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Durokon.com offers a wide selection of tools that I would like. Not to mention all of the uncommon tools you don't typically find in your local hardware store. There prices are incredibly low, which leads me to wonder a couple of thoughts.

Are these tools actually quality like durokon guarantees?

Where in the world are these tools made?

I actually feel guilty about purchasing tools this cheap. They have some sickles/ kamas for less than $2. How could you not feel guilty? I can only imagine what the workers were paid throughout every process of these tools (harvesting the materials, transporting, forging the metal, building the tool, stocking, transporting, supplying, etc).

I searched online for reviews and only found two reviews that were quite poor. The reason seems more like the service than the actual tools.

Anyone have any reviews on the tools themselves?

Thanks everyone,
J
 
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