You know the Labor Day Savings Event that we partnered with Home Depot to share about? I have been shopping the sale, and came across another deal that I just cannot say no to.
Right now, they have Milwaukee Tool 15pc wrench sets on sale for $99 each.
In my opinion, that’s a great price, seeing as how these wrench sets typically sell for $129. With this deals, you save $30 (a little over 23%) on great quality combination wrenches.
But, that’s not all – they’re also throwing in a free 4pc pick set, which typically sells for $17.
So, you get a $129 15pc wrench set and a $17 4pc pick set for $99 out the door. AND with free shipping.
I don’t need new combination wrenches, especially since I still have a set of these that Milwaukee Tool provided for review when they launched (which is also how I know they’re great wrenches).
I can’t pass up this deal!
I’m sure that some of YOU could use a new set of wrenches, right? So, I want to buy one lucky reader a brand new 15pc wrench set in their choice of SAE or metric flavors.
The 15pc SAE wrench set comes with 1/4″ thru 1″ wrenches, and does not look to miss any sizes. The storage rack is also convenient and sturdy.
See the SAE Deal via Home Depot
The 15pc metric wrench set comes with 8mm thru 22mm sizes, and in 1mm increments with no skipped sizes.
See the Metric Deal via Home Depot
The Prize: Winner’s choice of either SAE or metric wrench set.
Winner Selection: (1) winner will be chosen at random.
Prize Fulfillment: The deals end 9/6/2020, and so I will be selecting a winner and ordering the prize to be sent to them shortly after the entry period closes.
We will contact the winner AFTER the giveaway prize is ordered, and so be sure to provide accurate contact/address information via the link below.
Entry Details: Leave a comment telling us why you want to win a new Milwaukee 15pc wrench set. Are you looking to build your tool set, upgrade from lesser wrenches, or is there another reason? What would you use these wrenches for should you win?
Entry Period Ends: Friday (today) 9/4/2020 at 11:59pm ET.
Due to shipping limitations, this giveaway is limited to those in the contiguous USA.
This post and our also-live Milwaukee M12 giveaway aren’t explicitly included in our paid partnership with Home Depot, but since more posts that mention their Labor Day event – even if unsponsored and purely editorial – align with the spirit of the arrangement, it’s best if you consider everything as intertwined until the partnership ends after Labor Day.
I appreciate all of you for continuing to read and support ToolGuyd. Hopefully this giveaway is a good way for me and ToolGuyd to give back to you. If not, I’m open to ideas. This seemed like a win-win-win idea.
I’ll scour through the deals again before they end. If you take a look and see a HOT deal that draws your attention and warrants a deal post, please let me know!
More Home Depot Labor Day Savings: Power Tools | Hand Tools
Our current sponsorship with Home Depot helped make this possible. Thank you to Home Depot, and for the gift card that will pay for this giveaway prize!
Update 1pm: The giveaway is only open to entrants in the contiguous USA. If any Canadians entered the giveaway prior to this update, we’ll make something work if you win.
Congratulations to Pete O! Your new Milwaukee wrench and pick set has been ordered and is on the way!
I need some nice wrenches.
I need a complete set of wrenched at home after bringing and abusing my common size wrenches at work
I just got a new job doing av installs and I am needing to purchase a bunch of tools to use for work. A good wrench set is definitely one of those things! Both SAE and metric are on my list
I need send set of metric cause my cresent wrench is ruining my knuckles
And nuts 😂
These wrenches would be a great upgrade for me. I’m still working with old discount store wrenches that I’ve cobbled together into a collection from various sources. Every now and again I break one and can see how cheap the metal that they used is. Would be nice to have something that’s a bit more robust for working on cars.
I’d like a second set of wrenches to keep in a more convenient location than my primary ones.
Would love to have some with anti slip open ends!
I have an ok SAE set, but need a metric set! I have a few odd metric wrenches but these would really help on my “wrenching” projects.
I could use these wrenches because I’m still building out my wrench sets! Having 2 wrenches of the same size for exhausts, etc. Is a big need for me for the wrench’s, and I actually had to pass up those picks recently for cheaper ones I didn’t want since I couldn’t justify them at the time! My friend actually works for milwaukee here in wisconsin and the brand is very aspirational for me.
Definitely could use a complete set of metric wrenches. They would come in handy when working on the vehicles.
