Take a look at the Sears clothing department . . .
Do you see anything you would wear?
Everything I see there screams “I’m a loser”
Just because you earn little money, doesn’t mean you have to look like it
Target has figured that out, but Sears has not
Another big problem . . . the stores are mismanaged. For instance, 1/2 the people in the store aren’t there to make a purchase. They’re waiting in line to pay down their balance. And that takes far longer than making a purchase. They should either have a dedicated cashier for that, or just more cashiers in general
I still consider their tool department to be good for diy projects and home repairs. Their tools aren’t the greatest, but at least most of them still have lifetime warranty. I know guys that use them on a regular and professional basis. But most guys I know eventually upgrade to snap on, matco or mac. and then they take the craftsman tools home, and keep them in the garage for home use
I bought a kenmore dishwasher several years ago. Every few years, like clockwork, the control panel quits working, and I have to replace it. I replace it myself now, but it’s still about $100, and a few days without a working dishwasher. At least the kenmore toaster has been reliable . . .
Every single time I ordered an appliance, there were major problems. If I went to go pick up myself, it usually wasn’t there, even though I called ahead to check. And if they delivered, they usually had an incorrect address, or had the wrong delivery date. That’s inexcusable, IMO
My brother bought a diehard battery for his toyota several years ago. I installed it, and he probably got a good 5 or 6 years out of it. No problems. The price was fair and it fit correctly, unlike some napa batteries. Napa batteries are slightly overpriced, in my opinion. And they only have a 2 year warranty, versus the 3 years most of the other guys offer