posted 23 days ago by
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I found these high quality ratcheting wrenches 75-90% off in the phoenix area last weekend.  At the time the deal was only in AZ.  But now I see stores in FL and TX having similiar prices.  Very YMMV - so far this is only in AZ, FL, TX!  I got most of these in SAE and MM for like $4 each!

Kobalt 5/8-in Standard (SAE) Ratcheting Wrench
Item # 338381 Model # 85701
normally $25

Store  Quantity  Price
N.E. Dallas, TX 2 $1.56
Peoria, AZ 26 $5.50
Ormond Beach, FL 2 $6.24
W. Orlando, FL 2 $6.24
Winter Garden, FL 2 $6.24
S.W. Orlando, FL 3 $6.24
Deltona, FL 1 $6.24
Buckeye, AZ 6 $6.24
Lutz, FL 1 $6.24
N. Kissimmee, FL 1 $6.24
Goodyear, AZ 7 $6.24
N. Phoenix, AZ 1 $6.24
Waterford Lake, FL 1 $6.24
Tempe, AZ 5 $8.74

Kobalt 11/16-in Standard (SAE) Ratcheting Wrench
Item # 338368 Model # 85702

Store  Quantity  Price
Happy Valley, AZ 1 $3.25
S. Phoenix, AZ 1 $3.25
Peoria, AZ 19 $5.50
W. Plano, TX 1 $6.49
Tempe, AZ 2 $6.49
Mckinney, TX 2 $6.49
N. Peoria, AZ 4 $6.49
Carefree, AZ 1 $6.49
Buckeye, AZ 2 $6.49
Goodyear, AZ 8 $6.49
N. Phoenix, AZ 3 $6.49
Chino Hills, CA 1 $7.64

Kobalt 11/16-in Standard (SAE) Ratcheting Wrench
Item # 338411 Model # 85688
normally $22

Store  Quantity  Price
Ocotillo, AZ 1 $0.55
Surprise, AZ 2 $1.00
Glendale, AZ 1 $1.37
S. Scottsdale, AZ 2 $2.00
Happy Valley, AZ 2 $2.75
Peoria, AZ 6 $4.50
Tempe, AZ 1 $5.49
N. Peoria, AZ 1 $5.49
Carefree, AZ 2 $5.49
Buckeye, AZ 1 $5.49
N. Phoenix, AZ 2 $5.49

...and on and on

It was a good day.  Seen in the Phoenix area.  YMMV


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I am NOT a tool snob ( I have many from Harbor Freight and even Dollar Tree), but --
Kobalt is the Lowe's house brand.  Tool snobs would question whether Kobalt should be described as "high quality."

They did this with their non flex head ratchet wrenches a few years ago. None in my area once they hit about $3. These are nice to have and do go for $89 for an 8 pc set, so if you can piece a set together for $5 each you've not done bad

As a former full time mechanic and weekend home warrior, I can't recall the last time I used an SAE (inch) tool, pmuch everything is metric now and has been for some time.

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