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  1. sam400
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    sam400 Regular EF Member

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    sussex
    Hi all, i am doing enabling works on a big site lots of walking so need to get my tools on my back.
    Any recommendations?

    I think the veto is a expensive at £240 and I don't rate the CK magma bags is there anything else available

    Cheers

    Sam
     
  2. RWJ
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    RWJ 8,030 day wonder Electrician's Arms

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    East Anglia
    One of our plumbers has the Stanley, he swears by it
     
  3. paul291277
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    paul291277 Active EF Member

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    Hertfordshire
    Stanley FatMax one works for me and great value too
     
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Trusted Advisor

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  5. Karin
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    Karin Trainee Trainee Access

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    Kent
    just started using the fatmax. ain't bad at all, given the price compared to the lovely looking veto. i find the straps kinda wideset so if walking a long way they do tend to slip off the shoulders a bit even when heavily loaded. maybe it's just my girly shoulders though..
    but for slinging over the shoulder around site it's great and the straps are nice n comfy
     
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  6. MartinPH
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    MartinPH New EF Member

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    Grimsby
    Another vote for the Stanley from me. Proving durable and carries a lot of gear.
     
  7. spinlondon
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    spinlondon Trusted Advisor

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    Harlow Essex
    It appears that CK have now brought out a Stanley copy.
     
  8. sam400
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    sam400 Regular EF Member

    Location:
    sussex
    Thanks for all the replies, I ve checked out the Stanley bag but wastnt sure about the removable bit.
    Have just ordered a Klein one from my local CEF will let you know if it's any good

    Cheers
     
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