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I’m looking for a box that I could carry inside my Milwaukee Bag. As I have my SDS, Combi and Charger in there. This is the bag:

 

telectrix

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a 450mm length of 40mm ( or whatever 1 1/2" waste pipe is ), capped. for long SDS bits . a small biscuit tin for small bits.
 

Andy78

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Milwaukee boxed bits for me. Very tough cases.

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Get yourself a decent clip sided tupperware box for other loose bits and chuck the long bits in the bottom of the bag.
 

telectrix

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all my small bits are in a 6"x4" Bisto tin. likewise all my 3.5mm socket pins are in a Old Holborn tin.
 
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