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Bucket Boss 25005 Pro Parachute Bag 18-Pocket Bucket Tool Organizer

4.4 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews

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  • Six interior compartments
  • 12 exterior pockets
  • Flat bottom prevents tipping or spilling
  • Works with any five gallon bucket
  • Tan and Olive Fabric
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Product Description

Product Description

Bucket Boss Parachute Bag Pro, 25005The Bucket Boss Parachute Bag Pro, 25005 organizes screws, cipper fittings, bolts, washers, wire nuts or any small items. 12 exterior pockets / 6 interior pockets. Made from rugged 600 denier fabic, drawstring closure.Whether you have a big job or just a bunch of little ones around the house, the bucket boss can help organize your tools. The Bucket Boss Parachute Bag Pro can help aid organization of all of your tools parts, screws, nails and many other building products. *Tools not included

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If you're looking for a quick, easy and reliable way to carry tools and small parts on the job, the Bucket Boss Super Chute is a good choice. Six large interior compartments will keep your small parts (nails, brads, screws, etc.) organized, while 12 outside pockets allow you to carry just the small tools you need to get the job done. The bag is made of rugged, 600 denier fabric that stands up to the rigors of any work site. It's strung with parachute cord, so it automatically cinches closed when lifted off the ground. And it's designed to stack three or four deep in a five-gallon bucket, for easy transportation. A flat bottom protects against accidental spills and allows the bag to rest comfortably on any work surface, keeping everything handy and safe.--Carl Thress

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Technical Details

Part Number 25005
Item Weight 10.4 ounces
Product Dimensions 13.5 x 5.2 x 2.2 inches
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Item model number 25005
Color Brown
Item Package Quantity 1

Additional Information

ASIN B000037X0O
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4.4 out of 5 stars 80 customer reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #248,229 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#359 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Tool Organizers > Tool Pouches
#6,535 in Home Improvement > Storage & Home Organization
#13,425 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 10.4 ounces
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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By H. Row on November 1, 2002
I'm a homeowner. I remember seeing our electrician with a few of these several years ago, so I finally got around to getting one. They sit on a ladder shelf easily and securely. You can pick em up, toss em around. Reaching in the large compartments to get nails, small parts, etc is easy. I used to use a nail bag you tie around your waist. This is much better. Most of the time I don't need to wear a cumbersome tool belt.The bag is well built with good materials. PLUS Bucket Boss / Fiskars have a no questions asked warranty for the LIFE of the product. Just make sure to cut out the warranty card on the box and mail it in. Plus outside pockets for small tools and what not.
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I purchased three bags about two years ago.I liked them because you couldn't tip them over. Alot of guys in my company were also using them. Unfortunately, a house I was working on burnt to the ground and took my van with it. When I went back to the site the next day to make a list of matl's for the insurance company, I noticed the bags had their carrying strings burnt off and had fallen from their hooks upside down on to the van floor. I turned them over to find them sealed tight from the heat, with almost all contents intact. Unuseable now, but they did their job right to the end!
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Bag is very well made, The only thing about this bag is there is no way to keep the screws or whatever you keep in this bag seperated. The pockets are not complete, there is a gap between the sections where small screws and get mixed up.
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I have a number of the original Bucket Boss chutes, so when I saw this unit with the external pockers- a natural extension of the idea- I picked up a couple at the local home store.
I'm not a builder, but I've worked with crews on my house and done a fair bit of repair and addition of small built-ins. Like anyone who's done this sort of work, I have accumulated large amounts of screws, nails, wirenuts and other hardware in various sizes that I need a handy way to carry. Three or four of these (depending on what's in 'em) will fit in a joint compound bucket and provide an excellent way to organize and carry small parts.
I've got two filled with different sizes of deck screws, one with biscuits for the biscuit joiner, one with wire nuts, cable staples and other electrical items, one with nails and a few more with different screws, nuts, washers, screen door hardware, fuses, and other things I can't even remember. It's a great system.
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The Bucket Boss has been a wonderful thing for me to have as a teacher. I am able to put all the supplies I need, including markers, scissors, chalk, glue, crayons, and be able to grab them all at once.
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I have a bunch of these bags, as well as the older bags with no external pockets. The older style is a little easier to close, but the new ones are thicker material, so I think they'll last longer. I don't use the exterior pockets (yet?).

My workbench went from a disorganized collection of cardboard boxes to a handful of parachute bags - now I can find hardware faster and get back to work. They also save much time and aggravation when packing my truck and tools for a job - I know I have all my hardware with me.

It's a good product at a great price.
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I like to use these bags to carry an assortment of screws, especially. I've had one of these for several years, it's still in great shape, so I bought a couple more to get a little bit MORE organized.
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In 2008, a person commented on a pocket design flaw. As of today, Jan, 2012, the pockets are completely enclosed and maintain total separation between the sections.

I have noticed one design feature that is different. This bag uses eight pieces of twine that all gather in the center and that is your lifting point. One has to grab a knot that joins these eight strings into one point. My other bags have a one inch wide web strap in the center and that is much more convenient to grab.

I specifically bot this bag versus their normal bag cuz I like the small pockets on the bag's perimeter. It is easy to slip in a screwdriver, bits or pliers to take to the job site. I am thinking of buying another one just for small hand tools--no hardware.
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