Always ask advice of the people (more than one person) you deem most experienced in doing the planned work, there are small differences in the design of different makes that may make a big difference when using the tools. After the answers and before buying use your head and think about it all.......
~Finn S, Engineer, Kendal, Canada
Buy good quality hand tools right from the start, don't waste your money on the cheap ones unless it is purely a one time use only type of tool.
~Richard Z, Faculty/Staff, Platteville, WI
Do not buy on price only. Tool material is important. Ask for recommendations from people who own tools that they are looking to purchase.
~Pproduction Engineer/Fitter, Christchurch, New Zealand
Buy quality with lifetime warranty. Down time cost more than the savings from low cost tools that break.
~Ron Ortiz, Marketing/Sales, Granada Hills, CA
If you feel you may have use for it , buy it! That way you will always have it when you need it.
~Seamus H, Builder/Contractor, Newport, Ireland
See how they feel in your hand prior to purchase, they must be immediately comfortable.
~Engineering, Consulting, Hamilton, Canada
Look for quality. Cheap tools are more expensive over the long run.
~Dean C, General Management, Coon Rapids, MN
Weight of item to prevent, reduce fatigue in frequent use.
~Darren W, Height Safety and Business Development Manager, Gosport, United Kingdom
Use good quality and receive good results.
~Steve C, Trade instructor, Sale, Australia
Buy the best and usually most costly.
~Engineering Consultant, East Aurora, NY
Don't buy the cheapest, it won't last.
~Gary L, Project Manager, Pickens, OK
Buy American for your money's worth!
~Michael H, Engineer, Phoenix, AZ
Always work with protective gear.
~Damian G Mohammed, Architect, San Fernando, Trinidad & Tobago,W.I.
Try to buy branded hand tools.
~Junkers W, Marketing/Sales, Shanghai, China
Buy quality hand tools.
~Silvan J, Project Manager, Port of Spain, Trinidad
~Norm R, Ceo, Calgary, Canada