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Review – Top 10 Best Tool Backpacks

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and so we reviewed the top ten selling tool backpacks to help you decide (if you haven’t already) which one is best for your in your job.

The chart below is just a summary, for more detailed reviews, click on the Brand/Model column link and it will take you to an individual review of the bag you are wanting to know more about. Each review includes pictures, videos and some input from us as well as the standout features for that particular tool backpack or tool bag (there are only two tool bags included because while they are not backpacks, they are big sellers, so we figured we might as well include them since many people are considering buying them).

Also, another thing to be aware of is that while DEWALT has several bags, they are all made by Custom LeatherCraft and are in most cases identical just a little higher price.

The table below is sort-able, so you can click the header name and the entire table will sort according to that column. So if you want to check for price, click the price header and it will re-order the column by price.

Another thing…when you go to the individual pack pages, you will see the same text at the top of each page because we don’t know if someone will come to this page first or to one of those pages first, so we wanted to include that information on each page.

Review – Custom LeatherCraft 1539 – 50 Pocket Tool Bag

You’ve got more than just one hand tool. You’ve got a cordless drill / screwdriver, and maybe an impact driver, maybe you have circular saw, or sawzall (reciprocating saw). The point being, you have multiple handheld tools and the other normal tool backpacks just aren’t big enough or you don’t want to keep each power hand tool in a specific spot, you just want to toss them in and go.

Well, then this is the type of tool bag for you.

So a tool bag is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this Custom LeatherCraft 1539 which was designed primarily for plumbers, electricians and general carpentry, though all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport multiple power hand tools while having lots of storage pockets would find this pack valuable. Think –multiple hand tools and lots of room and pockets with a shoulder strap to save your back.

So I spoke with a plumber buddy of mine and he loves this style pack because he can see anything he drops into it. Many of the backpack style packs are so deep if you drop a screw or small tool down in it, you are going to have to dump it out (not so with the CLC 1134 which zips open all the way to the bottom).  However, in general, what he said is true and it’s why he prefers the large mouth style.

This CLC 1539 is designed for:

  • Plumbers
  • Carpenters

  • Electricians
  • Installers

This beast has 50 pockets of multiple sizes, but the key feature that sets this pack apart is the LARGE center storage area & metal frame opening to keep it open. This center storage area is more than enough to hold everything you use regularly PLUS a lot of extra room for those other items, i.e., water bottle, you could even put a small cooler in this bag! If you need less space (less hand tools) fewer pockets, check out the CLC 1134 which has 48 pockets or if you need more pockets (think parts as well as tools) then you might like the CLC 1132 which has 75 pockets.


This pack holds A LOT of tools, you could easily fit 4 or more power hand tools in here plus some larger, bulky items like 18″ level/ruler, hammer(s). This pack keeps you from having to walk back to your truck 100 times in a day (exaggeration I HOPE!). I’ve heard of a smaller construction company owner buying them for his employees! The math works out well when you think about all the walking time.

It also is made of heavy duty materials to it can take a beating and keep on performing, which in this case means, NOT dropping your tools, or the zipper breaking, or straps coming loose…etc.

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Have a look at this bag live… if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth 10,000 words! Have a look below:


Check out the CLC 1539


As you can see, this bag (like the rest of the CLC line) is rugged (lots of double stitching and reinforced stress points), has 50 pockets, zippers to keep your tools from falling out, more than enough for all your non power hand tools and gizmos. Plus it has a TON OF ROOM for power hand tools!

If you need a job site pack that is rugged, can hold all your commonly used power tools and has storage pockets for smaller hand tools and devices and is priced very well, you might want to pick up this pack. My plumber buddy tried out the Husky brand pack like this one from Home Depot and said it fell apart in a few months.

It’s hard to find anything bad to say about this bag (really all the CLC stuff). They are just made well and they fulfill a very needed purpose on the job site. The only down side to this bag is it can’t be worn like the backpack style tool bag and that’s only a down side or con if you don’t carry a ton of power tools.

