Top Tools 2012: Husky Pro Tool Bag

Replete with pockets, pouches, and sleeves, Husky's tote organizes frequently used tools in one portable package.

Husky Pro Tool Bag Review

Why You’ll Love It: With pouches, pockets, bays and elastic bands, the Husky tool tote provides easy-to-carry storage for the small and medium-size tools you use the most. 

The Full Scoop: Husky’s 20″ Pro Tool Bag features a series of internal pockets with elastic bands to secure tools like screwdrivers, chisels, and pliers. In addition, there are a number of exterior pouches designed for things like pencils, chalk line, and utility knife. Meanwhile, storage bays can hold bit sets, flashlights, and even small power tools.

At 20″, the Husky bag can accommodate a framing square, pry bars, and more. A convenient 16″ side pocket is perfect for a handsaw or hammer. One end of the bag features a tape measure clip and tape loop, while twin velcro straps are great for storing a 2′ level.

Constructed of high-density, water-resistant fabric, the bag’s steel handle with PVC grip pivots to either side, and Husky includes an optional padded shoulder strap.

This tote can store a lot of tools, and it only costs $40 at your local The Home Depot.


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