Good deal... They are now at $131.16Not bad. If you are only working on vaguely new rovers so you don’t need SAE, I’d spend a couple bucks more and get the 172 piece Gedore red set. (It went down to $106 but even back at $130 it is a great deal). Although it has fewer pieces by count, it is much more comprehensive. I bought a couple new chinesium craftsman sockets and they seem ok. I have not beat on them, or even used them, as they are odd sizes.
I have been looking for reasonably priced metric wrenches to throw in trucks. Can’t seem to find any that are good and reasonable. Either cheap and maybe ok (like crescent) or good but close enough to being expensive I rather pay a little more and get really great wrenches. Thinking about getting a set of wright next to try.
I'm waiting for your de-hoarding ad in the for-sale section before buying any more tools.
Im curious to know what you think about the DeWalt stubby; I was put off by the 12v capability vs 20v. My brushless 20v Dewalt impact wrench is a BEAST, but I’m limited to what it can reach since it is so bulky.Not sure that it is a “deal” but Dewalt came out with its 3/8 and 1/2 “xtreme” 12v stubbies. Legit 250lbs of torque. I ordered the DCF901B 1/2 from Lowe’s. Only place that has them apparently ($149 bare tool). On the fence about getting the 3/8 too (I have the other 3/8 12v). I wish Dewalt would come out with a 3/8 and 1/4 ratchet in 12v. How they don’t have them is beyond me.