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Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit

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  • Broad assortment of hand tools and accessories makes this a great general purpose kit for the home or shop
  • Quality hand tools with professional features meeting ANSI standards
  • Bit sets allow for drilling into metal, wood and concrete
  • Packed in large durable nylon bag for easy and flexible storage
  • Perfect for the home, shop, apartment, condo or RV
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Technical Details
Item Weight11.7 pounds
Product Dimensions16.5 x 8.3 x 7.5 inches
OriginMade in USA or Imported
ColorGrey
MaterialAluminum
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces115
Grit Rating 150.00
Warranty Description30 Day Replacement Guarantee
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HDHGWU
Best Sellers Rank #626 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableSeptember 25, 2006
  
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Product Description

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Every home needs a good set of basic tools, and kits are a great way to get them at a considerable savings. Three things make Denali’s 115-piece kit stand out—the price, an exceptional selection of screwdriver bits, and last but not least, the bag. In fact, it’s hard to find a set of tools as extensive as this for anywhere near this price. If purchased separately, these items would cost $150.00

This kit includes all of the tools you need for just about any household chore, from hanging pictures to fixing a leaky faucet. They are of good quality and should handle all of your household chores and repairs for many years to come. Going through this kit, I really appreciated little touches rarely seen in basic tool sets, like the soft-grip rubber cover on the tape measure that makes it easy and comfortable to hold, and the dizzying array of bits that come with the ratcheting screwdriver handle.

But what’s really brilliant is that all of these tools come in a heavy-duty nylon bag. Most tool sets come in big, flat blow-molded cases that can be awkward to store and carry. Plus, some tools invariably fall out when you open the case. That’s why most professionals, after buying a tool set, will throw away the case it came in and go out and buy a separate tool bag or chest to store their tools. The Denali kit’s bag fits easily under a sink cabinet (it actually is the size of a breadbox), and has both a shoulder strap and hand-straps that Velcro together, making it easy to carry around. The mouth of the bag has metal stabilizing rods in the zipper, so it opens wide and stays open, meaning you can set it down, and easily get to any of the tools inside while you are working. There are a ton of pockets lining the inside and outside of the bag to carry little things like nails, screws, tape, picture hangers—all of the little things that seem to crowd your kitchen drawers.

Of course, what are most important are the tools themselves. Again, this is a well-appointed set of quality tools that should outfit you for just about any household need. Here is a complete tally:

What’s In The Bag

Hammer
This 16-ounce ripping hammer with heavy duty fiberglass handle is a medium-weight hammer that will handle most household jobs, with claws for pulling nails.

Torpedo level
A good sturdy level is a must for hanging or straightening pictures, checking tabletop alignment, or mounting towel bars and curtain rods. This 9-inch, aluminum model is accurate, lightweight and easy to handle.

Tape measure
The 3/4-inch wide by 16-foot long tape measure has a thumb lock, metric and English markings, marks for placing studs every 16-inches, a belt clip, and a soft-grip rubber shell that makes it easy to grip and comfortable to hold.

Heavy-duty zinc utility knife with rubber grip

Wrenches

  • 16-piece hex key set
    These are also called Allen wrenches. The kit comes with 8 in metric and 8 in English measurements.
  • 6-piece combination wrench set with steel clip
Pliers
  • 8-inch needle- nose pliers with wire-cutting blades, useful for getting into small spaces and gripping small nails, screws, nuts, etc. (meets or exceeds ANSI standards)
  • 8-inch diagonal pliers (meets or exceeds ANSI standards)
  • 8-inch groove-joint pliers(meets or exceeds ANSI standards)
  • 7-inch nickel-coated locking pliers are essential for getting a good, solid grip, especially when working in small spaces that don’t allow you to grip with your full strength.
  • wire cutters
Screwdrivers
Wow, you’d never imagine needing a star-drive screwdriver, until you buy that fancy new European dishwasher. Denali’s kit includes a ratcheting handle with a selection of interchangeable bits to provide an exceptional array of screwdrivers in all sizes and head shapes. The ratcheting handle is a nice feature, making it a lot easier to drive screws that are upside down or in tough to see places, where you really don’t want release pressure on the screwdriver handle to keep turning it.
  • 14 flat head: 4, 5, 6, and 7 mm and 3/32-, 1/8-, 5/32-, 3/16- (x3), 7/32-, and 1/4- (x3) inch
  • 9 Phillips head: 1x2, 2x5, and 3x2
  • 3 square head: S1, S2, and S3
  • 10 star head: T6, T7, T8, T10, T15, T20, T25, T27, T30, and T40
  • 10 hex: 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7 mm and 1/8-, 5/32-, 3/16-, 7/32-, and 1/4-inch
  • 4 Pozidriv: PZ0, PZ1, PZ2, and PZ3
    Poszidriv screws are similar to Phillips head screws, but are less prone to slippage at high torque and so provide better performance when working with air and power tools. Note that Pozidriv screwdrivers are likely to slip or tear out the screw head when used in Phillips screws.
  • 14 nut drivers
Drill Bits
This is interesting, since the kit doesn’t come with a drill. The manufacturers apparently assume that either you have a cordless drill and will appreciate a couple of good bit sets, or that if you don’t have one, you should get one. They’re right. If you don’t have a good, basic, cordless drill, you’ll appreciate it when you do. Check out Amazon's selection of cordless drills.
  • 13-piece titanium-coated high-speed steel with steel case: 1/4-, 15/64-, 7/32-, 13/64-, 3/16-, 11/64-, 5/32-, 9/64-, 1/8-, 7/64-, 3/32-, 5/64-, and 1/16-inch
  • 50-piece chrome vanadium steel 1-inch screwdriver bit set can be used with either a cordless drill or the ratcheting screwdriver included in this kit.
  • 5-piece masonry bit set with steel case: 5/32-, 3/16-, 1/4-, 5/16-, and 3/8-inch

