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Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel

Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel

Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
Neiko 02474A 1/2" Drive Deep Impact Socket Set, 15 Piece | 6 Point Metric Sizes (10-24 mm) | Cr-V Steel
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Features

  • High strength impact grade chrome vanadium steel sockets withstand more torque from impact tools and insure longevity
  • Premium black phosphate coating provides maximum protection from rust and corrosion than traditional black oxide finish
  • Innovative 6-point flank drive design grips fastener more tightly on the flat sides and prevents rounding off at corners
  • Permanent high visibility laser etched size marking on each socket for quick size selection, even in dim garages and shops
  • 15 Pieces deep broach metric sockets come in a heavy duty custom case with size index for easy storage: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 mm

Description

Stubborn fasteners and lug nuts are no match for the Neiko half inch drive deep impact socket set. The unique six point design allows the socket to grip flat against the fastener wall in order to have a stronger grip while loosening without rounding off the corners. Constructed from high strength Cr-V steel with a durable black phosphate finish to fight against corrosion better than your traditional black oxide finish. The set is laser etched with each size on the socket for easy identification when working. This set was made to pair perfectly with your impact tools and with the extra deep walls, you can easily free rusty suspensions and even crank bolts with ease by transferring torque from your impact wrench to the lug nut.


Manufacturer Neiko


Part Number 02474A


Item Weight 8.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 inches


Item model number 02474A


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 10 - 24 mm Deep


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components Soeckts


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B06Y5YLZHK


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 358 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10,955 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #11 in Socket Sets


Date First Available April 10, 2017


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Features

  • High strength impact grade chrome vanadium steel sockets withstand more torque from impact tools and insure longevity
  • Premium black phosphate coating provides maximum protection from rust and corrosion than traditional black oxide finish
  • Innovative 6-point flank drive design grips fastener more tightly on the flat sides and prevents rounding off at corners
  • Permanent high visibility laser etched size marking on each socket for quick size selection, even in dim garages and shops
  • 15 Pieces deep broach metric sockets come in a heavy duty custom case with size index for easy storage: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 mm

Description

Stubborn fasteners and lug nuts are no match for the Neiko half inch drive deep impact socket set. The unique six point design allows the socket to grip flat against the fastener wall in order to have a stronger grip while loosening without rounding off the corners. Constructed from high strength Cr-V steel with a durable black phosphate finish to fight against corrosion better than your traditional black oxide finish. The set is laser etched with each size on the socket for easy identification when working. This set was made to pair perfectly with your impact tools and with the extra deep walls, you can easily free rusty suspensions and even crank bolts with ease by transferring torque from your impact wrench to the lug nut.


Manufacturer Neiko


Part Number 02474A


Item Weight 8.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 inches


Item model number 02474A


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 10 - 24 mm Deep


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components Soeckts


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B06Y5YLZHK


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 358 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10,955 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #11 in Socket Sets


Date First Available April 10, 2017


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • High strength impact grade chrome vanadium steel sockets withstand more torque from impact tools and insure longevity
  • Premium black phosphate coating provides maximum protection from rust and corrosion than traditional black oxide finish
  • Innovative 6-point flank drive design grips fastener more tightly on the flat sides and prevents rounding off at corners
  • Permanent high visibility laser etched size marking on each socket for quick size selection, even in dim garages and shops
  • 15 Pieces deep broach metric sockets come in a heavy duty custom case with size index for easy storage: 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24 mm

Description

Stubborn fasteners and lug nuts are no match for the Neiko half inch drive deep impact socket set. The unique six point design allows the socket to grip flat against the fastener wall in order to have a stronger grip while loosening without rounding off the corners. Constructed from high strength Cr-V steel with a durable black phosphate finish to fight against corrosion better than your traditional black oxide finish. The set is laser etched with each size on the socket for easy identification when working. This set was made to pair perfectly with your impact tools and with the extra deep walls, you can easily free rusty suspensions and even crank bolts with ease by transferring torque from your impact wrench to the lug nut.


