They were first sold in 1927 through the and in Sears retail stores.
Roberts sued Sears in 1969 after seeing his quick release on a wrench prominently displayed in a Sears catalog, but it wasn't until 1989 that the case was finally settled.
Instead, Emerson kept the equipment, claiming it to be obsolete and of little value.
At other times, Craftsman products are identical to models of other brands with a different name on them.
While Craftsman style houses such as the popular California Craftsman homes are also , keep in mind that not every bungalow is a Craftsman-style home.
Western Forge violated the contract by demanding more money because of Sears's financial problems.