I believe this is made by Western Forge for Sears. If you were to compare this to an equivalent Asian made wrench you would probably notice a few things. First, this is a lighter allow so it's easier to handle. Second, the tolerances on the prawl and jaw are much tighter on this set, which means you don't have to constantly adjust it. My 8 inch wrench in the set has very little rattle, but the trade off is that it's a little stiff adjusting the prawl. But I'll take the precision over ease of adjustment. Better get these while you can. Great buy.
This was originally not approved by the censors at the Krem... I mean, Sears. So, let me just add the following: they are made of metal, they are made in the USA. There were, as advertised, three in the package. There is a hole on one end to put some sort of organizing device through it while the other end is used for wrench-related activities. Building my first real tool collection and for reasons unbeknownst to me, I decided to follow the Craftsman path. But the disappointment continues as I picked up this set, only to find the wheel on the middle-sized wrench won't move -- not even a bit. Took it into a Sears to exchange; nope. Needed the whole set. Explained the Warranty policy to the clerk, told that wasn't the case anymore. I'll pay extra for Made in USA and a proper warranty ... but starting to second guess Sears.
Excellent wrenches that don't slip and well made. They are a welcomed edition to my toolbag.
How do you review something you never received. UPS strikes again damaged or lost my order so they say. All I am left with nothing