 

 

Review – DEWALT DGL573 Lighted Technician’s Tool Bag

If you’re a tech who carries a lot of tools and you don’t currently own a tool bag or tool backpack, you’re probably carrying around a modified luggage bag/pack/carrier with wheels (if you’re smart) or some other non-industry specific bag. If you’re ready to make your life a LOT easier and less confusing, you might want to take a look at some of the new tool bags / organizers / carriers available.

So a tool bag is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.

We’ve already reviewed the CLC 1539 tool bag and it’s an excellent buy, but before you buy anything, you have to do your due diligence and check out some of the other tool bags and make sure the hard earned money you spend will get you the most bang for the buck.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this DEWALT DGL573 which was designed primarily for Electricians, Communication Techs, though all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport multiple power hand tools or supplies while having lots of storage pockets would find this pack valuable. Think –multiple hand tools and lots of room and pockets with a shoulder strap to save your back.

This DEWALT DGL573 is designed for:

  • Electricians
  • Communications Technicians

  • Installers
  • Repair Technicians

A plumber friend of mine told me he loves this style pack because he can see anything he drops into it. Many of the backpack style packs are so deep if you drop a screw or small tool down in it, you are going to have to dump it out (not so with the CLC 1134 which zips open all the way to the bottom).  However, in general, what he said is true and it’s why he prefers the large mouth style.

Spoiler Alert!

This big boy is made by CLC and is a more like a modified CLC 1539. So really what you have to ask yourself is are you in love with the CLC colors and logo?? Because if not, with this bag you get basically the same things as the CLC 1539 but you get an LED Light to boot and save yourself about $8.00 in the process (at least at the going prices at the time of this writing).

This bag also has 41 pockets of multiple sizes (28 inside pockets, 13 outside pockets), but the key feature that sets this pack apart is the LED LIGHT that can be turned towards the tools in the bag or towards your work area. This center storage area is more than enough to hold everything you use regularly (like power hand tools) PLUS a lot of extra room for those other items, i.e., water bottle, or you could even put a small oscilloscope in this bag!


This pack holds A LOT of tools, and you can see in the dark with it! You could easily fit 4 or more power hand tools in here plus some larger, bulky items like 18″ level/ruler, hammer(s). This pack allows you the confidence to know you have everything you need without having to hike back to your work truck. I’ve heard of a smaller construction company owner buying this type of too bag for his employees! Do the math on the time cards…

It also is made of heavy duty materials to it can take a beating and keep on performing, which in this case means, NOT dropping your tools, or the zipper breaking, or straps coming loose…etc.

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Have a look at this bag live… if a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth 10,000 words! Have a look below:


Check out the DEWALT DGL573 Tech Tool Bag


As you can see, this bag is durable (lots of double stitching), has 41 pockets, zippers to keep your tools from falling out, more than enough for all your non power hand tools and gizmos. Plus it has an LED LIGHT and plenty of room for power hand tools!

If you need a job site pack that is rugged, can hold all your commonly used power tools and has storage pockets for smaller hand tools and devices and is priced very well, you might want to pick up this pack. My plumber buddy tried out the Husky brand pack like this one from Home Depot and said,”it fell apart in a few months”.

It’s hard to find anything bad to say about this bag (I mean it’s made by Custom Leather Craft  – CLC and they are fantastic). They are just made well and they fulfill a very needed purpose on the job site. The only down side to this bag is like it’s cousin the CLC 1539, it can’t be worn like the backpack style tool bag and that’s only a down side or con if you don’t carry a ton of power tools.

 

 

Review – VETO PRO PAC TECH-MCT Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (a lot of guys do) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this Veto Pro Pac TECH MCT which was designed for HVAC techs, all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This Veto Pro Pac TECH MCT is the little brother of the Pro Pac Tech Pack

This pack has 44 pockets of multiple sizes, more than enough to hold everything you use regularly. It has a super stable deck so you can stand up your pack and work from your pack without trying to get it to balance (you know you have done this!).  It has two sides basically. One side for hand tools and one side for meters and the like. It has waterproof fabric (sounds trivial until your electronic testing equipment goes for a soak). . Everything about this pack is high quality.

