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Old 12-16-2017, 05:19 PM   #1
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I've been lugging this
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky-10...3N11/203222985
around and it works great but I'm tired of how heavy it is and I'm going to switch to a rolling tool bag that can hold more to save trips . Looking at this
https://www.amazon.com/Milwaukee-Har.../dp/B01MYZU0NQ
Or something similar. Does anyone use one of these and how is it working out for you?
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Old 12-16-2017, 05:33 PM   #2
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I used to use the husky version of that and it worked great! The handle is convenient to store a couple boxes ontop of bag.

Makes trips going in and out much easier with bulky items

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One of my guys has a DeWalt one that clicks together depending on how many various compartments you need at the site. It’s my kinda thing......but he sure likes it!
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I used to use the husky version of that and it worked great! The handle is convenient to store a couple boxes ontop of bag.

Makes trips going in and out much easier with bulky items

Texting and Driving
Ditto. The Husky is less than half the cost of that Milwaukee, too.
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Sometimes I look at the amount of tools I have and think to myself... How in the hell did I ever accomplish work before I had all this stuff....

I prefer several smaller bags, maybe divided up into tools for specific types of jobs?
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I have and continue to use the Husky rolling bag. I love the bag except when you have to drag it through the snow or up the stairs. Sure beats carrying a bag on your shoulder.
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I bought this Rigid 3 box stack a few years ago. If I have a job requiring lots of tools, it's great to wheel everything in at once.

https://www.amazon.com/RIDGID-Profes...ox+stack&psc=1
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