Who wouldn’t like a free set of wrenches and picks? I’d like the SAE as a replacement set for an incomplete set I keep in my car for odd jobs on construction sites (PM so I don’t use tools as much as I’d like).
I’d love to have a full set for working on my bikes
These wrenches would be a nice replacement for the HF brand in my toolbox. Most of the time I need SAE but lately I’ve had more metric fasteners to deal with. Those picks would have come in handy working on a hydraulic cylinder recently.
I thank Sam deserves to win first place. HF wrenches as your primary wrench set is rough!
If you are considering a runner up… Please select me? I would love to expanded my wrench collection.
I would also love to try out Milwaukee hand tools!!!
My Husky wrenches don’t quite cut it anymore. Despite living in a metric country the SAE set would be more useful.
I do not have a metric wrench set, and need one. And what is better than a wrench set that matches your toolchest?
Please donate them in my name. I can provide you with a list of preferred non-profits in your area.
Could use a set of SAE. Never had an SAE set as almost all of the stuff at work is metric, and for that I picked up a Wera Joker set at a steal price of $110 a few years back. The work-issue stuff is decent but sometimes actually costs time for lack of function. If I do run into SAE been lucky that the Knipex can still bust them loose and use nearest metric ratcheting to move things along.
Either wrench set would be a great upgrade from the current Husky wrenches that I bought after losing my trusty old, clunky, and uncomfortable USA Craftsman wrenches in a fire. Currently in the process of rebuilding my shop with a metal building, so I could see the SAE set would be useful there. Since I do most all of my own mechanic work, the metric set might be of more use though. Decisions, decisions. I have seen them in store at Home Depot and I must say they do have a nice polished finish on them.
I would like a set of metric wrenches to replace the incomplete accumulation of orphan ones I have now. Thanks.
Because I have a miss match of wrenches and picks from before I bought a tool chest and always lost the tools!
Nicholas T Ranella Sr.
Because I spent all my money on snacks and fixing up my yard, I don’t have any money to buy metric wrenches to fix my stupid car!
A complete set of metric wrenches, from one manufacture, without skips? That’s something my toolbox hasn’t seen before! I’ also curious how that pick set compares to the Mayhew picks I have.
i would love to replace my HF wrenches and picks with some nice milwaukee ones! it would be a great way to start the winter project car season
I could really use a full set of wrenches instead of my mismatched set missing many sizes.
Would love to win this fantastic metric wrench set to replace my ugly and inferior “husky” ones currently occupying my toolbox. Also, as my current set is only a 9 piece I believe, it would be great to have the expanded capacity.
Pick me pick me I would be stocked if I would win this beautiful wrenches.
Perfect timing – I’ve been upgrading my tools, and could use a new set of high quality combination wrenches like this!
I could really use a set to round out my home collection, which got raided for when I needed some tools at work.
I’ve recently retired and the wrench set would fill a tremendous need as I’m using aged and well used Craftsman set that I’ve “refurbished” many times over the past 49 years.
I would love to upgrade my cheap HF metric wrenches with this set, don’t run into metric super often on airplanes, but it would be nice to have a good set of wrenches when I do.
I’m not entering the contest, I just wanted to thank you again for the great SALES head’s up! Bought the M12 LED light set yesterday and wouldn’t have seen it!
I always though these wrenches looked nice, just could never pull the trigger.
Would gift to brother-in-law, a union electrician, who is trying to fix up an old 1974 K5 Blazer.
This would be a nice upgrade to my wrenches at work! Currently using the Husky $20 Specials.
Brian J Collins
I need a set of SAE wrenches.
I started collecting metric tools as a teenager (a long time ago in the 20th century).
The SAE wrenches would really help on my home repair projects by reducing my bruised knuckles and bad language that comes as a result of using a variety of adjustable wrenches.
of all my tools, I have never properly invested in a proper wrench set. I have picked up a few here or there for small jobs and somehow have amassed a mess of a tool drawer with multiple duplicates and missing sizes. This set would help me get rid of some of that mess and streamline things a bit which would be great, the storage rack they come in is icing on the cake.
If i win they would be used for wrenching away on my project car: 1993 mitsubishi 3000gt.
I would happily use these on the old tractor I am trying to keep running. Right now I have a bit of a hodge podge of various sizes, ages, and levels or rust.
I could use some nice wrenches to use in place of the cheap socket set and adjustable wrenches I have been making due with.
I’m learning to do more work on my own car, and old Subaru. And I do repairson bicycles for my friends and my own bikes.
