• TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set, Inch, Cr-V, 6-Point, 5/16-Inch - 1-Inch, 12-Sockets | 47910
  • TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set, Inch, Cr-V, 6-Point, 5/16-Inch - 1-Inch, 12-Sockets | 47910
TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set, Inch, Cr-V, 6-Point, 5/16-Inch - 1-Inch, 12-Sockets | 47910
TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set, Inch, Cr-V, 6-Point, 5/16-Inch - 1-Inch, 12-Sockets | 47910

TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set, Inch, Cr-V, 6-Point, 5/16-Inch - 1-Inch, 12-Sockets | 47910

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  • High-torque, 6-point socket design grips the flat sides of fasteners, not just the corners, preventing round-off
  • Shallow socket depth provides access to fasteners in tight spaces
  • High-contrast permanent laser etched size markings are easy-to-read, even in low light
  • Made from forged and heat treated chrome vanadium steel with a corrosion-resistant black phosphate finish
  • Meets or exceeds ANSI performance standards

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I'm liking Tekton more and more At about $1.46 per socket (as of March 2016), it's pretty hard to beat this deal. Amazon got me to bite when they sent me one of those "Based on your purchasing history, you may also be interested in..." and, we all know how the rest of the story goes.I've purchased quite a few other Tekton tools in the past and have been very happy with their value.I must officially be old now, because I love sockets that have the sizes laser etched on the sides. Sometimes I'd have better luck scoring a date with Olivia Wilde than reading the small, barely readable stampings on the socket sides. The etchings on these sockets is large and easy to read.The sockets come in a really nice case. Generally I throw cases away, but I plan on keeping this one.I did have a problem with the 7mm socket. The hole was machined (or punched or however they make sockets) incorrectly and it measured 10mm. It was obvious the socket was no bueno. I hate to say it, but if this socket were born to a Spartan family, this cute little socket baby would have been left out for the wolves to feast on. Anyway, I went to Tekton's website and used their online warranty claim service to report my problem and was quickly contacted by their Tool Solutions Grand Master (Dave) who had a replacement shipped out to me in short order. If you've ever wondered how good their warranty/customer service is, it's great. I'm impressed.As far as the sockets themselves, I've already used them a few times on some front suspension work and they've worked great. I'm not a professional mechanic, so I don't know how they would hold up in a professional shop being used daily, but for my purposes I have no doubt these will last many years."How can this guy give this product 5 stars when he got a bad socket? This guy is smoking bat guano!" These sockets are a great value. A similar set from a tool truck will cost you almost 10 times as much. I had a bad one and got a replacement set with no hassle. They do what's asked of them and work well. In my book, that equates a solid five-stars. 5easy to read numbering A hard cover case ,easy to read numbering,good fastener fit, no skipping sizes,and so far they are durable. I have not done any heavy impact air hammer work with them so far,but I have half inch drives for that- so thats the only thing I can't comment on. I have rotated a V8 engine at the crank with half inch adapter and ratchet and no rounding the socket. Impact sockets at chrome price, useful metric socket sizes,and many sets out there are not as good. The price point versus usefulness earns five stars, I have rated many products for automotive use (some 1 and 2 star ) I rarely give anything a five. 5Nice Set! Love, Love, Love Tekton impact sockets! I bought my first set a few years ago, just 1/2" metric deep to use with my new impact gun... you know what? It's all I ever used... loved and coveted my $25 impact set. Kept them in their case, kept them clean, put them back when I was done using them... need came up to buy a chrome 1/4" set.. looked no further than tekton... loved it. Need for a 3/8" chrome set... bought tekton. Looked at all my 3/8" and 1/2" random craftsman sockets and said "Merry Christmas" and bought them all new metric, SAE, 1/2", 3/8" deep and shallow. On average about $25 a set, not bad at all... I have never broken one, only mushroomed a 18mm using it as a insert to hammer out a U joint (my bad). 5The sizes were printed on and wore off. I ordered the TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set in SAE and metric and received them as ordered. When I opened them I thought what a great feature, they have the sizes printed on them in a large print. I have been working with sockets for 40 plus years and I have never seen this. A month and a half later I knew why, all or that nice large print had worn off. I can tell a socket just by looking but I own 2 cars that use both metric and SAE bolts so I guess I ll have to break out the dial caliper every time I put up my tools. 2Too long. I bought this set to replace a 12mm snap on shallow socket that I lost. These are good quality but these socket are almost as deep as my semi deep sockets. I found my lost snap-on 12mm and compared the two in my hand. 3Anytime I buy a new tool, I look to see what they (TEKTON) offer and if they make what I need, I buy it. That simple. For the money, TEKTON tools are the only way to go. I have used matco and snap on in the past. When the tool rep for Snap On told me they shut down their plant in JOHNSON CITY, TN, I started looking for other options. I found SK tools. (Made in USA) Love them BTW. Matco was re-branding tools and that just ticks me off. For example I have a MATCO screw driver that was made by WITTE and can be purchased at Home Depot at a much more competitive price. ALL THAT SAID, for the money, I am in love with TEKTON. Anytime I buy a new tool I look to see what they offer and if they make what I need, I buy it. That simple. 