GreatNeck 200-Piece Mechanics Tool Set

GreatNeck 200-Piece Mechanics Tool Set

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Whether you’re working under the hood, on your bike, or around the house, a mechanics tool set comes in handy. This one features 200 pieces of carbon steel, including SAE and metric sets, multiple combo wrenches, tamper-proof screwdriver bits, and hex key wrenches to help you get into every nook and cranny you’d need to Read More

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BrotherGrymm
7
Aug 7, 2018
You buy HF to be the tools you forget on the job site and realize a day later... or lose in mud over your ankles lol.... never buy the stuff you value and cherish or the special hex bits or security bits... you will find the bit destroyed and usually it will destroy what you were trying to loosen. Honestly Sears is great on a good sale you can get a better set like this one for 20 to 25 bucks
homeless
43
Aug 3, 2018
never buy tools made with carbon steel. chrome vanadium or better is required for durability
larryq
25
Aug 3, 2018
If you're only doing occasional light repairs around the house, this set should be ok. But anything else and you'll wish you had better stuff. Interestingly, Harbor Freight has some very well-regarded ratchets, and their combination wrench sets, say the 32 piece for $18.99, are a good deal sturdier than these. If money is tight, going the HF route may save you more in the long run since you won't outgrow their stuff nearly as fast.
GirDrops
23
Aug 2, 2018
I need a ratchet set for my car that has recently hit 100k.
Has anyone used Great Neck? Some far flung reviews around the google's, so personal experience would be helpful :P
HKJP
27
Aug 2, 2018
I understand the apprehension with Harborfreight tools, but I've been using them for many years and have many chests full of their tools which I would not be able to afford if I had purchased name brands. I also own Craftsman tools which consist of about 25% of my tools. The HF tools are not professional-grade nor are Craftsman anymore (craftsman was once unique, but in desperation to become competitive and survive, they've turned to re-branding garden-variety Chinese tools.)
If you're going to be using the tools daily, all day in a professional capacity, then you should look at the very expensive, but reliable/durable Snap-On, Matco, etc. If you are an occasional user on weekends, the less-expensive tools are suited for you.
I've had some harborfreight tools break on me, but it's very rare. I've had the same percentage of my craftsman tools fail. I feel like I got more tools and use of my tools from the HF brand.
This is just my anecdotal experience, but with a large variety of HF tools for many years. Hope it helps
Zrtwooo
1
Aug 6, 2018
I couldn't have said it better...