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jamesf

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Whats the best Tool Bag to get? To keep all my screwdrivers in maybe the odd metre etc.

Girlfriend is nagging what she can buy me so....

Come on guys please help :).

Do i ask for a briefcase type or a bag type?


Thanks In Advance


James
 
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Jono Pashley

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i use a CK Technician's Case for drivers/snips/small meters keeps everything tidy looks professional, cant knock it for the prices they can be picked up for either.
 
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OilBeDamned

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Plano technicians rucksack are superb, can even fit a full size hacksaw in it.
 
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Sparky_Ben

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just reading throught this thread so do you guys not use just an ordinary toolbox?
 
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jamesf

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Thanks Guys, i think ive decide and going to go for ...

Technicians Tool Case

Nice and cheap too, and does look the part. Tool Boxes are good but very untidy
 
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eskimo39

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Get a Facom Pro Soft Tote Bag. Approx £45. Looks great, holds loads of gear and I have had mine 2 years with no problems at all.
 
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Sparky_Ben

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where do you buy the facom pro soft tote bag from, I can only find them online?
 
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KNIPEX

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anyone got a link for these facom tote bag, would like to see what they look like.

cheers
 
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eskimo39

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Get one bought. You will not regret it.

I had a problem with my Facom drivers so purchased a set of Irazola's without thinking anything could be done with the Facoms. However I sent off an email and 3 days later recieved replacement drivers from them with an appology.
 
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Sparky_Ben

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yes I will. well thats alright I am actually going to be buying irazolas aswell then. Where did you buy it from online?
 
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