Specifications & Dimensions
|Number of Sockets:||16|
|Contact Points:||6 point|
|Drive Size:||3/8 in.|
|Impact or Standard:||Impact|
|Marking Text Size:||Easy-to-read|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||4.8|
|Unit of Measure:||Metric, SAE|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|Warranty Detail Link:||craftsman warranty|
Ratings & Reviews
Pinless swivel design provides enhanced strength and life over traditional pin designed swivel sockets. Features a greater flex angle for access and speed. Spherical ball design distributes torque loads evenly. Smaller, tighter joint diameter enables an improved range of motion for easier access to tight areas. Features sizes 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 9/16, 5/8, 11/16, 3/4 in. and Metric Sizes: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, and 18mm. Wt. 4.8 lbs.
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Added on October 21, 2010
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I've used a lot of flex sockets over the years including every major brand, and these look and feel as good or better than even the most expensive brands. As a professional auto mechanic, I use these every day, and more so on late model cars that are very cramped. Most cars you can't even work on without a lot of of swivel sockets or a universal adapter. I like the pinless design, which allows freer movement at extreme angles. I can't testify as to the strength or longevity yet, but this type of socket usually wears out before it breaks, after 10 years or more, and by that time it will have saved you thousands of man-hours and paid for itself many times over. The price is also very fair; you'd pay 2 or 3 times as much on a typical tool truck.