Manufacturer Neiko


Part Number 02474A


Item Weight 8.31 pounds


Product Dimensions 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 inches


Item model number 02474A


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer No


Size 10 - 24 mm Deep


Item Package Quantity 1


Included Components Soeckts


Batteries Included? No


Batteries Required? No


ASIN B06Y5YLZHK


Customer Reviews 4.8 out of 5 stars 358 ratings 4.8 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #10,955 in Tools & Home Improvement (See Top 100 in Tools & Home Improvement) #11 in Socket Sets


Date First Available April 10, 2017


abunda_amazon_reviews This is a nice set of 1/2" metric impact deep sockets at a good price. I bought a cordless impact wrench primarily to speed up change over of snow tires on two cars and an SUV and then the swap back to summer tires in the spring. That's 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts coming off and 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts going back on twice per year. Truth be told, I only need 2 different sockets (17mm and 21mm) for the three sets of lug nuts plus a 13/16ths socket for a scissor jack adapter I bought so I can use the impact wrench to raise and lower the cars. But, I decided if I was going to buy the impact wrench and batteries, I may as well have a full set of sockets so I'll be ready for any need that arises. I like this set because it's a full set with no missing sockets from 10mm to 24mm. I also like it for the plastic case which keeps all the sockets tidy and ready to go in one place without having to dig through a tool box. And there is a thin sheet of foam lining the case that keeps the sockets from rattling around. As for the sockets themselves, they are laser engraved with the size in a large silver font that's really easy to read. The finish is sort of chalky rather than slick and polished. Another reviewer said they didn't like that but I do. It makes the sockets non-slip and easy to grip when pushing them on or pulling them off an anvil with a hog ring. They also seem pretty nicely finished with no rough edges. These are fairly thin walled sockets so they should work well on most OEm and aftermarket wheels. These are chrome vanadium steel rather then chrome molybdenum and by most accounts chrome moly has an edge when it comes to ductility and therefore tool life with an impact wrench. But reviews seemed to indicate these sockets hold up pretty well and I figure if I break one I'll just replace it with a chrome moly equivalent and it will slot right into the case. But most likely, for home use these will last me a long time. I noticed the product listing shows the case dimensions as 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 in. But looking at the picture I could tell that isn't even close to the rectangular box shown. So out came the tape measure. The actual size of the box shown in the product listing is 3.5 x 9.5 x 12.5 in. Apparently the case has changed over time and the Amazon listing hasn't been updated. I'm really happy with these so far. Oh, and I also bought the SAE set with 14 deep sockets from 3/8 to 1 1/4" in the same size case. Highly recommended. EDIT 11/29/2018: OK, I used these sockets for the first time today to swap out summer tires and wheels on a Mercedes SUV. I used the 17mm socket on the lug nuts and the 13/16 socket to drive an adapter on a 2 ton scissor jack. The sockets did fine despite the fact my 450 lb ft impact wrench stalled out on about 5 of the 20 bolts on the car. I had to grab a breaker bar and use brute force to get them to break loose. I had the brakes done on all 4 wheels recently and apparently the mechanic did the typical torquing of my lug nuts with an air wrench set on King Kong. At any rate the sockets performed flawlessly and like I said, that 17mm took the full force of my impact wrench then a breaker bar with my full weight and muscle to free up 5 of the lug nuts. I really like the flat, non shiny and non slippery finish. Very easy to grab and pull off the hog ring anvil on my impact wrench.;;Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Nice set of deep 1/2" metric impact sockets at a good price.;;Barnacle Bill The Sailor;;;I am a Toyota dealership tech and I use this socket 5 days a week. It’s awesome and I have no complaints whatsoever. These are well made, have thick sidewalls, and have decent weight to them. As you can see I use and abuse the 21mm socket everyday and it’s still going strong. The other great thing is that it does not skip and sizes it goes 10-24 with no skips. The carrying case is just an awesome bonus.;;Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Quality set, use it everyday professionally.;;Zach W;;;Ok so this is not the best money can buy. But I think it is close to the best you can get for this amount of money! Nice case, very visible labels, sufficient wall thickness to stand up to impact use, and a very reasonable finish quality. All sockets easily attached to the impact and stayed on. Hammered really hard on a 19mm nut for a while and noted no damage to socket or nut.