"Ordered this so I didn't have to haul a big heavy tool box about. It's just the right size to get a few essential tools in with lots of handy pockets etc. good price too. Excellent next day delivery once again by screwfix. Thanks"
"I can get more than I thought in this, it's like Dr Who's TARDIS. It's been bounced around, and all sorts and not a sign of failing after a few months of regular use, and I just keep being able to get 'just one more thing' in it,can't close the zip but not worried about that as it's bristling with everything I need now.. For the price you'd be daft not to get one even just for keeping in the back of the car or van with a few essentials. No brainer - great small tote, good handles and strap, no bad points I can see, it's earned it's keep several times already."
"I was after a small box to keep my homebrew equipment in; small tubs and chemicals ect. I looked at tool chests but then saw this tool bag. A great price and much cheaper than equivalent bags in other stores. This bag has small pouches inside which are ideal for storing my tubs of yeast and other wine making gear. A sturdy, heavy duty bag which is already proving a great asset. I may even buy a second, this time for tools."
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Review 10 for Forge Steel Hard Bottom Tool Bag 12"
"Great little work bag which feels well made. I originally purchased this bag as a replacement to a battered Draper bag of similar size, to carry generic electrical testing and maintenance tools. Unfortunately the lack of a divide in the centre and tightness of the external pockets rendered this bag useless for my needs. Shame really as the bag feels sturdy and sits well on the shoulder with the added padding on the main side pocket. I returned the bag and received a full refund."
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Review 19 for Forge Steel Hard Bottom Tool Bag 12"
"Cannot fault this bag for carrying a small fitting kit. Strongly made and reliable. It takes a lot of weight for its size and is still comfortable to carry. To use the shoulder strap, the buckle which adjusts the strap length needed to be carefully threaded through the piece (don't know what it's called) that sits on the shoulder. This is not that easy as it is very tight - otherwise the bag sits too low down to hang comfortably when walking. This bag is ideal for the peripatetic maintenance man working on small equipment and needing to travel by public transport."