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London Luke

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on site i love using a semi hard "tool Bucket" to carry what i need. But now want to buy the best there is . Mine is a £10 market stall special !
any ideas ?
 
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Grae79

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thought only brickies used tool buckets.....or 'buckets of rust' as they tend to be
 
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London Luke

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Tools !!!! (the clue was in the title !!)
we only need a certain amount of tools etc per job and i find them great to use.
 

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I have a tool bag that I take every where. Has everything I need. Never seen a sparky with a bucket
 
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Grae79

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unless they've nailed a water pipe ;)
 
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London Luke

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unless he's nailed a water pipe ;)



nice !!!


these are the suckers

http://cableorganizer.com/klein-tools/tool-bags/tool-tote-bags.htm?engine=google&&s_kwcid=tool%20buckets|654948135&gclid=CPqbjYGHk5QCFQcUQgodax2Ztg


got a mate from USA visiting so he can bring one over
 
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jibspark

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combats and a hard hat seem to do fine for carrying a small amount of tools!
 
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jibtech

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sorry for this but i cant get over the fact that you said semi hard am i bad??

and i have seen these in the states good idea :D

just not sure about having all the tools on the outside depends where your working and who with i suppose
 
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lukese

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i got a FAT MAX bucket. a few of use bought them after doing a stint of second fixing for a few months, you can carry everything in it you need and more, mine cost about 30 from ebay, my trusted site for all tools!
 
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sparkyz21

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them tuff/gorilla tubs. there good. you can chuck what u need in it, whip up some bonding whatever.
 
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