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Impressive;;MBlizzard;;;These are exceptional for the price and they could charge more and have it still be a fantastic value. I was going to spend more on a Cr-Mo set, but I really don't use my impacts on cars much except for either absolute necessity or absolute convenience. I haven't had them long, and I will update this should issues arrive, but so far I am very pleased with my purchase. I've done the basic things with these, but was curious to see if cr-v would handle the big wrench on the dreaded Honda bolt, so I popped the 19mm on the Milwaukee, and set the socket on the crankshaft pulley bolt. 4 impacts and off it went. 5 or 6 years ago, I tried this exact thing with everything under the sun, pneumatic, huge cheater bar, and even removing motor fuses sans the starter with a breaker bar jammed into the frame on this bolt with my neighbor's nice impact socket and it split the socket... The socket from this kit hardly looked used! Very satisfied and impressed with what you get for your money. It is really nice having a sequential set even if I may never use one of the sizes. It's just good to have the option. If you want to read some backstory and a story about how I got the aforementioned Milwaukee 2767-20 in a brand new kit for ridiculously cheap, read below! I stumbled across two deals I couldn't refuse on local buy/sell/trade platform for two impact wrenches. I work on my car a fair bit, and just finished up installing about $1200 worth of suspension, steering, and rear hub components. I work on the cars of friends and family here and there, too, as if I'm comfortable with the repair, it saves them a ton of money and they usually force a tip I don't want to take... So I saved that money and has around $500 saved from just car repairs the last month and a half. I used to have a 10 gammon compressor that could flow enough CFM to handle a decent Ingersoll Rand pneumatic impact that I was given with somewhere around 600 ft/lb, but my compressor died about 6 months ago and it was old and loud anyway. I didn't really ever use an impact except for loosening suspension bolts, some engine pulley stuff, an axle rod here or there, and lug nuts obviously for the convenience, but I would do just fine with a breaker bar and a cheater pipe if need be. I was browsing listings on one of the local selling apps and came across a kobalt impact wrench kit with the tool, battery, charger, and bag all new in box for $75. Well, can't pass that up, so I grabbed that. The very next day I was looking at a pretty nice video card I found and was rolling that around in my mind when I refreshed and saw a Milwaukee 2767-20 kit with the tool, 2 x5ah batteries, a charger, and the hard case new in box for $170. Figured it to be a scam and it was only a 2 minute old listing, so I looked at the seller and they had like 200 all good reviews. So I offered $160, and they said $170 firm is already a steal, but it has to go because he's organizing his garage. I set up the meet at a Walmart, and drove 35 minutes thinking for sure it's a no show or a bunk product or I'm going to have a gun pointed at me (again...) this time... Got there, his car was as described (a super nice and new infinity...), And there he brought out the real deal. I asked him straight up why is it so inexpensive? He gets tools all the time as samples through his job, and he already has tens of thousands of dollars worth in his garage, so he sells them cheap locally and puts all the money in his kids' college funds. Well, if they are stilen, I sure didn't know that so I'm not culpable! Made the exchange, took the thing out, and it really did work as it should. So for $245, I got about $600 worth of stuff brand new. And got an impact wrench that is way too powerful for anything I'm doing, but darnit it's fun to have!;;Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Impressed so far;;Alex;;;I purchased this kit so I could replace the hubs on my 2005 Suburban 2500. Looked at buying the one socket i needed but for the price I thought this was a better deal. The case will keep everything in its place so in the future I will not have to go searching for that one socket I forgot to put away. In fact I liked it so much I bought the same thing for my nephew who is turning 16 and is buying an older car. If you work on cars with any regularity you know you always are missing that one socket that you only need occasionally. I thought I would help him out.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Had the correct size I was looking for plus extras that I was seem to need but don't have;;lastminuteD;;;Used for 3 years on a number or toyotas mainly for brake jobs, suspension work, and a few engine swaps. Today while replacing the rear wheel bearings on a 2015 corolla i noticed that several 14mm bolts had "shinny" areas near the bolt corners. It turns out that the the 14mm socket which is probably the most used in the set is worn out, it no longer had a hexagonal shape, all the straight edges were worn and curved. None of the other sockets looked like this. Overall i would not reccomend this set.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Sockets wear out quickly and strip bolts;;milad e.

