Best tool bags according to redditors

We found 264 Reddit comments discussing the best tool bags. We ranked the 145 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the top 20.

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Top Reddit comments about Tool Bags:

u/LJ-Rubicon · 7 pointsr/Tools

I have the veto TP4 pro pac that I carry every day

VETO PRO PAC TP4 Technician Tool Pouch

I'll post pictures tomorrow. Remindme! 6 hours

u/rhiesa · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

That is my tool bag.

My father had it for a good many years and then he gave it to me when I entered the trades.

BIFL = leather and rivets.

u/Thomas031 · 4 pointsr/Coffee

I have a Rothco Mechanic Toolbag that I learnt about on this sub years ago. I keep an aeropress, grinder, filters, beans, scale and steel cups inside.

u/Lurkndog · 4 pointsr/BuyItForLife

That Klein bag is probably great, but really, you could make do with any regular toolbox.

If you're going to take it outside into the dirt, maybe look at something like a Bucket Boss. The plastic bottom of the bucket will do a better job of shedding dirt than any kind of fabric will.

In the long term, you will probably graduate into either a workbench, or multiple toolboxes sorted by function. For instance, I just put all my plumbing tools into a separate 16" toolbox because my old primary toolbox was getting too heavy to carry around.

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/elcheecho · 4 pointsr/guns

DEWALT Tool bag: best materials and construction for the price (really it's the best durability i've seen at any price) of $46. Plenty of room and pockets, plus everyone thinks it's just full of tools. Holds it's shape better than most range bags i've handled.

The smaller bag is even cheaper @ $30.

u/Scaraban · 4 pointsr/ITdept

I carry this monster with me about everywhere I go, every pocket filled.

u/Omap · 4 pointsr/HomeImprovement

I like the rothco bags you can get on amazon.

They're cheap, and unlike the HF "voyager" bags they are pretty well made, cotton canvas with thick zippers. I much prefer cotton, way more durable than the thin nylon and won't separate at the seams. I've been using this one for my work tools for ages and it's not ripped at all. Plus you can throw them in the wash to clean them.

u/Neophyte06 · 3 pointsr/electricians

Every local has its own tool list, but I can say with a high degree of certainty that you will never being your own power tools. I'm not 100% that Canadian locals are all like this, but I have a hard time imagining it's much different.

I can carry all my tools in something like this:

All Purpose Work Bucket Klein Tools 5109SLR

And I keep most of my tools in these:

Utility Bag, Zipper Tool Bags in Olive, Orange, Blue, Yellow, 12.5-Inch Canvas, 4 Piece Klein Tools 5140

Which keep my tools dry and protects them if my bucket tips. If I want to use it as a hoist, I can just dump my tools into a box.

Welcome to the Brotherhood 😀

u/achtagon · 3 pointsr/sysadmin

I have a bit of a 'tactical' backpack where I subdivide things into pouches like these and little zipper bags like these

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/pimaniac · 3 pointsr/Coffee

Here's my kit:

u/SpeakerToRedditors · 3 pointsr/sysadmin

I'm a huge fan of the Husky Tool bags Veto tool bag and the Kline Tools Backpack.

u/chief48750 · 3 pointsr/boardgames

This is the exact kind of thing I put together for my friend on his birthday.

My wife and I got him this bag since it would be easy to pick up and go, or stash inside another travel bag:

And filled it with

Monopoly Deal

Sushi Go


Unnatural Selection

Ogre Pocket Edition

He also got Zombie Fluxx from a friend.

u/sobusyimbored · 3 pointsr/msp

I love the Magma stuff for sitework. This is my main bag.

u/fazalmajid · 3 pointsr/Tools

This one is compact and pretty sturdy:
I use mine for T&M equipment

u/Chensky · 3 pointsr/Locksmith

I stand by this backpack, I have used and abused the fucking shit out of it for 2-3 years. I would HEAVILY RECOMMEND, getting a very good screwdriver set.

