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  1. #14
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    May 2012
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    Mayfield, KY
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    I switched from a small open top CLC bag to the Veto Tech LC. I love it! I am a roof rat and hate making trips to the truck. Yes it is a little heavier but it sits nicely on the little dolly that I use to haul my filters around. Also I have been working in the misting rain for the last two days changing out 17 hail damaged condensers, my bag is wet but my tools are staying dry. I'm sure they wouldn't be as dry in a pouring rain but, they are drier then in my open top. Two thumbs up from me!!!

  2. #15
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    Mar 2007
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    Best tool bag ever! You won't understand until you get one! Organization, never losing a tool again, never getting your tools wet in the rain again, never having your tool bag fall out of the side door of your van because you took a left turn too fast and now you have to fish your little wrenches out of the pockets in the doors with a magnet on the end of a coat hanger (or so I've heard), durability, outstanding zero down-time warranty, plus they just look cool!!! I've never gotten so many compliments and remarks on a tool bag from customers. You present yourself as a professional.
    The key to happiness is lower expectations.

    Don't pick the fly crap out of the pepper.

  3. #16
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    Nov 2007
    Location
    Mississippi
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    I use the Veto LC also. Worth every penny. Everybody at work comments on it. Yes it costs a lot of money, but so do the tools inside. I have not lost a thing (due to holy bag) since I got it. I've had mine about a year. If you are a professional, then you should have pro tools!

  4. #17
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    Can you spot Veto???

    I work on all sorts of junk, as you can see. I sometimes have to travel heavy. Veto LC keeps my stuff in it's place, and helps me keep what's left of my sanity!

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    The key to happiness is lower expectations.

    Don't pick the fly crap out of the pepper.

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