Occasionally (maybe once every 4 to 6 months) the Snap On truck visits our electrical shop (always on a Monday morning - hence we all meet at the shop every monday morning to turn in our time sheets from the previous week and to attend our required weekly OSHA Safety meeting, so he schedules it to be there when all of us at at the shop) .....He doesn't visit us very often because we don't really buy much from him (hence the reason he comes only about once every 4 to 6 months or so ). . . . . . . To be honest, I did invest in some of Snap On's tools (mainly some of their plier tools. And I have to say that Klein and Knipex plier tools are actually better than Snap On with TWO exceptions...Everyone needs a pair of Snap On crimpers and a pair of Snap On flush cut diagonal cutters. Snap On knocks it out of the park with those two tools, the best crimpers I've ever used in all of my 27years in electrical work, now having said that, none of Snap On's other plier tools aren't anywhere as good as Klein or Knipex. The Snap On linemans pliers are undersized and they fail the penny test (cutting a penny in half) whereas my Klein linemans pliers are 15 years old and will STILL cut a penny in half like its nothing . (((((Note: the Flush cut diagonal cutters are not pictured here, and I'm too lazy to go to the work van to dig them out just to take a picture of them.
When I started my 2nd YouTube Channel called "Kingsport Tool Review" ....... One of the first videos that I wanted to do was "Klein vs Snap On : Who has better tools Your Electrician or You Mechanic?" .... I had actually wanted to do a series of videos comparing America's two most iconic tool brands in side by side tool comparisons. ....but I never got around to making any videos LOL! - just too busy