HUSKY 15 in. Tote with Handle

I’ll be honest, I never really cared too much about tote/carry/cases of any sorts, until I got my hands on the new Husky 15 inch Tote with handle, and here’s why.

I’ve had 3 other totes before this one and let me explain what I love about THIS particular one.


Right out of the gates, my favorite part it that it’s an upright, self-holding form bag. What I mean by this is that its not a soft bag, it’s rigid and that means plenty of exposed space. No more fiddling around trying to find the right tool. From now on, if you don’t see it in the first few seconds, chances are, its not in the bag.

Number two: because its so upright, I don’t have to waste space throwing my impact drivers /drills when it comes to utilizing the storage with this bag. Because the front and backs are so rigid, I can now use those features to hang my drills and impact drivers using the belt clip feature of the drills. I LOOOVE this part.

So the overall idea/purpose for this tote is to basically have a “Go Bag”. Between home improvement projects and my wive’s interior design business. I like having a bag that has 90% of the tools needed to handle any job.

And lastly, I love that the handle is a real metal bar to carry your tools without having a saggy tool bag. instead, its an upright bag and your tools are in the same exact place you left them before you ever decided to pick up your bag.

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