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  1. #1
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    New VETO TEC-PAC Backpack Coming Soon

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    That looks nice. When are they going to be available?

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    Any pics of the inside?
    # of pockes?
    Weight?

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    I don't have any other info on it except they are gonna have it at AHR, and that a laptop will fit inside.

  5. #5
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    Doesn't look very comfortable when climbing up a ladder. But that's just my first impression, I am sure I will be purchasing it.


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    I've been debating on getting a backpack tool bag for a while>, I'm rarely on ladders but since my car $*** the bed I've been taking the the train to work the last month or so. Nothing like carrying a fully loaded tool bag, a set of guages around my neck and a makita drill bag a mile to the train station, then about a half mile to the office lol

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    How about getting a red wagon to carry your gear!


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    My first thoughts are it looks far too wide... also I guess there is a strap at the top to keep the pac level on you back. Looks like that will have to be unlatched to open the bag.. Ill wait for some real pics of it but I think I may be sticking with the LC...
    Gotta have the right tool for the job!

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    If its as large as the CLC i'll have to pass and my using LC, OT-Xl and TP3/MB

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    Veto's are not made in the USA


    looks good on paper. am sure it's hardly functional.

    couldn't give me one to use.
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    Looks heavy already . .

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    Quote Originally Posted by beachtech View Post
    Veto's are not made in the USA


    looks good on paper. am sure it's hardly functional.

    couldn't give me one to use.
    Yes, it is quite depressing. I wonder what the cost would be if they were made here...

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    Injection/blow moulding. Lets get at least 250-300 is my bet if not more. Unless you see another product on the market that uses that same bottom.
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