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The 192 piece set is the better set if you want more sockets and extensions. The 247 piece isn't really 247 if you take away all the little screwdriver bits. The only advantage to the 247 piece set is the wrenches, which the 192 piece set doesn't have. But the 192 piece set has more sockets and more extensions. If … see more The 192 piece set is the better set if you want more sockets and extensions. The 247 piece isn't really 247 if you take away all the little screwdriver bits. The only advantage to the 247 piece set is the wrenches, which the 192 piece set doesn't have. But the 192 piece set has more sockets and more extensions. If you want an all-around kit, the 247 piece is nice because you have the screwdriver set and the wrenches. But if you want a better kit of just sockets and ratchets the 192 is the better kit. see less The 192 piece set is the better set if you want more sockets and extensions. The 247 piece isn't really 247 if you take away all the little screwdriver bits. The only advantage to the 247 piece set is the wrenches, which the 192 piece set doesn't have. But the 192 piece set has more sockets and more extensions. If you want an all-around kit, the 247 piece is nice because you have the screwdriver set and the wrenches. But if you want a better kit of just sockets and ratchets the 192 is the better kit.
Rob A.
· December 13, 2017
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DO NOT use these in an impact. Though the manufacturer stated this below, they contradict that in another question and as noted in the correct response these are not impact rated tools. Many people will tell you they’ve used them or “they work fine”. It only takes one piece of the finish or the socket itself to come… see more DO NOT use these in an impact. Though the manufacturer stated this below, they contradict that in another question and as noted in the correct response these are not impact rated tools. Many people will tell you they’ve used them or “they work fine”. It only takes one piece of the finish or the socket itself to come apart and go into skin or eye…it does happen, don’t take that chance. see less DO NOT use these in an impact. Though the manufacturer stated this below, they contradict that in another question and as noted in the correct response these are not impact rated tools. Many people will tell you they’ve used them or “they work fine”. It only takes one piece of the finish or the socket itself to come apart and go into skin or eye…it does happen, don’t take that chance.
Chris
· June 10, 2021
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No, these are not impact rated mechanics tools.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · October 19, 2019
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Yes, our manufacturing warranty would cover the tools.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · February 28, 2018
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This set contains 62 sockets. You can view the list of whats included via our web site.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · December 28, 2017
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Made in Taiwan
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · December 2, 2017
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This set is made in Taiwan.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · March 14, 2019
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No, this set does not include T25 to T40 bits.
STANLEY BLACK+DECKER
Manufacturer · April 8, 2020
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THIS SET HAS BOTH METRIC & STANDARD
Chris Carter
· January 27, 2020