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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful
on March 12, 2011
I use this bag for my vehicle. I put the following in:

2 tow straps
tree saver winch strap
jumper cables
winch controller
gloves
socket wrench
reflector vest
2" ball hitch

GREAT bag for the price. The zipper seems strong, as is the stitching. There are two "pockets" on both interior sides. I think it's a great bag to hold miscellaneous items in a vehicle. I'm about to order another.
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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
on February 1, 2010
This bag is a little smaller than you might need to keep a large quantity of power tools. But it's the right size tor taking some hand tools for a ride in your truck.
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19 of 22 people found the following review helpful
on March 15, 2010
We own a 2008 Ford Explorer XLT and we tow an ATV when traveling. This black canvas bag holds jumper cables for our Explorer, the steel trailer hitch adapter (one inch drop), two different size towing balls, tools for removing the trailer spare tire from it's mount, axle / hitch ball grease, spare trailer wire and adapters in case of accident, and the Ford emblem hitch cover we use when not towing. In summary, this bag is rugged, cost effective and it does not occupy a lot of space in our vehicle. It is perfect for consolidating all the small junk that was rattling around within the Explorer compartments.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on May 20, 2013
This bag is well made of heavy-weight canvas in India. The zipper seems sturdy, and the bag has a built-in outer flap that covers the zipper for protection. The bag has two areas (like pouches) on each side inside to hold smaller tools such as a set of screwdrivers, etc. It would have been much better if the top edges were elastic or better yet had snaps to hold whatever you put there more tightly. I paid $20, and I think I got a good deal.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on February 25, 2014
The title above says it all. I use this for all of the items I keep in my Jeep-extra long jumper cables, 75' of 3/4" nylon line, 2 pairs of leather gloves, large Mag lite, bungee cords, and various hand tools. I didn't like the interior pockets, since there is no zipper or snap for closure, so I took a pair of scissors and cut them out-independent thinking and action at its best (there if you want them, easily discarded if you do not want them).

This bag replaces an old box that had finally given up the ghost. It was a great box, and served me for more than 16 years. I am expecting this bag to hold up for as long.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
on November 5, 2013
I use these a bit unconventionally, but they have held up amazingly. I load em with about 25lbs and carry them around as part of an exercise routine, so I probably abuse them more than what they were intended for, yet they are holding up great.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on April 8, 2013
I discovered it was harder to find a simple, no pockets bag than I thought it would be. I needed a storage bag that would be relatively tough (to use on a construction site), but I wanted something with no pockets (this does have two large "pockets" on the sides though it doesn't hinder my use). I also wanted a bag without a hard bottom or wire supported opening so that it was collapseable when not using the bag. This was the best (see cheapest) alternative to a much more expensive Klein canvas bag. I haven't had it out in the field much, so I can't speak to its long term durability, but it feels better made than many of the options available locally from Sears, Menards, and the fleet store (the bags with tons of pockets).
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
on June 3, 2013
Will be using this in the fire service. durable and well made. See www.vententersearch.com, 'what's in your pockets' . I don't carry much in my pockets, I use this bag instead. Makes my gear about 20 lbs lighter this way
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on March 24, 2015
I've owned a number of Rothco bags through the years and have been pleased with every one of them... until I purchased the O.D. Tanker Bag. Don't get me wrong, it's a solid, sturdy, good looking bag. However, it's a rectangular bag that wants to be a round bag. Meaning, the seams are stitched to support an upright bag with all the weight centered in the middle of the bag. But, loaded with tools, power cables and such, the bag sags outward to the sides... like you'd expect from a small, round duffle. This causes pressure on the seams laterally - not vertically. Thus, my bag is already tearing at the top seams from the lateral "bulging." It'll still last for a while, but I'll probably pick a larger, more robust bag next time around. Most likely another Rothco.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on February 23, 2015
This bag is almost as heavy and my U.S.A.F. Dufflebag. It's really pretty strong. It's pretty big as I'm using it to carry an electric drill, accessories and an extension cord and there's still a lot of room available. The zipper seems OK and the straps seem strong. I'm Glad I bought it.

I don't actually know why I only gave it 4 stars except it's pretty hard to get excited about a canvas bag.
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