"Just to echo what everybody else has said. amazing quality for the price - I've ordered two more! Bought this to hold all my clamps - heavy G cramps and large Bahco quick clamps etc - that are too big/bulky for a tool box. They all fit in here. It feels well made and strong, and the zip seems sturdy and good-quality. Can't really comment on reliability yet as I haven't had it long enough, so I gave it 4 stars IMHO better than a deWalt bag I paid three times the price for!"
"Bought this to carry my decorating tools in, suprisd that despite how cheap it was it is very well made and holds so much, managed to get an array of brushes rollers, trays, sand paper and sand blocks plus cleaning materials inside this holdall which has a sturdy base!"
"What can you say about a cheap canvas toolbag? I bought it to fill with heavy SDS drill bits and chisels, so it takes a lot of abuse. So far, there are no tears or splits and I think it's good value. If you can survive without a branded bag from "CK" or "DeWalt" buy one of these."
"For the price these bags are really good. Solidly made, plenty of pockets, good handles, difficult to fault. The only thing that could be improved is the way the bag forms a traingular rather than rectangular cross-section when zipped closed, which limits the space for bulky items. Apart from that they're great. Why pay four times as much for a 'branded' bag?"
"This looks to be a very well-made bag. The zip and straps are all large and rugged. Pockets on the outside and on the inside. Haven't used it in anger yet so will have to wait and see how long it lasts."
"I used this 24" bag to house a new Makita 9" angle grinder with the blade attached. Just a fraction of the price of a Makita Toolbox and allows quicker stowage and deployment. Also bought the £6.99 16" bag as a regular tool bag for one-off site jobs. good value. could have many uses."
"After reading over reviews i decided to get this bag for my loose power tools, it is the best value and quality you will get at this price. I get my corner sander,planer and circular saw in it :) only bad point is it wont close with the circular saw in it so is like an open tote, but a small price to pay for the overall capacity of the bag. Dont know why but mine is a 24" and says max load 15kg inside it? never the less performs very well, wouldnt hesitate to purchase another :)"
"Bought this so I wouldn't have to drag ten tonnes of kit to every job - the bag is triangular in shape, it has a reasonably hefty zip that joins it along the topand internal and external pockets - So I have dragged this bag out on half a dozen jobs and it is okay as long as you are not wanting to carry anything too big - it is currently in the van, it holds a couple of half plate hand sanders, a cordless driver, couple of tins of paint (litres) brushes, damp meter, scrapers, blades - if you want to carry heavier kit then go for a box section bag, this one is good for decorators not plumbers..."
"This would be good for a DIYer it is not cut out for site use. The shoulder strap is sub standard as it broke within one day. The handles are too short one you get a good amount of tools in it. However it would be ideal for carrying a few tools around the house."