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Jubilee85

12-08-2012 17:51:59
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I have been buying A LOT Of kobalt stuff here lately - I bought a car jack, 2 ton unit about 7 years ago, died 3 years later, never gave it a second thought. Last year went in to get a few tape measures for school shop classes, talking to the salesman - he told me that ALL kobalt stuff is lifetime! Went back got the jack and got a brand new one - no hassle, no problems. I have had two tape measures break - kids broke them by accident, gave me two knew ones!
I bought the double acting screwdriver last year, 20 bucks, excellent tool - as you twist, screws tighten on the cw and ccw stroke, just like this ratchet! I bought ten sets of their small ratchets - 20 bucks on sale.
I would buy it before it goes away - if it ever breaks, a new one will be in your hands quickly. just my 2 cents

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Bob Harvey

12-08-2012 18:57:22
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 Re: new tool? in reply to Jubilee85, 12-08-2012 17:51:59  
Sears - Craftsman used to do the same replacement deal --NOT ANY MORE !! I think they are going down the tube .



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Jubilee85

12-09-2012 07:43:41
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 Re: new tool? in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-08-2012 18:57:22  
I bought about 6 tape measures, craftsman, couple of years ago - had four break over time, lady at sears gave me the story that they WERE NOT covered under the warranty - I looked her in the eye and said that "That was the only reason I bought them!" She repleced two of them, last time I was in sears to buy a tool.



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ScoutB

12-09-2012 20:33:47
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 Re: new tool? in reply to Jubilee85, 12-09-2012 07:43:41  
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I just brought back a 25' Craftsman tape measure and found out they're no longer made. They did let me pick a free replacement though so I went with the 30' Stanley Fat Max. The cashier didn't blink - said "We're asking you to give up your lifetime warranty so pick what you want".



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Kevin in MN

12-09-2012 12:01:30
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 Re: new tool? in reply to Jubilee85, 12-09-2012 07:43:41  
I wouldn't Judge Sears or Craftsman by one employee. I had a heck of a time getting Home Depot to replace one of their Husky Liftime Warranty Tools. They claim to not know of the warranty until I showed them the packaing on their shelf. Then they thought I should contact Hucky until I showed them it was Home Depot!

Kevin in MN



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pconnie

12-09-2012 06:14:01
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 Re: new tool? in reply to Bob Harvey, 12-08-2012 18:57:22  
just got a socket replaced..no hassel..phil



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