Get these pliers

These channies

Adjustable wrench


No bullshit, I use every single thing listed on a daily basis with the exception of the small screw drivers as I have Snap-On small screw drivers that are probably too $$$ for OP.

u/Zip668 · 3 pointsr/Construction very fond of this one. Great build quality.

u/scootz759 · 3 pointsr/Tools

Backpack, Electrician Tool Bag, Tradesman Pro Organizer, 39 Pockets and Molded Base Klein Tools 55421BP-14

I have one of these and really like it.

u/OnTheClock_Slackin · 3 pointsr/GrandCherokee

Here is what I use. I take my 08 WK Hemi on the beach, air down from 33 psi to about 13-15 psi. It takes about 2 minutes per tire to get back up to 33 psi when I leave.

Hose & cord is plenty long, however I bought a 6 foot hose extension just in case.

It gets hot, I bought a nice canvas bag to keep it in, I've had no issues with the heat besides accidentally touching it and getting a little burn.

Compressor -

Extension Hose -

Bag -

u/_-__---_-__-__---__- · 2 pointsr/Tools

Buy a homeowner's tool kit, and dump it into a tool bag. That should get you started.

u/sk3d · 2 pointsr/EDC

Here's all of my dirty stuff. I go to uni where (I think) I'm majoring in Mech engineering but I also enjoy money so I part time at the family farm where I drive and fix tractors, do a bunch of small jobs here and there, and redistribute vehicle parts I get from junk yards across the world via eBay.

If you're dying to know what anything is beyond my descriptions in the photos, write me a letter.

oh, and I'm also in the market for a nice tool backpack (thinking of getting this one) so if you have any recommendations, hit me up.

u/CybRdemon · 2 pointsr/msp

I haven't tried it yet but I have been looking at getting the Klein Tradesman Pro Tech Bag. I have also heard good things about the Veto Pro Pac XLT Laptop-Tool Bag but it is way more than I need.

u/goretsky · 2 pointsr/EDC

Hello Mr. Wolf(?),

I just tried putting the shoulder strap of my netbook bag through the handle to see what that was like. It was not very comfortable for me, and difficult to remove. It might be different for something with a longer strap, though. Another possibility might be to ship with two shoulder straps and do this.

The design that I've liked the best of those I've seen and used so far is where the backpack straps go into a pocket on the back when not in use. An example can be found in this bag by STM.

When they first came out, I bought a few GRID-IT pallets but did not end up using them because they were very inefficient to store things with their random arrangement of straps—it was likely playing a game of Tetris trying to figure out how to organize things. It might be different if the straps were laid out in a regular grid, though. What I was thinking along the lines of was more like the tool pockets in this or this backpack, except in a more conventional tool pallet form that could be fastened into the backpack. Oh, zippers would work as well for that, too.


Aryeh Goretsky

u/DirtFueler · 2 pointsr/aviationmaintenance

I take a tool bag in the plane and I always put the tool back in the bag and never leave them laying elsewhere. Tool inventory before going in and after leaving will help like /u/ruminatingroy said.

u/BlackLabTechs · 2 pointsr/msp
u/Lanilyn · 2 pointsr/networking

If not only looking for a backpack, this one is really nice and full of space/slots :

u/WhyYouListenToMe · 2 pointsr/toolporn

Dunno what your need is for organisation, but this bag could help. Very usefull and holds a lot of stuff like pliers and tools that take a little more space. &ref=plSrch

u/OldGreyTroll · 2 pointsr/woodworking

I just read Adam Savage’s book Every Tool’s a Hammer. It had some good insights into organizing a work space. For example, drawers are where things go to die. If you put it into a drawer, you effectively lose it. Put it out on a rack or a shelf where you can see it. He talks about “first-order retrievability” or being able to pick a tool up without moving any others. I’d been fighting with organizing my main toolbag. Whatever I needed seemed to always be at the bottom. Last weekend I moved everything out of the bag and into a 5-gal bucket organizer. I can now see all my tools. We’ll see how I like it after a few weeks of use. The major question is whether it is stable enough when I through it into the back of the car.

The other thing I’ve been doing is simplifying everything. I had a long bout of analysis paralysis about a new workbench and a router table for my garage. A month ago I threw all the fancy thoughts and designs away and spent a weekend building them out of 2x4’s and plywood. Now I have a bench that I’m working on instead of thoughts cascading through my head.

