I can put it a lot more simply. You want the blue RG (58/6) crimper that works like a hand stapler. It is sold by Datashark in the US and is VERY affordable. It comes in a clamshell (see-through plastic) pack and the cardboard behind it is blue and yellow, very visible. Home Depot carries it I think. It only makes F connectors (i.e. RG), but really that's all you'll ever use. BNC connectors (the other kind of things that are commonly crimped) aren't really used in any home situation.
For a stripper, the ones pictured that are blue are just okay. It is a single-action stripper, so you have to strip each end twice, once for the sheath, once to expose the center conductor.
You want the blue plastic one that has a ring on the end where you put your finger in. It also has a black block you can take out and flip around to do RG 58/6/etc. It does an end in one pass. I believe this is also available at Home Depot. One good thing about it is that you rarely need to adjust it when changing cable. There is a black plastic fully adjustable double-action stripper that is commonly found (you can recognize it because you the printed name (58 or 6) through a little circular window as you adjust it) and it would appear to be a premium product. It's not. It is difficult to adjust correctly and it is common to have to readjust it when changing to other cables that are even slightly different.
All these strippers have a small blade they want you to use to actually cut cable (i.e. before crimping). To be honest, none of them really fill the bill. You're going to need a good pair of steel dikes if you want to make more than a few cuts. This is also good because the blades these strippers have are not rated to cut CCS (steel conductor) cable (which is common), and will dull and deform very quickly if you do so. This is not an issue when just stripping, as a stripper doesn't cut the center conductor back.
Unless you live near a strong radio transmitter or are running very long cables (over 200'), you don't really need quad shield. I often use it anyway, if I can find it.