Apollo Precision Tools DT9408 53-Piece Household Tool Kit
- Tools are heat treated for strength and durability
- All tools meet or exceed ANSI critical standards
- Convenient carrying case
- Sturdy interior keeps tools in place
- Case measures 13 by 8 by 3 inches; limited lifetime warranty
Fixing that leaky faucet, hanging picture frames, assembling furniture, tightening bicycle chains, here’s the right tool kit for all those jobs around the house. This versatile kit contains 53 of the most-reached-for hand tools for tackling all assembly, maintenance, repair projects around the home or office. If you buy all these tools individually at the hardware store, you’ll easily pay twice as much.
Long nose pliers easily reach into tight quarters and clamp down on small objects. An adjustable crescent wrench turns nuts and bolts of various sizes. A handy claw hammer pulls nails and pounds small to medium-size nails into studs for hanging pictures, mirrors, shelving and more. The kit’s digital voltage tester helps with wiring and testing appliances. A tape measure helps you size things up. And, a magnetic level holds fast to metal surfaces for hands-free leveling operations. The kit also includes precision screwdrivers, a bit driver, bits, SAE combination wrenches, SAE hex keys, and metric hex keys.
Tools are constructed of 45C carbon steel or chrome vanadium steel, heat treated and chrome plated where appropriate to resist corrosion. The tool handles are made of double dipped plastics for a comfortable and secure grip and the tool cases are made of extra heavy duty materials. Tools meet or exceed critical ANSI standards. Each tool is tested against industry standards for hardness, torque, finish and usability and should last a lifetime under normal use. Tools are held securely in a sturdy blow molded case. –Brian D. Olson
What’s in the Box
6-inch long nose pliers, 6-inch adjustable wrench, claw hammer, digital voltage tester, 12-foot tape measure, 9-inch magnetic level, six precision screwdrivers, bit driver, twenty 1-inch bits, four SAE combination wrenches, eight SAE hex keys, eight metric hex keys