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    Re: Toolbag recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by Polarbear View Post
    Stanley - FatMax Tool Back Pack | Tools4Wood

    This is the one we picked.

    There are 2 models. One with telescopic handle and wheels and one without. Both have solid base so even if you accidentally put it down in a puddle, the contents won't get wet.

    The removable tool holder also makes organizing tools easier and there is plenty space inside for laptop and such. It has a sturdy backing as well so it sits comfortably against you back.

    Looks like great value in comparison.
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    Love this one. The only negative is the fabric gets dirty. You can strap vacuum or parts to the telescoping handle. Great wheels, skid plate on back for jumping curbs or going up/down steps. Been using for about 6 years now with no troubles. I carry a small "grab and run" box inside with my go to tools. Many times I'll just take that into customers especially for smaller things that don't need cleaning.


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    Re: Toolbag recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by allan View Post
    You need to inquire for that item. It would be pretty expensive being Fluke and all. Between R2500 up to R5000 would be my guess.



    The zips seems good enough on the CK bag. YKK zipper are the best but not the brand used on that bag.
    Found this on the price of that fluke bag. (Not sure if I'm allowed to post this picture so please let me know if I'm not supposed to)
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    Re: Toolbag recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by KeviM View Post
    Found this on the price of that fluke bag. (Not sure if I'm allowed to post this picture so please let me know if I'm not supposed to)
    RS is known to be expensive on loose items. Figured it would be to expensive for my liking.
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    Re: Toolbag recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by KeviM View Post
    Found this on the price of that fluke bag. (Not sure if I'm allowed to post this picture so please let me know if I'm not supposed to)
    Wow!

    That photo made my eyes water! A bit steep for a toolbag! But I guess you pay for the name!
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    Re: Toolbag recommendation

    Quote Originally Posted by Polarbear View Post
    Wow!

    That photo made my eyes water! A bit steep for a toolbag! But I guess you pay for the name!
    Hey in South Africa alot of things are OVER PRICED. Especially the good tools.

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