Besides being designed for HVAC techs, the Veto Pro Pac MCT is also used by:

  • Electricians
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks

To be honest, I’ll have to say there is nothing extraordinary about this bag except it’s quality. I mean when you compare it to some of the others in it’s class, say the CLC 1134, the Klein 5542, or even it’s direct competitor, the DEWALT DGL573 lighted tool bag, it’s main stand out feature is it’s quality. When compared directly with the DEWALT, it has backpack straps, whereas this MCT does and yet are straps worth almost $120 more?? For me personally it is not.

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Do you want to see this bag live?


Check out the VETO PRO PAC TECH-MCT


 

This is a very high quality pack and a lot of techs really like it, but when you talk to them and ask them why they like it over one of the competitors, quality is the only thing they really claim is why they bought it. So if quality is ULTRA important to you, well then maybe it’s worth it. However, for this guy, I’ll take the extra money, and by a CLC which is also very good quality (not as good as the Pro Pac MCT) and does the job just fine for me.

This pac is more for the tool bag collector who has everything… perfect gift for that guy!

 

Review – Veto Pro Pac TECH PAC Service Technician Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (a lot of guys do) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this Veto Pro Pac TECH PAC which was designed for HVAC techs, all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This Veto Pro Pac TECH PAC is probably THE BEST Tech Pack on the market today…

This ground breaking pack has 56 pockets of multiple sizes, more than enough to hold everything you use regularly. It has a super stable deck so you can stand up your pack and work from your pack without trying to get it to balance (you know you have done this!). It has waterproof fabric (sounds trivial until your electronic testing equipment goes for a soak). Has a pocket for manifold gauges and hoses. Everything about this pack is high quality.

Besides being designed for HVAC techs, the Veto Pro Pac TECH is used extensively by:

  • Electricians
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks

One of the great things about this pack is that it makes use of every square inch of space, for example, when you zip down the outer zip compartments, there is an attachment strap that allows you to use the partially opened flap as a tool table (you can see it demonstrated in the video below). It also has a nice aluminum hook at the top so if you need to hang it on a ladder or grate you can while you move up to another level or through a small opening where you couldn’t go through with your pack on and wouldn’t want to let go with even one hand. The comparable product for this pack is the CLC 1134 and while we have reviewed that pack already and it is really a great pack, this Veto Pro Pack Tech Pack is probably the only pack out there with higher quality.

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Do you want to see this bag live?


Check out the Veto Pro Pac TECH PAC


As you can see, this bag is sexy and rugged, has a pocket for all your testers, gauges, hand tools and even room for your ipad or laptop. This is the Ferrari of tool backpacks. High quality, great design, sexy good looks and very comfortable.

The bottom line with this pack when compared to others like the CLC 1134 or the Klein 5542 is the quality and the price that goes with it. If you want a pack that will last for 5 years guaranteed (it has a 5 year defect warranty that has a zero downtime guarantee –  They ship you a loaner bag while they fix yours.) then this is the pack for you.

However, if your budget just can’t squeeze it out (we all know that feeling) then the CLC 1134 or the Klein 5542 is probably your go-to pack.

 

(P.S., As always if you’re a wife, brother, friend…etc., it’s a REALLY nice gift.)

 

Review – Dead On Tools DO-DES Gear Destroyer Tech Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (NOT) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this DO DES Tech pack which was designed for all types of network techs, installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This DO DES Tech is the Network Tech or Hacker Rebel tool backpack!

This bad boy has 29 pockets of multiple sizes, more than enough to hold all your networking tools, a laptop or notebook or files.

Besides being designed for Networking Techs, the DO DES Tech Pack could also be used by:

  • HVAC techs
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance techs

A picture is worth a thousands words…

 

Do you want to see this bag live?


Dead On does not have a video of their pack, and no reviewers have done a review on it. I included it because I thought it was a cool looking pack.


I wish I had more to say about this pack, but it’s a pretty standard pack, except for the fact that is really high priced for what it is and that it has a cool skull and crossbones on it. Other than that, I’d stick with a more tried and true pack like the CLC 1134 or any of the other top 9 packs. However, if you are a hacker and the thought of conformity makes you ill, then I completely understand why you might want this pack. But c’mon, even hackers have budgets…right guys?

Cool gift for the hacker in your life (or ok, penetration tester).

