Veto Pro Pac has just come out with their smallest tool bag to date, the model MC.
It might be small, but the Model MC tool bag is also mighty. It features 20 interior pockets that are sized for hand tools, meters, and accessories, and one side of the bag can even accommodate a compact cordless drill or driver.
Veto Pro Pac says that the MC allows for technicians and contractors to set up multiple job-specific tool bags, but it’s also well suited for users who regularly only need to carry a smaller tool loadout.
This bag has many of the Veto Pro Pac features found on the brand’s larger bags, including heavy duty extra durable zippers, a comfort-grip handle, and hard shell base.
Dimensions: 8″ wide, 10″ long, 12.5″ tall. Weight: 4.0 pounds when empty.
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Our test sample just arrived, and it’s the cutest mini tool bag I can remember seeing. The MC tool bag has a slightly different feel to it, as it’s taller than it is long or wide, which gives it more of a lunchbag feel than a tool bag. That’s not necessarily a bad thing, as I find the narrower width and length helps to make it more easily carried when loaded up.
The MC does not come with a shoulder strap, but inside the bag is an offer for a free strap if I register the product.
On one hand, the Model MC is heavier than most smaller tool bags I’ve seen, but those other bags are often cheaper and simpler designed with few organizational options. On the other hand, the MC is very well built and has a good number of pockets for a bag this size. Its heft translates to seemingly excellent durability and flexible configuration options.
With a $100 price tag, this isn’t an inexpensive tool bag. Then again, none of Veto Pro Pac’s other tool bags or pouches could really be called inexpensive. I think that it’s worth the cost, especially if that initial investment is spread across many days, weeks, months, and even years of solid service.