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90-Piece HART 1/4 and 3/8-inch Mechanics Tool Set (Chrome Finish)

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Walmart has 90-Piece HART 1/4 and 3/8-inch Mechanics Tool Set (Chrome Finish) for $28.88. Select free store pickup if stock is available, otherwise shipping is free with Walmart+ (free 15 day trial) or $35+ orders.

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Key Features
  • 90 tooth ratchet is 20% more efficient* with more speed and access in tight areas
  • Full chrome finish for rust resistance
  • Quick release for superior socket hold
  • Reverse switch lever for easy one-handed use
  • Disclaimer: *compared to standard 72 tooth ratchet
  • Specs: Drive Size: 1/4" and 3/8" Point: 6 Point Finish: Chrome Measure Type: SAE and Metric
Includes:
  • (1) Case (40) 1"INSERT BITS PH 0 PH 1 PH 2 PH 3 PZ 1 PZ 2 PZ 3 HSAX SQ 1 SQ 2 SQ 3 T 10 T 15 T 20 T 25 T 27 T 30 T 40 HEX 2.5 HEX 3 HEX 4 HEX 5 HEX 6 HEX 3/32 HEX 1/8 HEX 5/32 HEX 3/16 HEX 7/32 HEX 1/4 SL 3 SL 4 SL 5 SL 5.5 SL 6 SL 7 SL 1/8 SL 5/32 SL 3/16 SL 7/32 SL 1/4 6 TOOLS: 1/4" RATCHET 3/8" RATCHET 1/4" DRIVE BIT DRIVER 3/8" DRIVE 3" EXTENSION 1/4" DRIVE BIT ADAPTOR 3/8" DRIVE TO 1/4" ADAPTOR (21) 1/4" SOCKETS (10) SAE SOCKETS 5/32 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 11/32 3/8 7/16 1/2 (11) MM SOCKETS 4 mm 5 mm 5.5 mm 6 mm 7 mm 8 mm 9 mm 10 mm 11 mm 12 mm 13 mm (23) 3/8" SOCKETS (11)SAE SOCKETS 1/4 5/16 11/32 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 13/16 (12) MM SOCKETS 8 mm 9 mm 10 mm 11 mm 12 mm 13 mm 14 mm 15 mm 16 mm 17 mm 18 mm 19 mm
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Walmart [walmart.com] has 90-Piece HART 1/4 and 3/8-inch Mechanics Tool Set, Chrome Finish for $28.88
Shipping is free on orders of $35+ or free with Walmart+ [walmart.com] (free 15 day trial)


Key Features
  • 90 tooth ratchet is 20% more efficient* with more speed and access in tight areas
  • Full chrome finish for rust resistance
  • Quick release for superior socket hold
  • Reverse switch lever for easy one-handed use
  • Disclaimer: *compared to standard 72 tooth ratchet
  • Specs: Drive Size: 1/4" and 3/8" Point: 6 Point Finish: Chrome Measure Type: SAE and Metric
Includes:
  • (1) Case (40) 1"INSERT BITS PH 0 PH 1 PH 2 PH 3 PZ 1 PZ 2 PZ 3 HSAX SQ 1 SQ 2 SQ 3 T 10 T 15 T 20 T 25 T 27 T 30 T 40 HEX 2.5 HEX 3 HEX 4 HEX 5 HEX 6 HEX 3/32 HEX 1/8 HEX 5/32 HEX 3/16 HEX 7/32 HEX 1/4 SL 3 SL 4 SL 5 SL 5.5 SL 6 SL 7 SL 1/8 SL 5/32 SL 3/16 SL 7/32 SL 1/4 6 TOOLS: 1/4" RATCHET 3/8" RATCHET 1/4" DRIVE BIT DRIVER 3/8" DRIVE 3" EXTENSION 1/4" DRIVE BIT ADAPTOR 3/8" DRIVE TO 1/4" ADAPTOR (21) 1/4" SOCKETS (10) SAE SOCKETS 5/32 3/16 7/32 1/4 9/32 5/16 11/32 3/8 7/16 1/2 (11) MM SOCKETS 4 mm 5 mm 5.5 mm 6 mm 7 mm 8 mm 9 mm 10 mm 11 mm 12 mm 13 mm (23) 3/8" SOCKETS (11)SAE SOCKETS 1/4 5/16 11/32 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 13/16 (12) MM SOCKETS 8 mm 9 mm 10 mm 11 mm 12 mm 13 mm 14 mm 15 mm 16 mm 17 mm 18 mm 19 mm
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#16
Hart is decent, homeowner grade stuff, I've used em here and they got it done. hyper tough is terrible these are good enough.
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I didn't already have so many sockets sets, I would definitely get this. It even has the 5.5mm socket which is useful for some GM cars
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#18
Have this exact set at our cabin. Nothing special but not bad. At $30 its a deal imo.

