I gotta disagree. I have way more options for tools from Snap On than anywhere else. It is WAY nicer using quality tools, for whatever you’re doing
Luckily, we’re all allowed an opinion, whether or not anyone else agrees with it
I think we are on the same page, tools make a difference, the better the tools the easier it becomes. Specialized tools make it even easier.
I have a few Snap On tools and yes they are nice (and expensive), of all the sockets that I have broken Snap On is among the highest count, the old cheap Harbour Freight while bulky heavy and poor finish, have stood the test of time and have yet to break one with the most extreme miss use possible (one or two on a regular basis as there is no better tool).
So quality becomes the question, which performs better, lasts longer, takes the abuse and provides the best ROI.
I'm if the opinion of buying tools as a one time use application (cheap as possible, if it last a lifetime bonus), or lifetime purchase (whatever it takes for the best possible, sucks when it last only one use).
In short value for money, highest value for the least money is likely they best quality where is counts.
Don't get me wrong I'm not picking on any brand (or saying the Snap On is poor quality), just using the two as an example.
What I am saying is the individual doing the work makes a difference, the tools (abundance, specialized and quality) only make it easier.