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Roll Up Tool Bag

This durable roll up tool bag provides you with 23 pockets to store your, pliers, flush cutters, hand-held soldering iron, spent uranium rods, screw drivers, and other small hand tool that you might need to complete a project. It even has 15 elastic loops concealed underneath a flap for storing small tools. This tool bag can easily be rolled up and easily transported even when it is loaded with tools.

  • 23 Pockets
  • 15 Elastic Loops
  • 600D Nylon Fabric* 13" Wide x 22" Long (Unrolled)

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  • Member #349112 / about 9 years ago / 7

    Does this model have the lead infused fabric to protect me from my non-spent uranium rods?

    • thisupend / about 9 years ago / 4

      Where did you find uranium rods? Everytime I try to look for some, men in black suits take over my neighborhood trying to look for something.

      • bffoley / about 9 years ago / 5

        Oh, it's simple to find some. You just need to go to [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] bitcoins [REDACTED] [REDACTED] at your local [REDACTED]!

        • Member #349112 / about 9 years ago / 5

          My local [REDACTED] closed two years ago, so now I go to the online [REDACTED] to find the [REDACTED].

      • Member #349112 / about 9 years ago / 4

        I just get as many of these as I can, and do the refining myself. It's much less suspicious. http://unitednuclear.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=2_4&products_id=1052

        • Madbodger / about 9 years ago / 2

          Why buy the ore (which has lots of other things in it) when you can just buy uranium itself?

      • Oh, you guys. It's much easier to centrifuge your own after purifying cheap ore than jump through all the hoops to bypass import restrictions.

    • M-Short / about 9 years ago / 1

      Sorry, I believe this bag is RoHS compliant.

  • Sleepwalker3 / about 9 years ago / 1

    I have something similar, but the straps are woven nylon stuff and they have clip together adjustable clips. I've had things with the elastic straps before and they tend to break or tear away after a decent bit of use. Your type may not, but it would be nicer if these came out with better straps.

Customer Reviews

5 out of 5

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I love it.

It holds all my tools and fits nicely in my backpack, I couldn't ask for more.

Seriously useful in many... contexts.

This thing doesn't just hold tools. Try sound equipment, Scouting stuff for long term camp, and even a beefy first aid kit.
It's well maid the straps are sturdy.
They also make great Christmas presents for tinkerers and crafters.

This bag is handy

One of the fun things I like about the roll up bag is finding tools to put in it.