I love to use this to bring the tools I need to the project. It has many compartments to hold tools snug. I love it and just might have to buy another cause my wife keeps useing it too. It has a metal tape measure clip for your Craftsman tape measure. Have a steel handle with a soft foam rubber grip. The large mesh netted pockets are great for putting in small tools. Buy one of these you wont be sorry
I bought this when I was just starting out doing some remodeling. It seemed like an inexpensive way to carry around the tools I thought I would need for most jobs. It's not. The outer pockets are too wide and short to hold any hand tools very well; drivers are too slim and long to fit in them, while even aviation snips and locking pliers have too much room and hang out the top of the pockets too far. The best you can do is try to stuff two or three tools into each pocket to keep them from falling out. It would have been way better just to make five or six narrower, taller pockets that would fit standard sized tools properly -- on each side! [inside AND out] The inner elastic loops seem like they might work well for drivers until you realize that they are too loose and high up to hold anything below it's handle, and not high enough to be at the right spot FOR the handle to be secured. In other words, you can't use them for anything. So much for functionality as a tool carrier! The handle and tape measure slot are both very solid as is the general construction of the tote, but the solid design of the handle in the center with higher sides on the ends means you can't put any large tools hanging out lengthwise, but have to leave them on one side of the handle or the other. You'll find that you have to put whatever's inside hanging out opposite the side that the outer pockets are on, as any tools in them will weigh the whole thing to that side otherwise. If you still really want one, I wish you could buy mine. It's well-made, especially for ten bucks, but very poorly designed and not worth having. Look at one in the store and you will notice how none of the pockets or elastic can really be useful for toting any kind of tools around in. It's also awkward putting larger items inside the tote since the handle can't be moved out of the way. Seriously, just spend the extra $20-some and get a real tool carrier! It's well worth it!