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Grip 177 pc Professional Complete Hand Tool Set

Check out Overstock’s bounty today: a 177-piece Grip professional hand tool set $240.  It looks like a great set for someone just starting out with a tight budget — which, let’s face it, is just about everyone just starting out.

It appears to be a pretty decent set which includes a 44-piece 1/4″ socket set, a 42-piece 3/8″ socket set, a 34-piece 1/2″ socket set, a 5-piece 8″ pliers set, a 3-piece 10″ pliers set, a 22-piece combination wrench set, a 4-piece adjustable wrench set, a 14-piece extra long combination wrench set, and a 5-piece pro screwdriver set.

I couldn’t find any warranty information for Grip professional tools, but the price-to-tool ratio caught my attention.  This set offers a lot of functionality for $240 — especially when you price the pieces separately.

177-Piece Grip Professional Set [Overstock]
Street Pricing [Google Products]


3 Responses to Dealmonger: Grip’s 177-Piece Hand Tool Set For $240

  1. eschoendorff says:

    Meh…. have you ever used Grip tools? They are not even the finest “made in China” tools out there. For safety’s sake, please just take the $270 and buy a decent Craftsman set.

  2. Old Donn says:

    Eschoendorff’s right. $270 will buy a lot of tools at Sears, (or Lowes), especially during the Labor Day weekend sales. You never know how long it’ll be till you can upgrade from a starter set. Better to start with Craftsman or Kobalt.

  3. This tool set really is a good deal for beginner DIYers when you think about it. Beginners typically aren’t aware of brand reputations or what to look for in a tool, or even which tool a particular job calls for. This set simplifies the tool selection process, and if they use the tools, a beginner might break them or realize their shortcomings and upgrade.

    While I chose to build my tool selection on a piece by piece basis, there are quite a few people to whom I might recommend this set.

    Often a beginner is on a limited budget though, so with that in mind, I’d recommend something like this smaller Crescent-branded set: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000E0P70E/. While these aren’t going to be the best tools either, they might be more durable, and the sub-$70 price allows for one to supplement the basic tools with better quality ones as they’re needed.

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