I bought this to gauge the neck relief on my bass guitar, and it's certainly good enough for the job. That said, I do have some reservations: The lettering on the leafs are not in black colors (as suggested by the picture) but etched (laser?), which probably means it won't erase but it's just a little harder to read than I would like. The mechanism around the leafs being held inside the case also feels just a bit flimsy: The nut feels a bit rough, and the holes in the leafs are slightly bigger than the center screw that holds them such that the leafs wobble a bit inside when you untighten the nut. I also see a few leafs that are rough around the edges to the hole side. All of these little things probably won't affect usability for anyone, and I'm certainly satisfied, however I'm a bit disappointed that it doesn't feel as nice as an old leaf gauge that I've been borrowing from the lab work bench. One other thing that drove me crazy about the Sears website: Why aren't the blade sizes listed in the specs? For those that are wondering, here you go: 0.0015, 0.002-0.016 (in 0.001 increments), 0.018, 0.020, 0.022, 0.024, 0.025, 0.028, 0.030, 0.032, 0.035.
Plenty of different sizes of leaves for most basic measurements. I'm using this to check choke clearances on a small engine. Besides I like craftsman tools.
The tool is Great..to bad your stores are stocking less and less..I use to just go to Sears because you have everything there now I very rarely go cause you do not even stock screw drivers
The package was open and there was no product in the bag. Sears gave me the points back.
I like the wide variety of sizes included. Works great for many different automotive and small engine applications.