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Craftsman 308 pc. Socket Set with Extension Bars

Item# 00935831000P | Model# 35831 | Added on September 26, 2012 |
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Be Ready for Your Next Project Whether you're a mechanic or just like taking care of things under the sink or hood, you'll have every socket size you'll need for your next job with this socket set from Craftsman. With exactly 308 sockets in both standard and metric sizes for all drives, there's no nut and bolt you won't be able to fasten or loosen. These sockets come in regular and deep lengths to make sure even those hard-to-reach fasteners won't be a problem.

  • This 308-piece set includes: 64 1/4" drive sockets, 109 3/8" drive sockets, 126 1/2" drive sockets and 9 extension bars in all 3 sizes
  • Regular and deep lengths help you access hard-to-reach places
  • Features 6-point and 12-point sockets
  • Comes in both standard and metric sizes to make sure you're covered
  • Constructed of alloyed steel for dependable durability
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By dramanut
December 1st, 2014
No longer made in USA

Quality is still there, little tight but being new sockets to be expected. NO LONGER MADE IN USA. Laser markings are sub standard not uniform from socket to socket

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By atoolguy
May 4th, 2015
Wow. Where is the quality?

I am beyond extremely disappointed in this socket set. I cannot believe how poor the quality is. You would think that by craftsman saving all that money as far as production costs go outsourcing their hand tools to China that they could afford to have a little more quality control. The laser etching is a joke. Some are so lightly etched that you CANNOT even read the size, especially with any lighting at all hitting the chrome of the socket. None of the markings line up either. I have a smaller USA made set that's over a decade old and the etchings on those sockets are still perfectly readible after heavy usage AND they are all Imogene with a square flat in the socket so when on a socket rail you can see them all the exact same way. These are turned every which way you can think of! I don't undertsand that. I so badly wish I could trade these pieces of junk for us made sockets. ****, I'd even trade for a more quality set of the Chinese made sockets. My biggest gripe is that I have in less than five weeks spent over $2k on craftsman tools and this is what I get for my loyalty and hard earned money? But if I walk into my store locally ever single socket on the rack, is USA made and perfectly etched and aligned??????!!! Why does the guy that spends four dollars get a perfect socket made here at home and the guy that spends thousands get junk???

19 found this review helpful
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JWilliams123
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308 Piece Tool Set

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Tools are great but customer service *****! My husband ordered the 308 piece socket set. He was missing one socket that he needed. 3/8 12pt std 3/8 drive. He called customer service. Waited 45 minutes for a live human. The part# was 34632. Customer service told him he had to bring the tool kit and exchange the entire kit for a new one at our local Sears. That's just wonderful if they had it in stock he wouldn't have ordered it online and waited a week for it to be shipped. He also had already organized his tool box and needed his tools today. He had already dismantled the cardboard box it came in. He had the part# for the missing tool and they wouldn't make things right and send him the missing tool. They couldn't figure out how to do that. Sears sure has gone down the toilet. Very Sad.

14 days ago via mobile
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Dave_59
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Good quality socket set

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My only complaint about these sockets is that the laser etching of the easy to read label is quite faded. My older easy to read sockets are easier to read.

April 2nd via sears.com
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JOSEPH COTTON
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March 24th
Joe111111
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Missing parts, no replacement

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I inventoried the set and had 4 missing sockets, 3 duplicates, and one with the laser etching upside down. Went to Sears store and they said they couldn't replace the missing sockets unless I bring in the 296 sockets I did get so they could inventory them. I said really?? If I was trying to scam Sears out of 4 sockets after making a $400 order, couldn't I just as easily take a full set, swipe 4 sockets, and return the other 296? Fine whatever, I'll call the main customer service. They said sorry, all we can say is you could return the set you got and reorder. I said nope, I need these tools now, for work, I can't be without any sockets for a week or more. 15 minutes of being on hold, they say okay, we can give you a 5% refund ($17). The missing sockets cost $24. Sorry, it's either this or you return the set. Fine. I'll take the $17. With customer service like that it's no wonder Sears is going out of business. Next time I'll buy Kobalt.

March 24th via sears.com
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DaBish
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Can't Beat It

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I have Craftsman tools from throughout the past four decades. Most were manufactured in the USA. In recent years they are made in China. I'll admit, a few of those were junk. One 13mm wrench snapped under very little pressure. But its replacement has held up just fine. I've measured, weighed, and contrasted these new sockets with their USA predecessors. They seem fine, regardless of origin. For the price after the various discounts, rebates, etc. I don't see how the value can be beat.

March 22nd via sears.com
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Craftsman 308 pc. Socket Set with Extension Bars
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November 16th, 2016
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November 16th, 2016