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Anyone have this and can comment on quality? Usable enough for keeping in the truck?
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I have other Hyper Tough stuff, like precision sets and scissors, they're fine for light duty. All that stuff is probably 'chinesium' which will bend, break off, and be useless eventually. I guarantee that ratchet will break the moment it comes up against a bolt that is even a bit stubborn..and it'll stop doing it's only job of ratcheting. Personally I wouldn't pay any more than $20.00 for this particular set.
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I have another tool set with the exact same hammer. Let's just say the last time I needed it for any work, the hammer head came off as I was using it...
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should be good for woodworking
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Looks really good. I would throw a small socket set with it if you are going to put it in your car/truck.
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I wouldn't trust these.
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Anyone have this and can list the socket sizes included? Cannot see all the metric sizes from the picture and no detail in the reviews.
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These like all cheap tool sets are, well, cheap. I have this set which is cheap but does light jobs well:

https://www.harborfreight.com/105...cpns050120

Has a slightly different assortment (no hammer - I would buy a real hammer regardless) and more sockets/wire stripper.

With coupon on their website its $35.
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I would say these are light duty tools. I don't care what the pictures portray (they're photoshopped, and the parts being work on for both the dirt bike and Jeep appear to be brand new), I've not used a Hypertough tool that could budge a non-pristine bolt like you'll find on most used cars without resulting in injury.

They'll certainly work for removing battery terminals, or tightening a loose hose clamps, and the like, but I have my doubts about using them to do heavy suspension work as the photos would suggest.

For stuff around the house like changing outlets or installing a TV mount or putting together boxed furniture, or as something you don't mind it being lost or to let other people borrow, absolutely. But if you expect to have an emergency on the road that you'll need these types of tools for, you're probably better off to save the $40 and pay for roadside assistance coverage or a AAA membership.
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I have other Hyper Tough stuff, like precision sets and scissors, they're fine for light duty. All that stuff is probably 'chinesium' which will bend, break off, and be useless eventually. I guarantee that ratchet will break the moment it comes up against a bolt that is even a bit stubborn..and it'll stop doing it's only job of ratcheting. Personally I wouldn't pay any more than $20.00 for this particular set.
Nothing worse than getting stuck in a bad situation with chinesium junk tools and nothing else, and the tool breaks and your shouting things the devil wouldn't say. Learned that the hard way.
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Anyone have this and can comment on quality? Usable enough for keeping in the truck?
Eh, depends on the needs. Like comments said below, I wouldn't try your luck on any stubborn job. Probably be fine for light use, just don't expect durable tools and you should be good
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I have another tool set with the exact same hammer. Let's just say the last time I needed it for any work, the hammer head came off as I was using it...
Sounds like hyper JUNK 😂
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Nothing worse than getting stuck in a bad situation with chinesium junk tools and nothing else, and the tool breaks and your shouting things the devil wouldn't say. Learned that the hard way.
Same here, I figured, 'why not, sets are cheap enough and a lot of bits' - after breaking all the crappy Durabuilt, Black&Decker, and other house brands and useless, shaved off bits, I got my first Wera set which tackled the jobs great, bits didn't strip, and realized that I put myself through so much agony with garbage tools.
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These like all cheap tool sets are, well, cheap. I have this set which is cheap but does light jobs well:

https://www.harborfreight.com/105...cpns050120

Has a slightly different assortment (no hammer - I would buy a real hammer regardless) and more sockets/wire stripper.

With coupon on their website its $35.
This set looks much better & I still wouldn't count on it.
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