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I'm retiring my C.K. Magma ma2634 tool tote after many years of faithful service.ck-magma-tool-tote-w1280h1024q90i2920.jpg

So am now looking for a replacement.

Any suggestions?
 
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I have used a Facom tool bag for years now, and it is really good, it is starting to show it age, But it is now 6 years old so has done really well, FBD6FA11-21AD-4162-A5BF-D17CE311FDE3.jpeg
 

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I have used a Facom tool bag for years now, and it is really good, it is starting to show it age, But it is now 6 years old so has done really well, View attachment 53539
I have one of these and everything about it is great, apart from the side rail that snapped just out of warranty. Excellent storage space and organisation though if you're more careful with it than me.
 

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I'm retiring my C.K. Magma ma2634 tool tote after many years of faithful service.View attachment 53535

So am now looking for a replacement.

Any suggestions?
Got a virtually brand new "Stanley Far Max Bag" needs a new home foc collect only. contact via PM if you want it 1st come 1st served
 

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The open tote is off the table for me as it has been known to rain here on occasion.
The back pack looks awesome but isn't really practical for me as a day to day tool bag.
Anyone had the pro pac tech xl?
 

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