I really like this. The shorter length of the tools, because it makes them easy to work with in tight spaces. The handles are fat, grippy rubber for great leverage. The tools themselves are great for common tasks - whatever tool you need is probably in here, unless you are building a deck or rebuilding a carburetor. I have several different sizes of tool sets, and this one gets used far more often than the fifty pound ones with hundreds of sockets. &nb … more
This is a small, well-made tool case that is perfectly sized for the female hand. It has all the ratcheting type tools you could need to put together your latest Target furniture piece - a screwdriver, a socket wrench, an adjustable wrench, a slew of 1/4 and 3/8" sockets and bits. The tools feel fine in the feminine hand (this coming from someone who has gotten hand aches from handling man-sized tools.) Everything has a solid, quality feel, and works fine on the items the … more
I'm pretty sure my boyfriend was getting tired of me asking him to borrow a wrench, screwdriver, etc. I don't think it was the sharing he minded, it was more likely me not putting them back where they belonged that bothered him. But it's no longer a problem now that I have the KR Tools 10046 45-Piece Stubby Tool Set in Hard Case. For me this set has almost everything I need for basic home use. Unscrewing battery compartments, tightening the brakes on my bike, putting together … more
This is an OK set of tools for the price. You get a ratchet driver with a variety of bits (couple of sizes of Philips, flat, Torx and hex), a rachet with both metric and regular sockets, and a crescent wrench. The build quality is pretty much what you'd expect at this price point. While these tools are not at all suitable for heavy use, they are just fine for typical light homeowner use. The handles are pretty comfortable, and the ratchet mechanism, while occasionally a bit … more
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