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iWork 119 pc. Tool Kit

Item# 00914908000P | Model# 70-119-DISP | Added on November 19, 2010 |
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iWork 119 pc. Tool Kit
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Finish the Job No matter what type of project lies ahead of you, you'll be ready with this iWork homeowner's tool kit. Perfect for home repairs and auto work, this 119-piece set helps you cover all ground. A ratchet and sockets with extension bars and adapters help you loosen and tighten bolts in hard-to-reach places. The wrench set with drivers, pliers and bits help you take on fasteners around the house. Work like a professional with the help of this tool set.

  • Set includes: ratchet (3/8" drive), 6" extension bar (3/8" drive), a 3/8" to 1/4" adapter, socket set (3/8" drive & 1/4" drive), 3" extension bar (1/4" drive), spark plug socket (3/8" drive), combo wrench set, screwdrivers, long nose pliers, diagonal pliers, adjustable wrench, hex key set, screwdriver bits, ratchet screwdriver, adapter, bit holder, hammer, torpedo level, tape measure
  • Ergonomic handles give you a comfortable grip
  • Corrosion-resistant steel lets you work away in confidence
  • Portable storage case keeps everything secure and organized
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By flexible11
July 30th, 2012
Perfect for College Student for all on Campus chore and jobs

I bought this for my daughter and we have put it to use in detail for new apartment projects.  This is a very versitile combination of tools for home  and apartment jobs from picture hanging to putting together those boxed items from China.  Thanks to the Seares salesman for his detailed reccomendation.

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By HandimanLarry
December 22nd, 2011
This set is very poor quality.

I am a retired construction teacher. I have been around tools of all kinds all of my life.  I bought these tools for my son so he can carry them in his car for emergency use only.  That's not going to happen.  However, at the end of this review, I did find a better use for them.

I saw these tools beside the Craftsman tools and thought I gie them a shot.  These are the worst quality tools I have ever had.  The smaller allen wrenches are so whimpy you can bend them with your fingers.  Some are not even bent into a 90 degee angle. The ratchet has a plastic directional selector that feels loose, the level is not even close to being accurate and  the diagonal cutting pliers are ground so crooked the ends don't even tough when you hold them up to the light.  The ratcheting srewdriver movement is loose and sloppy before before it was used, the sockets won't fit snuggly on the ratchet .  The hammer head is apparently attached with an 1/8th in roll pin instead of being molded onto the handle.  Beware buying any tool set when you can't actually see the tools before buying them. The plastic case is the best thing about this tool set.  Apparently, they should have just thrown the tools in a paper bag and saved the boxes for a real tool set.

Although they look similar, those ************** el-cheapo tools are  better quality than these tools.  Kmart/Sears should not have this low quality tools in their stores.  They are an insult to have in the store. The only practical use I can see for them is to use them to tie them on my fishing  line as weights in swift water.

5 found this review helpful
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Horrible qualify of tools. Very cheep construction.
1) came with a monkey wrench that disassembled on the first use. Tape measure does not roll back after using it only for a couple of times.

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