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Dewalt launched their hand tool line a few years ago, and at present there are a couple of neat innovations as well as a number of tools with strong resemblance to Stanley-branded hand tools.
Working in maintenance I certainl cross platforms between mechanic and contractor style tools often. I wouldn’t call it a marketing gimmick, but the reasoning behind these products elude me. When drafting the post, I thought about what makes these ratchets, sockets, and tool sets stand apart from competing models.
As worthwhile as these tools might be, there are plenty of great ratchets, wrenches, and socket sets already out there. Seems DeWalt may have accidentally hired some of the same people that used to work for Craftsman. To be fair, Milwaukee has more unique hand tool innovations because they’re designing their tools from the ground up and with a different mindset. I searched for any similarities between these new ratchets and current Stanley, Blackhawk, and Proto models, and could not find a close match.
I do agree that there’s not a lot that can be added in terms of socket innovation these days. Same reason Jeep slaps their name on anything ever made, It’s supposed to stand for tough and adventurous. In my humble opinion, selling these tools is a truly idiotic move on the part of Sears, unless their goal is to someday brand them with the Craftsman name.
Are the cases worthwhile on the dewalt mechanics tools, someone commented, but I didn’t see a follow up.
It is also my understanding that Dewalt discontinued those earlier sets, and the new ones are apparently not as good as the first generation introduced.

That being said, I’m just happy that I got a great ratchet set at even a greater price. Dewalt is coming out with several new socket and mechanics tool sets. This comes as somewhat of a surprise, but it’s not necessarily unwelcome.
While I’m sure that Dewalt reps would insist that these aren’t “lick and stick” derivative copies of tools previously developed by one or more Stanley Black & Decker brands, that wouldn’t be a bad thing. In any case, these don’t look like “lick and stick” rebrands, they look like newly developed tools. Thanks for your input, all comments and postings are reviewed prior to being made available on the site.
Packaging should be the same as what is found in a retail store, unless the item is handmade or was packaged by the manufacturer in non-retail packaging, such as an unprinted box or plastic bag.
Import charges previously quoted are subject to change if you increase you maximum bid amount. You see, Stanley Black and Decker already owns several brands and lines of mechanics and automotive tools.
The ratchet handles look comfortable, albeit a bit short. If I had to guess, I would think that pricing and quality will be somewhere between Stanley and Blackhawk brands. If these are made in the USA, which I doubt since the tools and packaging don’t seem to be marked as such, my feelings would be completely different. Dewalt has the benefit of drawing from Stanley designs, leading to occasional resemblances.
So they’re not exactly Stanley tools in Dewalt clothing, unless of course we see the same tools soon hitting the market under Stanley branding. Some industrial distributors carry the tools, but of course they are a lot more expensive than their Asian counterparts because of the cost of domestic manufacture and the distributors’ mark-up. I hold this information from a former Dewalt employee, so if this is true, this is certainly quite deceiving. It will serve me well for my actual needs, and I don’t see myself upgrading in the future. I am especially fond of Facom and Proto, and would love to see some of their products under Dewalt branding, as this would mean better prices and availability.

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If you reside in an EU member state besides UK, import VAT on this purchase is not recoverable. Dewalt had invented the RAS – and nearly every lumberyard in my neck of the woods had one. It’s hard to compare the two brands, but if I had to I would say that Milwaukee seems to be aiming to be more cutting edge with tools for specific trades and applications, and Dewalt seems to be aiming to offer a broader range of tough hand tools, with a couple being new and innovative.
With out having to take the tool box with me, working on something away from home I think they will come in handy. Being a homeowner with some basic needs, this is plenty enough for me, and it would still be enough if I was a contractor. The LED light with 20 second trigger release delay provides increased visibility in dark or confined spaces, improved LED tool placement minimizes chuck shadow.
These brands already offer something for every type of user, from homeowners and weekend warriors, to professional mechanics and aerospace technicians. Actually, those mechanic tools are exactly marketed to contractors who need a ratchet set occasionally.
No filler crap like screwdriver bits that strip after one use or excessive number of hex wrenches. I understand mechanics may have a different take on this as they use their tools everyday, but for the contractor who has to install lag bolts, or equipment, they don’t need much fancy stuff. They have a swivel holder which is easy to pull out and place back without these falling out.
Add that patented feature to a case and better snap clasps and I guarantee it will sell tens of thousands.

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