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Saturday, September 27, 2008

You Get What You Pay For.

Years ago and I mean years ago, like 20 years ago I had a buddy who owned a small garage. We were talking tools and I mentioned I needed a socket set. He highly recommended SK and while I don’t remember the price I remember being shocked. He insisted I would never regret it. He was right!

I have used my SK socket set for 30 years and finally cracked my ½” socket. First thing that has broken in 30 years. Could be the fact that I torqued that puppy with my not inconsiderable weight and thusly it deservedly broke. I thought what the, and goggled SK, got an email address and asked if the set was still under warranty. I received an affirmative with an address to send the broken socket. LO and BEHOLD, two weeks later I got back a brand new ½” socket with no charge, no questions, nada!

It is nice to know that there are still manufacturers that stand behind their product and do so years and years later. Hats off to SK TOOLS!

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