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GearWrench 9620N Ratcheting Wrench Set 12 Piece Metric $139 Delivered @ House & Trade Supplies

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This set currently costs $239 at Totaltools, so I thought it might be a price error when I came across it being sold here for only $139. But they shipped out my order without any objection, and it is still on offer for this price.

CONTAINS:
8mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
9mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
10mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
11mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
12mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
13mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
14mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
15mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
16mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
17mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
18mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench
19mm Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench

The product page doesn't specifically mention anything about warranty, but the standard Gearwrench lifetime guarantee should apply.

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Comments

  • Good deal. But wish they made these with offsets on the ring end at this price range. Makes access that much easier.

  • Been looking for a set for age and waiting for a price drop. Just ordered it. thanks OP

  • Strange, OpenDNS throws a warning on this domain due to a phishing threat…

  • Serious question : What's the difference between this and the 9412 previously going for <$70?
    Just the angle offset?

    • These are reversible

      • Do GearWrench make a reversible flex head set… or any other brand/set recommendations that do?

      • Aren't the 9412 reversible? You just flip it upside down and it turns in the other direction

        • Reversible in that there is a switch which makes it faster to change directions. There is also the potentially (but not very likely) to get the wrench stuck behind something if you don't have a switch to back it out of some places.

        • The other issue with non reversible is they are usually 0 offset, while reversible is something like 15 degree offset.

  • I bought the non-reversible set (9412) from Amazon a few weeks ago for $87. Might come around again?

  • Id rather pay the $60 extra for Kincrome, or get non reversible for only $20 more pretty much anywhere without a sale. Right now I think Bunnings has the non reversible 12 piece for $139

    Non reversible is 0 offset, these and the Kincrome reversibles are 15 degree.

    • Why?

      These are a good brand it seems.
      Non reversible..why?

      • Reports are less favorable. Common issue is binding under load requiring a hard knock to free it up. If you understand how that would occur, youll grasp why they arent great. One review saying he had to drop it to the ground to get it free.

        I just used non reversible as a comparison at that price point, they have reversible sets too, those were the ones that are $60 dearer. However on sale, reversible were $149 for EOFY at one store at least.

        Point was, the RRP on these is claimed to be $239 (now appears to be $259 at this particular store), while its not hard to find Kincrome reversible any day of the year at $199.

    • No idea why you'd want to pay $60 more for Kincrome, Kincrome are on the same level as GearWrench. If anything I'd rate GearWrench slightly better than Kincrome.

      • -2 votes

        You must not have any experience then. I have Kincrome and never a fault, but there are wide reports of Gearwrenchs binding up, and their socket ratchets failing.

        RRP claimed here is $239, while the same set in Kincrome is easily located at $199 any day of the year. One store had an EOFY at $149 for reversible.

        That and Kincrome are easy to call directly. Been around many more decades… how many you want?

        • Sure they've been around a long time, but they're nowhere near the same quality that they used to be. They're made in Taiwan and China now and the quality has dropped hugely

  • Just had my order refunded.

    Anyone else?