Therefore I would choose the metric set , if fortune were smile upon me.
Thanks for the great content on your website. I have learned quite a bit about tools and been choose more wisely.
I would happily use these SAE on the old tractor I am trying to keep running. Right now I have a bit of a hodge podge of various sizes, ages, and levels or rust. Too often I end up using an adjustable and we know that’s bad!
These are beautiful wrenches. Would love to have the SAE set. I could then pass my Craftsmans down.
I could use some wrenches to augment my tool box. My wrench drawer is empty right now
I could use a metric wrench upgrade and the picks would be nice to
Patrick R Alley
I definitely need a new set of metrica to work on my old BMW. It cries for love and these would fit the bill.
I would love to win these wrenches (the SAE set) because 1) I’ve looked at these several times in the HD and they are fantastic wrenches! 2) Because I already have a great set of GearWrench spanners in SAE and metric, BUT my Dad has been using a set of cheap house brand wrenches from Autozone or somewhere similar. Not only were they made out of cheap chinese steel from the Cretaceous period (back when chinese steel was REALLY cheap), the set is missing several sizes and the plastic vinyl case is so brittle it turns to dust at the slightest touch. I would absolutely love to be able to gift this set to him- bonus: Yesterday (September 3rd) was his birthday too.
Thank you again Stuart- I love your site, keep up the great work!
Can those Picks clean teeth? I got a piece of steak stuck in mine and I was thinking I would leave it there just in case I win., Wink Wink. The wrenches are cool too .
I need a good set of metric wrenches plus I’m team red
These wrenches would be a ToolGuyd wonder for me. My existing set of wrenches is various second or third tier brands that I have been given decades ago from my father in law, an uncle in law and my step father in law (a Husky set of metrics that are ok). My choice would be for the SAE given the Husky set is probably less than 7 years old.
As for use, as I indicated in the M12 giveaway my wife and I will be moving into a new home in the next 60 to 90 days and I can see these wrenches and picks being used for all the little things I expect to find that need fixing, replacement or just tightened. I know that I will be using the wrenches and picks for my re-do of the garage with a new bench with vise and grinder (renovating the existing bench with new wood and sealer along with back bracing plus the new shelving, cycles and other items storage set ups I have in mind.
Thanks for the opportunity to win these much needed tools.
I would love to add some combination wrenches to my growing collection of milwaukee hand tools, I’m very happy with the quality of product they are putting out. I would use them primarily on auto repair.
Metric Upgrade/additions and picks, just what my toolbox ordered.
I bought/received a husky mobile work bench for my birthday this year. The wrenches would make a great addition to help fill it up with quality tools.
Would love a new (complete!) set of wrenches like this… Even now 20 years after his death, I am still using a cobbled together and somewhat incomplete set of my dad’s old Craftsman wrenches… have often looked at the Milwaukee ones with longing, especially since I have built my collection of battery powered tools around their line!
Well you can never have too many wrenches and I don’t have too many so this would a perfect way to make sure I have all the sizes. I know I’m missing a 14mm. I may start giving Milwaukee a try. The only thing I have of theirs so far is an old drill set and that’s still functioning.
I’ve got SAE stuff, but don’t have metric wrenches and could really use some for my latest vehicle.
These wrenches would be a great upgrade! My current wrench set is pretty sparse.
I need to replace some old wrenches that are rusted and just plain need to be disposed of. I have a shop that requires that I reach for a box end wrench, and it would be nice to grab a new, polished wrench!
Yes! I’ve been looking to upgrade from a rag and tag set of wrenches I have which always seem to miss the size I need at the time.
I have a fairly complete set of sockets (mostly old USA-made Craftsman), but I just have a hodge podge of wrenches – so adding a metric Milwaukee set would be great 🙂
I need the wrenches to work on my car!
If I won the set of wrenches I’d use them for work as an aviation mechanic since I have missing sae sizes that I need but haven’t bought a set that doesn’t skip sizes because of the pandemic affecting the amount of work there is
I would like to have a more complee set of nice metric wrenches (i have different chinese for occasion use), especially when it’s Milwaukee 🙂 and espeeeecailly when there is no skipping in sizes :O
I’m working on fixing up a bunch of nikes and these would be a great help, metric especially.
I have an okay ratchet wrench set but a nice set of Milwaukee combos would sure hit the spot for some auto work I have coming up.
