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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Flex Handle Socket Wrench

Item# 00944363000P | Model# 44363 | Added on July 26, 2010 |
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Craftsman 3/8" Drive Flex Handle Socket Wrench
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It's Tightening Time Get a better handle on stubborn nuts and bolts with this Craftsman socket wrench. A 10" design and a flex handle head mean you'll never have to deal with awkward fastening situations again. The head pivots and locks between 0° and 180° so you'll always achieve the right angle for the job.

  • Flex handle head rotates 180° for versatility to achieve required angles 
  • Head locks, even at angles, to ensure easier fastening
  • An 10" shaft length is designed to help give you strength at every turn
  • Wave washer joint design gives you positive resistance
  • Features a 3/8" drive that works with inch, metric and specialty sockets
  • Built with alloy steel for durability
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By MFRater
June 2nd, 2015
Used to be better

This handle functions but is not as nice as they used to be. There are no detents to hold the angle of the head making it a little less convenient. The finish on the head is pretty rough but doesn't seem to affect function.

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By Nathanss
July 24th, 2014
My Chinese made one is pathetic

I bought one about a year ago for my aviation tool set before going overseas to work on military helicopters. I first used it when I was overseas and to my surprise, none of my craftsman sockets fit on it. The square drive was machined too big. Of course it was a Chinese made one. When I went on leave earlier this year, I went to my sears store and exchanged it for a new one (another Chinese made one) I soon discovered after coming back overseas that the square drive head was extremely loose and floppy. I tried to use an allen wrench to tighten the screw, but it was metric, and I do not have metric tools with me. So I went online, and ordered an S�K breaker bar. This one is getting junked. Horrible, horrible quality oversight issues with Craftsman now days. Probably should have checked the quality of it before I walked out of the store. Oh well.

3 found this review helpful
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This was a replacement item and was replaced immediately.

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