Best Hand Tool Brands In The UK - What Are They?

Last Updated On September 17, 2021 By Elliot

3Hand tools as the name suggest are tools powered by hand movements rather than electricity or batteries. A few examples include wrenches, plier, cutlers, files and striking tools, garden forks, pruning, shears, and rakes that can also fall in this category.

Adulting will at one point require you to use a hand tool or two. This is not exactly common territory so you may not know what to look for and which brand to get it in if you are based in the UK then this article is for you. Below I have outlined a couple of the best hand tools manufacturers from the UK and the tools they are best known for.

  1. DeWalt Tools

In 1920, Raymond DeWalt, then superintendent of Seabrook Farms came up with the first-ever woodworking machine .this launched his career in the hand tool community and in 1924, he opened the tool manufacturing company DeWalt.

since its inception, they have consistently delivered quality and durable hand tools. They mostly target professionals and so its guaranteed their tools will be good for any handyman. they are known to release tools of ergonomic design and comfort fit for working foe extensive periods without hand fatigue or blisters. They have a variety of handtools and combo kits to choose all equipped with high torque and impressive output levels.

  1. Milwaukee Tool Company

If you are a regular in the tool world then chances are you have heard of this Milwaukee tools. The company was launched in the USA but as demand increased they opened manufacturing plants all over Europe and England. They quickly gained fame because of the precision they make their tools with; every little detail is thought of.

The Milwaukee Company is best for blades and their socket kit is also quite extensive. The knives are made of stainless steel metal and come with tool-free blade changes. If you are looking for quality and do not mind spending a little extra you can cop yourself their toolbox which comes with safety wear, wench, blades, ratchet, and sockets.

  1. Makita Tool Company.

Makita first started as an electrical repair shop in Japan. after gaining a sizeable clientele did they branch into tool manufacturing; This was in the late '50s. the market did not accept them easily as the japan manufacturing business was still in its infancy. Regardless, they maintained a streak of releasing quality and affordable tools and the professionals had to appreciate it. They are by far the biggest innovators having brought as more than 100 innovative tools.

Their biggest marketing strategy is that their adjustable wrenches are 45% thinner and 26% wider than competing ones of the same size..All their tools are made of chrome vanadium steel so you do not have to worry about durability.

    4. Bosch Tool Company

Bosch tool corporation first started solely as a power tool manufacturer in 2003. this is before they sought the market in handtools in 2005 and have kept at it since.they have headquarters in North America and small branches all over the world their tools are categorized as a state of the art brand as the cool blue design is class.

If you are in the market for containers, pullers, workshop equipment, hammer or chisels then they will serve you well. Their tools are made to last you a lifetime and are spark free so you will find it hard to ruin. Though they are not in any way cheap, they have fairly reasonable prices for the quality they offer.

   5. Bahco Tool Company

Bahco is one of the leading manufacturers in the world. The company hails from Europe ad has been in existence since the late 1800s. The company prides itself on innovation and most of its tools are own inventions. We have them to thank for the adjustable pipe wrench and bi-metal hacksaw among many more.

Although the wrench is what really sparked its popularity; they now have a wide range of products. Most of their hand tools are of good quality with glowing reviews. Currently, they manufacture 14000 different tools so you are bound to find something to suit your needs.

Conclusion

Before you go about tool shopping, you need to look at the quality and functionality. Different manufacturers are good at making certain tools but not others hence can be very confusing.

Conduct extensive research on the material,  customer reviews and feel free to contact them for further information. Tools are rather expensive so you will not want to end up with things you won’t use.

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Elliot

I'm Elliot Higgins the Founder of multiple hardware stores around the UK. I love wood and wood working. Watching a fine piece of pine or cedar turn into a work of art is extremely satisfying. The one thing I love more than woodworking is the toys that we use! On HandyToolsHome.com; we bring you information and reviews on all kinds of tools.

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