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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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anyone know a deal on a big adjustable wrench? thx.
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Hart is owned by TTI but sold exclusively for Walmart nowadays.

Many big retailers will request tool manufacturers to white-label an "exclusive" store brand for them, so they don't have to price-match and compete with other retailers. Tool manufacturers often have multiple brands at a spectrum of quality, and even at the same level of quality, they may enter a contract with a retailer to make a white label variant for big retailers.

Quality-wise, I suspect it is equivalent to Ryobi level, which is also produced by TTI, but definitely not Milwaukee grade stuff. (all tools are made with a target price in mind, and the bill of materials for the quality level of components will reflect that).
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Everything is made in china if you want a good tools buy American(snap on -Mac). these are perfect to leave in the trunk of your car or truck.
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Thoughts on this Hart set vs. a similar Kobalt set? Looks like the Kobalt has a few larger sizes in the set. Curious on quality. Not sure if I like the idea of a multi purpose ratchet handle in the Kobalt? Thanks.
Link for the Kobalt set. 64 pieces. $34.98 in my area (shows 15 off).
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-6...t/50200821
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anyone know a deal on a big adjustable wrench? thx.
Regular Price but lots lower than a name brand tool.
https://www.harborfreight.com/24-...63644.html
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Just got these, not bad for under 30 dollars. Perfect if you just starting out and it's not heavy to carry with you for a small to medium job that don't require the bigger items.
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I'm looking at building/buying a set for emergency use to store in CUV for long road trips this summer. I have spare 3/8" ratchets, just looking for sockets that don't skip sizes and a case. This looks like it would work, but can anyone comment on the real world feel of this case size?
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Quote from DeadDealer :
I'm looking at building/buying a set for emergency use to store in CUV for long road trips this summer. I have spare 3/8" ratchets, just looking for sockets that don't skip sizes and a case. This looks like it would work, but can anyone comment on the real world feel of this case size?
My thoughts are this case has a lot of wasted space.
I'm thinking the DeWalt socket set (with case that was a hit this past BF season) or the Milwaukee socket set?
These are socket sets with cases but also come with ratchets.
Only other option is to build your own set of sockets from say - Harbor Freight?
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Hart is also sold at Home Depot. What makes it a Walmart thing?
We got a lot of haters. Ask a simple question and get down voted. Ya make the learning process more difficult. I come here to seek knowledge from experts.
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Quote from MangekyoSharingan :
We got a lot of haters. Ask a simple question and get down voted. Ya make the learning process more difficult. I come here to seek knowledge from experts.
I've seen lots of good, sound, advice down voted here, repeatedly.
Basically, I just ignore the down votes. Sometimes they are legit down votes, but mostly they aren't.
I have gleaned a lot of knowledge here from all the comments I've read on many topics, and I have read a lot.
Yeah, I'm one of those who starts at the 1st post and follows through to the last post.
I'm amazed at how many readers / posters don't do that.
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Quote from DeadDealer :
I'm looking at building/buying a set for emergency use to store in CUV for long road trips this summer. I have spare 3/8" ratchets, just looking for sockets that don't skip sizes and a case. This looks like it would work, but can anyone comment on the real world feel of this case size?
I've gone different ways - building my own tool "set" for the car based on my experience with the car (I know my TBSS requires certain tools/spares) and also buying a fairly complete but cheap set on it's own. Honestly, I've purchased the super cheapo HF tool sets when on sale for $30 or $40 and tossed it in the trunk of the various hoopties I've owned and been ok. It's nowhere near the quality of this, but it has almost everything you'd need - hex and allen wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, etc. and basic wrenches and sockets in metric and SAE. Would I like to tackle a complicated job with it? No - but I was able to repair my daughter's car in a parking lot a couple of times with it. I don't have to think "do I need this or do I need that" - just buy it, along with a good set of jumper cables, oil, paper towels, funnel, rubber gloves, a blanket, and you're done.
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Thoughts on this Hart set vs. a similar Kobalt set? Looks like the Kobalt has a few larger sizes in the set. Curious on quality. Not sure if I like the idea of a multi purpose ratchet handle in the Kobalt? Thanks.
Link for the Kobalt set. 64 pieces. $34.98 in my area (shows 15 off).
https://www.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-6...t/50200821
The combo 1/2" 3/8" 1/4" doesn't seem like a good concept, too bulky for situations that call for a 1/4" drive, and too short to apply the torque needed for 1/2" drive. The Goldilocks idea probably ends up frustrating in many cases.
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anyone know a deal on a big adjustable wrench? thx.
Amazon has this 15" Crescent for $25.24, about half price. I think it's Chinese made, but on the high end of quality and suited for commercial use, and has 87% 5 star ratings. Pretty solid deal. Crescent is an Apex brand, which has excellent lifetime warranty replacement with just a phone call.

https://www.amazon.com/Crescent-AT215BK-Tools-Adjustable-Wrenches/dp/B00C3IJE8Q/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=crescent+15"+adjustable&qid=1622648495&sr=8-2
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Amazon has this 15" Crescent for $25.24, about half price. I think it's Chinese made, but on the high end of quality and suited for commercial use, and has 87% 5 star ratings. Pretty solid deal. Crescent is an Apex brand, which has excellent lifetime warranty replacement with just a phone call.

https://www.amazon.com/Crescent-AT215BK-Tools-Adjustable-Wrenches/dp/B00C3IJE8Q/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=crescent+15"+adjustable&qid=1622648495&sr=8-2
Thanks!
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Just picked up this set, and the 3/8" ratchet is not 4 degree 90 tooth as they claimed, but it's actually a 72 tooth 5 degree. The 1/4" ratchet is the smaller step, so they're half right. Looks decent enough, I like the socket arrangement in the case that makes it easy to pluck out the right one. Better than the ones that grip them too tightly.
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