Here's another vote for Sears Craftsman, and I have returned several tools that I have managed to break (abuse on my part, and I admitted it). No questions asked--they just exchanged it. But, I find that Lowes and Home Depot brands are also OK for most things, and I've purchased some small tools from Advance Auto parts
also. Even Harbor Freight cheap
stuff is fine for most work, despite what some will tell you. For example, I needed a very long breaker bar with a swivel on the end to do the brakes on my car which were frozen in place. I found a two-footer at Harbor Freight that did the trick. I won't need Big Leon very often, so any perceived lack of quality is not an issue. It is worth it to spend a bit and get better quality socket wrenches for your boat engine
from Craftsman, because strength and precision does matter there, but you can almost always buy a good set on some big sale
, which they have every week around here.