Over at Amazon, they’re having a pre-Black Friday 2020 sale on quite a few Gearwrench mechanics tools and accessories.
A lot of the Gearwrench sale items are on tool kit add-ons – socket sets, bit sockets, adapters, and so forth, that you can use to fill in holes in your existing kit.
Me? I need ball hex bit sockets. I’ll be buying a different brand as soon as my industrial supplier runs their Cyber Monday coupon, but that’s because I’m buying for business use and not personal, and I can justify the premium for USA-made tools.
But for personal use, I’d more strongly consider this Gearwrench set at maybe 5/8ths the price. Actually… I need SAE sizes. I might need some metric sizes, and this Gearwrench set could provide those sizes and more, and at lower pricing.
As an example, this set is $36 right now, and priced at $44 elsewhere (such as Home Depot) and way higher elsewhere.
Torx bit sockets and many others are included in this sale.
They do have some sets as well, such as this Gearwrench 84pc bit socket set in 1/4″, 3/8″, and 1/2″ sizes.
If this doesn’t suit you, they also have a smaller bit socket set on sale. Ignore the pass-thru if you don’t have a compatible ratchet – these can also still be used on traditional 1/4″ and 3/8″ drive wrenches.
Swivel impact-rated sockets? They have standard on sale as well, and at what looks to be really good pricing.
They also have some individual sockets and bit sockets on sale as well.
I’m going to take a good long look at the 4 pages of Gearwrench sale items, and recommend you do the same if like me you’ve got a couple of “I wish I bought that sooner” items on your wishlist.
You might want think about what you need first, before looking at the sale list. My list would have included hex bit sockets and impact sockets, but now I’m wondering if I need swivel impact sockets and locking extensions.
What are you buying, if anything?
Also, please let us know about any good deals you might be coming across these days!