I’d like to have a complete set of the SAE wrenches cuz I don’t have one now.
Like TonyT and several other commenters, my socket collection is far better than my wrench selection. I want to go all Metric, but living in the Rust belt, everything I find locally still is in SAE – so those would be more useful to me. My current go-to wrenches are an ancient set of Craftsmen wrenches that were one of the first tools I bought. They have been “good enough” for a long time and see frequent use on my vehicles or tightening up tools and jigs around the shop. I have upgraded my screwdrivers (thanks to your recommendations on quite a few of them) and power tools, but for some reason never got around to upgrading the wrenches.
I could use a new set of picks ( my current set is 30+ years old and show the wear) and I could always use a good set of metric wrenches!!!
I need an upgrade from my HF wrenches!
I’m looking for a new set. Would like to get both SAE and metric, but would choose SAE to start. Been looking at getting the picks, too.
I’ve been going through my tools and giving my nephew duplicates. I have been setting him up for the future. It would be great to give him a set of wrenches.
I might keep the picks because he wouldn’t use them.
I don’t have a complete set of wrenches in my collection so this would be perfect. Been wanting to try the Milwaukee anyways.
He who dies with the most wrenches wins.
I could use these wrenches because I’m still building out my wrench sets! Having 2 wrenches of the same size for exhausts, etc. Is a big need for me for the wrench’s, and I actually had to pass up those picks recently for cheaper ones I didn’t want since I couldn’t justify them at the time! My friend actually works for milwaukee here in wisconsin and the brand is very aspirational for me.
I don’t need any more combination wrenches. I just want the picks ?
I’d love a set of the metric. My father generously gifted me what he thought was a starter set each of sae and metric from craftsman before Sears imploded. It was actually 2 sae and since it was past the return window by the time I received them, I have never had the heart to tell him and just bought a small junky metric set from either HF or Walmart.
These wrenches would be a welcome upgrade to tekton and harbor freight and hand-me-down tools. I try to do most of the work on our cars.
While I have a good starter set of wrenches – these are a more complete set , filling many of the holes in my current set (either they were not part of the original set or I’ve lost them over the years).
I would use them to upgrade the set I keep in my vehicle for roadside repairs. I have a cheap set now, but worry that one will snap or round off a bolt head etc.
At my office, we have been bringing our own tools in so we don’t have to share. I bring an incomplete set of Craftsman wrenches, which others also have. This would be a nice complete set and also let me stand out from the crowd to help us keep all our tools separated easier! I am also super stoked to try the Milwaukee wrench grip as it looks more ergonomic for my smaller hands.
I could use a set of quality wrenches to replace my mismatched bundles of wrenches I currently use. Boy, could I use a good set!
I could use a new set of wrenches for work to replace my current set that’s showing its age.
I am missing three sizes from my current set, so getting a full replacement set would be a huge help!
The SAE’s with the nonslip feature looks great!
I could definitely use a new set of wrenches as I start my garageshop CNC business!
Filling all the holes in my metric Black-Friday-Special Craftsman wrench set (and upgrading) would make my auto work much less frustrating. Mini Coopers use some strange sizes…
Metric wrenches, it seems almost every thing on a car is metric anymore. Actually having picks would be a bonus too.
The 90 degree pick is by far the most useful instrument in my toolbox. Recently a storm took down a tree that fell on power lines and took most of my appliances out. 90 degree is essential when you want to pry those stubborn wire connectors out of motherboards. You just need to careful and make sure that those connectors are straight in line.
Loving the giveaways! Thank you for doing these promotions.
I’d appreciate getting the SAE set as a replacement for my HF set. The coating is chipping and they are making me sad. I’d use them for all of the shop upgrade projects I’m doing including building out new storage and maybe someday assembling a small cnc router
Would like to have a new nice set of wrenches.
It would be an upgrade from the cheap Companion wrenches I use on car repairs…
Really could use a road set and this would work great. Please enter me and thanks Home Depot and Toolguyd!
I could use a good set of SAE wrenches. I’ve got metric covered.
My “starter” tool kit that I have been using for years is alarmingly lacking on actual wrenches. The lack of a full set nearly caused me to round off a nut with an adjustable wrench earlier this year.
I would use these wrenches to continue building my “big boy” tool box. I am a weekend warrior that works on race cars that I drive at famous race tracks like Sebring International Raceway and Daytona International Speedway. These giveaway wrenches would allow me to more capably tackle projects on the cars and around the house while saving me 100 smackaroos that I could put towards the next track event!
