dealscraftsman 200-piece mechanics tool set w/ molded…

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Good find... but I'd suggest adding a more common size socket to pad the deal, such as a 10mm, 12mm,3/8" etc. Sorry, I'm on my mobile and the Sears mobile site blows hard

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@suludance: Those sizes are included. Take a look at the list of included pieces:
http://download.sears.com/misc/IL33200.pdf

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Yeah, it's gonna have all the sockets you need. Add a roll of paper towels if you need to, it doesn't really matter. That's not the point. lol

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Sears sucks. Visiting canada, want to ship to states... nope. I can ship to states but no deal on the crap since I'm not there. I wish half of these jerks organizing pages would listen to the programmers and take anybody's money. No wonder they're going out of business again.

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Part of my tool set includes Craftsman tools that have been handed down over three generations. Unless you lose part of this set, you will never need to buy a replacement piece.

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I've got a similar craftman set that's served me well. If I didn't already have most of these, I'd be in for one.

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@11ry11: It should be noted that it's not because they're so well built but rather that they have a life time warranty. When they DO break you can just get a new one at the nearest store. Personally I've grown to hate Craftsman tools. For example, my 1/2" ratchet broke on me AGAIN the other day (the ratchet mechanism on newer ratchets SUCKS). I'll have to hit up the Mac or Matco guy next time they're at the shop and get a real ratchet. Not this consumer/hobbyist grade garbage they're passing off as "professional" grade these days.

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Agreed. It is Sears, after all. Smaller sizes will hold up well. Then again if you're talking 1/4" drive, so will sets made in china. If you get into the 1/2" 3/4" drive sockets you'll be making a trip to Sears for a replacement more often than you think.

Before I retired I was around heavy equipment a lot. I'd see a lot of new kids come in with a shiny set of craftsmen tools. When they left, they left with a set of Mac or Snap-on tools. They learn quick.

The back yard mechanic will find they work for them. For the pros... they realize they're just "sears" stuff.

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Almostheaven- Thanks to you and sears my spouse has been wanting a complete set for quite a while now and this year for his birthday his I WANT will come TRUE. THANK YOU.