deals83 pc. homeowner tool set w/bag- craftsman evolv…

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Just so you know, the Evolv line is made in China.

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Most of the Craftsman brand of tools are now made in China. sigh

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They do have the Craftsman lifetime warranty.

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Made in China? Find me something that isn't. Still a great deal though.

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They do not have the craftsman warranty. But they have the sears warranty, which means you'll need to have a receipt.

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Straight from the Craftsman website:

8. - Evolv Hand Tools: FOR AS LONG AS IT IS USED from the date of purchase, this Craftsman Evolv hand tool is warranted against defects in material and workmanship. With proof of purchase, a defective product will be replaced free of charge. This warranty does not cover expendable parts that can wear out from normal use within the warranty period.

WARRANTY SERVICE
To obtain warranty coverage, return the product to the retailer from which it was purchased for free repair or replacement if repair is unavailable.

As opposed to

10. - All Other Hand Tools If this Craftsman hand tool ever fails to provide complete satisfaction, it will be repaired or replaced free of charge.

WARRANTY SERVICE
To obtain warranty coverage, return the product to the retailer from which it was purchased for free repair or replacement if repair is unavailable.

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That sounds like a pretty handy toolkit. You'd be surprised how often some of these things would come in handy to the average home owner.

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Says $69,00 at the site now, Is there a code?

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@jhd536: Made in China? Find me something that isn't. Still a great deal though.

I am down here by Easco Hand Tools Inc...they make Crafstman, Brute, and some other brand sockets..huge plant and they make tens of thousands of sockets every week. They are very secretive about which brands they make there (security is as tight as a military base).
I always make sure to buy Craftsman just for the piece of mind. Then again, in 35+ years I think I have broken 'maybe' 3 tools...and two of those was because I was not using it as designed (using a box end wrench as a pry bar for example)...every time I walk in, hand it to the salesperson, who hands me a new one....no questions about replacement...just the usual "how the heck did you bend a 12" long box wrench???"