Every time they do this, I'm amazed that the one here in NJ doesn't get closed. It's stunning, the parking lot is empty every day, you can wander
the store and only run into a couple of shoppers. It's been like that for
a long time. Every time they close some, I always wonder how much worse
the others could be that are closing? This time it's finally on the
list. Which is kind of sad, I guess. I hardly ever go there, it's
once in a blue moon if I happen to need a tool they have, that's about it.
Even that, I hardly go, Harbor Freight usually has what I need and for
the price of one or two Craftsman, you get a whole set.
Their online store is a real shit show. I was there looking for a
big flat screwdriver blade socket bit last week. It's just as screwed
as it was 5 years ago. If you go on Ebay and search for that it gives
you good results, the bit you want. At Sears, it returns 3,000 things,
anything with the word "blade", "socket", "screwdriver", "bit", etc.
How do they expect to sell anything when you can't find it?
Do they still do Craftsman tool swaps if you have a bad one? I have
a ratchet that's been giving me fits. If they do, i better get over
there before they close the doors for good.