Sears has this item for $16.14 with free in-store pickup (or $7.75 shipping)
Craftsman Evolv 23 pc. Homeowner Tool Set Specifications Product Specifications Product Overview: Item Weight (lbs.):3.64 Package Contents:Screwdriver Included with Item: Case Included:Yes Kit/Set Information: Number of Bits:16 Number of Drive Tools:1 Number of Pliers:1 Number of Sockets:1 Number of Tools:23 Number of Wrenches:1
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posted: Oct. 8, 2013 @ 3:43p
Thanks for the post OP, but the tools are VERY basic, and even with the bag, IMO not worth $16.
posted: Oct. 9, 2013 @ 12:17a
its just my opinion, but I think this set is worth the price of $16.14. The bag alone is worth $7, everything in this bag is good stuff with people who need tools around the house/condo/apt. I somehow got everything in this bag separately over two months when searching for usable tools around the condo, and it cost me more then $16. If i had known this set existed i would of just bought this.
posted: Oct. 9, 2013 @ 1:41a
pkny said: its just my opinion, but I think this set is worth the price of $16.14. The bag alone is worth $7, everything in this bag is good stuff with people who need tools around the house/condo/apt. I somehow got everything in this bag separately over two months when searching for usable tools around the condo, and it cost me more then $16. If i had known this set existed i would of just bought this. I agree. this seems like a good price considering all that is included. Should be called a "basic tool set" or something else because most people I know already have at least one of everything in the set and most of them aren't even homeowners yet.
posted: Oct. 9, 2013 @ 2:02p
Regular price $19.99.
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posted: Oct. 9, 2013 @ 6:09p
If you know someone starting out fresh -- esp if it's a person who just hasn't gathered up a bunch of tools over their life -- this is a fine starter set. I bought a similar set for a girlfriend a few years ago and it was really nice. Throw in a couple of adjustable wrenches maybe, some allen keys, a better grade utility knife than the toy they've included here, couple of chisels, a small saw -- that would handle most peoples basic needs. Buy all that garbage from Harbor Freight for another fifteen bucks or twenty, throw in another ten bucks for cheapo battery drill, two bucks for a roll of duct tape and they're off and running.
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