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ringing up 59.99 for me with in store pick up:confused:
$59.88 here. (see edit)

For $43 I'd consider it. At $60... I'll keep the misc bag I've got now.

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Click on the Shopping Cart and there is:
Private Offer – Save 10% off Almost Everything from 6/24-6/26! -$5.99
Save $10 Off Any Tool Purchase of $50 or More. -$10.00


Comes to $43.89 + Tax

Hmm... now to think...
 

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same here. regional thing?
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Like in my edit above, the saving don't actually show up until you add it to and then enter the cart.

This seems to apply to every tool set and other things as well. Might be a better deal just to jump to the 137 piece for $79.99.
 

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I have a similar channel lock set that i keep in my grand cherokee. It was pretty cheap and real nice. Good quality and perfect for keeping in a vehicle. I like the plastic case mine has because the sockets dont fall out like they did with my craftsman case.
 

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Whats wrong with the laser etch?
 

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Crescent has a better setup than that for around the same money. The 148 peice set is around $80. I picked mine up from costco;

http://www2.northerntool.com/product/200223524.htm

1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" drive. I carry it in my Jeep for trail use as a basic tool set.
I've got this one, it works great for a mobile tool set. The plastic case is crap though, the locking tabs broke off right away.
 

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I was wrong on the price

The set is 59 dollars and change. If you need a travel tool set this one cannot be beat. The ratchet mechanism is so much smoother than Craftsman its ridiculous.
 

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http://www.samsclub.com/shopping/navigate.do?dest=5&item=374823

The quality is awesome..the tools are MUCH better than Craftsman. The case keeps all the pieces in place and its very rugged. I really dont see how they can sell this for 65 bucks and make and profit.
I bought those when I was stuck away from home with no tools a year or so ago. I'd say they're on par with any of my other Craftsman stuff I own. And the sockets were plenty easy to read whilst laying under a car with a transmission pissing on me. :shaking:
 
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