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ToolPRO Tool Kit 216 Piece $149.00 @ Super Cheap Auto


Set Includes:
1/4" Drive:
Standard sockets: 3.5, 4, 4.5, 5, 5.5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13 & 14mm
Deep sockets: 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9 & 10mm
E-Torx sockets: E4, E5, E6, E7 & E8
72 Tooth quick release ratchet
150mm Double ended spinner handle
Wobble extension bars: 55 & 100mm
Sliding T-bar
Universal joint

37mm bit sockets:
Slotted: 4, 5.5, 6.5 & 7mm
Phillips: PH1, PH2 & PH3
Pozi: PZ1, PZ2 & PZ3
Hex: 3, 4, 5 & 6mm
Torx: T8, T9, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27 & T30
Tamperproof Torx: T8H, T9H, T10H, T15H, T20H, T25H, T27H & T30H

3/8" Drive:
Standard sockets: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19mm
Deep sockets: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14 & 15mm
E-Torx sockets: E10, E11, E12, E14, E16 & E18
72 Tooth quick release ratchet
18mm Spark plug socket
125mm Wobble extension bar
8mm Coupler
Universal joint

1/2" Drive:
Standard sockets: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 27, 30 & 32mm
Deep sockets: 16, 17, 18, 19 & 22mm
E-Torx sockets: E20, E22 & E24
72 Tooth quick release ratchet
Spark plug sockets: 16 & 21mm
125mm Wobble extension bar
2-Way sliding T-Bar & 250mm wobble extension bar
Universal joint
8mm Coupler
Torx bit sockets: T55 & T60

Hex keys: 1.27, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4 & 5mm
Combination spanners: 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 & 19mm
Magnetic bit driver to suit 6mm bits
30 x 8mm bits:
Slotted: 6, 7 & 8mm
Phillips: PH3 & PH4
Pozi: PZ3 & PZ4
Hex: 4, 5, 6, 7 & 8mm
Spline: M5, M6, M8 & M10
Torx : T25, T27, T30, T35, T40, T45 & T50
Tamperproof Torx: T25H, T27H, T30H, T35H, T40H, T45H & T50H
25 x 6mm bits:
Slotted: 4, 5.5 & 6.5mm
Phillips: PH1 & PH2
Pozi: PZ1 & PZ2
Hex: 3, 4, 5 & 6mm
Tamperproof hex: 3H, 4H, 5H & 6Hmm
Torx: T8, T10, T15, T20 & T25
Tamperproof Torx: T8H, T10H, T15H, T20H & T25H
Tamperproof 5 star: TS10H, TS15H, TS20H, TS25H & TS40H
Spline: M5, M6 & M8
Spanner: 4, 6, 8mm
Tri: 1, 2 & 3
3 Piece Torq: 6, 8 & 10
Square: S1 & S2

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  • +7

    For anyone seriously interested in this set, please note that the quality of these are rubbish when compared to the older sets in the injection molded cases (138 piece).
    The older sets were similar quality to a "Kincrome" set, were as these are closer quality to "The Reject Shop".

    • i have the older set without so many little 1/4” hex bits. mine is great set.
      says cr-v steel, and tool pro are supposed to be life time warranty.
      might be one of those things if people claim it’s not as as good as the previous sets you can c&c , check out in store and if no good get a refund and not even take home.

      what is appealing is they are some single hex sockets, and has deep and shallow sockets.

    • lifetime warranty?

      • Where did you read that?

        • super cheap auto .site ……toolpro range as opposed to the cheaper sca range, says lifetime on packaging ….

          • @garage sale: Funny i just did a quick search… says 3 years here.
            Definitely used to be lifetime warranty but I'm not so sure that's still the case.

    • Bum, I bought one as I thought Toolpro were quality and this set is all metric only and has 6 sided sockets, vs 12 on the older version.

      No warranty terms written on the outside packaging. SCA website says 3 yrs.

      Has anyone broke anything in this set? I don't think the sockets will round out being 6 sided.

