A few months ago I walked by a toolbox that belongs to one of the machinery repair guys. I noticed a nice looking industrial black pry bar in a neat slot on the side of the box. I asked if I could check it out. When I pulled it out it was indeed a nice Snap-On pry bar. I move enough heavy stuff around that I never met a prybar I didn't like. This one is heading toward being my favorite.
McMaster Carr. Price is reasonable for such a unique tool.
quite a few heads available for this wrench that extend it usefulness.
The last thing I want to share is some PPE. Personal protective equipment. In particular some super versatile gloves. These are what I would call general purpose and semi disposable. You can wear them for a few days and up to a week depending on what your doing. I discovered them when I had to drive a bucketload of bugle head deck screws. I was doing the job bare handed and my index finder and thumb were paying the price. The thread crest is sharp and when you hold the screw with your fingers to get it started it rotates slightly in your fingers. Do this a couple pounds worth of screws and you get the idea. I had an old pair lying around so I decided to try them. The first thing I noticed was I could pick individual screws out of my pouch easily. They fit tight enough that you have excellent dexterity for even small assembly tasks. They didn't wind up in the screw like some thinner gloves do. They had the right amount of grip and slip for the deck screw job.