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Sears Holding
So you have a shiny set of Sears (Craftsman's) sockets do you? What happens if you break one, or two? Will you be able to get a free replacement?

Don't look promising. Sears will fold IMHO and soon.

Some years ago I noticed Harbor Freight tools was selling some good quality sockets and wrenches. Better quality than Sears by far. So as a diligent auto mechanic I took all my Sears sockets back to a Sears store and told them I was "dissatisfied" with them and I received a refund. That after owning them for around 30 years! Took the money and bought some Harbor Freight sockets which are largely compatible with Snap On tools which are now made...you guessed it, in China!