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Husky 3-Bag Combo: (15" Tool Tote, 12" Tool Bag, 20" Duffle) EXPIRED

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Home Depot.com has Husky 3-Bag Combo on sale for $24.88. Select Free Store Pickup where stock permits, otherwise shipping is free on orders $45+. Thanks gbcue

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  • 15" Tool Tote w/ 10 External Pockets
  • 12" Tool Bag w/ 3 External Pockets
  • 20" Duffle
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Includes Husky's limited 3-year warranty. -slickdewmaster

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The Husky 3 Bag Combo offers a wide range of functionality. It includes a heavy-duty duffel, an open-top tote and a closed-top zippered bag for ultimate versatility. Only available at The Home Depot.
  • 600 denier water-resistant material
  • 20 in. duffel has large main compartment, 9 external pockets and 2 internal pockets, dual-zipper top and shoulder strap
  • 15 in. tote has 10 external pockets, handle with foam grip and 5 rubber feet on bottom
  • 12 in. bag has 3 external pockets and dual-zipper top
  • 20 in. duffel: 20 in. W x 6 in. L x 9 in. H, 15 in. tote: 15 in. W x 7 in. L x 10 in. H, 12 in. bag: 12 in. W x 7 in. L x 9 in. H
  • Tools and accessories not included
  • Backed by Husky's limited 3-year warranty
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Aaaaugh!!! I went to the Veto Pro Pac website to see what they had to offer and had to close 4 pop-ups before even being able to browse...and just left when the 5th popped up. They might be nice bags, but I guess I'll never know 'cause their website is so annoying.

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These are some really decent quality bags from Husky and to get three relatively large tool bags for $25 is a pretty good deal.

My personal favorite is the open top tote for ease of access and findability of tools while I'm working on something, though you have to be a bit more careful during transport to make sure you don't lose anything.
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He's talking about the Veto Pro Pac website ya dummies.
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This seems like a VERY good deal.
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These are some really decent quality bags from Husky and to get three relatively large tool bags for $25 is a pretty good deal.

My personal favorite is the open top tote for ease of access and findability of tools while I'm working on something, though you have to be a bit more careful during transport to make sure you don't lose anything.
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In for a set.

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I have the Ridgid Pro boxes and the Craftsman bags and yet I cannot seem to get organized. What does everyone do if they have those soft type bags that come with battery operated tools-toss the bags and use something like this?
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I had this same issue. Until I discovered Veto Pro Pac. They changed my life. Not cheap, but worth it even at 3x the price. Designed by tradesmen, it's the only line of bags I've ever seen that actually efficiently gets the job done.
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Price is 29.88 online with the link provided.
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I have the Ridgid Pro boxes and the Craftsman bags and yet I cannot seem to get organized. What does everyone do if they have those soft type bags that come with battery operated tools-toss the bags and use something like this?
personally i only use a tool bag for traveling tools. goes to the track with me. have a few duplicate metric wrenches and sockets that stay in the bag then i toss in a fresh battery, impact wrench, torque wrench (thought that doesnt fit) tire pressure gauge, etc.

as far as being organized, the tools live in a tool chest at home. one big enough to fit most of them comfortably.
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I had this same issue. Until I discovered Veto Pro Pac. They changed my life. Not cheap, but worth it even at 3x the price. Designed by tradesmen, it's the only line of bags I've ever seen that actually efficiently gets the job done.
Aaaaugh!!! I went to the Veto Pro Pac website to see what they had to offer and had to close 4 pop-ups before even being able to browse...and just left when the 5th popped up. They might be nice bags, but I guess I'll never know 'cause their website is so annoying.

Edit: to clear up confusion about which site I meant
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I have the Ridgid Pro boxes and the Craftsman bags and yet I cannot seem to get organized. What does everyone do if they have those soft type bags that come with battery operated tools-toss the bags and use something like this?
I have a bag like one of these as my main "grab bag".. it has my drill+impact, and my most commonly used tools around the house (torpedo level, multi-function screwdriver, some pliers/vise grips, hammer, small pry bar, flat bar, multimeter, non contact voltage detector, electrical outlet tester, etc). Probably one of the best decisions I've ever made for home improvements - in the past I'd always take a lot longer with projects due to running around hunting for specific tools because my tools were split between a box in the garage and a box in the basement shop.

For the less used tools, I've recently started storing them in one of those 3-part Ridgid rolling sets. They house the bigger/less often used things like squares, jab saw, my m12 fuel circular saw, hackzall, battery ratchet, scrapers/rollers, specialty drill bits, etc..
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Aaaaugh!!! I went to their website to see what they had to offer and had to close 4 pop-ups before even being able to browse...and just left when the 5th popped up. They might be nice bags, but I guess I'll never know 'cause their website is so annoying.
Techtoolsupply dot com carries Veto Pro Pac. I have purchased a number of items from them over the years.
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Techtoolsupply dot com carries Veto Pro Pac. I have purchased a number of items from them over the years.
Bonus for TTS is they have funny videos promoting the products.
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Aaaaugh!!! I went to their website to see what they had to offer and had to close 4 pop-ups before even being able to browse...and just left when the 5th popped up. They might be nice bags, but I guess I'll never know 'cause their website is so annoying.
Amazon carries their stuff, too. I ended up getting a few of mine on eBay to save a little.

Great bags. Never bought anything else since.

Just tried the their site and didn't get any pop-ups. Turn on your pop-up blocker and you should be good.
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I have the Ridgid Pro boxes and the Craftsman bags and yet I cannot seem to get organized. What does everyone do if they have those soft type bags that come with battery operated tools-toss the bags and use something like this?
I've got kids and little free time, so I've historically been among the least organized, but here's what I'm just starting to do:

1. Mechanics set. I bought the Dewalt set slick deal a few weeks ago because I liked the grab and go organization. My old craftsman socket set is getting a drawer made for it on my basement workbench (the case is too old for it to be mobile and I am tired of running back and forth to get tools).

2. General tools: I have been using a bucket organizer loaded with standard types of tools: wrenches, screwdrivers, variety of pliers, tape measure, etc. Throw anything else I need into the bucket and go. That works well for 75% off jobs.

3. I just bought a bunch of the 12" husky bags (same as in this kit) for specific tools. One for electrical, one for plumbing, auto (not including mechanics set obviously), home networking, soldering, etc. (still building them out). Most have "basic" tools (a cheap tape measure, pliers, utility knife, etc.) as well as tools you would expect for that trade. I will be building a series of hooks to hang the handles on so I can grab and go.

4. I use a bin system, not for tools, but for miscellaneous extra equipment for different things (a couple for auto, a couple for electrical, one for plumbing, my utility trailer, etc.). In these I keep leftover stuff from jobs, handy "backup" type stuff (like in the plumbing kit I have a good variety of elbows and couplings, a couple wax seals, baskets for the toilet tank flush mechanism, etc., etc., etc.). And of course I have a few "misc" type bins to throw weird shit in so it doesn't clutter my work bench.

Like I said, I'm just starting to get a handle on it, some of this has been working for me, some I'm just trying. So far, I've found this makes me WAY more efficient as I work and it makes cleanup a breeze so I'll know where the damn tools are next time I need them!
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