How do I Buy Husky Tools Directly?

Updated November 22, 2016

Husky tools are manufactured by Stanley Black & Decker, formerly known as Stanley Tools. Stanley acquired the brand in the 1980s and sold all rights to the Home Depot in the 1990s. Husky tools can be purchased directly from Home Depot, either online or at a store. Start your shopping online to check store and online availability--some tools are available only in stores, while some are offered only online. Regardless of where you buy your Husky tools, you can enjoy a lifetime guarantee with your purchase.

Go to Home Depot's website to determine which tools you want to buy (see the Resource section of this article for a link). From the website, look to the left corner to view your sorting options. You can sort by tool or by price.

Compare tools if you're unsure which one to buy. From the tools search result, check the box above the picture to start your comparisons. Check the boxes of all tools you want to compare, then click the "COMPARE" option just above the tools search results to see side-by-side comparisons.

Click on the tool you want to purchase, and add the item to your cart, an option on the right side of the Web page. Adjust your quantity if necessary. Continue choosing tools and quantities until you are ready to complete your purchase.

Click on the option for "My Cart," (located to the right of the top of the page) when your shopping is complete. View your cart to confirm items or proceed to checkout. From your checkout options, choose to checkout as a guest or use your sign-in if you already have one.

Provide required name, address, and phone number information to proceed with your order. Review your products again and confirm the purchase price. Click on the continue option. Input your payment information and submit your order.


You can conveniently review items online before going into a store. If you have questions during the online shopping process, you can chat with a customer service representative, an option provided during online shopping.

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Shanan Miller covers automotive and insurance topics for various websites, blogs and dealerships. She has extensive automotive experience, including auction, insurance, finance, service and management positions. Miller has worked for dealer sales events around the United States and now stays local as a sales and leasing consultant for a dealership.