Mine are mixture of names. Real Channel lock pliers, A Vaco adjustable wrench,Open end wrenches are mostly PROTO (very old & very precise)& Snap On. Vaco magnetic & non magnetic nut drivers. Stanley screwdrivers. When I graduated from Appliance Trade School I got a set of Craftsman tools, wasn't very impressed & as they broke the replacements got cheaper & cheaper. But the best tool box ever made by far is the PLATT suitcase style tool box. I have owned 5 in 30 years. They last a long time & very professional looking. Well organized so easy to find tools as always in the correct slot. A heavy durable outer no mark/scratch case.(for floors etc. the case will scratch etc.)I think the outer shell is actually a Samsonite suitcase shell reinforced .(It even has a spot for the logo) Very expensive,last one was almost $200.00 without tools. If you compare with a regular case they are expensive but worth it in the long haul if staying in the trade.