I recently donated one of these Husky 22″ rolling tool bags to the local high school, and I have another one nearly loaded up and ready to go.
The teacher was pretty happy when he first saw it, exclaiming that it will be the perfect “competition bag.” His classes engage in engineering competitions, and I can definitely see the appeal for a cavernous bag like this.
While I have fresh thoughts on my mind, here’s a reminder about what’s good about this bag, and what doesn’t suit me. For more details, here’s my original post about the Husky 22″ rolling tool bag.
It’s BIG and can hold a LOT of tools. And it’s not just large, it’s very well organized, too. This is a tool bag where you can store almost any hand tool or portable power you might need on a job.
It travels well and has very large feet, making it extremely sturdy. There’s even a wide and thick weather-resistant zipper protection flap.
It’s large and a bit heavy, even when empty. It’s so big that it can be too heavy or nearly too heavy to lift. A smaller rolling tool bag or box and another independent tool bag that can be stacked on top might be a better choice for certain users or intended usage habits.
It’s a very good tool bag, but you might want to see it in person before buying, to ensure its size suits you.
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Thank you to Home Depot for the review sample!