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Most Helpful Reviews
This product was much cheaper than all the other creepers that were offered. And it will do the job. It probably wouldn't work for bigger guys but its affordable and lightweight.
Well made, this creeper doesn't sag or flex when I sit on it! Others I have owned costing much more would sag or flex when I set on them, at that point the frame would drag preventing movement. Quality investment for the pro or the DIYer.
Salt Lake City, UT
Went out last minute shopping stumbled upon sears. Helpful clerk suggested this creeper over one from ************** & for the price figured why not! For 29.99 its a craftsman if it breaks well will shop around better
I bought this creeper in the fall of 2013. My current creeper was perhaps 40 plus years old and might as well not even been on wheels. This creeper is longer than the previous creeper and glides over the concrete garage floor with relative ease. This is not a heavy duty creeper for the every day mechanic, however for my limited use of 1-2 times per month it is an excellent value for the money. The 6 wheels glide across the floor with out jamming as my old creeper would. I am hoping that this creeper will last me a good 30 + years as the old one lasted 20 years and this is even more heavy duty. One added benefit is that the vinyl red cover makes it even easier to locate in the garage when the garage is full of clutter. This creeper is a Great Value - you will not be disappointed.
My son got it for Christmas and he loves it! It came in handy multiple times for working on his mustang! I recommend it to all at home mechanics! I even use it ! But don't tell him I said that!
What can I say? It's a straight forward mechanics creeper. This one by Craftsman feels solid and not cheap or weak at all. It rolls smooth even overu rough concrete and supported my weight well
I had an old wooden creeper that I used for many years. It was repaired several times so it was time to get a new one. The metal creeper was a great value for the price and I expect it to last many more years than the wooden one. Very sturdy and comfortable.
The box was open. I looked and it appeared to be in plastic so I thought no big deal. When I got it home I found grease on it. I debated on taking it back. It worked as new and I was able to clean most of the grease off of it. Overall I'm happy with it. Just disappointed that someone at Sears thinks they got away with pulling a fast one on me.
I bought this to replace an old wooden creeper. the wood one had narrow wheels that worked well on concrete, but so well on the asphalt drive. The wider wheels on this sturdy, well padded creeper work well on both surfaces for me. The frame seems well made.
The only issue I have with this creeper is that it still has those cheap and short lived captive ball bearing wheels. It's better in that it has 6 of them, but they do still fail, and somewhat quickly.
worked ok. Wish I bought the more$$ one. It had wheels a little larger and think that makes movement a little better. Not bad but changing directions takes a small shuffle. was better than trying cardboard especially getting older I like the quick in and out. Also keeps you ver low to ground which helps on cars.
I've put this creeper to use several times in a couple of days and enjoy it already. The steel is thick enough to hold me firmly. The biggest deficiency would be the fact that at 6 feet tall I have to hang off of one end or the other.
got mine for twenty buck well worth it. I'm a big guy about 270 pounds 6'3 holds me just fine. It doesn't tip over like some reviews say. Its stay in place when I get on it. Would highly recommend it for do it your self type of guy at home.