Does Lowe’s honor Craftsman lifetime warranty on hand tools?
FULL STATEMENT FROM LOWE’S CORPORATE COMMUNICATIONS:
“We will honor all lifetime warranties no matter where the CRAFTSMAN hand tool was purchased. We ask that customers bring in the item, and we’ll replace it if we have the product.
Does Sears still honor Craftsman warranty?
Details of the Craftsman warranty policy is available here. The lifetime warranty only applies to hand tools and not to things that are meant to wear out, like saw blades. … Under the agreement, the tools will still be sold at Sears and Kmart locations. They were already also available at Ace Hardware stores.
Can I return Craftsman Tools to Ace Hardware?
Ace will exchange a product covered that they have in stock. Return damaged product to a stocking Retail Partner or call 1-888-331-4569 for details. No proof of purchase required. This covers all Craftsman tools that were covered by the lifetime warranty regardless of manufacturer or where they were purchased.
Where do I take my Craftsman tools for warranty?
But the bottom line is if your tool breaks, you may want to call Craftsman customer service first at 888-331-4569, if you don’t have a Sears nearby, because you may not always be able to get a replacement at Lowe’s. As always don’t waste your money.
Does Sears still replace broken Craftsman tools?
So back to the full lifetime warranty on hand tools, here’s what it says: If the product fails to perform for any reason, we will replace it. Return damaged product to a stocking Retail Partner or call 1-888-331-4569 for details. No proof of purchase required.
Does Craftsman replace stolen tools?
If a Craftsman hand tool ever fail due to a defect in the product, simply return the item to the nearest Sears store. … If the hand tool is no longer available, Sears will replace the tool with a comparable item. If no comparable item is available, Sears will provide the customer with their money back.
Did Lowes buy out Craftsman?
The move was announced Tuesday by both Lowe’s (LOW) and Stanley Black & Decker (SWJ), the tool maker that bought the Craftsman brand from Sears Holdings (SHLD) in a deal valued at $900 million.