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This spring I have been tackling my Entryway (check it out here). The list of To-Do’s on that project include rearranging some walls, moving doorways, electrical work, tiling, building a transom, drywall, molding and trim, and painting.
With the amount of work, going down to subfloor and studs in some areas, I needed a lot of various tools. Let’s face it, I didn’t want to go back and forth to the garage to get needed tools all of the time. However, if I keep most of the tools by the work area, messes and piles quickly get out of control. I know Husky tool organizer totes are mainly built for construction workers on the go, but they really help me corral my tools and supplies when working home renovations.
Husky makes various sizes and shapes of totes that you can pick from for your needs. I’m going to highlight a few new ones. With all of the Husky bags, I like the robust stitching and thick polyester fabric material.
My favorite feature on this bag is the large center storage for larger tools. Also in the center compartment is an elastic strap to help hold and organize tools. The center compartment stays open, because lets face it, I stuff the bags too full to zip up anyway.
There are 6 external pockets and a fairly large secondary pocket that you can put tools in or store the optional zip up hand tool organizer. The bag included ‘truck pull’ handles on the sides and reinforced edging to reduce wear.
Even though this bag is fairly compact at 19″ w, 14″ depth and 11 1/2″ height, it can hold a lot of tools if packed well.
I used this little 10″ round 19 pocket organizer extensively throughout my latest remodel. With 6 large pockets in the center, these were great for the various screws and nails that I used. The pockets around the perimeter are fantastic for a variety of screwdrivers, chisels, putty knives, pencils, wire strippers, etc.
This round tote will also fit in a 5 gallon bucket, 3-4 totes deep. It has a center loop handle and a rip cord if you want to tighten up the inner pockets. I for see using this little tote a lot, even in my garage workshop.
The Husky 16″ mobile office tote bag has some fun features that you don’t typically see. The top indents in, perfect to hold a notebook, papers or a small laptop. The indent is great for keeping your pencil from rolling off…I can’t count how many times I’ve looked for a pencil that kept rolling rolling rolling.
The mobile office has pockets galore:
- 2 large pockets
- 4 padded dividers for holding your laptop, tablet and paperwork
- 2 water bottle pockets
- 2 covered pockets
- 3 open pockets
- 1 mesh pocket
- 3 pencil slots
- external measuring tape clip for easy access
It also has dual lockable zippers to help with theft prevention…although it looks like a cooler, so they might think they are getting your lunch. 🙂
These are just 3 of the Husky tool bag types, but they have a huge variety that you can check out here.
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