5Low-cost tools for non-professional use, so far they seem to fit the bill These sockets appear to be well-made, with an attractive fit and finish, and the convenient case is excellent.When I used to be a professional motorcycle mechanic I would scrimp and save to buy Snap-On and other brands of the highest quality. This set's total cost is less than the list cost of a single Snap-On socket! (Snap-On's list price for a 25-piece impact socket set is over $900).Years of use will reveal whether how well they will hold up, but at this price I don't expect Snap-On quality. I am very happy to have them for occasional use in my home shop where I expect they will perform well and survive adequately. 4had these for a few months now and got them based on the reviews here - not disappointed in the slightest after many years of incomplete sets of sockets, lost or missing sockets and cheap tools in general - decided to start replacing them with nicer items.had these for a few months now and got them based on the reviews here - not disappointed in the slightest. they look and perform well and have been handy for fixing more than a few things on two vehicles, the lawnmower and around the house.convenient case - only wish they made a larger case to keep both shallow and deep socket sets in together - instead I have 3 different cases for 3 sets. (3/8 deep metric & standard, and 3/8 deep standard) 5never stripped a nut or bolt head The first holds up well with the easy to read seemingly lazer etched numbers Pro daily useIve used these daily in my shop, never broken one or had issues, never stripped a nut or bolt headThe first holds up well with the easy to read seemingly lazer etched numbers?The biggest complaint i have about these, well theres 21 the tools on have 1 hole to hold it on the ratchet or extension so every time you put it on you need to make sure its lined up otherwise the socket just falls off, this just slows you down2 the case sucks. sucks. when i firsts got these tools the first impression on the case was great, then i tryed to open it, after finding a screw driver to pry the locks open because i couldn't get my finger under the tap with enough force to open it without it cutting me... after getting it opened i tryed locking the tabs finding they are useless and the case will now not ever close properly againI will admit, these aren't my 'go -to tools' ill only reach for these when nothing else will work but the sockets them selfs always never fail to get the job done, and fall off of any impact or ratchet several times every day 4Great set, you get more than what you pay for. You just can't beat this set for the money. I wish they had gone with something other than laser etch labels, but hey... for the price and the quality of the sockets themselves, you really can't beat it.I used these all weekend on a suspension job I have going. They stood up well in my 3/8" impact wrench. The size I find is true to the fasteners with minimal free play and not overly snug.The case is very trim and tidy. I only wish the seats for the sockets were a little bit deeper so as to allow them to sit more snug as the case is moved around while open, but not a big deal. 5
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I'm liking Tekton more and more At about $1.46 per socket (as of March 2016), it's pretty hard to beat this deal. Amazon got me to bite when they sent me one of those "Based on your purchasing history, you may also be interested in..." and, we all know how the rest of the story goes.I've purchased quite a few other Tekton tools in the past and have been very happy with their value.I must officially be old now, because I love sockets that have the sizes laser etched on the sides. Sometimes I'd have better luck scoring a date with Olivia Wilde than reading the small, barely readable stampings on the socket sides. The etchings on these sockets is large and easy to read.The sockets come in a really nice case. Generally I throw cases away, but I plan on keeping this one.I did have a problem with the 7mm socket. The hole was machined (or punched or however they make sockets) incorrectly and it measured 10mm. It was obvious the socket was no bueno. I hate to say it, but if this socket were born to a Spartan family, this cute little socket baby would have been left out for the wolves to feast on. Anyway, I went to Tekton's website and used their online warranty claim service to report my problem and was quickly contacted by their Tool Solutions Grand Master (Dave) who had a replacement shipped out to me in short order. If you've ever wondered how good their warranty/customer service is, it's great. I'm impressed.As far as the sockets themselves, I've already used them a few times on some front suspension work and they've worked great. I'm not a professional mechanic, so I don't know how they would hold up in a professional shop being used daily, but for my purposes I have no doubt these will last many years."How can this guy give this product 5 stars when he got a bad socket? This guy is smoking bat guano!" These sockets are a great value. A similar set from a tool truck will cost you almost 10 times as much. I had a bad one and got a replacement set with no hassle. They do what's asked of them and work well. In my book, that equates a solid five-stars. 