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Craftsman 7 pc. 1/4" and 3/8" Torx Bit Socket Set

Item# 00934449000P | Model# 34449 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Craftsman 7 pc. 1/4" and 3/8" Torx Bit Socket Set
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Sock It to Your Projects Whether you're a weekend pro or spend your entire week in a workshop or garage, the Craftsman Torx bit socket set makes turning specialized bolts in hard-to-reach areas a breeze. Built tough from a steel alloy and coated to resist rust, this socket set features 1/4" and 3/8" bits that easily fit assorted drivers, wrenches and ratchets. A sturdy molded tray keeps this tool set neatly organized and lets you find the fasteners you need with ease.

  • Easy to swap between ratchets, nut drivers, torque wrenches and other extensions
  • Rugged steel alloy construction
  • Black oxide coating to resist rust
  • Smooth polished ends wipe clean easily
  • Includes (T15, T20, T25) 1/4" sizes and (T30, T40, T45 and T50) 3/8" sizes
  • Stores in a molded tray that's clearly marked for easy tool identification
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By Majurepain
August 23rd, 2014
Great Made in USA set.

The typical Craftsman quality you have come to expect. Handy to have around for situations that are too high torque for Torx Screwdrivers. I highly recommend.

1 found this review helpful
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By Worker123
November 27th, 2014
Poor quality it seems

I snapped off my no-name brand T30 Torx bit while changing my struts so I decided to head to the local Sears to purchase a replacement. Due to various SYWR points incentives I ended up purchasing this entire set which was a good deal. However, the T30 Torx bit from this set snapped off MUCH easier than the no-name brand I snapped off earlier. Very disappointing. Ended up grabbing the bolt from the back side with a vice grips.

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Craftsman Tools Are Dependable Guaranteed

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These tools have been strong and dependable to use for life. Guaranteed. They are handy to use for Big projects as well as Small projects.

February 9th
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searscom

Absolutely worthless

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Craftsman used to stand for affordable quality. Now their tools are made in China. Absolute poor quality! I twisted two of their torx bits. Took them back. Lifetime warranty but they are only available in a set. They won’t warranty the set only individual bits. The bits are not available separately. So essentially no warranty. I’m done with Craftsman. No more. Guess I’ll have to shell out for Snap On when I need something. Sad...

August 12th
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Royboy1952
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Misrepresented By Sears

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The online listing shows a photo of the sockets. They are turned so that you can read MADE IN...which we all know means MADE IN (USA). The craftsman tools have never yet been stamped MADE IN CHINA. However, when the sockets arrived, the sockets offered no MADE IN anywhere. However, the packageing read MADE IN CHINA.

December 3rd via sears.com
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Sears_Purchaser
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Again and again

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Nice stuffs, very good quality

July 16th
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DJAJ62467

7 pc torx bit socket set

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good quality have used several times

December 29th via sears.com
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