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Barnacle Bill The Sailor - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018
Nice set of deep 1/2" metric impact sockets at a good price.
This is a nice set of 1/2" metric impact deep sockets at a good price. I bought a cordless impact wrench primarily to speed up change over of snow tires on two cars and an SUV and then the swap back to summer tires in the spring. That's 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts coming off and 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts going back on twice per year. Truth be told, I only need 2 different sockets (17mm and 21mm) for the three sets of lug nuts plus a 13/16ths socket for a scissor jack adapter I bought so I can use the impact wrench to raise and lower the cars. But, I decided if I was going to buy the impact wrench and batteries, I may as well have a full set of sockets so I'll be ready for any need that arises. I like this set because it's a full set with no missing sockets from 10mm to 24mm. I also like it for the plastic case which keeps all the sockets tidy and ready to go in one place without having to dig through a tool box. And there is a thin sheet of foam lining the case that keeps the sockets from rattling around. As for the sockets themselves, they are laser engraved with the size in a large silver font that's really easy to read. The finish is sort of chalky rather than slick and polished. Another reviewer said they didn't like that but I do. It makes the sockets non-slip and easy to grip when pushing them on or pulling them off an anvil with a hog ring. They also seem pretty nicely finished with no rough edges. These are fairly thin walled sockets so they should work well on most OEm and aftermarket wheels. These are chrome vanadium steel rather then chrome molybdenum and by most accounts chrome moly has an edge when it comes to ductility and therefore tool life with an impact wrench. But reviews seemed to indicate these sockets hold up pretty well and I figure if I break one I'll just replace it with a chrome moly equivalent and it will slot right into the case. But most likely, for home use these will last me a long time. I noticed the product listing shows the case dimensions as 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 in. But looking at the picture I could tell that isn't even close to the rectangular box shown. So out came the tape measure. The actual size of the box shown in the product listing is 3.5 x 9.5 x 12.5 in. Apparently the case has changed over time and the Amazon listing hasn't been updated. I'm really happy with these so far. Oh, and I also bought the SAE set with 14 deep sockets from 3/8 to 1 1/4" in the same size case. Highly recommended. EDIT 11/29/2018: OK, I used these sockets for the first time today to swap out summer tires and wheels on a Mercedes SUV. I used the 17mm socket on the lug nuts and the 13/16 socket to drive an adapter on a 2 ton scissor jack. The sockets did fine despite the fact my 450 lb ft impact wrench stalled out on about 5 of the 20 bolts on the car. I had to grab a breaker bar and use brute force to get them to break loose. I had the brakes done on all 4 wheels recently and apparently the mechanic did the typical torquing of my lug nuts with an air wrench set on King Kong. At any rate the sockets performed flawlessly and like I said, that 17mm took the full force of my impact wrench then a breaker bar with my full weight and muscle to free up 5 of the lug nuts. I really like the flat, non shiny and non slippery finish. Very easy to grab and pull off the hog ring anvil on my impact wrench.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach W - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
Quality set, use it everyday professionally.
I am a Toyota dealership tech and I use this socket 5 days a week. It’s awesome and I have no complaints whatsoever. These are well made, have thick sidewalls, and have decent weight to them. As you can see I use and abuse the 21mm socket everyday and it’s still going strong. The other great thing is that it does not skip and sizes it goes 10-24 with no skips. The carrying case is just an awesome bonus.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MBlizzard - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018
Impressive
Ok so this is not the best money can buy. But I think it is close to the best you can get for this amount of money! Nice case, very visible labels, sufficient wall thickness to stand up to impact use, and a very reasonable finish quality. All sockets easily attached to the impact and stayed on. Hammered really hard on a 19mm nut for a while and noted no damage to socket or nut.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020
Impressed so far
