Resemble an original Craftsman old school tools, but Made in China. Can not say much about durability or fit. I bought it for a youth. My tool cabinets will not be ever tainted by any Chinese tools. SEARS wake up, we want only US made quality tools, which Sears provided for so many years.
First, I owe a big thank you for getting rid of the lobster claw and back to the traditional open end profile. Thank you for listening. However, the finish needs much to be desired, in the set of eight the smallest FIVE wrenches look like they were made in the same factory. The bead blasting and plating is consistent. The THREE larger wrenches look like they were made in four different factories. The 14mm wrench has no bead blasting and the sanding pattern is parallel to the wrench. The 13mm shows no bead blasting and the sanding pattern is perpendicular to the wrench. When this set is stored in a wrench tray the set looks like a random collection of wrenches. The 12mm wrench has the half of the word CRAFTSMAN & 12mm nearly sanded off, and the chrome plating is very dull compared to the rest. The finish sanding is VERY inconsistent and the flat panels are slightly better than the SAE set, but the "CRAFTSMAN" lettering is getting sanded away on the 11mm also. Two wrenches are missing the beveling on the 12 pt end and the holes are not centered due to too much grinding. Bought these on sale for $9.99 for this 8 piece set, are they worth $1.25 per wrench? The lifetime warranty is worth the price.