3 Tools You Should NEVER Buy From Harbor Freight.
If you’re looking to fill up your toolbox with the most effective combination of tools that are going to get the job done and simultaneously do their best to not break the bank, a company like Harbor Freight could be a good alternative to go with for a couple of more inexpensive tool choices that might do the job just as good as their high dollar counterparts. Depending on what job you’re doing, some of the tools required can get absurdly expensive, meaning that you’re going to have to come out of pocket with lots of cash which, let’s face it, we don’t all have in abundance.
When it comes to a store like this chain, a lot of times you will hear mixed reviews and I think that it all depends on what tool, in particular, you are talking about as to the nature of the opinion. This time, we see exactly that unfolding as a little bit of a review of some of the more common tools from Harbor Freight dissects how they’ve fared over the course of a year, discussing what might be something that you’re going to want to save money on and can also rely on or potentially those that might be cheap but are still essentially throwing your money in the trash, according to this review, at least.
If you follow along with the BigKleib34 video down below, you’ll get some insight on three tools that the reviewer thinks you should look into if you’re considering buying something from Harbor Freight and an equal amount of tools that, in this situation, are ones that you might want to stay away from. This might just be one opinion but, in the long run, listening to a collection of opinions like this might just help you to decide which tools to leave at the store and just buy the more expensive version the first time.