Quality wise its the same as any sub $100 set ive used from other brands (craftsman, kobalt, husky, and the like)

For around the house or something to keep in your car it works great. Actually did brakes and lower control arm on my car using them.

I went ahead and ordered another to put in the trunk of my daughters car.
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Bought this last time it was on sale. Perfect set that doesn't skimp on oddball sizes - I've got an 05 Sierra, and GM likes to use 5.5 and 7mm in a lot of areas which this has. Also has a 10mm for both socket sets, and the 90 tooth ratchets are really nice in tight spaces.
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Just picked up a set, and I'm impressed with the quality of the tools/bits. The chroming is decent but not perfect, and the ratchets have decent heft.

For comparables... It's below Kobalt/Old School Craftsman/Icon... probably on par with the newer lower quality Craftsman tools, Stanley and those sort of brands. I'm gifting this to a buddy who doesn't have any tools, and I think it'll be fine for the DIY'ers among us.
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Quote from diego97yey :
You know. People talk about quality and what not, but a ratchet that was included when i bought a box like this from Craftsman is defective or something and it does not turn right. I betcha these do
Lifetime guarantee on that craftsman unless you don't actually have craftsman. Take the ratchet to a Lowes and tell them you need a replacement. They may take some time to figure it out, probably call a manager, but it will be replaced.
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This is a great deal. I've shopped my ass off for a good bang per buck set. This easily takes the cake. 90 tooth ratchets are hot
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Can these be used with Ryobi Drill and Driver?
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Thanks. Been looking for cheap set. Wife was at Walmart while reading and got one.
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Quote from uknowsana :
Can these be used with Ryobi Drill and Driver?
Any drill as long as it accepts 3/8.
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Quote from shoxpro :
Any drill as long as it accepts 3/8.
Thnx! I had bought the Ryobi 6 tool set. This is my first tool set. So no idea about attachments and compatibility
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Quote from cptmuller :
Sure, but the Hart line of tools is a Walmart thing... there is 0 reason to believe they're not built to Walmart standards. As you've pointed out TTI makes a big spectrum of quality.
Makes sense. I see what you mean now
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Quote from Felon :
Can anyone comment on the quality/applicability of this set?
Has not tried this brand per se but the last time I bought a mechanic tool set for right about the same pricepoint at Walmart was a bust. The socket cracked with minimal application of torque. Tossed the whole set in the trash.

If you want inexpensive tools with decent quality that you can actually work on, go to Harbor Freight instead.
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Quote from Felon :
I had no idea!

It seems like they might be digging into Ryobi territory with their power tools though. Why would they compete with themselves?
Hong Kong based TTI owns Hart tools. By quality and price point from highest to lowest, TTI owns Milwaukee, Ridgid, Ryobi and then/now Hart. (Walmart is the owner of Hyper Tough that is manufactured by Test Rite Tools with factories in China and Taiwan.) TTI entered into a contract with Walmart for the Hart brand that displaced Stanley Black and Decker... for now, as a step up from Hyper Tough.

And btw, when Walmart enters into another contract with whomever down the road to replace Hart, there goes the exchange warranty if that was ever available.

Hart hand tool warranty [rackcdn.com] is explicit, in that normal wear and tear is not warranted.
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Its 29 bucks.
All 6 point sockets (with two adapters)
And comes with a case.
This is a really good entry level socket set.
You use it. You learn. You grow in knowledge.
A good bang for the buck / lessons learned.
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