the strap mentioned before looks good my fear is once i purchase that ill make the tp3 as heavy as my veto xl........ ill stay away from the strap.
i realized you can see the wire strippers, i dont know how i didnt see that. another thing i left out of the pix is a handfull of wire nuts and valve caps and a few 5/16 1/4 and 3/8 self tapping screws dropped in the bottom of the bag.
Yea I went a little nuts with packing my tp3. I just wanted to make sure I could change condenser fan motors and compressors for my carry tools. For the most part I can trouble shoot 90% of HVAC units just with my 11n1 and field piece s56 meter. So if I wanted to pack light there's two tools, I could bring the Makita to pull panels quicker. :)
wish they make it a little bigger
I've had the same issue with the TP3. I've actually strapped my TP3 and MB bags together. With the TP3 an MB back strapped together, and a veto shoulder strap connected to the drings, the bag stands up when put down. Together they hold the perfect amount of tools. I've contacted Veto about some ideas and they got back to me. I'm going to be putting my input on what is need to make a great troubleshooting/Small repair bag....we shall see what happens ;)
I'm ready to see the new backpack
I have been using the tech lc for about a month and love it. I am debating on buying one of the "diagnostic" bags.
Why not just use the tried and true Leather Electrican's pouch, if you dont want to carry the main bag? Once I determined what I need to have in my LC, I seldom have to go back to the truck for tools. I can acomplish what I came to do on first try in most cases without having to "make do" with whatever is on hand. And my bag is in no way overloaded.....
Those little bags look unprofessional to me.