Thanks ToolGuyd and Home Depot for partnering on this giveaway!
Thanks for the giveaway. I’m actually almost completely lacking metric wrenches. I get most my stuff second hand, and all anyone ever has for sale is SAE
I started with Milwaukee’s excellent socket sets, I love the square end that prevents then from rolling. Now because I have old craftsman and the new ones aren’t up to snuff I want to invest in Milwaukee’s combination wrenches. I am constantly working on projects around my church and these will be super handy! If I’m chosen I would start with the SAE set!
I would like to have a nice SAE wrench set for work. I lost a few over the years and it would be great to have a shiny new set. I would use them to make racks and conduit hangers.
I’d love to win the metric wrench set as I am looking to move to some better quality toods coming from my old trusty Kobalt entry-level set.
I picked up a old, broken Honda Element as my ‘pandemic project’ to stay busy while staying isolated and, of coure, it has turned into more of a project than I bargained for. It would be great to have a full set of metric wrenches to work on this non-rusty bodied vehicle – where EVERY fastener is rusted solid! I swear, there must have been elves painting every fastener with salt water sometime in this beasts’s life.
Current wrench set needs to be updated to wider range.
Don’t yet own a set of SAE, would love to have the set. Great to have for working on my cars!
I would like to win this for two reasons. One I’ve never won any contest period. Two I would like to have nice set of quality wrenches other than Craftsman hand me downs. Also wanting to build a tool kit and am on the fence with DeWalt tools and milwaukee Tools. Thank you
I’m looking to build up my mobile tool collection for the trunk of my 69 mustang. These SAE wrenches would be a good start.
Those metric wrenches would be the final piece of the puzzle for my motorcycle race/trackday packout kit! Would look so purdy alongside my Milwaukee socket set and M12 ratchet 🙂
Definitely would like to upgrade my wrench set that have been getting old!
ok… so I have been eyeing these guys for some time now. I have some hand-me-down ones from my Dad but it is not nearly compete! So I would love to augment my “collection” with higher quality wrenches. I would definitely use them on most of my automotive tasks and anything in my arsenal of yard machines. Fingers crossed!
I want to win a new Milwaukee 15pc wrench set to build up & add to a small set Of craftsman wrenches I inherited from my dad.
I need a set of good quality metric wrenches. Mine are Harbor Freight specials and just barely work. The pick set would be a bonus too; something I really need. Thank you
I’d like to win these to give to my son to start building his tool collection.
I was eyeing this set for a while now but can’t justify buying it because I still have my 20 y. o. Craftsman set )) This would be a nece upgrade for me
I’ve never owned a quality wrench set and instead have a hodgepodge of various bargain brand sizes. And of course I don’t usually have the size I need so a quality set with a good range would be a nice change of pace!
I was reminded just last night how important it is to have such tools on hand for situations that arise unforeseen. Every Milwaukee tool I own is by far the best such tool I’ve ever used, and I have no doubt that is the case with their combination wrench set and their pick set. SAE or metric would be great, as far as I am concerned, but the small set of Craftsman combo wrenches I currently own is SAE, so I suppose the metric is likely to fill a void in my collection.
I purchased a 3/8 socket set from Milwaukee last year and have really enjoyed using it. Hoping to try the wrenches next and see what they are made of. I look forward to replacing a low quality set that is now missing a couple sizes.
The SAE wrench set would the perfect addition to rounding out my tool set. Currently I have another brand that come in a collapsible case. The case is not very functional. This way all my wrenches will be in one organized place. Throw in the pick set and I’m ready to get to work!
Long past the time to replace the hit and miss sets that I own. Plus it’ll make my dad really think he needs to upgrade.
Would give these to my son!
These wrenches would help a great deal as I continue working on repairing and maintaining my cars.
This would be awesome. Love the flash contests!
This would be awesome because I only have like 6 SAE wrenches and never have the right size. Always reaching for the crescent wrench; hopefully not anymore! (please ignore my above post that did not include “why”).
My oldest grandson just bought his first car, a 2015 VW Passat. It needed new brake pads, got those for him last night. He doesn’t have any of his own tools yet, so I’m putting together a small set, using my surplus, to get him started. These wrenches will last him a lifetime.
I’d take the metric – already have the SAE and you can never have too many wrenches.
