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Are you looking to buy new hand tools?  Do you know what brand or manufacturer to buy?  As you know there are so many brands, models and manufacturers to choose from, it’s hard deciding which one is right for you.  Tools in Action tests and reviews the newest hand tools in the marketplace.  Below you can find a list of our recent hand tool reviews to assist you with your buying decision.  Don’t go blindly into your purchasing decision.  Become an informed buyer and know the products in the marketplace.  After reading through our reviews if you still need help, take a look at the Power Tool Forum.  The forum is filled with awesome people who can help answer questions you have.  If you are looking to buy additional tools, take a look at our Power Tool Guides where you can search by different specifications.  Read our hand tool reviews below to get started with your research.

Stiletto Hammer Review

Stiletto Hammer Review

While we rely on hand tools for our daily jobs, they don't get the love that power tools receive.  They aren't as sexy, fun...
Milwaukee Pipe Wrench

Milwaukee Pipe Wrench

Milwaukee is starting to make a name in the hand tool world.  It's weird to think back just 5 years ago.  Not even sure...
Husky 200 Piece Socket Set

Husky 200 Piece Socket Set

This article is not for the mechanic.  Sure as a mechanic you can buy these sockets and I think they will suit you fine. ...
Husky Stubby Ratchet

Husky Stubby Ratchet

If you have visited any Home Depot tool aisle, then you are familiar with the Husky brand.  Husky is a brand only found and...
Husky Screwdriver Review

Husky Screwdriver Review

Husky is a brand that exclusive to The Home Depot, it's their house brand.  In the past, Husky was something I always overlooked and...
Husky Tube Cutter

Husky Tube Cutter

Husky is known for their hand tools and a house brand for The Home Depot.  Walk into any Home Depot and you will see...
Sunex Hand Tools Review

Sunex Hand Tools Review

Hand Tools are often times the pinnacle of a tool chest. Power Tools have taken over a lot of functions but there are still...
Southwire Pliers and Strippers Review

Southwire Pliers and Strippers Review

Southwire Tools is a well-loved manufacturer in the electrician realm. Best known for their hand tools and innovative fish tape, Southwire continues to keep...
Milwaukee Hand Tools At The Home Depot

Milwaukee Hand Tools At The Home Depot

Hand Tools have their place in any shop. Mechanics need them, yes, but virtually everyone has a need for hand tools at some point....
Milwaukee Hammer Review

Milwaukee Hammer Review

Hammers are probably one of the oldest hand tools known to man.  They have been made out of stone, wood, bronze and more. The...
Southwire Automatic Wire Stripper Review

Southwire Automatic Wire Stripper Review

Traditionally, using wire strippers has been a two-handed operation. This has made the job a chore. Especially while on a ladder or in a...
DeWalt Steel Hammers Review

DeWalt Steel Hammers Review

DeWalt may not be the first brand you think of when it comes to hand tools, but they have drastically changed their lineup in...

Southwire Drivers Review

Southwire released a large lineup of new tools recently, from pocket knives, which we reviewed here, to multimeters and testers. What you may have...
Klein Multi-Purpose Electrician Tools Review

Klein Multi-Purpose Electrician Tools Review

Electricians have many different aspects of their day that require multiple tools for each job. Our Klein Multi-Purpose Electrician Tools Review focuses on two...
Milwaukee Adjustable Bolt Cutter Review

Milwaukee Adjustable Bolt Cutter Review

A while back we reviewed the 14" Milwaukee Bolt cutters, so if you read that review, then you are all ready familiar with these...
Klein Electricians Multi-Tool Review

Klein Electricians Multi-Tool Review

Klein is known as one of the best hand tool makers for electricians out there. When I first saw a photo of this tool,...

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