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/_Skylake_ · 2 pointsr/Tools

Depends solely on the tool. I'm not tool band loyal

These tools are the ones I carry on me and use most of the time :

T-handle hex : Klein

Nut drivers : Klein Tools 647 Cushion-Grip Nut Driver Set with 6-Inch Shanks (7-Piece)

Ratcheting wrenches : GearWrench 9509 13-Piece SAE Reversible Combination Ratcheting Wrench Set hard to beat for the price)

Screwdriver pry bar set: Mayhew 61355 Dominator Screwdriver Pry Bar Set, Curved, 3-Piece

Adjustable wrenches: Klein Tools D50710 Adjustable Wrench with Extra Capactity, 10-Inch and Knipex

Diagonal cutters: Knipex 7401200SBA 8-Inch High Leverage Diagonal Cutters

Pliers: Knipex 8701180 7-1/4-Inch Cobra Pliers

Ball peen hammer : Stanley Proto J1316AVP Antivibe Ball Pein Hammer, 16-Ounce

And I carry them all in my veto bag

Harbor freight: toolbox , punches, and allen set

u/mrtiro · 2 pointsr/EDC
u/pabloe168 · 2 pointsr/buildapcsales

Prying tools, a nice screwdriver, small spatulas a grounding bracelet and a nice case. $50? Fuck no.

this is just ok. For $60 you can get your self your last toolkit. This is the center piece the last screw driver set you will ever buy:

pry tools aren't common but they diabolically cheap:

grounding bracelets are $5 bucks across the board, and you can get a nice bag for all your tools.

If you are barely starting gearing up throw in, a wire stripper, a soldering iron with 21G solder, flux, a pump and solder remover.

Some time down the road, throw in an internet cable crimper some internet cable connectors and have the power of fixing any cable at any lan party.

Throw in a magnetic nut and bolt tray, spare 21g wire and your set for life.

If you want you can add, a small axe, flashlight, a pack of batteries, quarter bottle of vodka, and a magnesium rod. It will bring the cost to like $150 2014 dollars but this set will make you the most popular kid in the fallout and will guarantee unlimited bottle caps.

u/Slammedtgs · 2 pointsr/flying

I bought a Rothco ammo bag from Amazon and it works really well for 1 headset, logs, and iPad. I'd imagine a larger size might do the trick. I think mine was like 13 bucks when I got it.

Edit: Actually the Mechanics Bag, not Ammo Bag

u/NicktheEvil · 2 pointsr/techtheatre

Because I do different things depending on the day I've moved toward the 'go bag' idea. So I have a bag that has my sound gear, my lighting gear, my projection gear, etc. I also have my daily drive laptop/general crap bag.

After destroying a few different bags I've moved to army style bags. I use mechanic tool bags for tools and adapters and such. I carry my laptop and documents in a paratrooper style messenger bag. There is no laptop padding on the inside so I just bought a neoprene case for the laptop.

u/Desmoquattro · 2 pointsr/sewing

Youve made a parachute bag.

u/BrotherSeamus · 2 pointsr/DIY

Klein canvas bags. There are cheaper versions available on the internet. If you want to go totally nuts, check out Veto toolbags.

u/charlie_stars · 1 pointr/Firearms

You can look at alice packs or this is what i use

Custom LeatherCraft 1132 75-Pocket Tool Backpack

Or at least similar to mine

u/macncoke · 1 pointr/computertechs

It's not a box but I highly recommend this bag. It has more than enough room for tools + product/parts for most situations. I can't believe how well it's held up for me.

u/CbcITGuy · 1 pointr/computertechs

that's a pretty legit list right there. I have a trunk full of gear, probably worth almost as much as my car. I do a lot of contract work, so my list is pretty much the same just slightly beefed up.

