A great set at a great price
These are not quite as bad as some of the other Craftsman Chinesium tools, which is why they got two stars (I'd give them 1-1/2 but there are no half-stars). However, they're most certainly not nearly up to the quality of the same Craftsman drivers made by Western Forge in the USA some years ago, and I've got those to compare these with. They're not only not in the same class, they're not even in the same league. It shows in the rippled molding of the handles where they should be perfectly smooth, and the steel isn't as hard or durable. The driver should strip out a grade 2 screw head, not the other way around with grade 2 mild steel screws chewing up a driver tip. Grade 8 or 9 hardened screws would be another matter, even with even the best screwdrivers, but it's not. There was a time when Sears took pride in their Craftsman line being high quality. That's evidently completely out the window now and apparently has been for ten years or more. Glad I bought these to be stashed in a few places around the house for light duty. They certainly would not survive moderate or heavy duty *use* (never abuse) for long. Barely acceptable for light use on household furnishings, small appliances and tasks like attaching knobs to cabinet doors and kitchen or bathroom drawers. For anything more that requires greater torque, get better screwdrivers. These aren't up to it. For the discounted $9 price per set if (and only if) you can get *************, put one in the kitchen drawer, or with the laundry room light duty tool set, but don't put one out in the workshop or garage where they'll be promptly get chewed up and mangled.
Excellent set of screwdrivers with comfort grip for the best torque possible for all those tough and difficult screws that don't want to loosen up.