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Craftsman is a line of tools, lawn and garden equipment, and work wear.Originally owned by Sears, the brand is now controlled by Stanley Black & Decker.. Craftsman tools were first sold in 1927. They were not manufactured by Sears, but by various other companies under contract.

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Craftsman Woodworking Tools (Sears, Roebuck Co.) For years the Craftsman brand of woodworking tools, sold by the Sears, Roebuck and Co., have been used by amateur and professional woodworkers alike and had a reputation as a good quality American made tool.

The tools shown here are just the ones that I make on a regular basis (and try to keep in stock), but over the years I have made all sorts of original and experimental tools for various craftspeople.

Introduction. This is the first of several articles covering Craftsman brand tools. This installment will focus on the development of the Craftsman brand during the 1920s and 1930s, as well as covering some of the tools sold by Sears in the pre-Craftsman era, in order to provide background context.

Earlier this month, we noted how a reader was having trouble getting Sears to properly honor the lifetime warranty on his Craftsman tools. Now David Figler, a vice president of the company, has ...

Page 4 of an article on early Craftsman tools and the companies that made them.

Love the site !!! I am always on the look out for American made products and especially American made tools. Broke my heart when Craftsman sold out, wish I had the billions to bring her back home.

Sears Holdings Corp. SHLD, +0.75% has agreed to sell its popular Craftsman tool brand through Ace Hardware stores, as the company turns again to outsiders to help grow its sales.