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6-Piece Craftsman Jewelers Screwdriver Set EXPIRED

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Amazon has 6-Piece Craftsman Jewelers Screwdriver Set (CMHT65043) for $5.98. Shipping is free with Prime or orders $25 or more.

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Alternatively, Lowe's has 6-Piece Craftsman Jewelers Screwdriver Set (CMHT65043) for $5.98. Select store pickup where available.

Set Includes:
  • SL 1/16" x 1.75"
  • SL 5/64" x 2"
  • SL 3/32 x 2.25"
  • PH #0000 x 1.75"
  • PH #000 x 2"
  • PH #00 x 2.25"
Key Features:
  • Alloy-steel blades are heat-treated for strength and durability.
  • Coated with a satin-nickel finish.

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Fair question, but these are great when lazy new home construction electricians use the little push in connectors instead of the screw terminals and you have to find the right flat head that will fit just right and not kill your hand while you press in and pull the wire hoping the flat head isn't too small and then misses the clamp inside won't release and you spend what feels like an hour doing something that would have taken them 10 seconds to do and you have to repeat it two more times on that one switch or other not to mention the other 7 just in that room when you realize you've chipped or broken the flat head.

That was not what they call a run on. That was properly communicated growing seething angst.

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Not really a "slick" deal IMO as it's only $1 off according to the List Price.

But the lifetime warranty is what sold me and the fact that I could use a quality jeweler's screwdriver set. Long story short, I'm in for one; thanks OP.
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Quote from Guy767 :
Not really a "slick" deal IMO as it's only $1 off according to the List Price.

But the lifetime warranty is what sold me and the fact that I could use a quality jeweler's screwdriver set. Long story short, I'm in for one; thanks OP.
Agreed. It's been this price many times over the past year. If you need them, it's the regular sale price, but a good one nonetheless.
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How does one claim a warranty with craftsmen now a days?

I used to go to Sears to exchange, now where do we go?
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How does one claim a warranty with craftsmen now a days?

I used to go to Sears to exchange, now where do we go?

The trouble with warranties. Going out of business. Those that offer should have to post a bond to cover, in sears case with lifetime a big bond. So we are on our own with that #$55$$ forking company.
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Quote from miguelnator :
How does one claim a warranty with craftsmen now a days?

I used to go to Sears to exchange, now where do we go?
iirc Lowes carries Craftsmen
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This is the regular price when it's in stock, but TU. Decent quality and Lowes can do warranty exchanges if the break or wear down. Even though they're not the same quality, there's still a bit of nostalgia.
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Quote from miguelnator :
How does one claim a warranty with craftsmen now a days?

I used to go to Sears to exchange, now where do we go?
Quote from dguith :
The trouble with warranties. Going out of business. Those that offer should have to post a bond to cover, in sears case with lifetime a big bond. So we are on our own with that #$55$$ forking company.
Supposedly you can walk into any Lowes and have your Craftsman Hand Tool Warranty honored there. In theory no receipt is needed; Lowes will immediately replace it; providing that they have that particular tool in local stock that is.

There's also a bunch of YouTube [youtube.com] videos about people testing the Craftsman Warranty at Lowes that I don't have the patience to watch right now. It should be interesting to see the results though.

Overall, having a Lifetime Warranty on a cheap jeweler's screwdriver set is pretty remarkable IMO. That's what sold me at least...

Ace Hardware [acehardware.com] also carries Craftsman, so you should be able to have your warranty honored there too.
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Sears sold the Craftsman brand a few years ago to Stanley Black and Decker, click here to see all that they own https://www.stanleyblackanddecker...our-brands . SB&D is huge and owns many quality brands such as Dewalt, Porter Cable, Mac Tools, Lenox, Irwin, Bostitch, Proto,, just to name a few. They sadly no longer have anything to do with Sears
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Quote from miguelnator :
How does one claim a warranty with craftsmen now a days?

I used to go to Sears to exchange, now where do we go?
Lowes or Ace hardware
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From Q&A section:

The CMHT65043 is manufactured in Taiwan.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER Manufacturer · 11 months ago
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Craftsmen? More like crapsmen am I right?
Agree. Craftsman used to have decent quality, which was killed by competitors and sadly became a pure crap nowadays, not much different from what is sold in HF.

A good half of my tools and sets are "made in USA" Craftsman, and one of the reasons to buy them was "lifetime warranty". Even though none of them ever broke over the past 10-15 years, I probably won't even bother replacing them with made in China/Taiwan, in case if they break. I can't afford having non-reliable tools in the toolbox.
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