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Fri Nov 23, 2012 7:17 am
Well, I did not think that I would ever do this, but I got to the local Home Depot at 4:30 AM this to stand in line for a 5:00AM opening. Not a bad experience. HD had coffee and donuts for us. I was about 20th in line.
What I wanted and was able to purchase three of, was the Husky flexible gear wrench set for $19.98. They were for me, family and friend. So, get out of bed and go shop!
Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:52 am
That I can understand, but the people that stand in line outside for 18 or more hours to save $50 on a laptop, etc. or the ones I cannot understand.
Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:18 am
I think you'll be happy with your purchase.
Mine aren't the flex heads but I can report they seem to be made and function well.
My base set of tools are Snap On and I have built up my box with other brands, (some better than others) for back up.
Last summer I bought the Husky ratchet wrenches at the same joint for the same coin in both SAE and metric.
I have put them to the test, 7/16, 1/2, and 9 being the most tested and have no complaints. The Chrome finish is also just as nice as Snap On's.
You get what you pay for but with the Husky/ Home Depot relationship, I think this may be a marketing loss leader which actually gives you more than you have to pay for.
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Fri Nov 23, 2012 11:12 am
I saw the ad and like the set however there is no way I'm going anywhere today. I have a set of offset ratchets but I like the looks of the flex head. Vern
Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:21 pm
The tool guys at Home Depot tell me that their tools with warranty are handled just like Sears Craftsman. Take the bad tool to their store and get a new one.... that simple. No more taking the bad tools to another location, filling out paperwork, red tape, etc. That is really a plus. The Husky wrenches that I got today have a lifetime warranty.
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