These are exceptional for the price and they could charge more and have it still be a fantastic value. I was going to spend more on a Cr-Mo set, but I really don't use my impacts on cars much except for either absolute necessity or absolute convenience. I haven't had them long, and I will update this should issues arrive, but so far I am very pleased with my purchase. I've done the basic things with these, but was curious to see if cr-v would handle the big wrench on the dreaded Honda bolt, so I popped the 19mm on the Milwaukee, and set the socket on the crankshaft pulley bolt. 4 impacts and off it went. 5 or 6 years ago, I tried this exact thing with everything under the sun, pneumatic, huge cheater bar, and even removing motor fuses sans the starter with a breaker bar jammed into the frame on this bolt with my neighbor's nice impact socket and it split the socket... The socket from this kit hardly looked used! Very satisfied and impressed with what you get for your money. It is really nice having a sequential set even if I may never use one of the sizes. It's just good to have the option. If you want to read some backstory and a story about how I got the aforementioned Milwaukee 2767-20 in a brand new kit for ridiculously cheap, read below! I stumbled across two deals I couldn't refuse on local buy/sell/trade platform for two impact wrenches. I work on my car a fair bit, and just finished up installing about $1200 worth of suspension, steering, and rear hub components. I work on the cars of friends and family here and there, too, as if I'm comfortable with the repair, it saves them a ton of money and they usually force a tip I don't want to take... So I saved that money and has around $500 saved from just car repairs the last month and a half. I used to have a 10 gammon compressor that could flow enough CFM to handle a decent Ingersoll Rand pneumatic impact that I was given with somewhere around 600 ft/lb, but my compressor died about 6 months ago and it was old and loud anyway. I didn't really ever use an impact except for loosening suspension bolts, some engine pulley stuff, an axle rod here or there, and lug nuts obviously for the convenience, but I would do just fine with a breaker bar and a cheater pipe if need be. I was browsing listings on one of the local selling apps and came across a kobalt impact wrench kit with the tool, battery, charger, and bag all new in box for $75. Well, can't pass that up, so I grabbed that. The very next day I was looking at a pretty nice video card I found and was rolling that around in my mind when I refreshed and saw a Milwaukee 2767-20 kit with the tool, 2 x5ah batteries, a charger, and the hard case new in box for $170. Figured it to be a scam and it was only a 2 minute old listing, so I looked at the seller and they had like 200 all good reviews. So I offered $160, and they said $170 firm is already a steal, but it has to go because he's organizing his garage. I set up the meet at a Walmart, and drove 35 minutes thinking for sure it's a no show or a bunk product or I'm going to have a gun pointed at me (again...) this time... Got there, his car was as described (a super nice and new infinity...), And there he brought out the real deal. I asked him straight up why is it so inexpensive? He gets tools all the time as samples through his job, and he already has tens of thousands of dollars worth in his garage, so he sells them cheap locally and puts all the money in his kids' college funds. Well, if they are stilen, I sure didn't know that so I'm not culpable! Made the exchange, took the thing out, and it really did work as it should. So for $245, I got about $600 worth of stuff brand new. And got an impact wrench that is way too powerful for anything I'm doing, but darnit it's fun to have!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By lastminuteD - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2018
Had the correct size I was looking for plus extras that I was seem to need but don't have
I purchased this kit so I could replace the hubs on my 2005 Suburban 2500. Looked at buying the one socket i needed but for the price I thought this was a better deal. The case will keep everything in its place so in the future I will not have to go searching for that one socket I forgot to put away. In fact I liked it so much I bought the same thing for my nephew who is turning 16 and is buying an older car. If you work on cars with any regularity you know you always are missing that one socket that you only need occasionally. I thought I would help him out.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By milad e. - Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
Sockets wear out quickly and strip bolts
Used for 3 years on a number or toyotas mainly for brake jobs, suspension work, and a few engine swaps. Today while replacing the rear wheel bearings on a 2015 corolla i noticed that several 14mm bolts had "shinny" areas near the bolt corners. It turns out that the the 14mm socket which is probably the most used in the set is worn out, it no longer had a hexagonal shape, all the straight edges were worn and curved. None of the other sockets looked like this. Overall i would not reccomend this set.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Barnacle Bill The Sailor - Reviewed in the United States on November 26, 2018
