Here’s a look at Snap-on’s pliers that are specially designed for turning fasteners without damaging them.
Snap-on has come out with a new set of automotive trim pad removal tools.
We found these neat magnetic nut and bolt holders that can be used with wrenches and certain sizes of hex keys.
These low-profile offset screwdrivers look to be the slimmest ones ever made.
Snap-on and Williams have come out with a new transformer installation tool and a new scaffold ratchet.
We’ve heard that Snap-on has come out with a new smooth-turning 3/8″ gearless ratchet.
“Anti-mutilation” tools are not as horrific as they sound!
Snap-on has come out with four new dog boxes for the aviation industry, and they look pretty handy for other types of users as well.
CRKT new Snap-on Wrinkle is a sharp-looking and well-performing pocket knife for daily use or even collecting.
There’s a new Snap-on folding knife, the Wrinkle, that’s designed by Ken Onion and made by CRKT.
Snap-on’s newest 1/4″ ratchet sports a 9-inch handle for exceptional reach.
Snap-on came out with a new PepBoys-exclusive lightstick.
Bahco and Williams tools are now being advertised as under the “Snap-on Industrial Brands” label.
Last week we talked about some of our favorite screwdrivers and asked about your favorites. Now we’re going to talk a bit about our go-to drivers. You know, the ones that are up front, within easy reach on the bench. For speed and production driving, I grab my SnapOn ratcheting driver (see the above photo, driver on […]
Via their Facebook page, Snap-on recently discussed how one could skin and customize their Snap-on tool storage. While we understand and can appreciate the desire to customize and personalize a tool box, designs like this seem to be a bit too ostentatious.
A few weeks ago we mentioned Snap-on’s “cordless” work light that started to appear at various retail stores. Well, we sent an email to Snap-on’s customer service about how and why a cordless lamp requires a power cord, and their reply was rather amusing. Our question: I’ve seen the Snap-on 75W drop-light (92161) offered for sale by a […]
Technically, the above pictured “Snap-on” 75W “cordless” “heavy duty” drop work light is cordless since it it sold without a power cord. The lamp accepts 75W incandescent bulbs, and relies on a user-supplied 3-prong extension cord for power. Since this work light is not mentioned anywhere on Snap-on’s website, it is likely a licensed 3rd […]
As you may already be aware, Snap-on designs and manufactures high quality tools for professional and industrial use. Snap-on also occasionally rebadges high quality tools from other OEMs, sometimes offering them under their Blue Point label. New Snap-on products are exclusively sold via tool trucks and Snap-on’s website. Because of this, we were quite surprised to see a […]