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  1. #157
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    Its an awesome tool bag, almost couldn't imagine using anything else!

  2. #158
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    How are the zippers on these bags? Had a CLC bag that I enjoyed using but the zipper gave out after 9+ months, due to over stuffing the pack.

    Edit: Been using an open top ever since and would really like to get back into a closed pack.

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    Zippers are working fine on both of my bags.


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  4. #160
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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Zippers are working fine on both of my bags.


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    If that's the case I'm excited to get into one of these packs. Thanks for the info.

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    Quote Originally Posted by R&J-R View Post
    How are the zippers on these bags? Had a CLC bag that I enjoyed using but the zipper gave out after 9+ months, due to over stuffing the pack.

    Edit: Been using an open top ever since and would really like to get back into a closed pack.
    #1. Don't overstuff the bag.

    #2. A little silicone spray on the zips goes a long way to keep them operating smoothly

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    Thanks for tip 2

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    Quote Originally Posted by R&J-R View Post
    How are the zippers on these bags? Had a CLC bag that I enjoyed using but the zipper gave out after 9+ months, due to over stuffing the pack.

    Edit: Been using an open top ever since and would really like to get back into a closed pack.
    My Veto LC's zippers both took a dump on me after 4 years. They no longer engage the "treads" so I use them like "pins" to keep the bag sort of closed.

    I did not over stuff the bag, nor did I abuse it. Just normal wear and tear. Nothing lasts forever, not even a Veto.

    I almost bought another LC today, until I saw on the little tag on the bag at the store about the Tech LC. But really why is the Tech bag $20 more than the regular LC??? They took out features of the regular LC, and added a few new extras. In my mind they should be the same price.

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    Love my xl. A little heavy though. It takes a pretty good beating. Hope it gives me a few years of service.
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  9. #165
    Just got this bag last week. Best tool bag I have owned hands down. No way not to be organized

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    Just got this for my brother in law for helping me with the electric for my kitchen remodel. He was happy !
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    are the veto bags heavy when full? I used to use a big 43-tool holding case from CLC that was open topped, it was nice to have every single tool with me but lugging that around was kind of klunky and a pain to carry up in to an attic, i switched to a clc zipper tote that only holds about 15 tools so i have my bare minimum with me at all times, but i want something that holds more but also isn't something that is a pain to climb in attics with. I was looking at a klein one that home depot has that holds about 20 tools and a big middle part to throw other stuff in too

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    Quote Originally Posted by rufus819 View Post
    are the veto bags heavy when full? I used to use a big 43-tool holding case from CLC that was open topped, it was nice to have every single tool with me but lugging that around was kind of klunky and a pain to carry up in to an attic, i switched to a clc zipper tote that only holds about 15 tools so i have my bare minimum with me at all times, but i want something that holds more but also isn't something that is a pain to climb in attics with. I was looking at a klein one that home depot has that holds about 20 tools and a big middle part to throw other stuff in too
    I went with Veto's LC bag for exactly that reason. Recently I purchased one of their new bags, the MB for strictly quick diagnostic trips.
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  13. #169
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    is the LC a pain to carry in to attics? This one hardware store near me sells the LC and the laptop bag and they're nice, but i can already see them being heavy to carry around

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