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Any of you guys use these and if you do wich is the best :confused:
 
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makita, red one, with everything on it bought indivdually, i use it instead of bringing in my tool box, not many people like to used em, but i liek working from them. but theres sumit inbetween a toolbox n belt, and thats one of those boxes with no lid, and just a handle on them, open.
 
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I got a cheap rolson one off the market for £5. had it a while and its still good.
 
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Yep I have the same as Luke a Makita one, which I have had for about 4 years. Very handy for your tools and bits when your up your steps!
 
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