. A snap buckle structure of a hangtag for tools, including a base, and a snap engagement body wherein the base has an indented tool cavity with an opening end defining the front side thereof, and an engaging member protruding at both front lateral sides of the lower section thereof respectively; the present invention being characterized by that,
the engaging member being made up of a stop edge extending outwards at the top, a retaining rib with an inwardly protruded hooked end disposed at the middle section thereof, and a pair of reversed L-shaped upper and lower limiting seats extending equidistantly above and under the retaining rib thereof respectively to form a multiple of equally spaced recesses from top to bottom of the engaging member thereof;
the snap engagement body having a limiting groove disposed at the middle section thereof, an upper and a lower engaging fingers protruding symmetrically at both lateral sides thereof respectively, and a middle engaging finger with an outwardly protruded inverted hook disposed thereon extending at the upper and lower engaging fingers there-between;
in assembly, the snap engagement body is transversely guided to the engaging member of the base and pushed downwards with the inverted hook of the middle engaging finger held onto the hooked end of the retaining rib, and the upper and lower engaging fingers abutted against the upper and lower limiting seats thereof, refraining from being blocked by a tool adapted at the indented tool cavity of the base therein; besides, to retrieve the tool from the base for use, a forceps-like tool is applied to cut off the retaining rib thereof in a smooth manner, detaching the inverted hook of the snap engagement body from the hooked end of the engaging member without being interfered in operation.