Feb 16, 2013 – So I see this come up from time to time so I figured I would post some pics of some Snap-on tools and Williams tools for anyone interested. I have no issue with Williams but I am not a professional and I do not rely on these tools everyday, nor do I see a Snap on truck every week. First up is screw drivers (I …

Mar 5, 2012 – Almost a year ago, Snap-on renamed the J. H. Williams Tool Group to Snap-on Industrial Brands, affecting how their Williams, Bahco, and CDI Torque products are marketed. … And we're still not thrilled with the random licensed Snap-on tools that have appeared in recent years.

Sep 28, 2010 – These pictures I already had (sorry Elroy) so I put this together with those and cobbled it together from a couple posts from ShopNGarage//shopngarage.com/ and the now long gone GH. For the budget minded Williams is a very good alternative to SO. Williams is a subsidiary of SO with crossover …

Feb 25, 2013 – SO, I did my repair and returned it, and we started talking tools. He said snap on is way to expensive for his box and he opens up the tool box and not a thing but USA made Williams Tools. His box looked pretty darn good to me. He had everything from 1/4 to 3/4 and had a ton of specialty pullers and such …

Jun 13, 2012 – So Snap-on isn't hiding their purchases. Snap-on Industrial Brands, like virtually every other manufacturer out there, makes and sells tools under a number of names. Sometimes technology and manufacturing overlap between those brands, and sometimes they don't. Is your Williams or Bahco wrench really …

Williams is owned by Snap-on, as are other brands. BUT, there are USA made and cheaper imported Williams tools. The cheaper imported versions appear to mostly be identical to Blue Point tools, but the Williams versions are generally cheaper. Williams also has more expensive USA-made tools that are …