At Ring's End, we have a wide-selection of hand tools from the world's best brands. You'll find tools from Dewalt, Stanley, Seymour, Irwin, and many more. Here are just a selection of the high-quality hand tools we supply.
People are often amazed by the many different types of saws available. However, choosing the right one can help you cut lumber and complete DIY projects much quicker.
Screwdrivers are essential hand tools and you can find screwdrivers of all shapes at sizes at Ring's End. We also sell Screwdriver sets so you'll always have the right tool for the job.
A good wrench can make all the difference when you're working on a car or need to fix a leaking pipe quickly. We have a great selection of wrenches including adjustable pipe wrenches, locking wrenches, and combination wrench sets.
Whether your stripping cable or chopping down a tree, find the best tool for the job in our striking and cutting tools collection.
Clamps and vices are essential hand tools that everyone should have in their workshop or garage. You can find a great selection in our store including heavy-duty workshop vices, woodworkers vices, one-hand bar clamps, and much more!
If you want to install some decking, roofing, or your DIY project needs reliable fasteners, we've got your covered. Our range of heavy-duty fastening tools includes hammer tackers, staple guns, and deck fastening systems.
A good shortlist of basic hand tools would include a claw hammer, adjustable wrench, multi-bit screwdriver, pliers, handsaw, folding hex key set, tape measure, and a flashlight.
The best hand tool will depend on the specific application that you are performing. A carpenter wouldn't be without a saw, and a mechanic wouldn't be without a wrench!
Contractors and DIY enthusiasts have lots of different ways of writing their names on their tools. Some of these include using engraving tools, fluorescent tape, Wite-Out, and even nail varnish!
The tools you can use to cut drywall include a jab saw, utility knife, and a drywall circle cutter. All of these tools are relatively cheap and create little dust. However, the one tool many people choose is the utility knife as it's easy to use.