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Sparky_Ben

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What are your preferences I would just lyk to get peoples opinions on what is good I understand that a bag would be more organised but a tool box would just be easier and tbh I havnt really looked into the bags so what do you guys use? any links for good boxes or bags?
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KNIPEX

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the ck technicians back is a very popular choice, i see many ekectrcians with it.

im more a toolbox person though.
 
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Sparky_Ben

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i have been looking at the facom pro soft tote bag, think I am going to get 1 of these but I cant find any dimsensions. Can anyone help with this?
 
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RacerA3

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i have been looking at the facom pro soft tote bag, think I am going to get 1 of these but I cant find any dimsensions. Can anyone help with this?
Ill try and post a pic of mine tomorrow with tools ect in to give u an idea.
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Sparky_Ben

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ok thanks that would be helpful
 
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BigD62

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Hi
Did we get a result here ? The guys on my evening course use the CK Electrician bag which can be fitted on a belt if your up a ladder etc.
Sells on ebay for £10.99 plus postage. It realy depends on what we end up doing ie domestic or commercial sparky and how much we need to carry around. If you or any reader has a view I would appreciaite hearing before I start spending any money.
Thanks
BigD62:)
 
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Sparky_Ben

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I am going to buy the facom pro soft tote bag seems to do the job there about £50
 
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heathelect

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hiya all, ive been using a tote bag for 12 months now, theyre a great idea, pockets for screwdrivers and all your bits and pieces etc, wouldnt go back to a tool box, only problem is i still throw crap in bag, so i have to sort it regularily.
 
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KNIPEX

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Kevin

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Try B&Q, they have an Irwin tote bag, reduced from £30 to £20, barginess!!!
 
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