Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag Review

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Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag Review

Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag is designed for when you want a general storage bag to pop your tools into with little fuss.

The interior of the Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag is lined with non-slip rubber straps to keep smaller tools in their place. Specific tools also have specialised compartments, so you know you can rely on your drill bit holders, spirit levels, saws and measuring tape will always be on hand when you need them.

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Stanley 1-93-951 Fatmax Open Tote Tool Bag, 48cm x 25cm x 35cm
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Stanley 1-93-951 Fatmax Open Tote Tool Bag, 48cm x 25cm x 35cm
  • Heavy duty 600 denier fabric with leather reinforcements for long lasting durability
  • Rigid and waterproof plastic base
  • Heavy duty steel handle bar
  • Shoulder strap - allows easier carrying of heavy loads
  • Velcro straps - ideal for securing a 600mm level

Last update on 2021-10-29 / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API / As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases

The bag is made from a very tough 600×600 denier fabric for durability. We chucked hammers, chisels, blades and lots more in the bag while we were testing and never came close to damaging the bag or tearing a hole in the side. This bag is clearly built to last.

Reinforced

Many of the seams are reinforced with a leather feel material and key points are riveted for extra strength. The handle is made from rubber coated metal – this is far better than the traditional cloth handle on older style bags as this won’t sag in the middle regardless of the weight of the tools. This allows you to carry the bag (and your tools) wherever they need to go in relative comfort.

The bottom of the bag is also reinforced and waterproofed – this is an excellent feature as it allows you to set your tools down in a damp environment without the worry of getting your tools or the bag wet. The rigid bottom also keeps the bag upright at all times so your tools won’t spill out.

The Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag has been available for a number of years now and the design hasn’t changed since 2008, this longevity also means that the price has nearly halved making this bad excellent value for money.

We think that the Stanley Fatmax Tool Bag is an excellent investment and one that will last for years.

Do you have any Makita Power Tools? We have done a review of the Makita Tool Bag, which is ideal for keeping all of your Makita cordless tools in one place.

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Stanley 1-93-951 Fatmax Open Tote Tool Bag, 48cm x 25cm x 35cm
1,426 Reviews
Stanley 1-93-951 Fatmax Open Tote Tool Bag, 48cm x 25cm x 35cm
  • Heavy duty 600 denier fabric with leather reinforcements for long lasting durability
  • Rigid and waterproof plastic base
  • Heavy duty steel handle bar
  • Shoulder strap - allows easier carrying of heavy loads
  • Velcro straps - ideal for securing a 600mm level

Last update on 2021-10-29 / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API / As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases

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About Mike Jones 193 Articles
I have been a keen DIY enthusiast for over 15 years, I’m constantly tinkering in my garage, taking things apart and building things. Along the way, I seem to have acquired a bit of a tool collection, as you do. The issue I found was that the information online when it comes to finding out what you need to know when buying new tools was somewhat limited. I didn’t necessarily need to know which tool to buy, but more what was important when making that buying decision. Also, a bit like a child in a sweet shop when I see new tools and things I can do with them I find it hard to resist. I started this blog back in 2017 to try and put together some buying guides, not really reviews but more what you may want to know before going and deciding on a new tool. I’m also a keen gardener and if there is a tool or gadget that helps me in the garden I’m going to let you know. I hope these musings and buyers guides are of use to you in some way. All the best, Mike.

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