    • Hi mate, what are you looking at in terms of quality difference? I bought one (thinking they were the same lifetime product). Opened the box, noticed there isn't a single word about warranty on it anywhere, nothing on the packaging, no pamphlet inside. The sockets and ratchets are quite weighty/ feel solid. Not chromed, but neither is the old man's sidchrome set (which is also 6 pointed sockets). The rubber handles made me question them a bit, but I really don't know what I should be looking at?

      • No surprise they changed their warranty when they changed their quality… 9 times out of 10 these kits fail in the actual ratchet mechanism itself. This sets ratchet was about as loose as I've ever seen. Still perfectly functional for around the home but my advice is to wait for the 138pce set to come back to $138 (usually does a few times a year). the 138pce set is almost identical to the quality of a "Kincrome" set but at a much better price point.

        • A lot of old imperial pieces in the 138 set though. The ratchets in this set have no play in them at all? Will admit the finish looks a little raw. I do like the socket lock mechanism on the ratchets with the button on the back to release. But true test will be undoing an old 32mm CV nut jumping on one end. Actually, can't remember if it has a breaker bar in the set.

      • How many teeth in the ratchets. More teeth means easier to use in tight spaces. Turn it quarter of a turn and count the clicks. x4

        EDIT: or read the listing… 72 is a good count.

        • Half a turn on all 3 ratchets is 36 clicks, so bang on 72!

  • Showing as $122 for me… https://imgur.com/L0oAA0e

    But I found most ToolPro to be cheap rubbish. For my 4WD which I may lose bits in mud etc, I bought this Stanley (https://www.supercheapauto.com.au/p/stanley-stanley-tool-kit...) set from them during a half price special. Ratchets were terrible so I just replaced them with 72 tooth kincromes. Soon to have 144 tooth SPs I got 3 sizes for $80 when they get here from Transquip. Havent lost any in the mud yet.

  • +2

    Save your money a buy a Repco or Bahco Set. It will be more expensive upfront, but the quality is far better than ToolPro.

    • I have three of Bahco's sets and they are the ticket, yet to break anything.

      • +1

        it’s not the breakage, repco, toolpro, bahco for same size tool would be as strong, it’s the fit and precision ….they are made to ansi and din standards, but these are minimums, my best set is stahlewille (german) , much more precise fit, and suitable for use on aircraft.

        • +6

          Makes sense. Because we all work on aircrafts.

          • @Krazy-dah: Made me lol

          • +1

            @Krazy-dah: the precision comes in for non air craft use when working on things like chrome plated bolts on harleys ….loose fit chips the chrome, precise fit doesn’t, and once the chrome is chipped , it rusts after washing …..
            also the stahwille are a thin spanner so they get into more places, yet no compromise on strength …..

            • @garage sale: Stahlwille use a special type of chrome alloy steel I believe.

              • @UnknownUser74: They all do. All steel is an alloy. But like knives, some use better alloys than others.

        • You could also include Hazet, PB swiss and Snap On. But they do cost an arm and a leg.

  • The Toolpro set is made in Taiwan, not China (check at bottom of box, not sides, front or back) , asked at the counter about the warranty, didn say lifewtime on box ….. the manager looked it up on their system, 360 months ….30 years …..not quite heirloom but finding the right receipt in years might be a challenge, unless you have a good naming convention for electronic receipts.

    I'm not a big fan of rubber handles on ratchets, etc, but for $149 not a bad set.

    • Wonder if we can get a printout of the warranty terms of 30 years? I can't find it documented anywhere.

    • *Update - just went into SCA. Showed them how the warranty info is plastered all over the back of the 138 piece set, yet nothing on the 216. They 'looked it up' and told me 329 months warranty (weird number with uneven years, ie not 360 months), and with evidence of my purchase offerred a generic warranty card for future proofing. Would suggest others do this otherwise they may enforce the 3 years statement on the website. Guy did say getting a warranty claim actually approved can be interesting, so make sure you are 'clear' what you did when/ if something breaks. With 25years+ warranty I'm more than happy with it. My ratchet feels no different than the 138 piece ratchets (apart from the rubber handles).

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