I finally got around to buying a set of these to work on my cars that sport more metric nuts and bolts than anything else!
Just like the SAE set, this is a tough set of tools made to be used! They did the job I needed them to do this weekend when I was working on the wife's 1999 Mustang!
Great tools at a good enough price made only better by the warranty!
Unfortunately not available in pieces, only the set. If I'm going to spend $50 for a 10 pc set of tools (that's $5 a piece) I only need one of I'd expect to support fellow American workers. The cheap plastic pouch feels flimsy too. You have to look really hard at the tiny print on the pouch to read the "made in China" label. Craftsman is no longer worthy of its price premium as I can get any other made-in-China brand much cheaper. I'll go buy SK Tools or Proto: they're still made-in-USA. Sears: are you TRYING to lose generations of lifelong loyal customers? My grandfather insisted on Craftsman. My dad insisted on Craftsman. I was teaching my kids to only buy Craftsman, but now that they're no longer made-in-America I can't any longer do so in good conscience.
The price was good they were on sale they are decent but extremely disappointed that they are no longer made in the usa. The USA ones were better in quality and I wouldn't mind paying a bit more for that.