I’d gladly use the Metric wrenches on my 14yo NAFTA Dodge Sprinter. Been looking out for a complete set with better leverage than my old house-brand-that-shall-not-be-named.
I could use the metric set. That would be my first set proper. I only had some wrenches from different set out together in one. Thanks!
This would be a great step up from my Craftsman wrenches!
Looking for a deal on the SAE set. Have the metrics, but they are lonely.
I’d really like to upgrade my lobster claw Craftsman wrenches that I have had forever. These look like a great way to do that, thanks!
I could use some new metric wrenches and like that there are no skipped sizes in set!
I currently have an incomplete set of wrenches and could use a full set of metric wrenches! The picks would be a nice eddition as well!
Of course I need a wrench set! Well, I have to admit, I do have a pretty good selection of wrenches, but their european, matt, and not shiny chrome 🙂 besides, I don’t have 21mm, and that is a very good reason to get a set which includes it 😉
I am really impressed by the new Milwaukee socket set’s, I would love another set of high quality Metric wrenches.
I have an antique set of no name imports from my first tool set that is in need of an update. I know I should not depend on adjustable wrenches so much. I have gotten some newer kobalt ratchets but never have bitten the bullet on regular wrenches, because of cost and completeness or lack thereof.
I prolly don’t need no more wrenches.
To store on my tool benches.
I can imagine my wife saying u don’t need no more picks.
But I say who cares there free, id take em just for the kicks.
Let’s not forget that i am a dude,
And that asking for free tools is never rude.
And thanks a lot Stue
For all the great posts u do.. 😉
The Metric set would be an awesome upgrade from my existing HF ones. They are an older set and the tolerances back then were just sloppy. It would save me a bunch of rounded fasteners and a good amount of foul language.
I have a set of the metric wrenches and they are wonderful.
Mike (the other one)
I have a couple of small sets, but nothing of high quality, other than a few old Craftsman wrenches. The rest I don’t trust for automotive work.
So I could definitely use some of these.
I work on the vehicles of family and friends almost every week. A fresh set of mettic wrenches to replace my thirty five year old worn Craftsman wrenches would sure make my life easier!
Right now all I have is a cobbled together set of wrenches from estate and garage sales. I could definitely use an improved quality set of wrenches.
This is the best set made by Milwaukee. Milwaukee is BETTER than Dewalt!!!
I lost my current set of old-school craftsman wrenches at work a couple of weeks ago and I need to replace them.
I have a hodge-podge of Pittsburgh wrenches currently, and as I and my brother start to get more involved in our bike maintenance, it’s becoming more and more apparent that a different, better set of wrenches would be appreciated. I hope I get a chance to win!
Tons of projects To accomplish, but I’d most likely use these working in my mower. Thanks for the opportunity.
David J. Brock
Need a new set of metric wrenches, my Sears second brand ‘companion’ I just don’t trust using on much, always worried about busting up my hands.
A nice travel set of wrenches would be nice to have.
I could really use an SAE set for my home garage. It will be great for working on my car.
The tools should go to a fledgling or poorly equipped Tool Library or Vocational School where they would see much greater use; or to a veteran or physically challenged training center that teaches mechanical skills.
These are extremely nice wrenches as I purchased both sets last month when this special first came out. Now if they would just get the 53 piece 1/4 socket set down to $99.99.
I’m beginning the long transition through retirement from the Army into a trade as a second career. Leading Soldiers has been great, but I want to work with my hands to keep myself young as I age. This set would be a great start to building a quality toolkit!
And, sincerely, thank you for your service.
I’d love these as an upgrade and to try out that tray storage in my toolbox
WILLIAM A SHAFFER
I would love to try out the metric set
My brother in-law serious snap on, and I love showing him the quality of Milwaukee team red
I’d be interested in the metric set. I have a nice see if S.K. SAE wrenches that we’re given to me a long time ago, but my small metric Crafsman set could use an upgrade.
This would be a nice upgrade over my HF wrenches!
I would like the Milwaukee wrench kit because I love my Milwaukee power tools and work wear. I haven’t gotten into the hand tools side but I’ve heard good things.
I’d love some new wrenches!
The only wrenches I have are the 7/16” and 1/2” that came with a socket set a bought a few years ago. It would be awesome to start with a quality set rather than buy something cheaper that won’t last as long. My Husky pick set has worked well, but these would serve as a nice upgrade!
