I used to really like this "STYLE" with the crimper above the joint. However I forget if it was Klein or the SK one I bought would actually start to roll over on the 14-16 which pissed me off. T&K Or something used to make a nice model of this but it was like $60.
For Stripper I do like this version and usually have both on the boat.
For little torches, I sort of switch to battery powered heat gun recently, not sure how I like it, havent used it enough. Little butane guy works fine but I have some reservations about using them sometimes.
Crimpers, I just use what ever red handled crimper I have around the house. I've never had an issue with wire pulling out, but I take my time and made sure the crimp is good. I use these for strippers. And I use an electric heat gun for shrinking the connectors. I find I burn the connector too much when I use a torch. I just try and keep it all simple.
I use an old set of Radio Shack strippers like the vise grips pictured above. They are perfect for trying to get a bunch of wires stripped with consistent bare ends. Something I've been using off the boat lately has been the Wago (and not the knock off brand) lever. 221 sample order | WAGO USA Some seem to think they meet ABYC or other standards, but not sure how I feel about them on a boat. I'm now down to heat shrink and solder or the lever nuts, including on our ATV.