 

Review – Custom Leathercraft L255 Tech Gear 53 Pocket Lighted Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (NOT) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this CLC L255 which has an LED LIGHT! and was designed for all types of electricians, installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This CLC L255 is solid pack…But wait a minute here….?? It looks exactly like the DEWALT DGL523!

SPOILER ALERT… IT IS THE EXACT SAME PACK.

Rather than write an exactly identical review for this pack, I’ll just direct you to the DEWALT DGL523 review, because other than the logo and artistic features, it is the exact same pack.  If you hover over the pictures above, you can see the price difference. CLC makes the DEWALT pack.

Besides being designed for Electricians, the CLC L255 is used heavily by:

  • HVAC techs
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks

I will put pictures below just so you can see them together.

CLC L255

DEWALT DGL523

 

 

Do you want to see this bag live?  If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth 10,000 words! Have a look below:


Check out the CLC L255 Pack

Watch and Compare…

Check out the DEWALT DGL523 Lighted Tool Backpack


As you can see, this bag is rugged, has a LOT of pockets for most techs and best of all it has a light that has three brightness and focus levels and can be turned inside the pack to see your tools or anything inside the pack.

Just as with the DEWALT DGL523, If you use a light a lot and are tired of holding it in your mouth while you work, or are always losing it, do yourself a favor and pick up this pack and call it a day and know that you spent a few bucks less than the exact same bag with a yellow logo on it (unless of course, you really like that yellow logo, then by all means, pick that one up).

 

(P.S., As always, if you’re a wife, brother, friend…etc., it’s a cool gift.)

 

Review – DEWALT DGL523 Lighted Tool Backpack – 57-Pockets

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (NOT) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

It seemed inevitable that in time the incredibly useful backpack would find it’s way into service, and or construction type environments. I mean who wants to carry a toolbox from the truck to the actual work site?? (who knows how far away you have to park at some jobs)

So a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this DEWALT DGL523 which has an LED LIGHT! and was designed for all types of electricians, installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This DEWALT DGL523 is solid pack…

This bad boy has an LED LIGHT! The light has three settings for wide field, medium or focus field. It has 48 pockets of multiple sizes on the inside and 9 pockets on the outside, more than enough to hold everything you use regularly PLUS a little extra for those other items. If you need more pockets, check out the CLC 1132 which has 75 pockets.

Spoiler Alert!

This pack is made by CLC in conjuction with DEWALT. What that means is you get the CLC quality and the DEWALT name. This pack is basically the CLC L255slightly reconfigured for DEWALT.

Besides being designed for Electricians, the DGL523 is used heavily by:

  • HVAC techs
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks

One of the great things about this pack is that it has an LED LIGHT! What?!, so you don’t have to fumble through the dark to try and find the tool you need right at that moment or try to hold a light while you manipulate a tool on a work piece in low light or darkness!

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Do you want to see this bag live?  If a picture is worth a thousand words, a video is worth 10,000 words! Have a look below:


Check out the DEWALT DGL523 Lighted Tool Backpack


As you can see, this bag is rugged, has a LOT of pockets for most techs and best of all it has a light that has three brightness and focus levels and can be turned inside the pack to see your tools or anything inside the pack.

Because this bag is pretty much the CLC L255 reconfigured, you could go read my review about the CLC L255.

If you use a light a lot and are tired of holding it in your mouth while you work, or are always losing it, do yourself a favor and pick up this pack and call it a day.

(P.S., As always, if you’re a wife, brother, friend…etc., it’s a cool gift.)

 

Review – Klein Tools 55421BP-14 Tradesman Pro Organizer Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (NOT) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

Let’s just assume you’ve already done your homework, and realize a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this Klein Tools 55421BP-14 Tradesman Pro Organizer which was designed for all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, from truck to bowels of company computer room! , etc…

This KT 55421 is designed for the Installer and Repair Tech 

This pack has 39 pockets of multiple sizes, more than enough to hold everything you use regularly. It also has a safety compartment for your safety glasses to they don’t get all scratched up (You Know what I’m talking about!).

One of the distiguishing features of this bag is not only the safety compartment, but the long pockets which are great if you have long tools. However, I have to be honest here and say so far, while the bag is sturdy, strong and has a couple of great features (the safety glasses holder or anything important. Iphone, Samsung…etc.), not really sure it justifies the ~ $30 more in cost than the CLC 1134.

