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Electrical test equipment bag/case/ whatever.

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La Poste

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Greetings one and all.

I have quite a few pieces of test equipment now with various associated leads and I want to put them all in one carry all case.

Has anyone any recommendations for cases to carry test equipment, what do you use yourselves?

Thanks.
 

Murdoch

Electrician's Arms
Would you really want them in one big case?

I've got my MFT in a drop proof case and the rest in a rucksack. My reasoning is that the MFT is used the most by a long way, but the rest need to be easily portable when I need them.
 

telectrix

Scouser and Proud of It
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aluminium camera case for mine. Megger 1552, Megger BM401, and loads of leads, crocs etc.
 

La Poste

Electrician's Arms
Thanks for the replies.

I think I will use a laptop bag for my MFT 1552 and keep the rest of my test gear in a separate container.
 

mogga

Just me
Electrician's Arms
Ikea do a 2 part rucksack,daysack thingy BIG bit for leads ect ect ect n books small bit for most used leads n MFT sorted
 

jase

Electrician's Arms
My old man is well into his photgrapghy and is always buying bags to carry his gear around in, they are all compartmental and padded with various pockets and stuff, might be worth checking out on google on flebay
 

supasparxs

Electrician's Arms
Would you really want them in one big case?

I've got my MFT in a drop proof case and the rest in a rucksack. My reasoning is that the MFT is used the most by a long way, but the rest need to be easily portable when I need them.
my test kit is Fluke, and the yellow case is great
 
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