diagnostic bag pics
need to get a diagnostic bag together. what do you use. my veto is alot to carry everywhere i go.
I use the Veto TP3 when I first arrive, then if thats not enough I grab the bigger Veto.
I have my specialty tools in pouches. Every day tools i use A Bucket Buddy. It gives me a place to sit while I work.
I used to be a die-hard Veto guy.
Then I tried this bag out:
Best tool bag i've owned so far, more organized storage than you can shake a stick at. And the zippers haven't failed me yet which I can't say about any of the Veto bags i've had over the years.
man, u guys are gonna blow a disc in your lower back...my bucket is heavy enough...but what you guys carry in those bags is just asking for back trouble later on.
Last edited by glw1982; 05-23-2012 at 11:47 AM.
It is interesting that you say that. I bought that very bag last week and so far I haven't been impressed with it. I know that it can take a while to get the arrangment worked out, so I will stick with this bag for a least another month. Maybe it will grow on me by then. One question, do you use the shoulder strap that came with it ?
My diagnostic tool bag is my back pocket. I clip a hook on my belt for my drill & meter. My veto doesn't even have much stuff compared to some & weighs a ton
I just bought a Craftsman electricians bag because my LC is too heavy to tote all the time.
The TP3 looks interesting. Looks like it stands up too!!
Someone here posted about a CLC(?) bag they bought at JS and made a cpvc stand setup.
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I use the shoulder strap. It did take a bit to finally get it all squared away how I like it. It's dialed in pretty good now and I love it!
Originally Posted by va-sawyer
I use a Husky too. Similar to yours but doesnt have the fold out side. Good bag and inexpensive.
Originally Posted by Eaallred
THE VETO TP3 ALMOST LOOKS TO SMALL IM LOOKING FOR SOMETHING I CAN HOLD LIKE METER,PLIERS WRENCH AND A FEW BASICS TO COMPLETE A BASIC REFER CALL
Originally Posted by cavalieri85
i have the mb one, the zip up one, i do refer work and and get anything ill need to fit in it.
fieldpiece hs 36
11 in 1
refer wrench for opening king valves
small knipex adj. pliers
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