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159 pieces Kirkland Tool Set at Costco $79.99

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Costco has a good tool set for sale for $79.99 at local store. I saw plenty in stock at my local Costco. You can order online but will cost $7.99 in shipping.

https://www.costco.com/Kirkland-S...45342.html


Tools are made in Taiwan which seems to have better quality.
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Created 02-21-2017 at 11:45 AM by midorix
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nice deal, can return any time if you need to.
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Same price in store, IIRC.
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I think that's regular price. $0.50 per piece is pretty regular.
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Looks like a decent set, like the red/blue color denoting SAE/Metric and the fully polished ratchets look much nicer than what came in my 230 piece Craftsman set from December.
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I think that's regular price. $0.50 per piece is pretty regular.
No, Last week it was $20 more - $99.99
I am in Costco 3 times a week, Just got back....Smilie
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I know these tools are rebranded just not sure what brand, ive heard it before. Anyone any idea what Im talking about? Please let me know and thank you
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these are good. and definitely quality pieces. I picked one up last week. this sale happens about twice a year.
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I know these tools are rebranded just not sure what brand, ive heard it before. Anyone any idea what Im talking about? Please let me know and thank you
https://www.reddit.com/r/Costco/c..._kirkland/

Craftsman it looks like
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Good deal, i would purchase it if I didn't have 2 other similar sets already.
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This set has a wide variety of 33 "bits" in total which can be very useful for modern vehicles wherein you need to remove many covers, shields, clamps, and brackets to get to the nuts and bolts you are actually aiming for.
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I picked one up

Thanks OP
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Would make a nice graduation gift for that grown child about to head out on their own. Personally I HATE this style of tool storage case, it's often difficult to pry out certain tools, and equally difficult to lock them back into their spot.
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I know these tools are rebranded just not sure what brand, ive heard it before. Anyone any idea what Im talking about? Please let me know and thank you
They look like kobalts. If they are made in Taiwan and the reverse switch swings in the opposite direction of most ratchets, then they are probably kobalt.
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What is the additional surcharge it charges non-members?
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