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Craftsman Nut Cracker

Item# 00904772000P | Model# 4772 | Added on May 13, 2010 |
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Craftsman Nut Cracker
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The Craftsman Nut Cracker Packs a Lot of Power in a Small Frame The Craftsman Nut Splitter is there for you last resort when the nut just refuses all other forms of persuasion. This nut splitter is a small and compact tool that splits nuts from 5/16 to 7/8 in. across flats. A hardened steel cutter, this is a hand tool only. Not to be used with power tools.

  • Craftsman Nut Cracker
  • Tough but small
  • Cuts from 5/16 to 7/8 in across
  • This product comes with:
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    Praise
    By blue07aw
    January 21st, 2014
    good quality

    This is a nice quality tool. The reason for not giving it a 5 is that it will only work with a full height nut. On a short nut the pin rides up over the edge of the nut . This is not mentioned anywhere on the packaging.

    3 found this review helpful
    Criticism
    By hafcanadian
    May 25th, 2011
    Slips off nut

    Although this device appears heavier duty than my 40 year old nut splitter, its design leaves something to be desired. My old one had a floating head in a socket, and it adjusted well to the flat side of a nut. This new one has a fixed head with a rounded tip, and because it rotates with the device's bolt rather than staying still like it should, it tends to slide off the nut. It may work better on large nuts that more totally fill the pocket, but If I can find a better design out there, I will be taking this one back to Sears. To work more effectively, one would have to drill an indentation in the nut for the rounded-point head to seat into, so it would stay there long enough for the cutter to start digging in on the opposite side and split the nut. The reversible cutter could be an advantage, but turning it upside down did not help when the rounded head kept rolling off the opposite flat.

    5 found this review helpful
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    Sears_Purchaser
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    I would purchase it again if I lose it.

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    Great tool. What I have expected of a Craftsman tool for over half a century.

    September 8th
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    Sears_Purchaser
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    A tool you don't need often; but indispensible when you do

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    Well-made and solid tool. And Craftsman so you can replace if it breaks.

    April 26th
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    Sears_Purchaser
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    A keeper

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    Was too larger to use for my current need but I plan to use it in the future.

    April 5th
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    blefebvre
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    Mr. Peanut has nothing on this little beauty

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    Really effective when restoring old cars

    January 28th via sears.com
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    Ponchoguy
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    Still USA made

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    Nice to see it's still USA made. I needed one for my other garage and was able to get this one via ordering online and pickup in store. Arrived quickly.

    January 18th via sears.com
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