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[Canadian Tire] Mastercraft Screwdriver Set, 40-pc ($14.99)

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[Canadian Tire] Mastercraft Screwdriver Set, 40-pc ($14.99)

The MasterCraft Screwdriver Set 40-pc is currently down to $14.99
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... p.html#spc

This is a great starter set for anyone who doesn't have a personal screwdriver set for all your basic repair needs.
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Ferinthu1 wrote: Please help me stop buying tools. Weary Face
Simple. Give me your wallet
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As far as crappy tire having sets on sale every week promoting massive discounts, for a basic set, this is actually a reasonable price as I’ve been following for a couple weeks.
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Ferinthu1 wrote: Please help me stop buying tools. Weary Face
And all your online account usernames and passwords.
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Ferinthu1 wrote: Please help me stop buying tools. Weary Face
As long as you buy good quality tools that you actually need; never. If you live in a condo and you are going to buy a Bosch Brute jack hammer because it was on sale, then maybe.
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Decent price, should serve most people for years. I dont think the CT tools are as good as the older ones, but thats just the norm for most things. For $15 you really can't beat that.

The regular price on all their tools is a joke though :)
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At this price it is a great deal for the average home/condo owner. Not your top of the line tools, but they get the job done, and the lifetime warranty is nice also. I use these kits at the office, and when someone breaks my phillips head tip (since the P2 screwdriver is the one we use most), I just take it to CT and get a replacement with no hassle.

However if not in a rush, you might be better off waiting for this set to go on sale for $5 more.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... p.html#spc

It includes a few sockets (always handy), and few extra bits (torx, etc..), a magnetic tray which is very useful to not lose screws, 2 insulated screwdrivers (safer for electrical work). But the best part, is that it actually includes a nice nylon carrying bag to keep it all together. For the condo owner who doesn't have large garage style toolboxes, it is definitely worth the extra $5 (when on sale every couple of weeks for $19.99) in my opinion.
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Jan 16, 2018
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In for 1 today. That's a big bag of magnetic screw drivers really worth the money.
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MrFrugal1 wrote: As long as you buy good quality tools that you actually need; never. If you live in a condo and you are going to buy a Bosch Brute jack hammer because it was on sale, then maybe.
I bought a Milwaukee impact gun, for a steal for it (I think 70$) at the time with two batteries. I've used it once looool.

Waiting for the day I need the power of an impact.
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Emporium wrote: At this price it is a great deal for the average home/condo owner. Not your top of the line tools, but they get the job done, and the lifetime warranty is nice also. I use these kits at the office, and when someone breaks my phillips head tip (since the P2 screwdriver is the one we use most), I just take it to CT and get a replacement with no hassle.

However if not in a rush, you might be better off waiting for this set to go on sale for $5 more.
https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/mast ... p.html#spc

It includes a few sockets (always handy), and few extra bits (torx, etc..), a magnetic tray which is very useful to not lose screws, 2 insulated screwdrivers (safer for electrical work). But the best part, is that it actually includes a nice nylon carrying bag to keep it all together. For the condo owner who doesn't have large garage style toolboxes, it is definitely worth the extra $5 (when on sale every couple of weeks for $19.99) in my opinion.
This is $20 this week. No demolition driver but has a bag and other pieces.
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