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 Post subject: Dewalt tool bags
PostPosted: Tue Jun 26, 2007 9:52 pm 
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I've got 3 dewalt bags similar to these :oops: http://www.dewalt.com/us/products/acces ... ctID=10791 that are very tough , I keep a tote tray in the bottom of 2 of them. there is a large internal pocket for batteries, bit boxs & the like, as well as 12 external pockets (not 11) ideal for guages , gloves, glasses, pens,pencils, meters, rules.. the handles are robust but they may cut in if you carry them round Tescos: all in all recommended
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I got two bags, one came with my 7 peice set, which I keep everything in but the drill, torch & jigsaw.

I also got one to put the mains powered 9" disc cutter in!

Think Dewalt should sponsor me, as have so much of their stuff! :)


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I have the dewalt 5 piece kit and it came in a long suitcase, which is a pain in the butt to take anywhere. I think I will go and see if I can get a couple of bags from ebay :wink:

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I will have to check those bags out the next time I go to the store. Wonder how much they will cost.


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They are expensive but good quality.

£40+


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i have the small one and keep all my hand tools id use for 2nd fix work like, chisels, planes, screwdrivers etc and and it cost me £30 but worth it imo.
also got a cheap wickes bag with adjustables, speed square, strings lines, chalk line etc in for the tools i dont use everyday


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I can recommend a black marker to make the DEWALT disappear :lol:


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you still got that pen? :lol: :lol:

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I will have to check those bags out the next time I go to the store. Wonder how much they will cost.


b and q have the open tote dewalt work bags on offer at the momoent £20 quid. bargain


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