I would build up my metric set for my own auto work
Hey Stu, this is quite generous of you. Seriously!! I’ve since retired with a busted up back and multiple surgeries with several more in my future. I don’t need these wrenches. I could think of several charities that could use them. If, and that’s a big if, you pull my name, there’s a local non-profit business that recycles any and most all donations. Re-Stores then gives profits to Habitat for Humanity. That’s where they would end up.
Thanks Stu for your generosity
I’d like to give these a try. My kobalt wrenches are nice from a color coded standpoint but I really dislike the handle profile. They’re very thin on the edge and not comfortable when applying force with them.
I could use a new set of wrenches. My current set is all hand me downs of various lengths and brands with many being close to the end of their service life (sloppy)
I need to upgrade my early 90s Craftsman wrenches. they are wearing out and I cant replace them with the dubious quality of current Craftsman offerings. I dont even know if the lifetime guarantee is still available for those old wrenches. I never thought Craftsman would fold. What a shame.
I need a new set of wrenches to replace a set where I’ve lost some, broken one, and don’t ever seem to have the size I need.
Holy return to sender, Batman! These readers have replied faster than my old eyes can keep up! Some of you gave better reasons than mine! Tell you what: I’m also retired, busted-up back with multiple surgeries earlier this year and more next month. IF I get well enough from it all, I am supposed to be in line to teach some at-risk teens how to use tools for basic stuff, so they can find their way around a construction site. Even if that never happens, I STILL WANT these wrenches, because I had to do so much improvisation last night just putting a new battery cable clamp on my truck. These would surely have been a big help.
So, gimme da wrenches an’ stop sennin’ da replies; I done wore out one set of glasses.
I would love to win a new set of wrenches. It would be nice to have a complete set from one brand. My wrench span from craftsman’s that i bought in high school to Pittsburgh to duralast, etc. You get the drift. Would be so nice to pull out the tool draw and they be all uniform.
They would be a nice upgrade from my craftsman set. Plus I already have a lot of Milwaukee power tools.
DiY’er : – I would love to win a new set of wrenches.
I would love to win the metric wrench set. Milwaukee goes all out with everything they make and these wrenches look to be top notch. These would replace a hodge-podge of wrenches that I have accumulated over the past 55 years and It would be nice to have a complete metric set in my tool chest.
I could really use the SAE set. I’ve been slowly buying tools as I can afford them, last year I bought a set of wright metric wrenches but I still don’t have any fractional ones.
All I have for wrenches is a few here and there, I think 4 metric and 4 sae in an old blow molded stanley socket set. It would not only be wonderful to have an upgraded set but also an actual set.
I’d love to have a new set, I’ve been eyeing these for a while but haven’t been abke to pull the trigger yet. Thanks for the good reviews and highlighting the deals.
I’d take metric if I could
I would love a set of the metric wrenches. It would be an upgrade from my current mismatched set of which I have lost a few sizes. Loved what I’ve seen of the Milwaukee hand tools so far, and the chrome on them looks great in the pics!
My hodge podge collection of random wrenches would happily move out of the way to make way for a nice new set of Milwaukee metric wrenches. Recently purchased a Milwaukee socket set and love the quality of them and the other Milwaukee hand tools I currently own.
I’ve had the same combo wrenches for years and am missing a few. Can’t get matching ones. A new set would be nice to have.
Over the years growing up and moving my mechanics tool set has seen some wear and missing few items now. I would be excited to have this wrench set help “turn the page” and start organizing and getting some great tools in my collection. Of course then I would want to start buying a bigger tool box and more tools…not always a bad thing.
An sae wrench set would serve me well as i begin to do my own routine maintenance on our family vehicles. Thanks for making tool guyd.
I am in the process of putting together a “do it all” tool set, and this (MM) wrench set would be a nice/major addition. I found it distracting and not efficient to use different tool set for different jobs. I like to work just a few good tools that I am very familiar with. So I want to have a singe set of (hand) tools that I can carry around. Work on the car in the garage, mower in the backyard, stuffs around the house, and take with me on long trip. 8mm-22mm in every size (not skip) is an important feature, or a requirement. It provide the reassurance that I’ll get the job done, instead of I have 80-90 % chance of getting the job done.
I really could use the metrics. I have a set of standards and just recently inherited another from my dad. And the picks would come in useful, too!
JR3 Home Performance
Oh my. I never have had to scroll that far down to comment.