  • I have a basic tech kit from Amazon
  • I have a buttset Sometimes reffered to as a linemans set.
  • About 10 of these Floating around my car/trunk/tool bags and person. because i like to lose things lol
  • A Basic cable tester
  • This Cable mapper
  • Coax crimper (For tv, and bnc)
  • Crimp Kit
  • I buy these Like candy, they're perfect for ISO's for giving to customers with instructions and/or iso's just perfect in general for a lot of things.
  • Stinger Flash light Serves double duty as a i'm a volunteer first and second responder
  • Cable stripper


  • I Keep at least 50 of these on hand
  • rg59 tips (CCTV BNC Tips)
  • RG6 tips (Cable TV)
  • RJ45 tips (A mason jar filled with about 60-100)
  • at minimum of box of cat5 Sometimes up to three boxes. i will have a job soon that will require six of them lol.
  • Patch Cables 3f and 5ft usually at minimum 10 of each
  • zip ties (Usually three containers of 500 of assorted sizes)
  • White 2 4 and 6 port keystone faceplates
  • White keystone blanks
  • low voltage mounting brackets
  • white 1 and 2 port surface mount boxes
  • some hdmi cables (Usually just 4 or 5 of these)
  • electrical tape (5 50' rolls of different color) for many things
  • Pull string
  • dikes (Not really but they dissappear so fast they feel like it) like These
  • I actually keep two label makers
  • Rolls of 8 inch velcro ties

    contractor things

  • Step bits
  • Paddle bits
  • Hole Saw Kit
  • Masonry bits
  • Caulk gun
  • caulk
  • grommets
  • Ladder
  • First aid kit
  • 150' Fish tape
  • An 18V Cordless DeWalt Hammer Drill
  • Regular drill bits

  • I use these to organize my laptop bag (win surface pro with usb to rj45 adapter, usb to db9 adapter, console cable, lan cable, wifi hotspot, anker battery pack, 500gb usb hard drive etc)
  • I use these bags to organize everything

    and a myriad of other small parts pertaining to surveillance system installs, and screw bits for my drill, and i even have secured walkies for when i have multiple employees on site. plus i have to admit bluetooth headsets for when i have to deal with helpdesks or tech support while i'm on site... did i mention i do a lottttt of contract work. i'm all over the place. every now and then i run into things that this kit can't handle but for the most part i come away with a rather professional look.

    sorry for formatting, i've seen plenty of these posts this is the first time i took time to actually look up evrything i've purchased.

    Edit: Some formatting. added velcro :P
u/Ritz5 · 1 pointr/HVAC

Those prices are absolutely insane.

I bought this and love it

u/lavardera · 1 pointr/Tools

Yes - I got the OT-LC which is a little smaller.

What I'd like to do eventually is dock one of their smaller totes on the end of it, so when I just need to carry off a few things I can load up the small tote and leave the full bag behind. But as much as I love these, I'll probably get a cheap small tote at home depot for 20-25$ for this.

u/drMonkeyBalls · 1 pointr/ITdept

For Tone gen, Fluke makes the gold standard. They also have a cheaper version.
You didn't mention a probe, so maybe you are looking for a cable certifier?. That's super expensive though. if you just have to test that there is continuity and not certify the cables, you can use this, or this if you want to look like a pro.

As for Screwdrivers, Wiha makes the best screw drivers, hands down. I have this set for working on electronics & laptop repair. Magnetic tool-kits are fine. This isn't the 80's anymore. There aren't too many magnetically sensitive items inside a computer anymore. especially with the advent of SSD drives.

As for a toolbox, depending the work, I prefer a tool bag or pouch.

Good luck, hope that helps. What helped for me when I started was to go to harbor freight and just get an assortment of tools. As I worked I slowly replaced the stuff I used all the time with quality gear, and didn't have to burn myself buying expensive tools and gear that I would never use.

u/e2346437 · 1 pointr/networking

My techs and I all use these

They are rugged and just the right size for our cable termination tools, screwdrivers and fluke toner/tester. They are available in different colors and there are bigger sizes.

u/korgothwashere · 1 pointr/EDC

Creator of /r/Whatsinthebag and still in dire need of a new EDC backpack.

I haven't made any final decisions on it, but I've got dozens of great options so far.

Othar than that....Oh....

