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    Snap-on vs Blue point

    i have just purchased some blue-point tools, and i have been laughed at by mates for being cheap and not geting snap on. lol

    what is the difference between the two? ive heard soo many different things bout manufacturing place etc im not sure, does anyone know?

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    blue point is just a cheaper version of snap on thats all, made by snap-on, just don't have the snap-on labelling.
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    thought so, cheaper yes, but still bloody expensive lol

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    i have snap on tools an halfords tools all do the same job just the halfords stuff is a Lot cheaper

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    cant see much need for snap on if you not in the trade
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    halfords professional is what you need......cheap and cheerful (and lifetime warranty)
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    I don't think blue point carry the same warrenty as snap-on tools. All come from the same dealer though
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    blue point still come with the warranty
    you break it, they replace it

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