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If you’re a fan of tool bags, DeWalt has a new offering for you: a 24-pocket closed top bag targeted at contractors. Add to that eight interior pockets, a couple of flap-covered exterior pockets, a drawstring, and a durable polyurethane and ballistic poly fabric construction, and you’ve got one slick yellow-and-black carryall.

DeWalt says a number of the external pockets are perfect for your utility knife and measuring tape, and the tape pocket includes a little grabber to hold the tape in by its clip. And its padded shoulder strap is removable in case that’s not your style.

Street pricing starts around $38.

DG5552 14″ Pro Contractor’s Tool Bag [DeWalt]
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4 Responses to Bag It, Tag It, Carry It

  1. Jerry says:

    I wish manufacturers would include a rain cover for bags like this. Some of us can’t park in the garages of our customers and we also live in Oregon where rain is simply a fact of life. I did find one similar that has a rain cover but it has one problem – it’s not yellow and black like everything (almost) in my truck. Now, I will have to see if my rain cover will fit this bag.

  2. Blair says:

    @Jerry, agreed!, a rain cover would be an excellent addition. Maybe something that is attached, and rollup, or at least stowable, say in a pouch between the pockets, and the bag body.
    Not only would it keep out rain, but it could be useful for really dusty sites as well.

  3. ttabob says:

    no rain cover?

    How about using grey cordura on the inside so I can see my tools down there.

    How about building a bag big enough to fit a DeWalt cordless 15 ga 18 volt nailer in it.

    How about tone down the yellow (albeit this bag is tasteful). I feel like a dork when i put on my bumble bee stuff and look like joe home depot.

    This bag is a good effort, but needs more real world functionality…..like every other bag made today.

    It doesn’t need a rain cover. thats what a spare hefty bag is for.

  4. Michael W says:

    So my truck cap is overkill?

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