Kramp Hand tools

We Keep Farmers Farming.

Made to Last

As a Farmer you have to be prepared for the unexpected all day long:  repairing machines  mending fences , sealing leaking drinking bowls and many, many more jobs around the farm. The Kramp range of universal high quality tools meet all your needs in terms of functionality, ergonomics and durability.  Kramp hand tools are made to last. Day in, day out for years to come. Think of tools like multiple socket sets, complete range of wrench sets (adjustable or fixed), pliers, hammers and screwdrivers. Tools suitable for both ‘light’ and very ‘heavy’ jobs!

Kramp tools are subject to stringent quality testing during and after production. These checks mean that you can have full confidence in the tools as they come with excellent warranty conditions. Kramp hand tools are made to last.

As a Farmer you have to be prepared for the unexpected all day long:  repairing machines  mending fences , sealing leaking drinking bowls and many, many more jobs around the farm. The Kramp range of universal high quality tools meet all your needs in terms of functionality, ergonomics and durability.  Kramp hand tools are made to last. Day in, day out for years to come. Think of tools like multiple socket sets, complete range of wrench sets (adjustable or fixed), pliers, hammers and screwdrivers. Tools suitable for both ‘light’ and very ‘heavy’ jobs!

Kramp tools are subject to stringent quality testing during and after production. These checks mean that you can have full confidence in the tools as they come with excellent warranty conditions. Kramp hand tools are made to last.

Types of hand tools

A handy tip

Kramp screwdrivers have a different color for easy identification of the pattern

Kramp screwdrivers have a different color for easy identification of the pattern

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Did you know?

  • Tool specialisation for agriculture begun around 10,000 years ago.
  • Early hand tools were made with materials like animal bones and volcanic glass.
  • The first tool ever was a stone cutter called Oldowan and it was used 2.6 million years ago for cracking nuts, chopping wood, and slicing meat.
  • Tool specialisation for agriculture begun around 10,000 years ago.
  • Early hand tools were made with materials like animal bones and volcanic glass.
  • The first tool ever was a stone cutter called Oldowan and it was used 2.6 million years ago for cracking nuts, chopping wood, and slicing meat.