t’s a tool that’s designed well for everyone and so meets the needs of a broader audience.
The World is Designed for Men
Kat Ely

I wonder if Makita tools are better for women not out of any conscious effort on the company’s part to do so, but because as a Japanese company, their own bias is toward a population with overall smaller dimensions than a European or American male? Whereas the other example — Ridgid — is an American tool company, designing tools for a largely male, US customer base.

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