These are the best Tool bags and boxes that you can get today

When it comes to storing your tools, there are more than enough different options to make your head spin. From boxes to bags and everything in between, there is a bag or box that will fit your needs. We have found some of the best of both tool bags and toolboxes that will make carrying or storing your tools a breeze.

Just the basics

WORKPRO 16-inch Tool Bag with Water Proof Base

Staff Pick

The WORKPRO Tool Bag will be a reliable option for most as it’s made from 600D polyester for superb durability. As for where to put your tools, there are 8-inner pockets, along with 13 external pockets. Plus, the bag itself sports a wide-mouth opening, making it easy to find the right tool.

£18 at Amazon

Lift comfortably

Dewalt TSTAK II Flat Top Tool Box

Dewalt is a brand name that everyone recognises for a good reason. The company makes some of the best tools and accessories. The TSTAK II Flat Top Tool Box is fantastic for those who need a box on the go. Plus, you can use this with other TSTAK products for better storage of different boxes.

£22 at Amazon

Save your shoulders

Klein Tools Tradesman Pro Backpack

It can be cumbersome to throw a toolbag on just one shoulder throughout the day as you go from location to location. The Klein Tools Tradesman Pro Backpack makes life easier, as you’ll get the standard back straps, along with a handle on the top. There are a total of 39 different pockets in this backpack, including specific slots for screwdrivers and others.

£112 at Amazon

Getting started

Plano Grab-N-Go Tool Box

Measuring in at 26-inches wide, the Plan Grab-N-Go Tool Box will be large enough to carry many of your tools. There are also two removable organisers included, along with a lift-out tray for easy access to commonly used tools. Then, you can close up the toolbox and take advantage of the heavy-duty latches on the front.

£32 at Amazon

All the pockets

AmazonBasics Electrician’s 50-pocket Tool Bag

The AmazonBasics Electrician’s Tool Bag is truly the end-all-be-all if you have a boat-load of tools to carry. With 50 different pockets and vertical pockets for quick access, you can load this bag up to the brim with everything you’ll need. The bag is even big enough to carry select power tools without worrying about forgetting them behind.

$£40 at Amazon

Improved security

GearWrench Black Steel Tool Box

It can be quite costly to replace misplaced or stolen tools, and the GearWrenceh Black Steel Tool Box helps to combat that. There is a keyed centre lock so that you can lock the toolbox when it’s not in use. Additionally, there are three slide-out drawers, along with a section underneath the lid.

£90 at Amazon

Easily accessible

TECCPO Heavy Duty Bag

The TECCPO Heavy Duty Bag is a bit different, as this option is entirely open for the easiest access to your tools. There are a total of 13 pockets to take advantage of, along with a shoulder strap and a max carry weight of 70 KG. This bag has dimensions of 400 x 220 x 280 mm, making it an excellent option for any tools you need to take with you.

£28 at Amazon

Better organization

Makita Interlocking Case

If you are someone who has a boatload of tools, then the Interlocking Case from Makita might be for you. The reason for this is the fact that it can easily stack and won’t fall over thanks to the interlocking latches. Plus, you can organise the toolbox to your liking with foam cutouts for better-secured storage.

£33 at Amazon

Carry your tools with ease

Finding the right tool bag can be a tough task, but with the WORKPRO 16-inch Tool Bag, you get a great “multi-purpose” bag. There are a total of 21 different pockets to take advantage of, along with a wide mouth at the top for easy access. The WORKPRO Bag also is made from 600D polyester, adding to better durability so you won’t have to worry about the accidental bag breaking at some point in your workday.

Those looking into a toolbox instead of a bag will want to look no further than the Dewalt TSTAK II Flat Top Tool Box. The latches on the front will ensure that your tools stay secure, and locked into place, without them falling out while going from job site to job site. In addition to having two handles to take advantage of, you can stack this box with other options from the TSTAK family of toolboxes.

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