Good tools are hard to find. Well, not really, but good tools are reeealllly expensive. About 12 years ago, when my wife and I were first married, I found a set of Crescent brand tools at Sams club on the clearance rack. Keep in mind, we were both poor starving students, one about to start student teaching and the other about to have a baby (can you figure out which was me?!). We talked about it and ended up "investing" in the set, which had your basic 3 ratchets, matching metric and standard sockets, a couple of wrenches, some allen wrenches, smaller bits and accompanying driver, and 4 screw drivers.
Fast forward 12 years. They've been used and abused, and it shows. This poor screwdriver couldn't take it anymore, and today gave its life while tightening a stunt peg on my son's new bicycle. You can tell just by looking at the handle what kind of life its had. I don't even remember when it lost part of its "tooth"- think it was maybe 3 years ago. Still worked great
I can't tell you how many things this screwdriver has fixed over the years. Maybe I should cut into the handle and see if I cant weld it back together. Course, that would void the warranty. Wonder how I go about collecting on that!?