Plumbing Zone - Professional Plumbers Forum banner
1 - 20 of 64 Posts

Registered
Plumbing
Joined
2,430 Posts
Discussion Starter · #2 · (Edited)
I like both the large and small one like these.
AWP 18" Pro Tool Tote | Water Resistant Tool Bag with Rotating Handle, Removable Shoulder Strap and 15 Tool Storage Pockets
https://a.co/d/6jUM5I0

or I should say I like the looks and the price. I have the small one already but it鈥檚 old and the inside isn鈥檛 green, it鈥檚 black and it鈥檚 hard to see stuff in the bottom without a light.
 

Registered
Joined
217 Posts
I use one bag mainly for most service and construction needs.

I also have the 18鈥 awp. It鈥檚 pretty good but it should be more like the husky and have pockets on both sides. The straps break on the awps I learned from the smaller bag, so ive supplement the swivel with a caribiner so it doesn鈥檛 let loose going down stairs. The smaller tote lasted about a year and a half.

Husky鈥檚 18鈥 tote is sturdier but twice the price.
 

Registered
Plumbing
Joined
2,430 Posts
Discussion Starter · #7 ·
I use one bag mainly for most service and construction needs.

I also have the 18鈥 awp. It鈥檚 pretty good but it should be more like the husky and have pockets on both sides. The straps break on the awps I learned from the smaller bag, so ive supplement the swivel with a caribiner so it doesn鈥檛 let loose going down stairs. The smaller tote lasted about a year and a half.

Husky鈥檚 18鈥 tote is sturdier but twice the price.
I find that the main reason I get new bags is that they start to look like crap.

I like to present a clean overall appearance and that includes the tools and bags I take into some but not all homes. Some jobs it doesn鈥檛 matter.

Im considering have two complete tool bags.
 

Registered
RETIRED Pornstar, Service Plumber
Joined
9,142 Posts
I use a modified Graintex bag. I added outside end pockets and a shoulder strap. I have 4 of them and they are great. A couple of them had some manufacturing quality issues with a few of the stitches. This doesn't bother me because they are so cheap and I am already stitching things to them. For less than 40$ they are better than a 150$ Klein bag. My current work bag has seen daily use for 3 years with no issues. I have pics on another thread.


Graintex CB1154 18-Inch Mason's Canvas Tool Bag https://a.co/d/eqyUUjL
 
  • Like
Reactions: MACPLUMB777

I Like Tater Tots
Plumber since 1979. 42 years and still rollin'
Joined
1,317 Posts
Veto
 

I aint CPV see in it?
Plumbing
Joined
6,266 Posts
That鈥檚 what my step sis says.

Im watching Ancient Aliens On History channel. You should check it out
I love that sh!t. The annaknauki dude. And don鈥檛 even get me started on the pyramids and their precise locations that is the exact speed of light.
 

Premium Member
Joined
606 Posts
Kobalt tote. Some or all of you may be laughing. 16-ish bye eight-ish inside, flat bottom, slots and pockets inside and out. Started as a three compartment inside, folded the dividers back and got one big hole for parts and trash and two extra hard pockets.
Shockingly well-built, handle folds clear. One big drawback is that the tools on the outside snag pulling it in and out of the van if I'm not careful.
Water heater service tools fit in a 10 inch ditty.
 
1 - 20 of 64 Posts
Top