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Free tool pouch by redemption

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Free tool pouch by redemption

  Check out details for the 2020 Veto Pro Pac promo below. More details and claim forms here: https://vetopropac.com/springpromo2020/

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Veto Pro Pac LC Load Test

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Check out this video of a Veto Pro Pac LC toolbag being load tested, the handle finally gives up at 750kg's, Its safe to say that your arms will give out well before the tool bag!  Although the bags come with a 5 year warranty we do not recommend carrying out this test! If you want to see more of the LC we recommend checking out the links below. Its also worth noting that the tool bag being tested is currently the best bang for the buck option in the Veto line up, you can purchase any of these bags...

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Do I need a TP4 Tool Pouch?

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Hell yeah you do!   The TP4 is a clip-on diagnostics bag designed to hold a meter and a variety of tools. When not in use it can clip onto any model Veto tool bag’s tape clip or D-Rings. It features 20 pockets of various sizes including bit pockets, vertical long shank pockets, a detachable rubber handle and other features that will accommodate the most commonly used tools to diagnose and repair problems on service calls. So it clips to the end of any full size Veto bag? Sure does,   And I can use it on my belt? Yep,...

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Bags in action 4

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We put together these posts every so often using pictures from all over the world, many different trades are represented. Hopefully they will give you guys some ideas and inspirations for your own setups.

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Which is the best tool bag for you?

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Three of the main factors to consider when selecting a tool bag: -Weight -Size -layout Weight Empty weight for Veto pro pac tool bags ranges from 3.5kg to 6kg, this is a significant difference however the tools you carry in the bag will have a far greater impact on the final “loaded” weight. We typically recommend going with the smallest bag that you can comfortably carry your core tools in, one issue with the larger bags can be that they are far too easy to overload with excess tools which can make them cumbersome. Although if you work in an...

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