The Large Klein Tool is the industry standard and used by riggers to haul steel cable.
Made by Klein, its actual name is a "Haven Grip." The large size is used for cable from 1/8" to 1/2" diameter. It also has a locking device to keep the cable from slipping out.
The small Klein Tool is used for cable from 1/16" to 1/4" diameter. This is a non-locking cable puller.
Stubby Finder / Driver$12.95
When placing screws, I always use my finder/driver. It can be used on any drill/screwgun.
It magnetically holds in place any bit you choose and it has a sleeve which slides over the screw. This is great for placing screws in hard to reach places.
I've found another good use for the finder/driver. Use it when hanging wall sconces. It happens so often, you can't get your screwgun in between the prongs of a sconce so you can't screw the mounting plate to the wall. The additional length of the finder/driver allows you to get into those tight places.
The finder/driver comes with two bits: one slotted, one phillips.
Universal Chuck Key$12.95
Keep losing your chuck key? Here's a universal chuck key that fits over 86 different models.
Need to draw a circle...a really BIG circle? Every good carpenter needs a set of quality trammel points. Layout and cut perfect circles and arcs every time no matter what the size.
Flexible Stubby 3/8 inch Ratchet$24.95
Same ratchet used in the Gator Grip Kit.
Coffin Key - Hex 5/16 inch$19.95
5/16" Hand held T-handle wrench for Roto-Locks. Only 6" long.
This is the hammer that's been in my tool bag for the last 25 years. My father carried an Estwing for as long as I can remember. While some may prefer a wooden handle I really like the slim, but indestructible features of the Estwing hammer.
Steel Head and Steel Shank wrapped with genuine leather for the grip.