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Not the person you were replying to, but my uncle has been a mechanic for 35+ years. He keeps two sets of everything, all Craftsman Pro. That way he always has a backup in case something breaks, and then after the job is complete he can go up to the store and grab a new one for free. He works on cars and yachts. It is beneficial for him to not have to get off of a boat just to go grab a new tool if it breaks. Its not common for them to break, it just makes sense for him. He would do the same if he owned all Snap-On, but his two sets of Craftsman Pro tools cost less than a single set of Snap-On. Just another option for a tool set up!