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    Special thanks to Tokyo Offroad for introducing me to Nepros tools. I got the bug and ordered a bunch of stuff and all I can say is wow! The ratchets are awesome as are the T-wrenches and everything else I bought. If you are obsessed with high quality stuff, you can't go wrong with Nepros. It's like tool porn.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SoftOption View Post
    Special thanks to Tokyo Offroad for introducing me to Nepros tools. I got the bug and ordered a bunch of stuff and all I can say is wow! The ratchets are awesome as are the T-wrenches and everything else I bought. If you are obsessed with high quality stuff, you can't go wrong with Nepros. It's like tool porn.
    Yes, NEPROS tools really are top notch. I use my 1/4 & 1/2 ratchet handles a lot and love them. Finish is almost too good to use, but I do and they still look and function just as good as the day I bought them.

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    Default Re: Nepros Tools Wow!

    I thought Snap On tools were expensive, not compared to Nepros, wow!!
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    Default Re: Nepros Tools Wow!

    Never heard of them but they look pretty nice.

    I recently got a Wera set. Very nice stuff and some cool features.
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    Default Re: Nepros Tools Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by RCG View Post
    I thought Snap On tools were expensive, not compared to Nepros, wow!!
    I don't find much difference between Nepros and other top quality brands. Gray tools is Canadian and I'm in Canada and their tools are almost as expensive but not nearly as nice. And I ordered directly from Japan.

    Edit. But yes they are not cheap.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RCG View Post
    I thought Snap On tools were expensive, not compared to Nepros, wow!!
    Nepros is the high-end brand of KTC. Just like Lexus and Toyota.
    The quality and the price of KTC is good and high but Nepros is even better and more pricey.
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    Default Re: Nepros Tools Wow!

    Too bad I didn't see any JIS screwdrivers I could go for a set of those from these guys.
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    Default Re: Nepros Tools Wow!

    Quote Originally Posted by wfopete View Post
    Too bad I didn't see any JIS screwdrivers I could go for a set of those from these guys.
    Ya I'd like a full set of their wood handled screwdrivers. They look like good heirloom tools. I just read that Nepros produces their Phillips screwdrivers to their own design standard (neither JIS or DIN/ISO) for better ease of use. Whatever that means?

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