Rated 4.4 out of 5Â by 17
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by CoquitlamCarl Great for the homeowner!
Good solid construction. If you need to close it up, you lose some of the depth. I will buy another Husky tool bag for all my screwdrivers!
November 26, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by BIGAL415 Great Bag
This tool bag is great. I have 75 pounds of hand and cordless tools in it and it carries them no problem.
May 27, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Bill Handy
The bag is very handy. Nicely designed and made very well. This will handle all the tools I like to carry very well.
January 13, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by Phone Great bag for the money. Will carry your heavy tools without a problem.
I've been using this bag for 3 1/2 years, 6 days a week in a factory. The bag is very dirty and has a few holes in the bottom of the outside pockets where my screwdrivers are. I'm a mechanic/ machine repairman and there's a set of wrenches hammers, and socket sets among other steel tools. I wasn't sure if the shoulder strap would hold up to the weight, but it has. I'm going to buy another to replace this one. My only wish would be for a special area exclusively for screwdrivers to keep from working a hole in the bottom of the outside pockets. I'm very happy with this bag and have gotten positive feedback from other maintenance men about it.
November 9, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0Â by chop883 Best Tool Bags are Husky
Husky absolutely owns the tool bag market. We have Home Depot, Lowes, and Menards in our town, as well as others such as TSC, and I travel and frequent the tool stores. No one can touch the quality, and affordability of Husky tool bags. I also have Snap On and Mac Tools tool bags and they are a total joke - garbage - and twice the price. I have 3 of these 18" bags that live in my truck all the time. One for general hand tools, one for power tools and batteries, and another for about 100 lbs of ratchet straps, battery cables, ball mount for my receiver, and anything else I can possibly stuff in it. I can't believe the handles don't rip off it because it feels like my arms might when I carry them, but they are unbelievably tough and don't even flinch. I also use the 12" and 15" bags for other things. I used to buy all our tool bags off the snap on truck, but then I discovered that these husky bags are 10 times better than those at 1/8 of the price. It is a no brainer. Thanks also to home depot for offering so many variations. I use the 12" as my bare bones kit to take in our Polaris Rzr in the sand dunes and trail riding. I use the 15" to just throw anything else I need out of my main tool box when I travel as a supplemental tool bag. And then I have these three 18". All of them are just exceptional. I really can not believe how well made they are for the price. This is the only brand of tool bag to buy. You will likely be disappointed with any other. They offer two different types of bags - the Red ones are general bags and have an open area in them to just pile stuff in. The Black ones are more expensive and seem to be the premium version. They have lots of dividers, loops, and pockets. I do not use the black premium bags because they are heavier and I want to keep the tools and the bag as light as possible since I am putting so much stuff in them. I also do not use the black bags because I need more open space for hand tools and kits, I already have most of my tools sorted in sub-bags and wrench rolls, so I do not use the loops and pockets as much as others. Both are exceptional quality, It is just personal preference. The Red bags suit me perfectly, and still have plenty of pockets for flashlights, screwdrivers, and blades, both inside and out. Go buy all the sizes - I guarantee you will find uses for them.
March 1, 2014