Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by LoneWolf Great Tool Bag for Field Service Work
This bag wastes a lot of valuable space for file/folders pockets(I have a notebook case for those) but if you buy the Husky Bucket Jockey and cutaway the inside section then cut it half you can screw these over the file/folders pockets to add a lot more place to insert tools(see attached photos)
September 19, 2013
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Jase This Bag Misses Every Opportunity
I own all of the Husky tool bags from Home Depot and this is one of the worst in terms of usability. To start with, pick the bag up empty at the store: it's a workout. Add tools to this bag and it is extremely heavy. Which wouldn't be an issue if it weren't for the messed up design. In the photos, you are promised two sides that open graciously for you to reach your highly organized tech tools. You are promised tool slots that will handle all of your specific devices/hand tools--all with super easy access.
This is a complete lie. The sides barely open at all making anything you store in them essentially useless. The slots were not well thought out at all. They are not adjustable or elastic and they are too big to hold tools like driver sets and too small to hold multimeters or other electronics. In fact, I had nothing to fit in these side panels except my paperwork.
Which leaves me bag where I started: chucking everything in the main container and having to sort through tons of tools on the jobsite. Even the minimal tool slots in the main container are designed poorly and too rigid to actually hold anything. And though the zippered main pouch seems like it would be a good idea, the fact is that that rigid structure of the mouth keeps it from staying open. You have to wedge a tool in horizontally to get it to stay open for you. And trying to get it to zipper shut when you have all of your tools in the main compartment...not easy.
At least the huge shoulder strap is included. Oh, but wait, the way it connects (not ways it connects, but the single useless WAY that it connects) makes it even more difficult to reach anything if you have this heavy bag hanging from your shoulder. I have given it a couple of months to see if I could find peace with any of its features and the fact of the matter is that this is an over-engineered, over-produced, over-weight waste of time. If they spent 1/3 as much time talking to customers in the field as they do making sure that their bags look pretty in red and black, they could probably really come up with something great. But just know this is not it.
November 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Goodtimebyall Close
It is billed as a "Total Tech" bag. The reason I say “Close” is that it needs just a little more room, and some of the compartment need to be customizable. At 18 inches long, it is long enough. But it is just that much to narrow.
So I use the side compartments for the test equipment and laptop, as well as, paper and diagrams etc. Well, the side compartment are just that much two small. Also both of the side compartments have holders for tools. Huh? It would have been nice if I could have removed some of these holders. One side fine, but both? I can get my laptop in, but I have play with it to get it clear of the tool holders as well as the PS that goes with it. Also I have to completely open the compartment to get it back out, again because it hangs on the sides.. Same for cables and other things that I would place in this compartment. Because sometimes I do not need the tools in the center.
Middle compartment also needs just a little space. I install and test fiber optic systems. And the center is just 1 inch too narrow for the boxes that I use to protect fibers that I need for my job. I even went back and looked at another bag, because of this, but it did not have any side compartments. (Yes I complain about them, but they are useable, but still they are a little small.)
So while I gave it better than average on Quality and Value, I cannot give it better than average overall.
Because if I find a better bag I will drop this one for it.
May 13, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by SdotBdot End compartments?
Got this to replace a tactical bag which didn't hold up with tools in it, but I liked its compartments for separating things. This tech bag has similar enough compartments and will hold up, but one thing that's missing are end compartments, so I attached an mp4290 bag to each end (just happened to have those laying around). Now it's good to go.
October 22, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by GU Tool bag to carry everything!
Great tool bag with lots of places for many gadgets.
October 6, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tony too many small conpartment, need bigger compartmenrs
Good product, too many smaller compartments need some bigger compartments in side bag.
February 18, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ROCCO Strong & Durable
This Bag was what I was looking for! One with a strong sturdy bottom. because the last bag I had the tools I would carry in it tore out the bottom, when I came across this husky bag it was the bag for me, Iyes I would recommend this bag tl any one that's looking for a strong tool carrying bag.
June 30, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Eric great bag.
I am a forklift technician, and this bag pretty much carries everything i need for about any job. I do wish it had more pockets on the ends for a meter or small case of screw driver bits. the folder sides hold my metric wrenches on one side and standard on the other. I do wish the center compartment was wider to hold more socket cases and impacts. but other than that this bag is a great bag.
February 15, 2014