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    Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    I used to carry around a big tool box around with me with everything in it but I really don't need to carry everything anymore at my current position so I've been looking around for some kind of messenger bag for tools or just something with a strap to sling over my shoulder that can carry the basic tools and has pouches on the inside to help organize things. I haven't really found anything that's quite perfect yet so if anybody has what they think might be what I looking for and could provide a link, I'd appreciate it. Thanks in advance!

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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    I searched for a small case for printer calls and ended up with a Platt 602ZT. Pricey, but well made.


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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    i can recommend Parat.

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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    A previous tool case post.

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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    https://www.amazon.com/Custom-Leathe...s=clc+backpack

    This is what I use. https://amzn.com/B0047O3PFC

    Works pretty good. Just doesn't have much room for spare parts. But that hasn't been a problem in the about six months I've used it.


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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    Not the cheapest, but I have yet to find a better bag for my purposes: https://www.vetopropac.com/product/tech-pac


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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    I'm one of those techs that carries everything. If you want lighter, you can skip the 8", 9" or 10" Platt cases. It starts out heavy, then the longer you carry it it just gets heavier. =^..^=

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    Re: Could I get some tool bag recommendations?

    Quote Originally Posted by CraigW View Post
    I searched for a small case for printer calls and ended up with a Platt 602ZT. Pricey, but well made.
    Yeah just a little outside my price range but it's still something to consider. Thanks for the suggestion!

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilleputte View Post
    i can recommend Parat.

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    I had a similar case before. Looking to go a little smaller but I definitely enjoyed carrying around a tool case like that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NeoMatrix View Post
    A previous tool case post.

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    From like 7 years ago. You have a good memory! haha Thanks! I'll peruse that shortly.

    Quote Originally Posted by sturmtrooper View Post
    https://www.amazon.com/Custom-Leathe...s=clc+backpack

    This is what I use. https://amzn.com/B0047O3PFC

    Works pretty good. Just doesn't have much room for spare parts. But that hasn't been a problem in the about six months I've used it.
    Thanks for the suggestion!

    Quote Originally Posted by 907tec View Post
    Not the cheapest, but I have yet to find a better bag for my purposes: https://www.vetopropac.com/product/tech-pac
    That does look cool but it way too pricey for me to consider. Thanks for the suggestion though!

    Quote Originally Posted by blackcat4866 View Post
    I'm one of those techs that carries everything. If you want lighter, you can skip the 8", 9" or 10" Platt cases. It starts out heavy, then the longer you carry it it just gets heavier. =^..^=
    So was I but now that my job doesn't require me to really do much fixing of things I don't really need everything anymore. My old case was pretty heavy but I managed. Now carrying that around would just be a waste of energy.

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