deals12 in. tool bag, large mouth- craftsman for $3.99

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When you add it to your cart the price jumps up to $5.99. Still a good deal, but pretty shady of the site to do that.

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In for 3 (or 5). Link shows 3.99, but cart showed 5.99 each. I kept trying until I figured I'd try checkout. After choosing to continue at the checkout screen (I was going to choose PayPal, but was not going to pay 5.99 for 5. Anyway, it is available as a payment option later), the screen shows the 3.99 price. Thanks.

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A great deal on a small toolbag for doing odd-jobs around the house or apartment. I paid twice as much at another store for an inferior one with no pockets and not as sturdy.

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@domerickson: Appears they have fixed the problem. Went in cart at $3.99 price.

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Ah, this reminds me of the good old days. Dad and I would grab the gear, and go down to the lake and fish for Large Mouth Bags. I miss those days.

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Got a somewhat better one of these free on Black Friday at Sears since I was already buying something. Still a good deal, but it wouldn't surprise me if they became a giveaway at a later point.

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A couple of these would be great to use inside a larger bag to keep things organized. I can use it to keep my delicate electrical tools away from the wrenches, pliers and screwdrivers.

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@disturbed0ne: You must've used wormscrews for bait.

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I bought a couple of these three years ago when ACE sold them for $5 each around Christmas. They are very sturdy and very handy.

They are OK as tool bags, but would be a lot better with inside pockets. They are great as traveling bags to carry bottled water, books and or tablet, snacks etc. I carry one on the plane instead of a briefcase because they are very light.

I have also used one to carry paint, brushes, rags, water container etc. to an art class. Perfect. They have a hard bottom and stiff sides which keeps them from folding up.

The Craftsman label is vinyl or rubber and easy to tear off the bag.

Well worth the money. Buy at least 3. If you find you cannot use them all (unlikely) they make a handy gift.

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Great find! I've been needing something to hold my 12 in. tool.