Reasons To Ditch Your Tool Box For A Bucket Bag
Posted on August 24 2020
A bad worker might blame their tools, but a good one knows how important it is to keep them well-oiled, organized, and safe! Given that there are so many tool storage options available in the market, you might be confused while deciding which one is the best for you. But at the end of the day, the competition always boils down to the two heavyweight contenders: the stylish waxed canvas bucket bag and the traditional, yet ubiquitous toolbox.
We believe that some features of high-quality tool bags make it the better choice than their older counterparts. This blog highlights some of them:
- Let’s face it, any toolbox that’s good enough for a professional will be extremely bulky and huge to comfortably fit all their instruments. Come rain, wind, or shine, you will have to trudge your heavy toolbox along with you everywhere you go, making you work harder than you need to. On the other hand, a bucket bag is easy to carry out when you are working on site.
- You won’t have to rummage around for your tools every single time when you have a bucket bag for company. These have spacious compartments and pouches to store all your screws, drills, screwdrivers, nails, and extra bolts. Boxes usually don’t have compartments and if they do have some, those are only meant for specific tools. If you add a new instrument to your collection, it might not fit into any of the compartments.
- Bucket bags keep your tools tucked into place. However, every time you move a toolbox, your work instruments get jolted. This might reduce their lifespan and cause damage to your tools in the long run.
- Whether you are high up from the ground or fixing a burst pipe underground, a bucket bag will always be better and safer for the job. You can easily tie it to another rope and have it beside you. The same can’t be said for rectangular toolboxes.
- While canvas bags are extremely durable, one mustn’t forget that one can also put the hollow of the bucket into use! For instance, while gardening, you can use the bucket to collect all the weeds and the dry leaves. The toolbox, on the other hand, isn’t a multipurpose item.
- Optimizing your work space becomes so much simpler when you have a bucket bag handy. When not in use, you can simply fold the waxed canvas bucket bag and store it away. Storing a toolbox? It’s going to take up a lot of space!
We hope that you keep these points in mind while looking up tool storage options this year. At Readywares, we have extremely durable, high-quality tool bags that are designed to simplify storage for you. Browse through our collection today.