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

Includes:
  • 1x 1/4" Ratchet
  • 1x 3/8" Ratchet
  • 14x Standard Length 1/4" Drive 6-Point Sockets
  • 20x Standard Length 3/8" Drive 6-Point Sockets
  • 8x Standard Length 1/4" Drive 12-Point Sockets
  • 10x Deep 1/4" Drive 6-Point Sockets
  • 14x Short Arm Hex Keys
  • 1x 3/8" Extension Bar
  • 1x Magnetic Bit Driver
  • 12x Nut Driver Bits
  • 10x Screwdriver Bits
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And.....? So what
The phone you're using to complain it's also made in China
The phone I'm responding to you on was made in South Korea. Some people, like myself, try to avoid buying things "made in china" because of China's terrible labor practices, antitrust laws, pollution track record...etc. Not to mention that cheap things made in China usually don't have the same quality control as other countries. Furthermore when possible, like with my tools, I try to buy American made because I want to keep Americans at work.
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The phone I'm responding to you on was made in South Korea. Some people, like myself, try to avoid buying things "made in china" because of China's terrible labor practices, antitrust laws, pollution track record...etc. Not to mention that cheap things made in China usually don't have the same quality control as other countries. Furthermore when possible, like with my tools, I try to buy American made because I want to keep Americans at work.
You left out the most important thing that came out of China. You know, the thing that rhymes with Billy Ray Cyrus.
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Stuff that says made in Taiwan (Tektron) . or the US. (Snapon, SK, Channellock)
Personally I have found the HF ikon tools are very good... perhaps a copy of snapon. at 1/3 price.
What about Milwaukee Hand Tools? Are they Chinesium as well?
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What about Milwaukee Hand Tools? Are they Chinesium as well?
Milwaukee sockets and wrenches are made in Taiwan. Many of their blades are made in Mississippi. Other hand tools could be from many places, including China.
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No 3/8 drive deep sockets. 1/4 drive sockets only go up to 3/8". I was looking at this to keep under the seat in my truck, but the limited socket sizes aren't suitable for even a roadside alternator repair or parking lot battery replacement.
Are you expecting a roadside alternator repair?...also, check these out...I have a jeep and park in an area where the battery is often needed to be placed in the vehicle ...https://www.oreillyauto.com/detai...08/4742240
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Does it make a difference if the product was made in China or USA (on a basis of quality, not the idea that we should be buying American made products), if the steel is still sourced from China. Craftsman, Stanley, Huskey, all are made from China steel. Only select products of a manufacturer are assembled (made in USA) and certainly not including the sockets...May be milled in USA (or Taiwan), but the steel is sourced from east asia...look for "with global materials", or "select products"
https://www.craftsman.com/whereitsmade
or Stanley's version "STANLEY opened its doors in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. Much has changed in 177 years, but our commitment to providing top-quality, dependable tools continues, featuring a lineup of select products made here in the U.S.A. with global materials"
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Its a good basic kit. I've had it for years when I lived in an apartment. We got a house a few years ago. I upgraded to the big Husky mechanic kit. I keep this smaller kit in my truck. Its compact and has everything you would need for a simple repair in a pinch.
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Does it make a difference if the product was made in China or USA (on a basis of quality, not the idea that we should be buying American made products), if the steel is still sourced from China. Craftsman, Stanley, Huskey, all are made from China steel. Only select products of a manufacturer are assembled (made in USA) and certainly not including the sockets...May be milled in USA (or Taiwan), but the steel is sourced from east asia...look for "with global materials", or "select products"
https://www.craftsman.com/whereitsmade
or Stanley's version "STANLEY opened its doors in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. Much has changed in 177 years, but our commitment to providing top-quality, dependable tools continues, featuring a lineup of select products made here in the U.S.A. with global materials"
Does it matter to you? If you are a legit mechanic or tradesmen, you wouldn't be considering Husky for your daily work anyway. Its a good brand for the weekend warrior and they have a good warranty.
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Are you expecting a roadside alternator repair?
It certainly has happened before. Once in the parking lot of some restaurant or another, and once while camping. I've also had to do a parking lot starter replacement, coolant hose replacements, engine sensor replacements, etc. After a few decades of driving I have encountered a variety of challenges. I try to be prepared. Have it and don't need it is preferred to need it and have nothing.
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It certainly has happened before. Once in the parking lot of some restaurant or another, and once while camping. I've also had to do a parking lot starter replacement, coolant hose replacements, engine sensor replacements, etc. After a few decades of driving I have encountered a variety of challenges. I try to be prepared. Have it and don't need it is preferred to need it and have nothing.
Parking lot starter or coolant replacement? Man, I need a friend like you. I wanna learn how to do those things on the go. Kudos to you bro.
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Does it make a difference if the product was made in China or USA (on a basis of quality, not the idea that we should be buying American made products), if the steel is still sourced from China. Craftsman, Stanley, Huskey, all are made from China steel. Only select products of a manufacturer are assembled (made in USA) and certainly not including the sockets...May be milled in USA (or Taiwan), but the steel is sourced from east asia...look for "with global materials", or "select products"
https://www.craftsman.com/whereitsmade
or Stanley's version "STANLEY opened its doors in New Britain, Connecticut in 1843. Much has changed in 177 years, but our commitment to providing top-quality, dependable tools continues, featuring a lineup of select products made here in the U.S.A. with global materials"
You are questioning whether the QA is different between Chinese made or American made? Only a lobbiest would think they are about the same. Come on dude! It's called Quality Control, not where did the material come from. Stop being a Chinese shill.
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Milwaukee sockets and wrenches are made in Taiwan. Many of their blades are made in Mississippi. Other hand tools could be from many places, including China.
I was wondering about their new 3/8 socket sets (99 bucks at HD). Looking for a set to go with the M12 ratcheting tool I got recently. They say Icon is SnapOn basially but I think they are made in China and I was curious to see if Milwaukee set is made in Taiwan. I was originally going to go Grey Pneumatic Metric Duo set but GP doesn't warranty it if you buy it from Walmart or most places, which makes the warranty pretty much useless so f'em. Go big or go home.
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Very nice basic set - have used it in my field service vehicle several times after owning it for one year. I like how everyone thinks that SAE fasteners no longer exist in the world - except the world is actually kind of old and there are several still in use out there (old cars, devices, houses etc). One reason I like this set is that it includes BOTH so I don't have to fumble around with transporting two tool sets. I like that it included allen wrenches and nut driver bits - both of which I have used for adjusting monitor mounting brackets and removing TV wall mounts.

**Edit** Of course it's made in China - you think you'd get an American made set for 30 bucks? Good luck getting a single wrench for that price point.
I work at a thermoformer, and while all our machines are made in either Italy or germany, every one of our locking machines is made here in the United states, and even our newest [2 years old] unit uses SAE bolts and nuts, and even more annoying as far as having to keep a bunch of stuff in my tool bag, standard Allen wrench keys. This kit would be great for my.work setup.
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Milwaukee sockets and wrenches are made in Taiwan. Many of their blades are made in Mississippi. Other hand tools could be from many places, including China.
They also just acquired a place here in madison wi that makes a bunch of cutting tools, blades, etcm
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I do NOT like the lifetime warranty of Husky. Yes, I can bring it back for exchange without receipt BUT they ask me for my driver license.

Someone told me that if you do this so many time, they will ban you from "return without receipt". Basically you will be denied to return or exchange stuffs without receipt.
Can anyone confirm if this is true or someone just tried to pull my leg?
This problem is solved by getting a receipt emailed to you during checkout
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