Rated 4.7 out of 5Â by 3
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JoeE MUTANT KANGAROO ON STEROIDS! (but in a good way)
Though the brand is Husky, this tool bag has more in common with a kangaroo. Actually, several kangaroos or one with lots of pouches.
Whatever doesn't fit one of its many pouches can go into the main bag, with plenty of room to rummage for those smaller wrenches and drivers that fall to the bottom.
A tent made from the bag's material would probably survive a hurricane, and the handles offer a comfy grip, even at full capacity.
If you're looking for an upgrade from carrying your tools in a 5-gallon tool bucket, your search has ended.
October 17, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5Â by ToddB Quick win for a specialized tool set
I'm always looking for the "perfect" carrier for various related items. When working around the house I want to be able to bring my plumbing gear in one toolbox, my electrical supplies or my electrical testers, etc.
I had my electrical stuff in a simple tote, but it was a mess and always filled with sawdust. When I saw this I knew instantly that I wanted it for this equipment.
Around the inside perimeter of the bag are a number of pockets of various sizes. I stuck my meters, clamp pickups, pulse generator, outlet tester, etc. Everything fits nicely, instead of piled in a heap.
The bag also came with some extra carriers for things like a tape measure, knife, etc. What's interesting is that they have standard belt clips on them. The bag's got special hooks that they clip to. I've never seen this before. Pretty cool idea, I guess, but a bit gimmicky. I'm not sure if I'll ever use them.
The bag's as tough as you could want and pretty roomy if you're focusing on one group of tools. Like any bag of this size, I wouldn't want to just pile in everything I think I need for any type of repair. It would be a mess.
In the middle it's open and I've got a few supplies like wire nuts, tape, etc. I like the shape of the bag, too.
October 11, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Very sturdy
Used first time working under the house. Had all of the tools I needed in one place. (plan ahead) Detachable pouches are nice. Highly recommend. Wish I had one sooner, a real keeper.
October 15, 2012