Back pack by toolpak for hvac
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  1. #1
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    Back pack by toolpak for hvac

    I service many roof top units and this bag does the trick me. its top quality!!!
    Its not for everyone but if you go up alot of ladders its safer and easier than a bag with a shoulder strap. I have the original pak and love it.

    Go to toolpak.com

    Its a good option the the veto bags.

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    Had one years ago and really liked it.

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    I've had bad luck with these type of bags. Number one I always tend to overload it. I prefer a smaller bag for diagnostics. After finding the problem I go back to the truck and throw any additional tools into a Klein bucket. I then will rope it up to the roof. Works nice for me.

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    First thing how can you speak on a specific tool bag if you never had the one I'm talking about! This bag is high quality and has been around for dome time. Many military technicians use this bag. Its great I have had mine for a few years. Its ideal for me since 80% of my work is commercial roof top units. Nothing gets wet in heavy rain as its water proof except zipper areas.

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    I've got one, if you don't zip it up right it will open up and dump all your tools, I use it to carry my laptop clipboard and folders when doing blower door tests.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justhowe View Post
    I've had bad luck with these type of bags. Number one I always tend to overload it. I prefer a smaller bag for diagnostics. After finding the problem I go back to the truck and throw any additional tools into a Klein bucket. I then will rope it up to the roof. Works nice for me.
    I feel the same way. I don't think I've ever taken my entire tool bag on a roof.

    glad it works for you though wpruden.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpruden View Post
    First thing how can you speak on a specific tool bag if you never had the one I'm talking about! This bag is high quality and has been around for dome time. Many military technicians use this bag. Its great I have had mine for a few years. Its ideal for me since 80% of my work is commercial roof top units. Nothing gets wet in heavy rain as its water proof except zipper areas.
    Calm down dude. Howe was just making a statement that he wasn't a fan of the backpack style. I know that I am not either. I have tried them a few times and had the same problems. I put too much stuff in them. We do mostly hospital and school/college work, so it is on roofs all summer. I don't think it is a brand thing with me, I just don't like the backpack style. Howe was just saying the same.

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    Your right, I apologize we are in this great field of ours. My bad! You guys and ladies have a Blessed Christmas and new year.

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    I have the clc back pack and it was somewhat cheap, no padding on back side, used it once, now its somewhere in my garage. I recently bought the Klein at Carrier for about $60 and its got great padding at the back part and rubber base and as usual I overload it, I can't help it, I have to take half of svc van with me even if I don't need the extra tools, I just chalk it up as exercise.

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    backpacks suuuuuuuuckkkkkkkkkkk duuuuuude.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Justhowe View Post
    I've had bad luck with these type of bags. Number one I always tend to overload it. I prefer a smaller bag for diagnostics. After finding the problem I go back to the truck and throw any additional tools into a Klein bucket. I then will rope it up to the roof. Works nice for me.
    ditto

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    Quote Originally Posted by wpruden View Post
    I service many roof top units and this bag does the trick me. its top quality!!!
    Its not for everyone but if you go up alot of ladders its safer and easier than a bag with a shoulder strap. I have the original pak and love it.

    Go to toolpak.com

    Its a good option the the veto bags.
    The new Klein backpack is a viable solution for you. You'll like it a lot more than the toolpak.

    however, that toolpak tankpack is pretty cool
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    I have the large CLC backpack (which I use everyday) and the new-ish Klein pack. They are both loads better than the Toolpak.

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