever happens.
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They're likely made by Great Star. This seems to be their new supplier. Ultimate Collection is becoming the Ultimate Assortment but they didn't bother relabeling anything already in stores. I'm not sure how it's any different. Great Star seems to make really nice finished stuff. I attached some pics of some of their stuff, it's usually labeled Z-AH or Z-AJ.


If you need something to blow points on... I suggest you might want to pick these up. Double box end wrenches that aren't offset are kinda hard to find and rather expensive. These are old stock they must have found somewhere.

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-1...ockType=G3

https://www.sears.com/craftsman-1...ockType=G5
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Have a set of these and some of the open end wrenches have way too much slack on the bolts. Have to grab my USA made polished craftsman wrench instead.
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Maybe made in Taiwan, which is OK. Break them then exchange them for US made, if that ever happens.
laugh out loud
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