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  1. #79
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    i had a 47 pocket CLC organizer, I thought it was too awkward to carry everywhere all the time. Then had the 20 tool pouch which was nice but then became too small, Veto Pro Pac = Happy Medium

  2. #80
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    I saw a nice Klein backpack today at a supply house that was catering BBQ and stuff. It was at an hvac supply house so it was dedicated to the hvac guys. It has a base like the veto's and I've NEVER seen that before. So cool. Guy gave me a new duct slicer, no more banging the regular flathead to startName:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1348807326.189374.jpg
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  3. #81
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    Just got me a veto xl , wow pretty impressive, they give you 30 days to return it no questions asked so I think I'm going to order the tech lc and try it before I decide for sure witch one, the tech ls comes with a free MB bag that attaches to the side witch is perfect to throw a meter and a few tools in to do diagnostics and then If you need the rest go grab them, I am very impressed with the ruggedness of the veto and how smooth the zippers are, the pockets are perfect, I have bought so many bags that looked perfect until you start loading tools and trying to find a good spot for them, not the case with the veto, I went and bought the clc 75 pocket backpack before the veto went home loaded tools, then unloaded tools and took it back and bought the veto, love it, the smaller clc backpack fit tools better than the bigger one, but it's much nicer working out of the veto

  4. #82
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    veto tech LC for diagnostic and rooftop work. and two husky bucket wrap on 5 gallon pail. one for install one for resi clean and check. and two tool box for misc. one fore refrigeration and some custom made stuff, the other one is for my salvaged parts bin and some socket set, flaring tool, purging tool, etc.
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    Have tools and gauges, will travel.

    RIDGID|YELLOW JACKET|UEI|TESTO|STANLEY|CPS|VETO| KLEIN|MILWAUKEE|MASTERCRAFT|

  5. #83
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    Been using a toolpak backpack for the last couple years. I treat it pretty rough and it's still holding up. It has a spot or holder for everything I carry. Cut the flaps out of the inside makes everything a lot more accessible.Name:  ImageUploadedByTapatalk1350009721.930728.jpg
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  6. #84
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    Ordered the tech-lc, received the LC today zzz not happy another week with this crap husky bag.

  7. #85
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    Just got my Tech-LC today. I'm happy to find out my fieldpiece psychrometer (SRH3) can fit in the pocket with the probe on it. I'm also thinking to get the STA2 for airflow measurement which basically has the same design as the SRH3, and this can also go on the other pocket. See the testo 510 finding a spot on the upper zippered pocket.

    With all these, I can have my multimeter, manometer, psychrometer and anemometer in one smallish bag, no extra cases to carry. I'll also be getting the free MB bag for extra meter storage. I think I'm gonna be happy with the veto.


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  8. #86
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    Abcando I love my srh3 I got the xl and yea it's nice to be able to put it in the bag and not have to carry the extra case, I think I might order the tech lc and see if I like it, I love the xl but am curious about the tech, I think it would be nice to just grab the mb bag to diagnose

  9. #87
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    Quote Originally Posted by hkempf View Post
    Abcando I love my srh3 I got the xl and yea it's nice to be able to put it in the bag and not have to carry the extra case, I think I might order the tech lc and see if I like it, I love the xl but am curious about the tech, I think it would be nice to just grab the mb bag to diagnose
    This is my first Veto bag and I was actually trying to decide between the Tech LC and the XLT (I like the aesthetic upgrades on these bags). When they came out with a free smaller bag offer on ebay with the Tech LC though, I jumped on it right away. Nothing beats free stuff.

    Now I'm thinking getting the Tech LC instead of the XLT was a good decision as the bag with all the tools inside feels kind of heavy already.

  10. #88
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    veto backpack

    i heard from veto today that backpack will be released around january.

  11. #89
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    I have been using the Klein backpack for about a month. Love it.
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  12. #90
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    I'm pretty sure that I will be buying a Veto sometime in the future. At the moment I'm sporting a Craftsman Professional split type bag. It works very similar to the Veto as in all of your tools stand up for easy retreival on the front half, the top row is pocketed, then there are loops to keep the center tools upright, and more pouches on the bottom. There are also 2 zip pouches on the fron flap. The back has a fairly large open area with 1 largish pocket. I keep my meters (2 Fluke,1 Amprobe, a petes port, micron guage) and wrenches there, plus a small canvas bag with extra scews, connectors, etc. It probably weighs in at around 40lbs. The price is reasonable as well at $45. 2 to 3 years is what they've been lasting for me, found one on E-bay for $40, link below.

    http://www.ebay.com/itm/Craftsman-Pr...51050436069%26

    ...Ron
    Roof Rat

  13. #91
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    I'll have to say that's a pretty neat bag.Our Sears is too small to carry much. I have not seen one of these before.

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