Prices have come up considerably as has everything else. (says the guy who started in the auto repair biz when labor was $8 an hour, LOL.) I think the socket set was $14.99. Their Icon brand is much more expensive but I don't need any more than what I bought for how little I will use it. Maybe not incredibly low prices, but a quantum leap better (quality wise) than the cheap crap that came out of China and is choking the flea markets around here where a table full of tools won't bring much more than scrap metal value.
Metric deep 3/8th drive 6 point sockets 10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,19 and 21 MM 6 points with thin walls like Snap ON so you can get in tight spots. $14.99
72 tooth swivel head ratchet with soft grip. 12 point sockets no longer necessary, with fine toothed ratchets. $17.99
4 3/8ths drive extensions. They have a neat sliding ball lock so the socket can not come loose with a locking collar just above the piece where the socket attaches. I used to have a MAC spark plug socket and pinned extension that never came apart, impact socket and extension that I sold when I sold our last house. These are better, needed a punch to separate the MACs, these just pull back on the collar.
Spark Plug Socket with rubber insert 5/8ths (17MM?). $2.99
I've had a 1/4 inch drive ratchet of the same type for a number of years and it is holding up very well for my purposes, so I felt more comfortable after a long term ownership and all were Lifetime guarantee, for what it's worth.
In the 60 plus years I have been using tools these are as good as anything I have owned including tool truck tools. Maybe the chrome is not quite tool truck quality but for an old fart they are perfectly adequate and less that 10% of tool truck prices.
There is still a lot of China made stuff there, but I avoid it if possible and this is a nice compromise of price and quality. Not a fan of China made stuff if I can avoid it, because it was garbage a few years back and I have no reason to believe otherwise or they would be flooding our car market with cheap cars. Poison sheet rock, lead in toys and I'm sure we all know where the fentanyl is coming from.