dealsstanley fatmax xtreme technician bag for $24.99

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Not the same....check out the other. It is a bag, while this is a bucket.

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@tigriss7: They must have changed this one then, when I posted that it was the same...

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Question for y'all: Heard from someone that a useful tool to have when building things is a small magnetic mat, so that you can place all the screws, nails etc on it and they won't roll away or get jumbled. Anyone seen/experienced/know where to buy something like that?

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@gwintner: I know when I was an auto mechanic I had a magnetic bowl. It was VERY useful for keeping all the nuts & bolts. I never work on a car without one.

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Harbor Freight for the mat or bowl and Meritline has them as well if I remember correctly for great price too

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@tigriss7: Agreed. I have a few of these. I have a bigger one from SnapOn about 12" long 6" wide. Real nice for larger parts, it was about $20.00, but I have a 6" circle one also from Wal-Mart that I paid $5.00 for & it does the same job.

Harbor Freight has some every once in a while for $1.00

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I have this one already. It's fairly spacious and can get a little heavy when you load it up. But it's a pretty nice bucket. Especially at this price.

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Great for all of my chainsaw gear. Stihl doesn't have anything like this.

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I got one of these during a wootoff and it's been great. Spacious enough to toss bigger tools in, but the organizational pockets on the outside save me a lot a time dorkin' around for a specific tool when I need it.

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This is a damn good deal, too bad I already have one. Now I feel like a sucker for having paid retail price.

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@gwintner: I use an old car speaker and stick stuff to the magnet on the back