Stanley 92-839 Black Chrome and Laser Etched Socket Set, 99-Piece
- 99-piece black chrome and laser etched socket set meets or exceeds ANSI standards for sockets and ratchets
- Max-Drive design provides 15% more torque
- Black chrome offers sharper appearance and better Slip Resistant,corrosion resistance
- Case provides for convenient tool storage and travel
- Limited lifetime warranty
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The Stanley Works, originally a bolt and door hardware manufacturing company located in New Britain, Connecticut; was founded in 1843 by Frederick T. Stanley. A few years later, in 1857, Fredericks cousin, Henry Stanley, founded The Stanley Rule and Level Company. In 1920, The Rule and Level Company merged with The Stanley Works and would go on to become its famous Hand Tools Division. Over the years, The Stanley Works has produced some of the most innovative and useful tools ever made. Among these tools are the Bailey Plane, the Surform shaper, the PowerLock tape rule and most recently the FatMax line of products. Today, more than ever, Stanley continues to be an industry leader in tool innovation. In 2001, Stanley introduced more than 100 new products, bringing to 400 the number of new products introduced in the past four years. As a direct result of Stanleys commitment to excellence, Stanley was awarded the Prestigious Golden Hammer Award, presented for New Product Innovation in both 2000 and 2001.
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Black chrome finish for anti-corrosion protection and attractive appearance.
Laser-etched markings for size visibility.
Quick release switch and reversible mechanism for easy operation.
Knurled handle finish for slip resistance.
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+Easy to read #'s etched onto the tools
+Seems to be decent build quality. The finish on the ratchets and sockets, and wrenches was pretty good.
+Wrenches are slim, surprisingly not boxy. So, if you have a clearance issue, where you needed a slimmer wrench, this might be the set
to get you there.
+The case, which is black, comes opened to display, in a yellow cardboard box (Stanley flavor), with a clear plastic cover, with 15 plastic/wood screws, 3/8"(about?) course threads, holding said plastic down. I was surprised at this move, mainly because I've never seen a tool set packaged like that. I guess it protects against thieves when in the store?
Anyways, probably a dollars worth of screws, if you count taxes, and the trip to the hardware store...( I kept mine)
+Like some have said, some of the sockets in the set, mainly the deep sockets, near the handle, on one side, seem to want to come out of place.
I took a folded news paper page, lined it up with the inside of the plastic tool case, and stuck in the tool box, closed it, then used my knife to trim the excess, Ie what stuck out of the closed box. Seems to work. A thick sheet of flexible plastic might work as well, to hold your sockets securely in place.
That being said, the majority of the tools, I've had no issues with them staying in place. But the more use, the more wear on the plastic holding them, so I may get to a point where they bounce around. Not there yet.
+It says, "Do not use with power tools", so don't go using these as impact sockets..
I plan on using these on vehicle maintenance and small engine repair. Time will tell how they actually hold up. I assume these will last a lifetime if I baby them. And even if some tool in the set breaks, it won't break the bank. I normally go for the obvious higher quality tools/ build quality. But a mechanic on youtube recommended these. "ChrisFix" since he's wrenching on things all the time, I figured they must be half way decent. And decided to give them a shot.
I am however used to high quality tools (snap on, so, matco, etc) as that's all I use at work.
This set has surprised me with it's durability. Ratchets are nothing special, but survived a cheater pipe to remove lugs off a truck when the tire iron would clear. As did the socket and extension.
Very pleased with the purchase.