The other night I decided to look further and it works out at about one major mistake every three items. They are Americans so what do you expect?
There is another section amongst many -
Very poorly written and one wonders if they have ever actually used the tools described, Halfway down in the "Other Frequently Asked Questions" section -
Sentences describing tools start "This is a kind of ..." One wonders about their education.
"Chisel - ....They are mostly used for finishing touches for furniture and anything that looks antique." Oh really?
"Level - The level is a kind of working item that is used for determining the flatness of the surface"
Flatness? How much does that have to do with horizontal which is what they are for?
"Claw Hammer - The claw hammer is important for using and driving the proper nail for woodworking to easily drive nails." Where did the writer learn English?
“Pulling off a nail with a hammer head is easy - It’s not – you have to bend the hammer from side to side in order to give more force for the hammer to pull out the nail, in actual reality.”
What are they talking about?
"Torque wrench - This one is mostly using compressed air or pneumatic power to turn certain bolts and nuts, such as for the wheels of a car or vehicle."
All I've used were not power driven.