Nice set of deep 1/2" metric impact sockets at a good price.
This is a nice set of 1/2" metric impact deep sockets at a good price. I bought a cordless impact wrench primarily to speed up change over of snow tires on two cars and an SUV and then the swap back to summer tires in the spring. That's 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts coming off and 12 wheels and 60 lug nuts going back on twice per year. Truth be told, I only need 2 different sockets (17mm and 21mm) for the three sets of lug nuts plus a 13/16ths socket for a scissor jack adapter I bought so I can use the impact wrench to raise and lower the cars. But, I decided if I was going to buy the impact wrench and batteries, I may as well have a full set of sockets so I'll be ready for any need that arises. I like this set because it's a full set with no missing sockets from 10mm to 24mm. I also like it for the plastic case which keeps all the sockets tidy and ready to go in one place without having to dig through a tool box. And there is a thin sheet of foam lining the case that keeps the sockets from rattling around. As for the sockets themselves, they are laser engraved with the size in a large silver font that's really easy to read. The finish is sort of chalky rather than slick and polished. Another reviewer said they didn't like that but I do. It makes the sockets non-slip and easy to grip when pushing them on or pulling them off an anvil with a hog ring. They also seem pretty nicely finished with no rough edges. These are fairly thin walled sockets so they should work well on most OEm and aftermarket wheels. These are chrome vanadium steel rather then chrome molybdenum and by most accounts chrome moly has an edge when it comes to ductility and therefore tool life with an impact wrench. But reviews seemed to indicate these sockets hold up pretty well and I figure if I break one I'll just replace it with a chrome moly equivalent and it will slot right into the case. But most likely, for home use these will last me a long time. I noticed the product listing shows the case dimensions as 2.24 x 4.61 x 18.5 in. But looking at the picture I could tell that isn't even close to the rectangular box shown. So out came the tape measure. The actual size of the box shown in the product listing is 3.5 x 9.5 x 12.5 in. Apparently the case has changed over time and the Amazon listing hasn't been updated. I'm really happy with these so far. Oh, and I also bought the SAE set with 14 deep sockets from 3/8 to 1 1/4" in the same size case. Highly recommended. EDIT 11/29/2018: OK, I used these sockets for the first time today to swap out summer tires and wheels on a Mercedes SUV. I used the 17mm socket on the lug nuts and the 13/16 socket to drive an adapter on a 2 ton scissor jack. The sockets did fine despite the fact my 450 lb ft impact wrench stalled out on about 5 of the 20 bolts on the car. I had to grab a breaker bar and use brute force to get them to break loose. I had the brakes done on all 4 wheels recently and apparently the mechanic did the typical torquing of my lug nuts with an air wrench set on King Kong. At any rate the sockets performed flawlessly and like I said, that 17mm took the full force of my impact wrench then a breaker bar with my full weight and muscle to free up 5 of the lug nuts. I really like the flat, non shiny and non slippery finish. Very easy to grab and pull off the hog ring anvil on my impact wrench.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Zach W - Reviewed in the United States on January 29, 2019
Quality set, use it everyday professionally.
I am a Toyota dealership tech and I use this socket 5 days a week. It’s awesome and I have no complaints whatsoever. These are well made, have thick sidewalls, and have decent weight to them. As you can see I use and abuse the 21mm socket everyday and it’s still going strong. The other great thing is that it does not skip and sizes it goes 10-24 with no skips. The carrying case is just an awesome bonus.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By MBlizzard - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018
Impressive
Ok so this is not the best money can buy. But I think it is close to the best you can get for this amount of money! Nice case, very visible labels, sufficient wall thickness to stand up to impact use, and a very reasonable finish quality. All sockets easily attached to the impact and stayed on. Hammered really hard on a 19mm nut for a while and noted no damage to socket or nut.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Alex - Reviewed in the United States on July 6, 2020
Impressed so far