  1. Nitecore MT21A Cree XP-E2 LED Flashlight

  2. HumanGear Cap

  3. Leatherman Squirt PS4 in blue

  4. Custom Leathercraft zippered clip on Poly Bags

  5. RAVPower Element 10400mAh External Battery USB charger

  6. Lightmyfire Titanium Spork

  7. Maxpedition E.D.C. Pocket Organizer

    ...just to name a few things...ya the top of my head.
u/Fewwordsbetter · 1 pointr/Tools

Good budget tool backpack

Custom LeatherCraft 1132 75-Pocket Tool Backpack

u/ArgueWithStrangers · 1 pointr/onebag

OH, yeah, these are the pouches I usually use:

I used to get them at Lowes or Home Depot, it looks like they sell similar bags under the "Husky" brand at Home Depot now. Klein makes a canvas version too.

The smaller size has my "I never want to use it" stuff (per my post) and another smaller one the snacks and stuff. A larger one has all the electrical crap, and another larger one holds toiletries. So there's 4 pouches in total, then the clothing gets jammed (rolled) into Eagle Creek Pack-It Cubes (original). That's usually 2 cubes. Regular stuff and Gym stuff. On the last trip, I went without the cubes at all, and it worked out fine. I got some of this stuff from the company that makes it. I saw them at trade show in Amsterdam last month, and they suggested I could use it as a simple means to secure clothing rolls. I tried it out, and it definitely worked, but I'm not sure how long it will last. Will give it a try for a while and see what happens.

u/Sobia6464 · 1 pointr/msp

Ended up researching into a bag and eventually found one I think will work well.

I will link to everything I've found on amazon. I have found others on our distributors website. Hopefully this will help others put together something as well!


SATA Adapter


Toner/Fox and Hound

Small LED Flashlight

Velcro Wire Ties - Zip ties are awful

Network Kit

External HDD

Analog Phone - For testing Fax Lines mainly

There's more, such as cables and things, but everyone should be OK with figuring that out for yourselves. Total the kit (with cables and stuff included) is only about $370.91 per technician.

Hope this helps someone!

u/npoa_nurse · 1 pointr/guns

i have been using these for a few years and they work great.
Mechanics Tool Bag $12.99 11'' x 7'' x 6''

Jumbo Mechanics Tool Bag / Duffle Bag $22.09 17 1/2" x 9 1/2" x 6 1/2"
Edit: to space them out

u/DmDrae · 1 pointr/audiovisual

Hey brother, congrats on getting organized! For the record, I still always carried a laptop backpack, but only because I overloaded this particular backpack as an installer and now I don't need quite the load. Wts, I've used it for 5 years now, and I love this thing. It's held up well to hard use (banks, law firms, new construction and refurbs) and thousands of miles of travel and TSA, and my own dumb mistakes.

There used to be a great Klein alternative, but my understanding is it has since been discontinued.

Milwaukee 48-22-8200 1680 Denier 35 Pocket Jobsite Backpack w/ Laptop Sleeve and Molded Plastic Base

u/pacta-sunt-servanda · 1 pointr/electricians
u/Stuffy_ · 1 pointr/techtheatre

If you only need it for tools, I got this Custom Leathercraft one and have not been disappointed. Very durable.

u/wolv · 1 pointr/boardgames

Bunch of dudes in my RPG group got these:

They're pretty awesome for dice storage, albeit a bit large. Keeps your sets separate, plus plenty of room for other stuff.

u/Etunimi · 1 pointr/amazon

I checked shipping options for this Amazon-sold toolbag and I still get both "AmazonGlobal Expedited" and "AmazonGlobal Priority" as options (plus even cheaper "Standard International" for media items) for Finland.

Which country are you in?

I'd guess (a) the carrier Amazon used for Expedited into your country (they use Landmark Global to Finland) no longer operates there, or (b) they raised their prices too much for Amazon, or (c) there is some other issue Amazon has with them, or (d) simply an issue with Amazon systems.