Trades that would benefit from this pack:

  • HVAC techs
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks
  • Carpenters
  • Plumbers

Some of the great features of this pack:

  • Bright Orange color is easily visible
  • Padded bottom so it doesn’t slip and won’t smash your foot if you drop it.
  • Padded back, comfortable if you have to wear it a long time.
  • Padded Straps, same as above
  • Safety Case for glasses, smart phones, or anything fragile.
  • Durable, built well.
  • Made in America

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Want to check out this pack live?  Have a look below:


Check out the Klein Tradesman Pro 55421


As you can see, this bag is a very good bag. Is it good enough to justify the extra cost over the CLC 1134? I guess that’s for you to decide. For me, personally. Not so much. I feel horrible saying that, since it’s made in American and all and I am super pro-American Made… but in the end, a dollar is a dollar and I have to spend money wisely. If you own one and want to chime in below, please do.

 

(P.S. As always, if you’re a wife, brother, friend…etc., it could be a nice gift.)

 

Review – Custom LeatherCraft 1132- 75 Pocket Tool Backpack

So you’re out in the field and you use tools. You could carry a toolbox (NOT), or a gym style bag (NOT) and have back problems from lugging it around with one arm all the time, or you could check out tool backpacks.

Let’s just assume you’ve already done your homework, and realize a tool backpack is really a no-brainer, it’s more about choosing which one fits your needs best and we are doing an entire article on comparing the Top 10 Tool Backpacks which can help you decide if you don’t already know which one you want.


But for now, let’s concentrate on this CLC 1132 which was designed for all types of installers, repair technicians and really anyone who needs to transport tools while having hands free. Think — from truck to work site, from ground up a ladder, etc…

This CLC 1132 is designed for the Heavy Duty Installer and Repair Tech 

This pack has 75 pockets of multiple sizes, more than enough to hold everything you use regularly and even room for things you don’t use all the time (there are so many pockets) and the pockets work even if you have stuff in all of them. It also has 5 zippered compartments which is nice when you want to see all your stuff all at once or if you don’t you can keep some compartments zipped up.

You know how some packs have a lot of pockets but they really weren’t designed to actually be used all at the same time (or at least it seems that way). Well, this pack was definitely designed to have all the pockets used and the 14 pockets designed to hold a 14 piece wrench set is ideal for those who use tool sets that have different sizes.

Obviously you don’t have to use them for wrenches, but it’s made for that. They could be used for different size screw drivers, or all types of drivers ( you get the idea). If you don’t need as many pockets, check out the CLC 1539 which has 50 pockets or the CLC 1134 which has 48 pockets.

Besides being designed for Installers and Repair Techs, the CLC 1132 is used heavily by:

  • HVAC techs
  • Wind Turbine techs
  • Telecom techs
  • Network techs
  • Satellite techs
  • Stadium Lighting techs
  • Fire Sprinkler fitters
  • IT techs
  • Optical Fiber techs
  • Wheel Chair / Mobility Device Repair techs
  • Industrial Electricians
  • Appliance Repair techs
  • General Maintenance tecks
  • Carpenters
  • Plumbers

One of the great things about this pack is that  it has 5 compartments (with zippers) for easy access to ALL your tool ALL the time and the thing I REALLY like is that because it has the heavy duty grab straps at the top, you can leave all the compartments open and grab it quick if you just need to move quickly out of the way or to a new area of work! It also is made of heavy duty materials to it can take a beating and keep on performing, which in this case means, NOT dropping your tools, or the zipper breaking, or straps coming loose…etc.

A picture is worth a thousands words…

Want to check out this pack live?  Have a look below:


Check out the CLC 1132


As you can see, this bag is rugged (lots of double stitching and reinforced stress points), has a boatload of pockets (75 to be exact), can be moved quickly and easily with all 5 compartments open,  and best of all it is priced well below it’s closest competitor, the Veto Pro Pac TECH PAC Service Technician Bag.

 

(P.S. As always, if you’re a wife, brother, friend…etc., it’s a GREAT gift.)