Reddit Reddit reviews CLC Custom LeatherCraft 1539 Multi-Compartment 50 Pocket Tool Bag

We found 10 Reddit comments about CLC Custom LeatherCraft 1539 Multi-Compartment 50 Pocket Tool Bag. Here are the top ones, ranked by their Reddit score.

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CLC Custom LeatherCraft 1539 Multi-Compartment 50 Pocket Tool Bag
STAY ORGANIZED: This tool bag from CLC features 50 pockets to organize all of your tools and accessories.SUPPORTS LARGE HAND TOOLS: This tool bag has a large center compartment to carry multiple power tools and accessories and separate outside compartments.SPILL PROOF TOOL BAG: Zippered side panels on this heavy duty tool bag prevent spillage of tools when carrying or storing bag.QUICK ACCESS TO TOOLS: Veritcal pockets keep tools in sight on this durable tool bag.
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10 Reddit comments about CLC Custom LeatherCraft 1539 Multi-Compartment 50 Pocket Tool Bag:

u/anothergaijin · 4 pointsr/ITdept

That's pretty much my daily carry.

Some other things I'd suggest:

  • Phillips, flat and torx screw drivers or driver bits (various sizes)
  • Crossover cable (short as possible) and Female-Female RJ45 inline coupler - make any cable crossover!
  • Pocket-sized router/AP like this:
  • Velcro for cable ties
  • DVI/VGA, VGA/DVI adapters
  • Large (500gb) USB3 external drive. Got a nice one from work which I think was a Samsung - very small and fast

    My bigger toolbag has more specialised tools:

  • Network crimping tool, connector crimping tool
  • Punchdown tool
  • Basic cable tester tool, network toner and probe
  • Wire snips, wire stripper
  • Pliers, adjustable spanner, locking wrench
  • Allen wrench tools (metric, imperial and torx - Bondhus GorillaGrip brand)
  • Battery powered soldering iron, solder
  • Multimeter
  • Batteries of all sorts (AA, AAA, adapter for C, 9V, charger for AA/AAA)
  • 10M and 3M Cat6 straight cables with connectors, 10M Cat6 without connectors, box of Cat5 and Cat6A connectors and boots
  • SC-SC, LC-LC, SC-LC patch cables, SC-SC connector, LC-LC connector
  • GLC-T, GLC-SX-MM gbics
  • Very short C5, C7, C13 cables
  • 1.5M and 5M power extension cables
  • Power cord splitter (much, much better than a power board since you can always use every connector)
  • SDXC/SDHC SD, miniSD, microSD, CF USB card reader
  • "Twin" network cable and inline couplers (instructions)
  • "Multi-cable" -
  • Box of random useful screws
  • Box of M5 and M6 cage nuts, cage nut tool
  • Various tape (double sided, masking, easy remove, duct, electrical etc)
  • Non-contact infrared thermometer
u/Zip668 · 3 pointsr/Construction very fond of this one. Great build quality.

u/retrogreq · 3 pointsr/computertechs

I use one of those, plus a laptop backpack. All my tools go in the bag, and cables/velcro/cable ties go in the backpack (with the laptop). The center part of the bag is big enough to carry lots of parts (anything short of a tower, really...I've stuck a monitor in there a few times).

u/Tovath · 2 pointsr/sysadmin

I currently use this Custom Leathercraft, right now I do general on site Tech, but it works great for me. Larger items fit easily in the center.

u/Pandonetho · 1 pointr/Tools

I actually got it from Canadian Amazon.

I'm not sure who made the actual bag because I saw many tradesmen at work using it, but they're all branded Kuny, which is Canadian. Home Depot in my city doesn't seem to carry that bag anymore, so I had to resort to ordering from Amazon.

Here it is on American Amazon for Americans interested.

u/kemide · 1 pointr/msp

I have a small problem in that I like a lot of different kids of bags for various things. It's not just that either. I like a nice and well made leather messenger bag, too.

What really matters though is durability and utility. I've had a Spire Endo messenger bag that I've had for 8+ years and it still appears nearly new. I do take care of it but not much. My coworker has the same bag and the only part that's worn on his is the shoulder pad.

I've put massive weight into this thing and it holds it. It's fairly water resistant. No rips or tears. You can ride a bike with it (waist strap). It'll attach to a roller suitcase. It can hold a water bottle. You can zip things away into deep pockets that pick-pockets are unlikely to get into.

However, this is not a tool bag which is what I see a lot of people talking about. Still, I thought I'd mention it. Part of me wants a new bag but I can't justify spending more money when I have a perfectly nice and nearly new one still.

EDIT: I almost forgot, my toolbag of choice is this CLC bag with side zip open pockets. It's big though, which means heavy when loaded with tools. However, I also use a collapsable hand cart or 4 wheel dolly to get in and out of buildings when I have boxes of cable and other supplies.

u/dave2kdotorg · 1 pointr/sysadmin

I have an entire set of Paladin network tools, as well as a leatherman type of hand tool and I can honestly say I love it for the price.

As far as general hardware goes, I'd check craftsman. I have a universal screwdriver set, T4-T8 bits and such, needlenose pliers, etc all fitting in with my fluke tools in one of these bad boys: