Tool bags give you multiple pockets on the inside of the bag and all around the exterior. Pockets give you easy access to your most frequently used tools. Pockets free up the bottom of your bag for your larger, heavier tools.
Many tool bags have zippered pockets for your smaller items like electrical testers and tapes.
You can get largemouth bags that have built in framing to hold the mouth open. The open mouth design allows for carrying extra items that would not fit into a tool box.
A tool bag lets you fill the bag with extra items like extension cords, drills, battery packs and other awkwards items. Getting a tool bag with a shoulder strap will allow you to pack a bag and carry much more than a tool box.
Tool bags come with a variety of features, including built in lights and audio systems.
For overall organization, versatility and ease, we like a tool bag over a tool box.
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