The New Britain Machine Company was founded in 1887, in New Britain Connecticut as a manufacturer of hand tools. Ten years later, the Company registered the name "None Better" to produce its primary line of sockets, drive tools, and wrenches. However, the Company throughout its history was primarily a tool maker for other familiar American brands until its demise. Name brands such as Craftsman, Husky, Blackhawk, and NAPA have all been produced by New Britain. Some of those companies were actually owned by New Britain as well. You will likely find those other brands that New Britain produced than tools with the New Britain logo or None Better hand tool brand. New Britain brand tools are not affiliated with Stanley Hand Tools.
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