Here is my wrench test. I see they are made in China so I put the smallest one in the vise and hit it hard with a hammer. They do not bend like a Taiwan made wrench. Usually imports just bend right over. You can not bend a Craftsman wrench without heating it. This indicates that it is going to last forever. No matter how many bolts you turn through the years, it is not going to wear. I do hate that they shared our steal technology with the Chinese but what are you going to do to stay in business with the unions and all over here. Thank you Craftsman for making a quality wrench for a price we can afford.
These Chinese made Craftsman tools are of pretty low quality - I may as well be shopping at **************... I have plenty of good Craftsman tools, made in the U.S.A., but most of what is available now is very poor quality. The real kicker is if one of my "good", made in the U.S.A. tools fail, Sears replaces it with the current Chinese junk - so now, the "lifetime warranty" on my old tools isn't of much value. I will not be purchasing any more Craftsman tools in the future.
Good wrenches to keep inside ur vehicle just in case of emergency.