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:

u/evilcheerio · 1 pointr/ECE

I carry a similar tool set to you, but not nearly as many cables and connectors. I have the klein tradesman pro tech bag, which unfortunately doesn't really fit your criterea though. I can say klein bags have held up well for me though.

u/_EW_ · 1 pointr/electricians

Ideal Industries 35-975 Tuff-Tote Premium Leather Ultimate Tool Carrier with Shoulder Strap, 8" Square Base

Best thing i ever purchased for doing electric work.

u/Honest8Bob · 1 pointr/homelab

On my person.

  1. A Gerber Gerber Multi-Plier 400. (Had this for probably 10 years and saves me from having to run and get real tools unless the situation is dire)
  2. One of the key looking usb drives attached to my small carabiner alongside my work keys.

    For everything else I have this backpack.

    with a laptop, screwdrivers, pliars, console cables and such. I usually change load outs but like to keep it light. I probably dont even need to bring it back and forth but some previous thefts keep me paranoid about loosing my tools again. NEVER leave it in the car!
u/tinnergirl · 1 pointr/Tools

I have this one and really like how you can unzip it all the way open and it has lots of pockets.CLC tool bag Amazon

u/Thysmith · 1 pointr/msp

I have a Ono laptop bag and a legal box with folder separators that can organize all my cables and my equipment. This is the smallest setup I have come up with and is easy to pull out of my truck. I also have this bag for my more advanced tools and small pieces.

Custom Leathercraft Custom LeatherCraft 1529 16-Pocket, 16-Inch Center Tray Tool Bag

u/Skelshy · 1 pointr/Tools

Thanks! Interesting price range. We have...

u/TheRealLoneSurvivor · 1 pointr/HVAC

I’ve been using this for a little bit not and absolutely love it, it’s very light and the little organizer box is just the perfect size, I’ve been wanting a veto but it seems more of a plumbers bag imo

u/Mr-On · 1 pointr/onebag

Similar can be found at most Lowe's or Home Depot's

CLC Custom Leathercraft 1100 Multi-Purpose Clip-on Zippered Poly Bags, 3 Pack

u/I_am_your_prise · 1 pointr/Tools

CLC Custom Leathertcraft 1134 Carpenter's Tool Backpack, 44 Pockets, Padded Back Support

u/Melpie24 · 1 pointr/gardening

Nice gardening gloves, a bucket boss (, Garden clogs or muck boots... and definitely go online and request some seed catalogs for her... Park Seed, Burpee, etc.

u/AUT1GER · 1 pointr/BuyItForLife

I got these

They hold a variety of different things. I use the biggest one to hold documents/personal items. It holds my checkbook, some stamps, some envelopes, misc cards that I need for work. The medium sized ones holds my electronic stuff - cables, flash drives, extra batteries, battery pack. The smallest I keep snacks in - gum and mints/cough drops.

I also use this to keep documents in.

I spent less than 20 for everything, and they may not be as nice as the Tom Bihn stuff, but it is perfectly functional. I got everything for a 1/3rd of the Tom Bihn stuff. It all works great with the O-rings in the bag.

Let me know if you find any accessories that work. I am always looking at Tom Bihn alternatives.

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/BlackLagooon · 1 pointr/electricians

Super green, 0 hours IBEW Inside Wireman apprentice. This is what I've got to show up with for my first day. I have an Occidental Leather Adjust to Fit 9596 tool belt and Stronghold Light 1546 suspenders in the mail, as well as a Custom Leathercraft Tool Box , Thorogood American Heritage Emperor Toe Wedge work boots , and maxiflex cut resistant gloves . I'm still undecided as to which tester/multimeter to get. Am I good to show up to work with what I've got? Am I missing anything critical?


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u/Jataka · 1 pointr/Tools

The CLC 1132 is probably more to your budget, but it probably has more space than you'll need.

Edit: not an affiliate link, because I ain't no con artist.

u/SplatterEffect · 1 pointr/Random_Acts_Of_Amazon

2015! I am so ready and looking forword to moving into a new apartment with the love of my life and my fiance (one in the same. lol!) and also being able to do some work on my truck if this job goes threw. :D

and Im really not sure what (if I were to win) I would like, but this would be great. :)

Thanks for having the contest, and good luck to everyone!

u/therowdygent · 0 pointsr/BuyItForLife