5easy to read numbering A hard cover case ,easy to read numbering,good fastener fit, no skipping sizes,and so far they are durable. I have not done any heavy impact air hammer work with them so far,but I have half inch drives for that- so thats the only thing I can't comment on. I have rotated a V8 engine at the crank with half inch adapter and ratchet and no rounding the socket. Impact sockets at chrome price, useful metric socket sizes,and many sets out there are not as good. The price point versus usefulness earns five stars, I have rated many products for automotive use (some 1 and 2 star ) I rarely give anything a five. 5Nice Set! Love, Love, Love Tekton impact sockets! I bought my first set a few years ago, just 1/2" metric deep to use with my new impact gun... you know what? It's all I ever used... loved and coveted my $25 impact set. Kept them in their case, kept them clean, put them back when I was done using them... need came up to buy a chrome 1/4" set.. looked no further than tekton... loved it. Need for a 3/8" chrome set... bought tekton. Looked at all my 3/8" and 1/2" random craftsman sockets and said "Merry Christmas" and bought them all new metric, SAE, 1/2", 3/8" deep and shallow. On average about $25 a set, not bad at all... I have never broken one, only mushroomed a 18mm using it as a insert to hammer out a U joint (my bad). 5The sizes were printed on and wore off. I ordered the TEKTON 3/8-Inch Drive Shallow Impact Socket Set in SAE and metric and received them as ordered. When I opened them I thought what a great feature, they have the sizes printed on them in a large print. I have been working with sockets for 40 plus years and I have never seen this. A month and a half later I knew why, all or that nice large print had worn off. I can tell a socket just by looking but I own 2 cars that use both metric and SAE bolts so I guess I ll have to break out the dial caliper every time I put up my tools. 2Too long. I bought this set to replace a 12mm snap on shallow socket that I lost. These are good quality but these socket are almost as deep as my semi deep sockets. I found my lost snap-on 12mm and compared the two in my hand. 3Anytime I buy a new tool, I look to see what they (TEKTON) offer and if they make what I need, I buy it. That simple. For the money, TEKTON tools are the only way to go. I have used matco and snap on in the past. When the tool rep for Snap On told me they shut down their plant in JOHNSON CITY, TN, I started looking for other options. I found SK tools. (Made in USA) Love them BTW. Matco was re-branding tools and that just ticks me off. For example I have a MATCO screw driver that was made by WITTE and can be purchased at Home Depot at a much more competitive price. ALL THAT SAID, for the money, I am in love with TEKTON. Anytime I buy a new tool I look to see what they offer and if they make what I need, I buy it. That simple. 5Low-cost tools for non-professional use, so far they seem to fit the bill These sockets appear to be well-made, with an attractive fit and finish, and the convenient case is excellent.When I used to be a professional motorcycle mechanic I would scrimp and save to buy Snap-On and other brands of the highest quality. This set's total cost is less than the list cost of a single Snap-On socket! (Snap-On's list price for a 25-piece impact socket set is over $900).Years of use will reveal whether how well they will hold up, but at this price I don't expect Snap-On quality. I am very happy to have them for occasional use in my home shop where I expect they will perform well and survive adequately. 4had these for a few months now and got them based on the reviews here - not disappointed in the slightest after many years of incomplete sets of sockets, lost or missing sockets and cheap tools in general - decided to start replacing them with nicer items.had these for a few months now and got them based on the reviews here - not disappointed in the slightest. they look and perform well and have been handy for fixing more than a few things on two vehicles, the lawnmower and around the house.convenient case - only wish they made a larger case to keep both shallow and deep socket sets in together - instead I have 3 different cases for 3 sets. (3/8 deep metric & standard, and 3/8 deep standard) 5never stripped a nut or bolt head The first holds up well with the easy to read seemingly lazer etched numbers Pro daily useIve used these daily in my shop, never broken one or had issues, never stripped a nut or bolt headThe first holds up well with the easy to read seemingly lazer etched numbers?The biggest complaint i have about these, well theres 21 the tools on have 1 hole to hold it on the ratchet or extension so every time you put it on you need to make sure its lined up otherwise the socket just falls off, this just slows you down2 the case sucks. sucks. when i firsts got these tools the first impression on the case was great, then i tryed to open it, after finding a screw driver to pry the locks open because i couldn't get my finger under the tap with enough force to open it without it cutting me... after getting it opened i tryed locking the tabs finding they are useless and the case will now not ever close properly againI will admit, these aren't my 'go -to tools' ill only reach for these when nothing else will work but the sockets them selfs always never fail to get the job done, and fall off of any impact or ratchet several times every day 4Great set, you get more than what you pay for. You just can't beat this set for the money. I wish they had gone with something other than laser etch labels, but hey... for the price and the quality of the sockets themselves, you really can't beat it.I used these all weekend on a suspension job I have going. They stood up well in my 3/8" impact wrench. The size I find is true to the fasteners with minimal free play and not overly snug.The case is very trim and tidy. I only wish the seats for the sockets were a little bit deeper so as to allow them to sit more snug as the case is moved around while open, but not a big deal. 5
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