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62 PIECE CASE

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$40.00

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  1. tool case Review by Mike

    I've had mine metwrench set for many years and I use them more than then any of my other tools.
    but when the case started falling apart I seeked replacing it unfortunately the shipping costs for buying this case is outrageous it's almost the same as the tool case itself.
    I don't mind paying $30 for a case but I find it ridiculous to have to pay $20 for shipping. (Posted on 10/25/2016)

  2. Best Tools I Ever Owned Review by Sputnic

    I have owned my set for over 20 yrs. I use them almost everyday! I'm retired and work on many projects daily. They work on almost every size of nut or bolt. I have only had to replace one of the small rinch....lol. I have many Craftsman tools but use these more than any other kind I have. I would highly recommend these for anyone who turns wrenches. My case lasted about 15 yrs before the hinges broke and the locking tab broke also. I was going to get another case but was shocked at the price! I put metal hinges on it and a metal closure on it. But I still LOVE this tool set. Thank you Metrinch for your wonderful tool sets..... (Posted on 9/18/2016)

  3. CASE NEEDS real hinge and front clips even HF has cases with good hinges Review by MiG

    I bought the 62 pc tool in 1997 when i first became a Electro/Mech. technician. About 98% of the time, I whip out the Metrinch out and complete my task, it saved my bacon countless times, on vacation, commuting to work, assisting co-workers, one incidence was my boss's vehicle in the parking lot . I had made the best hand tool investment. But after countess fold and close of the case it becomes two panel tool holder wrapped in bungee cord. To this day I bought I still use the metrinch both job and home, my 20 & 18 yr kids love using it. In 16 years, I visit the website five to six months for updated $40 plastic with real plastic hinge and front clips that really work. Still nothing. so i still have the bungee cord around the Metrinch tool box, my family and friends comment about it. (Posted on 3/17/2015)

  4. Case Review by Lou048

    Have to admit these tools have done a great job. They have always fitted hardware that I thought would be hard to work with. The case lasted eight years then broke in half. I had to order the replacement case because loss of the tools is a real possibility with it open all the time. How about getting some real hinges on the case so after some time the tools have no chance of being lost. (Posted on 6/11/2014)

  5. 62 Piece case, only the case Review by rigo

    I think this a very high price for plastic case 62 pieces, high price for the poor quality of the material that the case is made. the high quality of its tools is very good, but the case is not made to the quality of the tools. I myself prefer to fix my old case to buy another of the same poor quality. (Posted on 7/6/2013)

  6. Yep. Case is sort of pricey. But mine has lasted 19 years... Review by Motorhead

    I got my Metrinches the same year I got my son.

    Otherwise known as the giant who now eats two huge cheeseburgers at a time and is now in college, something I never finished. I look at that crappy old case and I remember every single bolt we've turned together. I mostly turned them because he was hanging around chasing bugs and goofing off, asking me questions most of the time. Especially when he was younger, but he still goofs off and lets the old man do most of the work. But he's still picking up a thing or two.

    I didn't like the case when I first got the tools. I figured I'd just get a metal socket toolbox at Sears or someplace, but the dadgum thing just wouldn't wear out and something I didn't anticipate- I found myself staying more organized because I had to put everything back in a specific spot when I was done. Up until last year, I hadn't lost a single socket or wrench in 19 years. Thought I was going to have a dadgone seizure when I was driving down the freeway and heard this: "DING... dingding ding..." as my 14mm/ 9/16" combo lightly faded into the distance behind me. I had left it under the hood of my old jeep. I went back but never found it. That empty slot has been killin me every since. Plus, it was the one I used more than any other, of course.

    Anyway, the case isn't cheap, but for being plastic it's damn tough. And I like that the design appears identical to the original. I'll bet it's another 20 years before I lose another wrench... er... Rinch. ;-)

    I was done but want to say one more thing. I've never been so attached to a set of tools in my life. I've had them all; Craftsman, Snap-on, and nothing matches these things. Not even close. I'm not kidding, I wouldn't take a waist-high toolbox full of high-end wrenches and sockets for these things.

    (Posted on 11/22/2012)

  7. Yep. Case is sort of pricey. But mine has lasted 19 years... Review by Motorhead

    I got my Metrinches the same year I got my son.

    Otherwise known as the giant who now eats two huge cheeseburgers at a time and is now in college, something I never finished. I look at that crappy old case and I remember every single bolt we've turned together. I mostly turned them because he was hanging around chasing bugs and goofing off, asking me questions most of the time. Especially when he was younger, but he still goofs off and lets the old man do most of the work. But he's still picking up a thing or two.

    I didn't like the case when I first got the tools. I figured I'd just get a metal socket toolbox at Sears or someplace, but the dadgum thing just wouldn't wear out and something I didn't anticipate- I found myself staying more organized because I had to put everything back in a specific spot when I was done. Up until last year, I hadn't lost a single socket or wrench in 19 years. Thought I was going to have a dadgone seizure when I was driving down the freeway and heard this: "DING... dingding ding..." as my 14mm/ 9/16" combo lightly faded into the distance behind me. I had left it under the hood of my old jeep. I went back but never found it. That empty slot has been killin me every since. Plus, it was the one I used more than any other, of course.

    Anyway, the case isn't cheap, but for being plastic it's damn tough. And I like that the design appears identical to the original. I'll bet it's another 20 years before I lose another wrench... er... Rinch. ;-)

    I was done but want to say one more thing. I've never been so attached to a set of tools in my life. I've had them all; Craftsman, Snap-on, and nothing matches these things. Not even close. I'm not kidding, I wouldn't take a waist-high toolbox full of high-end wrenches and sockets for these things.

    (Posted on 11/22/2012)

  8. Storage case needs real hinges Review by Justtalkin

    Having read the other reviews, I agree that the storage case needs real hinges and latches, versus the molded-in hinges and latches. After a few brief years, the storage cases wear out, presenting a problem in keeping the tools safely stored. For such an expensive set of tools, the storage cases need to be either redesigned, or given lifetime warranty same as the tools. (Posted on 11/11/2012)

  9. Great tools, but... Review by Reviewer

    I have owned my tools since '96 and they have worked well and are still like new. I can't say the same for the case as it has a broken hinge and lock which is just plastic that has shown not to hold up after many openings. I was going to order another one until I saw the price. I think I'll just put some metal hinges on the case I have and also some kind of locking mechanism. (Posted on 11/4/2012)

  10. Fantastic Tools, Expensive Replacement Case Review by Mikko1

    I have had my Metrinch tools for at least 16 years now and to me they surpass any set of tools on the market. I'm a retired big rig driver and these tools have served me very well throughout the years. They continue to serve me well without a hitch, as a matter of fact they have been so good that I purchased 3 more sets for my son and brother in laws about 14 years ago and they're still getting great use to date.
    Now I have a need to replace the plastic case and I feel $40 is a bit expensive for a a plastic molded case with no hinges. (Posted on 6/1/2012)

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