If you’ve strolled down the tool aisles at Sears anytime in the past year or two, you probably noticed that most of their sockets are now laser-etched. Other manufacturers are jumping on the bandwagon — and they’re quick to praise their laser-etched sockets as being easier to read than traditionally labeled sockets.
In another post, TM reader Teacher suggests these laser-etched sockets aren’t all they’re cracked up to be. If you had to choose, which socket would you buy today – one that’s laser-etched, or one that’s mechanically engraved or stamped? Let us what you think in comments.