Here is the website, tools included. I hope, it is updated in a timely manner. We, as consumers, push the retailers for 'good deals'. But, this is not the only decisive factor, of course. Amazingly, in Germany, their tool-makers managed to survive, even though one can also buy there a lot of cheaper goods from anywhere in the world. Yet, not only they survived, the prices for premier tools from Hazet, Wiha, Wera, Felo, Stahlwille, etc. are very competetive, and item by item our best tools are way overpriced. Similar story is for machine tools from Bielomatik Leuze, Heller Maschinenfabrik, Index-Werke, Kapp, Klingelnberg, Schneeberger, etc. Looks like we miss a reasonable middle or upper middle in this market. We have cheap junk, we have expensive junk, and we have overpriced high quality lines with funny distribution models.