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Old 01-31-2010, 06:25 PM   #21
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Hey can you lock the zippers with a padlock?
Yes, with small luggage style padlocks
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Old 02-12-2010, 05:13 PM   #22
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Was thinking of purchasing the OT-LC model, but all my drivers have the 8" shafts. Can anyone tell me if they fit in the OT-LC without sticking up too far? Thanks in advance.
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Was thinking of purchasing the OT-LC model, but all my drivers have the 8" shafts. Can anyone tell me if they fit in the OT-LC without sticking up too far? Thanks in advance.
The dimensions are here on their site.

If you subtract the 5 or 6 inches from the handle, you'll still have a bit more than 1 foot to work with so you should be fine.

Plus, it's open top, you don't need to worry about zipping it up.
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Does anyone have the OT-LC? I have been looking at them as well but there isnt anywhere close that carries them and I hate to spend that much on something I can't check out.
What do you like/dislike, are the pockets set up well?
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I have the Veto OT-LC. I like it, it's a solid tool bag.

The fact is that out of all the pockets they claim it has, many of them just don't work too well, especially in conjunction with the other pockets that are too close. But there is plenty of open space room which you'll end up sticking many of your tools in.

There are 4 zipper pockets which are absolutely USELESS. They are drawn so tight that barely anything will fit in them. And if you do put something small into them like 1/8" drill bit or screw gun tip you will not be able to get your fingers in to get the stuff out.
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I managed to find one on a used website here in my town for 80 buck canadian. It is in great shape. Now did you find it hard to store your screwdrivers in it?
I found this bag was a little hard to keep all my hand tools organized?
Maybe it is me, But the pockets to put your screwdrivers in seem a little shallow.
How would you store your 8 inch robbie and flat blade??
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