These are exceptional for the price and they could charge more and have it still be a fantastic value. I was going to spend more on a Cr-Mo set, but I really don't use my impacts on cars much except for either absolute necessity or absolute convenience. I haven't had them long, and I will update this should issues arrive, but so far I am very pleased with my purchase. I've done the basic things with these, but was curious to see if cr-v would handle the big wrench on the dreaded Honda bolt, so I popped the 19mm on the Milwaukee, and set the socket on the crankshaft pulley bolt. 4 impacts and off it went. 5 or 6 years ago, I tried this exact thing with everything under the sun, pneumatic, huge cheater bar, and even removing motor fuses sans the starter with a breaker bar jammed into the frame on this bolt with my neighbor's nice impact socket and it split the socket... The socket from this kit hardly looked used! Very satisfied and impressed with what you get for your money. It is really nice having a sequential set even if I may never use one of the sizes. It's just good to have the option. If you want to read some backstory and a story about how I got the aforementioned Milwaukee 2767-20 in a brand new kit for ridiculously cheap, read below! I stumbled across two deals I couldn't refuse on local buy/sell/trade platform for two impact wrenches. I work on my car a fair bit, and just finished up installing about $1200 worth of suspension, steering, and rear hub components. I work on the cars of friends and family here and there, too, as if I'm comfortable with the repair, it saves them a ton of money and they usually force a tip I don't want to take... So I saved that money and has around $500 saved from just car repairs the last month and a half. I used to have a 10 gammon compressor that could flow enough CFM to handle a decent Ingersoll Rand pneumatic impact that I was given with somewhere around 600 ft/lb, but my compressor died about 6 months ago and it was old and loud anyway. I didn't really ever use an impact except for loosening suspension bolts, some engine pulley stuff, an axle rod here or there, and lug nuts obviously for the convenience, but I would do just fine with a breaker bar and a cheater pipe if need be. I was browsing listings on one of the local selling apps and came across a kobalt impact wrench kit with the tool, battery, charger, and bag all new in box for $75. Well, can't pass that up, so I grabbed that. The very next day I was looking at a pretty nice video card I found and was rolling that around in my mind when I refreshed and saw a Milwaukee 2767-20 kit with the tool, 2 x5ah batteries, a charger, and the hard case new in box for $170. Figured it to be a scam and it was only a 2 minute old listing, so I looked at the seller and they had like 200 all good reviews. So I offered $160, and they said $170 firm is already a steal, but it has to go because he's organizing his garage. I set up the meet at a Walmart, and drove 35 minutes thinking for sure it's a no show or a bunk product or I'm going to have a gun pointed at me (again...) this time... Got there, his car was as described (a super nice and new infinity...), And there he brought out the real deal. I asked him straight up why is it so inexpensive? He gets tools all the time as samples through his job, and he already has tens of thousands of dollars worth in his garage, so he sells them cheap locally and puts all the money in his kids' college funds. Well, if they are stilen, I sure didn't know that so I'm not culpable! Made the exchange, took the thing out, and it really did work as it should. So for $245, I got about $600 worth of stuff brand new. And got an impact wrench that is way too powerful for anything I'm doing, but darnit it's fun to have!

5.0 out of 5 stars
By lastminuteD - Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2018
Had the correct size I was looking for plus extras that I was seem to need but don't have
I purchased this kit so I could replace the hubs on my 2005 Suburban 2500. Looked at buying the one socket i needed but for the price I thought this was a better deal. The case will keep everything in its place so in the future I will not have to go searching for that one socket I forgot to put away. In fact I liked it so much I bought the same thing for my nephew who is turning 16 and is buying an older car. If you work on cars with any regularity you know you always are missing that one socket that you only need occasionally. I thought I would help him out.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By milad e. - Reviewed in the United States on February 24, 2020
Sockets wear out quickly and strip bolts
Used for 3 years on a number or toyotas mainly for brake jobs, suspension work, and a few engine swaps. Today while replacing the rear wheel bearings on a 2015 corolla i noticed that several 14mm bolts had "shinny" areas near the bolt corners. It turns out that the the 14mm socket which is probably the most used in the set is worn out, it no longer had a hexagonal shape, all the straight edges were worn and curved. None of the other sockets looked like this. Overall i would not reccomend this set.