I would use the set in the garage. Currently everything stays in my work trucks. It’d be nice to not have to go back and forth
I’d love the metric wrenches as I work on cars in my free time and my harbor freight set does the job ish…. but the extra grip promised looks like it would help. Also at work as maintenance theres always a oddball 9mm on these German grinding machines thats always a tight fit in those tin cans. Never fails most sets including mine always skip 16mm or 19mm that’s useful! So this metric set will help
Further separate farm tools from shop tools. Hate needing to remember everything from the shop. Winning these would be another set closer to a service truck for the farm!
Given that we have two Toyotas, the metric set would be awesome! I have a super cheap set that I bought a decade ago, but why, oh why, do they skip sizes? I’m missing a few key sizes that I’ve needed multiple times.
Really appreciate the giveaways, and the site, in general. Though I appreciate that you’re sponsored and/or have deals with various companies, it feels as though your reviews and insights are still impartial, and informative.
Metric Bro is the way to go!
thank you for the chance to win another giveaway. I would like to try these Milwaukee wrenches with the anti slip open end. i would use the metric set. i all of my own mechanic work. so automotive and small engine use for most of my tools.
Would love a metric set
I personally would be upgrading from a mismatched old set passed down to me from a good friend. It would be nice to have a new set going into the future for me as I work on Battlebots and all my other projects! Appreciate toolguyd doing giveaways like this and having all the new tool/ price alert info that is relevent to me.
The Kev Master
Thanks for throwing a nice giveaway. Tools like wrenches and picks are always useful to have.
I definitely need a set for day to day on the job. My mechanic set stays home and it would be nice to not have to worry about leaving them at home or on site when I need them!
I would love to win a set of wrenches. Currently the only wrenches I have are various sizes passed down from my Dad. I’ve got quite a few missing sizes. I never felt it was right to buy a new set to replace my Dads’ and I’ve never had the time to really go through them and figure out what I would need to get to fill in the gaps. Whenever I don’t have a size I generally grab the adjustable wrench.
Winning a complete set would let me put my Dad’s old wrenches in a safe spot to hand down to my two boys.
They would look great in my new toolbox and I’d put them to use mostly for working on my truck
I would like to get new Milwaukee wrenches for my DIY projects.
I prefer metric as it’s more useful.
I would use these wrenches to give myself a real SAE set and get rid of some broken husky ratchet wrenches. And you can always use picks!
Give it to one of my offspring, since they finally understand why Dad needed tools! Metric most likely, since that is more universal. Won’t even start on why we are stuck with non-metric to this day.
I’m starting a new small business and these would be perfect for maintaining equipment.
I need a complete wrench set.
Stuart, there’s no getting around it. You have to give a set to each of us; we all follow your site and appreciate your reviews and other helpful tips and tidbits, and we all have good reasons to have a great set of Milwaukee wrenches to use so we can show them off and talk them up to our co-workers, friends, family, and even a few neighbors (who will never be allowed to borrow them without a hefty security deposit!).
Oh, and please discontinue sending me the follow-up comments in this thread, please? It’s really blowing up my inbox!
I wish I could!
You should be able to unsubscribe from comment follow-up subscriptions – isn’t there a button at the bottom of the email somewhere?
(Just image what giveaways do to my inbox!!)
Thank you, Stuart. You don’t have to; just tell Milwaukee what I just posted! Cheap advertising for them, if you ask me, and how could any be more effective?
I changed a setting. Time will tell. I don’t want to unsubscribe altogether, so I will wait until I see the results of small tweaks.
Peace and blessings to you and yours.
Live on a farm, and have collected a decent combination of SAE wrenches but now a days the tractors are metric so I could please use a set
I could use a a full set of metric wrenches rather than the pieced together bits I have. Never seem to have the right size now!
I have an old set of harbor freight metric wrenches. Missing some sizes
i could really use some higher quality wrenches
I need more wrenches because my kids have “borrowed” most of mine already.
I only have maybe one or two metric wrenches and keep running into a need for a size I don’t have. Like most I say, “I’m so sick of this, I’m buying a set!” and then don’t do it either because of funds or forgetting. (I also think, “Why can’t we just pick SAE or Metric and just only have that!)
I recently bought both the SAE and metric Milwaukee wrench sets and I’m pretty happy with them. For the price, it’s hard to beat this set, especially with no skips. I’d rather buy most of what I need in one set than piece it together.
Both sets are down to $95 right now.
Thanks for the heads up!