Craftsman tools have been in my family since I learned to work on cars, which was about the age of 11. My Dad owned them and he passed his love of Craftsman down to my brothers and I. My first busted knuckle was done on my Dad's 1962 Chevy with a Craftsman wrench in my hand. **What you get **1/4", 3/8" and 1/2" drive ratchets and sockets(125) in both sae and metric in all the popular sizes to do just about anything you need to on your vehicle. 14 combination wrenches (open end and box style on the same wrench). 3 extensions for the ratchets and a carry case. The sockets and the box ends are 6pt which allow a good grip on nuts or bolts. The ratchets are the quick release type, just press the button and it comes off easily. Not only are these tools functional but they are highly polished as well. Along with the ability to do the job they are also backed by an ***Unconditional Lifetime Guarantee***. A lot of your tools these days have gone to this type of warranty. But Craftsman has been doing it for as long as I have been using them and then some. If it breaks you just take it back to them and they replace it, with no questions asked. Over the years I have found a few ratchets laying around that were rusted and looked like crap. I walked into Sears and showed them the ratchet and they replaced it! Once while rebuilding an engine I needed a cheater bar on my 1/2" ratchet, well I busted it in half! Yes a 3 foot cheater bar will do that. I took it into Sears and showed them, the guy looked at me and asked what happened. I told him and then he laughed and then handed me a new one. Thats because not only is their warranty a lifetime one, it is unconditional as well. The only bad part is that they do not cover screwdrivers as they are not designed to take the abuse like other tools are. If a socket breaks like many do from constant heavy exertion, take it back and they will replace it.** Bottom Line **Craftsman has stood behind their tools for over 50 years with an industry first Unconditional Guarantee. They set the standard for tools and many have followed their lead. They have improved designs over the years to keep up with tighter spaces under the hoods of vehicles. I would say they are one of the most recognized names in the automotive industry. They not only cater to the backyard mechanic like me, but also the professional mechanic. So when you need a tool that has a history of Excellent Workmanship and Quality Craftsman is the tool of choice! Get the tools that you can pass down to your children and your grandchildren! The tool that will be replaced no matter how many times you break it.