dealscraftsman 100-pc accessory kit for $14.99

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It was $12.74 2 days ago... dang inflation.

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I'd been looking at these for my dad, but they were out of stock yesterday. Thanks for the heads up!

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It says free shipping on orders $49 or more. This is not more than $49.

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I got this as Sam's for $9.99.

http://www.amazon.com/BLACK-DECKER-PIECE-HOME-PROJECT/dp/B006FZUC34/ref=sr_1_30?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1355175923&sr=1-30&keywords=set

You may luck up and it still be there. They were selling it flattend out so it's this like 4' long orange box.

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Just in case anyone is not aware, Sears a few years ago changed their "lifetime warranty" rules. Not sure about the wording, but it's essentially one swap for any given broken tool. Not sure how they track that, but that's what I was told when I took a ratchet in a few years ago. I can understand why they changed the rules, though. People would do stupid things with the tools, not caring what happened because they knew Sears would take them back. That adds a lot to overhead... Still, a bit of a bummer.

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Just got one, there's free shipping to store, so with tax (yay) mine came to $15.74. Now I just have to find a time to sneak out of the house and get it ;)

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I picked mine up today. It looks worth the price. They had a huge stack of them near the register

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@drjing: I don't know who told you that but they were flat out wrong. Sears does not care how many times you need to exchange a tool as they get credit for each one of them from the mfg. Especially ratchets, as theses are simply rebuilt with new (and actually better) internals and given to the next guy. They actually widened coverage last year to include fire damage and rusted tools which were not covered in the past. NOW that I've said that, NONE of the tools in this set are covered by anything other then the 90 day in store warranty with maybe the exception of the bit holder. Seriously, who in there right mind would warranty a screw bit?

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@drjing: You've been reading too many chain emails or posts on forums from someone that read one of those emails. Any lifetime warranty on Craftsman products are still unlimited replacement. The only minor exception that I've seen is some line of ratchets are replaced by ones that have been rebuilt (almost all new parts inside, with maybe a scuff or a scratch on the handle). I've even replaced a screw driver at a K-Mart recently, and the only problem there is the woman at the front customer service counter was either new or did not know how the warranty process worked. After calling a manager and then the manager getting a hold of the guy in tools, he went back and brought me back a new one. Manager showed the woman how to do the exchange which was "Thank you" and threw the old one (in 2 pieces) in a red Craftsman plastic bin that was under the counter. K-Marts are still in the process of getting a more broad range of Craftsman tools available in the stores, so YMMV.

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@kennyboy020: Thank you for the info. It was probably six years ago that it happened to me, and I could have just gotten an ignorant manager that traded me out (with a slightly smaller ratchet, grrr!), or they may have tried it for a while and gotten so much backlash that they went back to true lifetime replacement. EDIT: A quick search confirms that people have had similar problems, but Sears still stands by lifetime replacement (at least in the couple of articles I scanned). Thanks for letting me know! I may buy some more Craftsman tools, now...

@desynergy: Please read my post before replying. I spoke from personal experience, not hear-say.

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It's 14.99 on Sears website...

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The warranty does not normally cover drill or screwdriver bits, saw blades, drive belts, etc,. There may be some exceptions, but generally those items are not covered under a lifetime warranty.