Heavy duty backpack allows tools to be carried securely when commuting is required.
Heavy Duty Fabric & Solid Base
Separate Laptop Compartment
Internal Tool Divider
Dual Zipper for Easy Access
Value For Money
Ease Of Use
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BODMIN PLUMBING SERVICES -
July 12, 2019 @ 12:34
Review for Stanley Fatmax Tool Backpack
Replies for Stanley Fatmax Tool Backpack
Sometimes I work in town and parking is a problem in the van so when transportation of tools to and from job is a issue
This is the go to BAG
Louis Gas & Heating LTD -
July 1, 2019 @ 08:24
Great bag for the price. Plenty of room to fit tools for servicing and repairs of boilers and heating systems. Lots of pockets to fit screw drivers and spanners.
Precision Plumbing & Heating -
February 25, 2019 @ 11:14
Love this bag. Fits in plenty of tools with a good amount of pockets. Straps are chunky as well as the zips. Good waterproof base to keep the bottom dry.
M.L.P Heating & plumbing -
January 24, 2019 @ 06:02
Decent little bag for a few tools that need to be carried around sites Center section comes out which makes it handy for tight spaces not a bad little tool bag over all
B H heating solutions -
April 16, 2018 @ 10:46
Only had the bag about month but so far to good, zips nice and chunky I like that you can take the middle out holds loads it’s perfect for a service bag,
Finnoah Construction Ltd. -
December 29, 2017 @ 01:53
Handy bag for small jobs or transporting small tools, i like the pull out insert,alot of pockets, could do with pull cord on the top of the side pockets to tighten up on tools in them to prevent losing / falling out. I found the zip poor quality and lasted five minutes.
Youle & son's mechanical services ltd -
October 25, 2017 @ 02:19
Love my bag. Easy to handle. Plenty of space to put all the tools I need to hand. Had it 2 years and would definitely buy another. Starting to show wear now after 2 years but it's paid for itself.
N.E.S Plumbing Solutions -
August 8, 2017 @ 11:40
Pretty expensive for what it is, the idea is much better than using it in reality. Can only store a handful of tools/a few other bits and pieces.
Gilmour Gas Services -
July 25, 2017 @ 06:07
Very good bag. Only complaint is that my grips and shifters tend to fall out the removable middle pouch
One click electrical -
June 27, 2017 @ 09:49
Bought it liking the idea of carrying tools around.
Pockets are q little small and does get criwded
Anglo Plumbing and Heating -
June 26, 2017 @ 09:04
Laying well like you can pull the centre storage out if required handy to carry or tote on your back zips up well so no losing tools during transportation some stitched pockets a bit small
Upsher Heating + Plumbing -
June 9, 2017 @ 11:29
Perfect for servicing and breakdowns! Got my wera tool kits in it. Value for money and nice wide straps
Clearwater Plumbing & Heating -
May 31, 2017 @ 08:25
Ok for light use once loaded with tools the middle section can be a pain to put tools back in. Now relegated to gather dust in my garage and using a ck magna case now.
Sunrise Plumbing & Heating -
April 20, 2017 @ 08:09
Purcahrdc ghis from Screwfix however once it was loaded with a few tools I noticed the stitching was coming away took it back and Screwfix replaced it with no issues however the second one the zip went within 3 weeks again replaced no issues only for 6 months on the stitching to come away again. Wouldn't class it as a hardwesring day to day toolbag. Disappointed
R McGarvie Gas Services -
April 13, 2017 @ 09:34
Had my one now for 2 1/2 years, held up really well, great for servicing / repair tools, plenty of space for individual tools & decent value for money.
Weybourne Services -
April 13, 2017 @ 03:40
Good bag but could do with larger pockets for larger tools.
Still I use it everyday and would still recommend.
Electrical Innovations (Derby) Ltd -
April 10, 2017 @ 06:28
I use one of these every day and am not a massive fan but seeing as i am still using it I guess its not that bad!
It's main issue is everythign ends up getting thrown in the bottom and filling the bag up. Keep it clean and it great
Jb electrical -
January 16, 2017 @ 07:50
I've been using this bag for about a week now, I've used Stanley tote bags for years now and was sick of people boring tools and just piling them back in.
So far I love this, everything has its place and if it doesn't go in it's rightful place it won't shut.
It is a bit limited in size but I get everything I need including a small cordless drill and stops you putting all random bits of rubbish that always seem to accumulate in larger bags.
So far so good!
January 13, 2017 @ 10:19
Hi guys, it's Matt here from Tools2trust. I actually bought a Stanley backpack for my work on a building site in Hayes. I was on this site for 4 months and found within that short space of time the actual strap had snapped ! My tools aren't that heavy but for some reason it had given away. Therefore I feel it's quite poorly constructed and not worth buying. Maybe the other version is better ! Or I may bust open the piggyback and try a veto pro pac....we will see !
A J Marsden Ltd -
November 17, 2016 @ 08:10
Well where to start.
The bag showed lots of promise, bought the bag to house a small selection of servicing tools (screwdrivers etc) as i was getting tired of taking out tools i needed from my main tool box.
Loaded a few tools in, put it in the van, took it out and the bottom plastic has cracked and pulled the stitching out of the material.
Absolute waste of time. An aldi bag for life priced at £0.15p would of lasted longer!!
Wayne Nelson -
October 20, 2016 @ 07:09
Good quality use mine weekly ideal for carrying tools across London on the tube.