I agree you should always get the best tools you can afford
I still have most of the Craftsman tools I bought for my first car in 1976, including the 200 ft-lb 1/2" drive beam-style torque wrench for putting the flywheel back on the VW engine.
Cheap tools will break when you have a difficult repair on your hands. Tools with unlimited warranty are worth the price, because you know no matter how much you abuse a wrench, if you break it, you get another one free.
Still, with something like a torque wrench, even a cheap one is better than nothing, esp working on motorcycles where most bolts screw into aluminum.