This Barbara K toolkit was designed with the goal of empowering women. So now you're thinking, "Women don't need special girly tools." But Barbara K is onto something here. The tools are slightly smaller (6 inches) and lighter (7 ounces), based on the typically smaller female frame. "The smaller sizes eliminate the extra strain in the hand and wrist muscles that most women feel while using regular tools, and therefore allow for more precision and better performance. The pliers even incorporate a 'spring assist' mechanism that requires less brute force for operation." Huh.
Now that doesn't sound girly at all.