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Craftsman 18mm 12 Point Combination Wrench

Item# 00942925000P | Model# 42925 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 18mm 12 Point Combination Wrench
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Tough Torque Get tough torque on stubborn fasteners with this Craftsman 18mm 12 point combination wrench. Forged from alloy steel for durability, this tool is heat treated, oil quenched and tempered for a uniform hardness and maximum strength. The nickel-chrome plated design resists rust and corrosion and simplifies cleaning.

  • 18mm 12 point combination wrench is an essential in your toolbox
  • 12 points of contact provide a strong hold and torque
  • Forged from alloy steel for durability
  • Heat treated, oil quenched and tempered design offers uniform hardness
  • Nickel-chrome plated design resists rust and corrosion
  • Full polish design cleans easily
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By USADave
October 31st, 2015
Made in CHINA as of 10/30/15

I bought this wrench from Sears.com to complete my collection of metric combination wrenches. When it arrived, to my dismay I saw that it was Made in China. Of all the Craftsman tools, I figured the combination wrenches would be the last tools to shift from the US to China. But nope, this one and the 19mm that I ordered are made in China. Aside from simply being "made in China", the QA/QC on the new combination wrench was poor. The open-ended wrench had extremely sharp edges and was burred, almost to the point where you could hurt yourself. I returned this wrench and will be looking for a USA-made version, or from another tool manufacturer. I try to be a loyal Sears/Craftsman fan, but with shifting something as simple as a combination wrench to manufacturing it in China, it's only a matter of time before you can't find USA-made Craftsman tools.

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December 24th
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Easy online order and pickup. Horrible in store availability

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It's a wrench. Easy online ordering and pickup as it's the only way to purchase local since the Sears store has nothing on their shelves.

April 25th
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Expect that I would use and buy again.

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I always used it as I am a handy man.

February 19th
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USADave
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Made in CHINA as of 10/30/15

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I bought this wrench from Sears.com to complete my collection of metric combination wrenches. When it arrived, to my dismay I saw that it was Made in China. Of all the Craftsman tools, I figured the combination wrenches would be the last tools to shift from the US to China. But nope, this one and the 19mm that I ordered are made in China.

Aside from simply being "made in China", the QA/QC on the new combination wrench was poor. The open-ended wrench had extremely sharp edges and was burred, almost to the point where you could hurt yourself.

I returned this wrench and will be looking for a USA-made version, or from another tool manufacturer.

I try to be a loyal Sears/Craftsman fan, but with shifting something as simple as a combination wrench to manufacturing it in China, it's only a matter of time before you can't find USA-made Craftsman tools.

October 31st via sears.com
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USA MADE

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Can't go wrong with the old American Made Craftsman tools. When you buy a regular set, there are always a couple of skipped sizes and some larger ones that you may want to add on. This is one of those wrenches.

August 31st via sears.com
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