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Customer Reviews

It's a great starter set, and the tool quality is very good.
J. Hassell
I would recommend this set for anyone who needs a set of tools for around the house.
T. Hussey
The bag is very nice and holds all these tools and leaves room for more.
Chris Rollins

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

139 of 146 people found the following review helpful By James on November 29, 2006
I bought this kit 2 weeks ago and have been very satisfied with it. As for the quality of the product, the fiberglass hammer, 4 different type pliers, 2 screwdrivers and bits, 6 wrenches, hex keys and bag are all high/professional quality. The utility knife is just your typical light-weight standard no frills knife but works fine. The drill bits come in steel cases and I've used both and they work fine. A 13 piece titanium drill bit set would cost you $20 at least! The pliers are all chrome vanadium which is the best material I've seen in pliers. They are definitely professional quality. The fiberglass hammer is as good as any fiberglass handled Stanley hammer that I've owned and the tape measure is as good as any Stanley one I've owned as well although it is only 16ft (25ft would have been better). The level is your typical lightweight level but it is magnetic which is great feature and works fine. The bag that this kit comes with is great. Its high quality and has enough room in it for me to add other stuff. I actually counted the pieces and there are 115 pieces that come with this kit. For $39 this is a great kit. Is every piece in this kit professional quality, no, but most are and for the price it is a significant value.
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69 of 77 people found the following review helpful By J. Featherstone on November 10, 2006
Just bought this hand tool kit and am very happy with it. My husband has one but it came in a plastic case that now doesn't hold the tools anymore and most of them are gone anyway. I can't fit any other hammers in the spot where the original hammer was so we can no longer keep them together. The bag this set came with is really nice. It also allows my husband the chance to lose most of these tools and allows me the flexibility to replace them. The hand tools and accessories that came in the case seem very nice and even professional grade. My husband said that they are even better then some of the Stanley tools he has.

I went to Lowe's and saw that just the hammer alone was $10 and most of the individual hand tools were $7-10 a piece. I think I got a great deal and my husband thinks he got great tools. Best of both worlds.
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61 of 70 people found the following review helpful By C. Klein on December 2, 2007
Please don't expect Sears craftman quality from this tool set. The tool bag is very good and the selection of tools is great. OK tool quality. As a tool kit around the home for newlyweds and college dorm it is excellent and the price is right. The hammer feels unbalanced because it has a hollow handle. The razor cutter is excellent because it is simple to open and change the blade. If I had my druthers, I would have omitted the drill bits (why did they include drill bits?) and put in a better hammer.
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43 of 51 people found the following review helpful By N. Brown on December 1, 2006
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I was a little concerned about the quality of the set because of the low price, but I am very pleased. They are not top of the line, but perfect for handling small to medium jobs. Screw Driver set is a little lame but the interchangable bits can be used in drills. The drill bit sets are great. They even incluse masonry bits. I've never needed a hex key, and some of the other stuff in here, but all in all, it's a great gift for home-owners.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful By A. Nguyen on November 19, 2007
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An excellent "bang for buck" set, it includes all the basic tools one would need to accomplish some common tasks in the home. The quality is better than what should be expected at this price. The kit only suffers from a few minor flaws.

The tool bag is simply a heavy duty bag in which to throw all your tools together in one place. The bag is good quality, durable but offers little in the way of organization. It is really a bag with 6 inner pockets, non of which are designed to hold any specific tool, so in the end all the pieces will lump together inside. As long as you don't add too many of your own tools in the bag, which there is ample room for, it shouldn't be difficult navigating for what you need.

The kit's 115 pieces, relies a few repetitive sets of bits. A close look at the product description will reveal that there are 2 sets of phillips drivers, one of which is called "Poszidriv" set, which are really just another set of phillips. If the Poszidriv set provides more torque and grip, why not simply include those and forget the others? Some might tell me they are for different screwdrivers, but for general around the house tasks, the average person would look at the bit set and see a world of repetition. 14 flathead bits is overkill and if you purchase the set you will understand when looking over all the bits offered. I think these bits were included to pump up a reasonable 80 piece set to 115.

The racheting handle of the screwdriver is a great feature, but when inserting the bits, there is no locking mechanism so when you pull the driver from its completed screw, the bit will stay on the bolt or screw you've just tightened. This happens on and off.

On the positive side, I agree with the other reviewers.
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22 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Cosmo Kramer on July 26, 2007
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I bought this for a friend who got a new vacation house. He and his wife are city dwellers where the super fixes everything, so I knew they needed tools for their house. The Denali kit has very, very high quality parts in it. The hammer is heavy, the pliers and cutters are strong. The bag is a plus for them, because there is plenty of room inside for additional tools, and lots of pockets inside and out. The wife was happy they could put all their tools inside and zip it up, keeping it secure from their 1 year old.

Only improvements would be a small socket wrench that fits the supplied socket bits (the kit has a socket driver, but sometimes you need the torque of a true wrench). I also think the saw is strangely designed, but for the very light cutting it is meant for, it will work well enough.
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