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edexlab

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Arms
I'd say if you can afford it , and can justify it then why not,

They're very well made and you won't regret buying good quality,

I have 2 bags MC, XL and a meter pouch
In the MC I carry tools and meters which would cost me over a grand to replace at today's prices therefore I wanted something good to put them in.

However if someone is relatively new to the Industry I'd say spend the money on good Tools and Textbooks first!
 

happyhippydad

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Esteemed
What makes them worth the price?
My mates a builder. I just went around for a cup of tea and a chat. The only thing I took with me was my new Veto Pro Pac XL which I just happened to have with me as I walked into the house. He was EXTREMELY jealous = priceless.
 

ferg

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I keep thinking maybe too...... but that's as far as I get. :)

I might be tempted to get one of the pouch thingumies to save hauling my bag everywhere.

The C.K. Magma bags are brilliant for the money.
 

FatAlan

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Trainee
The lad that does Artisan Electrics seems to be promoting them but I suspect he’s getting a few freebies for the plugging.
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I need a new tool bag. Current one is worse than my wife’s handbag for finding stuff! :eek:
 
...The C.K. Magma bags are brilliant for the money.
The trouble with those though... is they only have internal tool storage on one side of the bag. I added some loops for tools on the other side too, which has made it far more useful.
 

edexlab

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Arms
What makes them worth the price?
I used to buy a Stanley or CK bag almost yearly and found that holes appeared in the pockets ,Straps broke , cracks in the bottom and I'd lose tools occasionally, plus I always wanted a bit more organisation than these bags had.

After 5-6 years I saw a Veto bag, its owner let me have a good look at it, and I decided to give it a go.

The thing that convinced me was I was spending at least £50 a year sometimes buying 2 bags so £100 ish some years

So if the veto cost more but lasted longer than 2 or 3 then it was the same cost

I bought the XL £120.00 then
which I've had 8 -9 years now used daily for 5 years in all environments and it's a bit dusty but no rips only damage is the bottom is scratched and the shoulder strap is a bit worn otherwise it's in very good condition

In 5 years I'd have paid out between £200 and £450 on cheaper bags so I've actually saved money

I haven't really used the XL much the last 4 as I changed job and needed something smaller as the job involved overseas travel so I got an older type MC which is more compact etc and that has shown the same resistance to wear and tear etc
 

Dobes_88

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Arms
Like others went through a CK technicians bag yearly, gave the Veto Tech LC a go and haven't looked back - couldn't recommend one more!

Have had it about 4 years now and in very good condition still, having one of their TP4's (tool pouch) is also so handy when working carrying hand tools.
 
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Thanks for the replies. Just ordered one online. We will see how good they are!
 

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