This set is all you need for sockets and wrenches. All sizes, 1/4", 3/8" & 1/2". Standard & metric. The best difference between this and the 255 piece set is the ratcheting wrenches. Also, this tool box has individual holders for the wrenches under the flip top, rather than just a drawer where they just lay together. Assortment of torx bits, hex head and miniature wrenches too.
This set, for a weekend warrior mechanic like me, would me more than sufficient. I'm not upset about the tool selection or the fact that the tool count is inflated by useless stamped wrenches or allen key sets that everyone already has. I am upset by the fact that my grandpa gave me this set for Christmas and I didn't have the heart to tell him I'm returning it because 1) It is made in China, 2) The tools feel cheap and won't last as long as the rusty set my grandpa bought 40 years ago, 3) The case is junk and falls apart not to mention this "little" outfit is about 60 lbs. I own this product, but only for a few more days until I can find the receipt. Craftsman is another fine example of why this country has gotten in the mess that it's in.
He was so excited to get his first set of Craftsman tools.
Why use such cheap plastic on such a nice set of tools, The shelves just fall down because the tool box is produced poorly.
This is a good tool set that covers most general needs around the house and in the garage. Overall quality is good, but it is no longer made in the USA and I can tell a difference. I bought this one as a gift for my father and I own the previous version which was made in the USA. There is a noticeable quality difference between the two. That said, the quality is still better than most tools sets for this price.