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Home Depot has 92-Piece Husky Mechanics Tool Set (H92MTS) on sale for $27.97. Shipping is free. Thanks Chewpers

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Set includes 2 ratchets (1/4 + 3/8), 52 sockets (42 standard, 10 deep), 14 short arm hex keys, 1 extension bar, 1 magnetic bit driver, 12 nut driver bits and 10 screwdriver bits.

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Husky Mechanics Tool Set (92-Piece)
Includes 52 sockets, 38 accessories, & 2 ratchets

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../203541493

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None near me, but here's the brickseek

https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=203541493
The problem with all starter kits is you'll never have the larger or odd ball sockets. I'd recommend holding out for a larger set on sale unless it's for very casual use.

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None near me, but here's the brickseek

https://brickseek.com/home-depot-...=203541493
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Thanks, in for 1. I need to start putting some basic tools together to leave at my camp
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In for one, good deal. Thanks OP.
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How good of a case is this - do the sockets stay in place well or do they spill out ?
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Is this set worth getting for someone without ratchets? I've been slowly putting together a tool set when things are buy it now prices, but I have no clue if this is a crazy deal or luke warm.
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Is this set worth getting for someone without ratchets? I've been slowly putting together a tool set when things are buy it now prices, but I have no clue if this is a crazy deal or luke warm.
The problem with all starter kits is you'll never have the larger or odd ball sockets. I'd recommend holding out for a larger set on sale unless it's for very casual use.
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It's not a crazy deal, lukewarm for sure for someone who already has tools IMO but it is a good deal for someone who does not. It is also excellent for someone who rarely uses tools to have just in case.you need a tool. I do like that it goes to 6mm deep well socket in 1/4 in drive.
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thanks op, in for one. been looking for a decent tool set to keep in my wifes car now that we tend to drive hers more than mine. I've seen a couple of decent deals at walmart but this one seems higher quality and looks like it'll cover most emergency/random situations. tu and rep!

edit: was also able to get free ship to home
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How good of a case is this - do the sockets stay in place well or do they spill out ?
Had this from last three-four years. Picked a markdown priced one from nearby Sears. It comes with a thin kaizen foam divider. As long as you don't lose it, its highly likely the sockets would stay at place
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Don't forget if you also have a Menards in your area, Home Depot will match the 11% off sale IF YOU PURCHASE ITEMS IN STORE. It does not apply to online purchases. https://www.homedepotrebates11percent.com/#/home
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I have a couple of these cheap sets for around the house as well as in the trunk of the cars. 99% of the time, I can just use the sockets but for the 1% that require an "oddball' I go find the big set. I'd hate to lug the giant 35 lbs 300+ piece sets around every time I need to take off a bolt lol
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Is this a tool set or a socket set? I'd expect pliers and a hammer etc. in a tool set.
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Great deal but it's OOS in my area.
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