Chapman Mfg. | Enter to Win a Screwdriver Set
Chapman Manufacturing proudly manufactures their screwdriver bit sets in the USA. They were established in 1936 in the garage of Old Man Chapman on Meeting House Hill Rd in the small town of Durham, Connecticut. In 1965, Bill and Doris LeVee bought the company and moved it right around the corner to its current location on New Haven Rd. Current owner, Tracy Camassar, was selected by the LeVees to carry Chapman into the next generation.
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Tracy, Mr. Levee and Old Man Chapman, are all quality control sticklers, which explains the hundreds of glowing reviews from customers they've received over the past 80+ years attesting to the quality, durability and handiness of their tools. People use Chapman midget ratchets and insert bits to repair and service everything from firearms to appliances, computers to dental equipment, and to what was Mr. LeVee's delight, Apache helicopters!
Chapman tools and parts are American made and assembled from American made materials. While most companies ditched the American worker decades ago, Chapman has remained loyal to their employees since day one. Everything from the gear inside their famous midget ratchet, to their steel and paper brochures are all made here in America, the way it has been since 1936. They take pride in being a 3 time winner of the DEP Green Circle Awards for Green Manufacturing & Woman Owned Small Business of the Year.
We are firm believers in tools that are Made in USA - as they tend to be built with better quality and tend to last much longer. Grab one of their screw driver sets today - even Jay Leno loves them (video below).
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