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has anyone bought anything off snapon.com

just want to know how reliable they are, do they ship tools through ups fedex someone else, did you get your item in a reasonable amount of time. I'm interested in ordering a wrench and one or two other things from them.


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just want to know how reliable they are, do they ship tools through ups fedex someone else, did you get your item in a reasonable amount of time. I'm interested in ordering a wrench and one or two other things from them.


all this years I have bought snap on and craftsman tools directly from the truck and sears. They're good brand, as well as blue-point which is a derivate off Snap-On. however lately I prefer to use Husky from Home Depot , Yes believe or not 'Husky' they're are good reliable tools at a good price good life time warranty and the whole package. I took a set of wrenches craftsman vs husky side to side, hard everyday use definitely Husky went over my expectations.


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When I was in college, I had a friend who did destructive testing on tools for the government. Sears Craftsman won hands down. That was many years ago and I don't think Husky was around.
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When I was in college, I had a friend who did destructive testing on tools for the government. Sears Craftsman won hands down.
I doubt that's the case anymore. It's hard not to get a new ratchet off the shelf and have it skip teeth the first day you use it. I'm fine with Craftsman tools that don't have moving parts, I look elsewhere for everything else.
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