|Item Weight||0.2 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||16.5 x 8.3 x 7.5 inches|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||115|
|Warranty Description||30 Day Replacement Guarantee|
Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit
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- 115-piece basic tool kit for everyday chores and repairs
- Includes hammer, level, tape measure, utility knife, pliers, screw drivers, and drill bits (metal, wood, and concrete)
- Quality hand tools with professional features meeting ANSI standards
- Packed in large durable nylon bag for easy and flexible storage
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Denali 115-Piece Home Repair Tool Kit
Every home needs a good set of basic tools, and kits are a great way to get them quickly, conveniently, and at a considerable savings. The Denali 115-piece kit includes all the tools you need for just about any household chore, from hanging pictures to fixing a leaky faucet. The extensive set of everyday tools offers a dizzying array of bits that come with the ratcheting screwdriver handle and thoughtful touches like the soft-grip rubber cover on the tape measure to ensure a comfortable, secure hold. Even more, the tool kit stores in a rugged carrying bag for easy transport.
- 115-piece basic tool kit for everyday chores and repairs
- Includes hammer, level, tape measure, utility knife, pliers, screw drivers, and drill bits
- Tools meet ANSI standards
16-ounce, medium-weight, ripping hammer with heavy-duty fiberglass handle and claws for pulling nails; will handle most household jobs
9-inch aluminum level for hanging or straightening pictures, checking tabletop alignment, or mounting towel bars and curtain rods; lightweight, accurate, and easy to handle
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 for opening packages, cutting material, and more
-16-piece hex key set (aka Allen wrenches) with 8 in metric and 8 in English measurements
-6-piece combination wrench set with steel clip
-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
-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
-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
Heavy-Duty Nylon Bag
All of the tools come neatly stored 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 to store their tools. The Denali kit's bag fits easily under a sink cabinet, and it has both a shoulder strap and hand-straps that Velcro together, making it easy to carry around. The mouth of the bag features metal stabilizing rods in the zipper, so it opens wide and stays open, which means you can set it down and easily get to any of the tools inside while you're working. A ton of pockets lining the inside and outside of the bag help keep smaller items (little nails, screws, tape, picture hangers) safely stored and easily accessible.
Top Customer Reviews
When the bag arrived, it seemed nice on the outside. The bag feels durable, and well made. I opened the bag and began removing tools. All of the tools are wrapped individually with foam and taped up. So here's a review on each most aspects(the ones off the top of my head)
Hammer: Not bad at all. Has a nice weight to it.
Level: magnetic, doesn't feel very cheap. I like it.
Hack saw: don't even bother using it. It feels like a clearance saw you buy at a low end hardware store(HF). The blade is twice the length of the actual frame, which is a hazard, along with a nuiscuance.
Adjustable wrench: Good luck getting it to stay where you adjusted it to. It will change itself on the way to the object you need to get around. Extremely cheaply made.
Ratcheting screwdriver: It won't stay where you put it. Turn the knob to make it ratchet left or right, and it will go back to then center, which is the "locked" position. At first I thought it was how I was holding it. But no, it can and will go to center every damn time you use it, making it a non-ratcheting driver. Useless.
Driver bits: they give you around 60 bits(50 of them have no real use in home) that are ridiculously cheaply made. Don't expect many uses out of them. Oh, and the 5 bricks that they come in have no labeling, and the assortment on the brick is random. i.e. 3 different sized PH bits will be on 3 bricks...
Tape measure: heavy, has two ways to lock it. Feels durable AND it has a marked tape. So you can read the increments faster instead of squinting or counting. Very nice!
Assorted wrenches and Allans: I haven't used these yet. The wrenches don't feel cheap, and they have a convenient holder.
Drill/masonry bits and drivers: I don't know any DIYer that uses masonry bits, I certainly have no use for them, so I can't give an opinion. The wood drilling bits go dull extremely fast. Yes I'm running them at the correct RPM and not overheating them. So I can't be completely to blame for that. The odd sized drivers haven't seen use yet.
Utility blade: very heavy and bulky. You'll need big hands to use it properly so keep that in mind. It's not a bad thing, just a consideration.
Stub screwdriver: I have no idea why they included this. It's barely shorter than the "ratcheting" driver...
Channel locks, vice grips, snips, and needles: channels are decent, the grip is thin and they feel like they will break under any real strain. The vice grips will open by themselves when clamped, and feel like they will fall apart in your hand. The snips and needle nose pliers are actually nice. The snips have a durable feel, and the needle noses are very long(very handy for annoying electrical work!).
Bag: looks nice on the outside, but the pockets on the inside must have been designed for a different tool set, because there is no configuration I tried that can hold any of the tools at all. This defeats the purpose of having a bag to hold it all. Especially if you're like me and need organization to work.
Ultimately, you get what you pay for. For $50, I guess it's a good deal. I would recommend that you get some pricing on similar sets from a discount hardware store(HF). You'll get the same or better quality with at least a small warranty. Hopefully you find this review helpful and do a bit of shopping around before you try this set.
I have purchased 5 of these bags over the past 4 years for myself and friends. This product is a useful product to have in a closet of every house to deal with almost all of the regular, basic home repairs. However, this past year I ran into a serious problem with my newest bag. The day after opening my bag and pulling out the tools, I tried to use the wire cutters to modify a paper clip. The wire cutters blade snapped in half! This tool is supposed to be able to cut 10 gauge wire and couldn't even cut a tiny paper clip. Normally, when I run into a clearly defective product, I can go to the manufacturer and get a replacement. This is not the case with this tool kit. I have yet to actually find out who makes the tools, and who I would need to contact to return the defective merchandise.
You get what you pay for with this tool kit.
I have gotten into the habit of replacing all these tools with garage sale finds as each tool breaks or is destroyed.
Here is a quick list of pros and cons that should help you decide if this is the right product for your needs.
-Great Bag! Perfect size, good weight, not to heavy even for kids to carry.
-Great selection. It is only missing a 5-in-1 scraper, a flashlight, and a nail punch and then it would be complete.
-One of the best utility knives you can buy. I am serious here. The knife is comparable to a brand new $10-15 knife. The other tools in the bag that I like: hammer, level, hack saw, vice grips, pliers, and short Philips head screwdriver.
-good variety of drill bits and screw head connectors.
-size of tools = perfect. These are not just the right tools for your small home repair projects, they are the right size. Not too big for slipping in behind hard to reach sinks and wall cavities.
-The organizers are ineffective. None of the containers for the drill bits, wrenches, or screwdiver bits actually stay shut and keep things ordered. I usually have to put everything in zip-lock bags if I want to keep it organized.
-No return policy. When it breaks, you gotta replace it.
-The ratchet screwdriver is pretty useless. Even though it does actually ratchet and hold all the little bits, I always purchase a bargain 6-in-1 screw driver to go with a new bag. The screwdriver is only good for giving to small children to keep them occupied while you are trying to fix something.
-Other of the tools that are particularly cheap or useless: wrenches (not enough of them), nut drivers (too small, just go buy a ratchet set), and hex wrenches (cheap).
Thanks for reading.