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270-Piece Husky Mechanics Tool Set w/ Connect Trays or Tool Storage Case EXPIRED

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Home Depot has 270-Piece Husky Mechanics Tool Set w/ Connect Trays (H270CONNECT) on sale for $99. Shipping is free, otherwise, select free ship to store option.

Alternatively, Home Depot has 270-Piece Husky Mechanics Tool Set w/ Tool Storage Case (H270MTS) on sale for $99. Select free curbside pickup if stock permits

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About the Product
  • Comprehensive selection of tools for professional/DIY mechanic workshop
  • Fully polished chrome finish
  • Chromium alloy steel for outstanding durability/strength
  • Large, hard-stamped size markings allow for easy readability
  • Sockets and wrenches feature chamfered lead-ins to help provide fast and easy placement
  • Hex keys, screwdriver and nut driver bits are formed from heat-treated S2 tool steel for added strength and wear protection
Includes
  • 1/4" Husky 72-Tooth Ratchets
  • 3/8" Husky 72-Tooth Ratchets
  • 1/2" Husky 72-Tooth Ratchets
  • 54x 1/4" Husky Drive Sockets
  • 61x 3/8" Husky Drive Sockets
  • 19x 3/8" Husky Drive Bit Sockets
  • 14x 1/2" Husky Drive Sockets
  • 4x Husky Drive Extensions
  • 14x Husky Combination Wrenches
  • 101 Huskey Other Tools
Warranty
  • Includes a lifetime warranty w/ purchase (if you Husky product ever fails, bring it back and product will be replace for free)

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  • Price Research: Purchase this unit today and save $80 Off (44.69% Savings) from the original list price of $179. This is the best available price coming from this popular/rated Husky Tools
  • This 27-Piece Husky tool set will provide the novice or professional with a huge assortment of durable and reliable tools to get the job done
  • Offer is part of a special buy price
  • Limit 5 per order
  • Offer valid while promotion/supplies last
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I'm not a pro mechanic by any means, but I do regular work on my own cars and motorcycles and here's my two cents:

12-point sockets on manual tool sets are better than 6-point sockets in almost ALL use cases, especially for non-ratcheting wrenches. With more points, it's way easier to position and engage fasteners in hard to reach areas (which is likely going to be a lot of the time when doing mechanic work).

For impact or pneumatic tools, sure, a 6-point makes sense since it provides more precise contact and reduces the risk of rounding off the fastener, but that's not what this set is for.

There's also nothing stopping you from getting both types if it really matters to you that much... no one said you had to get one or the other, so no need to TC.

Everything said, this is a great deal for those looking for a relatively complete manual toolset for home mechanics. From personal experience, the 8, 10, and 13 mm sockets will cover 90% of your needs. 😉
Same set with a box is available for the same price. Just an FYI.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../309161789
Why do some people even comment, if they just personally don't care for the item? Is it just to argue, or are they lonely & crave attention? The, "I don't like it, so it's a lousy deal" gets old.
I prefer 6 pt sockets, but there are times when a 12pt is needed, or just works better. Same thing with wrenches.

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Same set with a box is available for the same price. Just an FYI.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../309161789
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12 point sockets lul. Fluff.
How often have you had a problem with 12 point sockets? I'm guessing never unless you're a diesel or heavy equipment mechanic where you're using a ton of torque. 12 point sockets are fine for the home DIYer.
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How often have you had a problem with 12 point sockets? I'm guessing never unless you're a diesel or heavy equipment mechanic where you're using a ton of torque. 12 point sockets are fine for the home DIYer.
Sounds like you've never had to deal with rusty fasteners.
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How often have you had a problem with 12 point sockets? I'm guessing never unless you're a diesel or heavy equipment mechanic where you're using a ton of torque. 12 point sockets are fine for the home DIYer.
It's much more common to have an issue with 12pt sockets rounding off bolts than to be in a situation to actually need the 12pt. You can also get away with fewer 6pt sockets than 12pt in those odd bolt size situations.
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Sounds like you've never had to deal with rusty fasteners.
That's an incorrect assumption. There's this stuff called penetrating oil. And then there's using the right tool for the job. Sometimes you should use 6-point sockets, but it's usually not necessary in most cases. You have to be smarter than the tools.

Quote from natefansler :
It's much more common to have an issue with 12pt sockets rounding off bolts than to be in a situation to actually need the 12pt. You can also get away with fewer 6pt sockets than 12pt in those odd bolt size situations.
I agree 100%, but 12-point sockets work completely fine in most situations.
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So which one is better ? I'm not a professional mechanic. I just from time to time regular maintenance to my cars. (Honda and Nissan).
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So which one is better ? I'm not a professional mechanic. I just from time to time regular maintenance to my cars. (Honda and Nissan).
They're both the same. From what I've heard the box is pretty cheaply made. So I would opt for the trays
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Why do some people even comment, if they just personally don't care for the item? Is it just to argue, or are they lonely & crave attention? The, "I don't like it, so it's a lousy deal" gets old.
I prefer 6 pt sockets, but there are times when a 12pt is needed, or just works better. Same thing with wrenches.
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Why do some people even comment, if they just personally don't care for the item? Is it just to argue, or are they lonely & crave attention? The, "I don't like it, so it's a lousy deal" gets old.
I prefer 6 pt sockets, but there are times when a 12pt is needed, or just works better. Same thing with wrenches.
What exactly do you think a forum is?

everyone here has mentioned their reasons for not liking the product.

what you're looking for is perhaps gal gadots Instagram stream.. 😉
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The issue is the 101 pieces which are mainly bits and Allen keys. So in reality it's a 169 piece tool set.
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How is this compared to $150 290-set?
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The problem with most of these sets is they're:

- Incomplete, skip lots of socket sizes or offer only a short range or no overlap between 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" drives (or worse, only 2 out of the 3).
- Don't offer the smaller or largest sizes
- Usually 12 point, maybe a mix with some 6.
- Use lots of hex bits to increase the tool count
- The cases usually fall apart and don't stay closed according to reviews.

The one set that gets past most of this is the Harbor Freight 301 piece set. It includes a full range of sizes for 1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" in 12 and 6 point with plenty of adapters if you need to get in tight spots. It does include a lot of bits, but actually useful ones - like e-torx. The case is excellent and way more portable than those tool-box style cases with the other sets. My only real complaint is the assortment of cheap wrenches, which are pretty pathetic in count and quality. The HF set usually goes on sale for BF. I picked mine up for about $160 last year and it has more than paid for itself with how many jams it's gotten me out of this year because of the complete assortment inside.
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