Skip to content

Craftsman 1/2 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener

Item# 00957933000P | Model# 57933 | Added on July 31, 2017 |
Sold by
Craftsman 1/2 HP Chain Drive Garage Door Opener
You can earn on this product: $1.10 in points
Add To Cart
Description Specifications
Easy, Consistent Garage Access The Craftsman Series 100 Garage Door Opener (#57933) can lift the heaviest garage doors with a powerful 1/2 hp AC motor. The rugged chain-cable drive system delivers reliable and consistent operation, so you can get into and out of your garage with ease. A 5-piece sectional steel rail assembles easily, so you can get on with your day.

  • Powerful 1/2 hp AC motor lifts even the heaviest of garage doors
  • Rugged chain-cable drive system is designed for reliable use
  • 5-piece sectional steel rail is easy to assemble
  • Mechanical limits provide greater control over travel distance
  • Force control lets you easily adjust the force needed to open/close the garage door
  • One-button remote control securely operates the garage door
  • Illuminated push button securely operates the garage door from inside the garage
  • Photo eye safety sensors reverse the door if it comes in contact with anything while closing
  • Heavy-duty angle iron assists in installing the garage door opener securely to the garage ceiling
  • Compatible with all generations of HOMELINK
  • Uses a 100W light bulb or CFL equivalent
Motor Warranty - 4 YearsParts Warranty - 1 Year
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
Ratings & Reviews

Overall Rating:

(91 Ratings)
  • 5 Stars
  • 4 Stars
  • 3 Stars
  • 2 Stars
  • 1 Star
  • Read Reviews
Member Photos
No photos yet...

Most Helpful Reviews:

By mysterio1
November 3rd, 2017
best garage door opener for the money

The best garage door opener, low price, fast delivery, installed it in 3 hours comes with everything you need. Ive bought lots of tools, stove and other from Sears for years and never had trouble with Sears stuff, will buy again

18 found this review helpful
By Daveyboy8
November 23rd, 2017
Dead on arrival

Head unit was completely dead after installation. Waited a week for Sears tech to come out to fix it and he had no parts to fix it. Seriously?? So why come out?? Now I have to wait for that company and Sears corporate to figure out what to do. Meanwhile I sit here without a working garage door opener. I'm going back to Chamberlain openers for my future business. Now that Sears has sold off the Craftsman brand, the name is going South. Or, probably East, like China...

12 found this review helpful
Reviewers may have received a benefit, like a sweepstakes entry or rewards program points, in exchange for writing a review.
Those benefits were not conditioned on the positive or negative content of the review.


10 days ago via bv
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote



very good on my third door opener
when this one goes will get another
in 35 years

27 days ago via
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Danny Scholz
| Earned 7 community points in Craftsman
March 6th

Not a clean replacement, random opening


I selected Craftsman to replace my failed opener thinking It would be a clean swap out. Nothing matched up, and although I got the eyes to work, the door spontaneously opened at all hours of the day and night. This finally stopped when I disconnected the old wall button.... the button which worked fine with the old opener. So now we can only use the remote. Not to mention that I went in to buy the $99 opener advertised and emailed, but sears had hundreds of the $120 opener and none of the $99 openers.... bait and switch !!

February 28th via bv
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Erik Beljan
| Earned 62 community points in Craftsman

Good basic garage door opener


Good basic garage door opener. Cheap, easy to install and works. Largest issues are like all chain drives it is noisier than a belt drive and the 100 series takes different accessories than the other models so make sure you get the right accessories. I bought one in 2017 and a spare in 2019 in case my 10 year old one dies. The mounting patterns very very closely match 1/2 HP craftsman chain drive models from 10 years ago so replacement would be extremely easy if you have one of those, can basically just take the old one down, screw the new one in place, probably could be done in an hour or less.

January 23rd
0 of 0 found this review helpful.
Join or Sign In to vote
Questions & Answers (2) See All
Want to know something? Ask a question