Why would I need any of that? 1) I don't intend to sell any of my tools. 2) I won't buy it if it's going to hurt me using it. 3) I'm not something prima donna grease monkey. 4) If I break a tool, that just means I get to visit a "guy store." You know how much cool stuff is in a "guy store??" Geez! Think of the enjoyment factor dude!!I have had this argument with people ad nauseum who don’t work with tools every day, all day. When you buy tools from Snap on, MAC, or Matco ect. You’re paying for a few things. #1 resale value of the tool, #2 comfort in your hands using them for an extended period of time, 3 the convenience of having the tool delivered directly to the shop, #4 every snap on dealer I ever did business with I could contact any time day or night and they would either bring me the tool or replace a broken tool, or if they didn’t have it, get it ordered and on its way to me any time day or night. Good luck getting that kind of service from any tool company sold in a store.
Plus there's all that other cool stuff you can buy not supporting the Snap On guy and his brood of rugrats... and enough for a 24 pack besides!