Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag Giveaway

And the Winner Is…..

Thanks to everyone who entered and the folks at Veto Pro Pac for sponsoring this great giveaway.  If you’re not the lucky winner don’t worry there’s going to be another giveaway this month! The folks at Veto Pro Pac sent me a couple more bags to evaluate (open top bags) and I’ve decided to give one of those away as well. I’ll be hosting that giveaway over at my home improvement site, Home Construction & Improvement. So be sure to stay tuned for details.

The winner was chosen at random and that lucky person is Frank. Frank said he’s seen these bags at the trade shows and now he’ll own one! Congratulations Frank we hope you love your Veto Pro Pac as much as we love ours!

Win A Veto Pro Pac LC Tool Bag

Last week I wrote a review on what I consider to be one of the best tool bag systems on the market, the Veto Pro Pac LC Tool Bag Review. I was super impressed with this bag and now the folks from Veto Pro Pac are sponsoring a giveaway so that one of you lucky readers can have your own!

Trust me when I say this is certainly one of our best giveaways in terms of a high quality product that you’ll wish you owned much sooner. The LC Model is perfect for contractors and DIY’ers who want to store their hand tools in a safe organized system.

The key to this tool bag system is high quality materials combined with a great design that utilizes vertical pockets to store any size hand tool in an organized fashion. Combine that with a zipper/flap system that allows you to close the bag during transport without fear of spilling your tools.

Veto Pro Pac LC Tool Bag Features

  • Rugged construction: weatherproof body fabric (1800 pvc impregnated denier), waterproof base (3mm polypropylene), heavy duty fastenings and zippers (marine proof rivets, industrial strength double nylon stitching and oversized zipper tabs)
  • Maximized Storage Capacity: 51 Vertical Pockets, 6 Zippered Pockets, Outside Mounted Stainless Steel Tape Clip.
  • Ergonomic Design: Comfortable Over-Molded Ergonomic Grip, Non-Slip Extra Wide Padded Shoulder Strap, Patented Center Panel Design.
  • Holds 75-plus hand tools
  • 5 Year Limited Warranty
  • Retail Value of $129.95

How To Win a Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag

Would you like a chance to win  your own Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag? There are FIVE different ways to enter this contest and you may enter each option once per household.

PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING DIRECTIONS CAREFULLY!

You maybe enter each one of the following 5 options once per household.

  1. Leave a comment below telling us how you would use the Veto Pro Pac and what type of tools you’d be storing in it.
  2. Facebook – Visit our Facebook Fan Page and LIKE us. Leave a comment on the wall telling us what you think of the Veto Pro Pac LC Tool Bag.
  3. Twitter – enter the following Retweet.
    RT @Tool_Box_Buzz Enter To Win Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag from #VetoProPac at http://tinyurl.com/5wcfyyw
  4. YouTube – Go check out our YouTube Video Review and leave a comment. http://youtu.be/Lc5X2BTA6U0
  5. Blog About It – Lastly if you’d like a 5th way to enter why not blog about the giveaway and tell all your friends. Be sure to leave a link to this post so folks can find it and sign up!

Fine Print

Entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on April 30, 2011. The winner will be announced on May 1, 2011.

Only residents of the U.S. are eligible. One entry per household per each method above for a maximum total of five. Spam entries will not be counted. Spam entries are determined at the sole discretion of Front Steps Media.

 

 

 

About the author

Todd Fratzel

Todd Fratzel is the Editor of Tool Box Buzz and the President of Front Steps Media, LLC, a web based media company focused on the Home Improvement and Construction Industry.He is also the Principal Engineer for United Construction Corp., located in Newport, NH. In his capacity at United he oversees the Residential and Commercial Building Division along with all Design-Build projects.He is also the editor of several other sites including: Home Construction & Improvement and Today's Green Construction

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104 Comments

  1. Margaret smith

    My husband does lots of mechanical work for friends and family and this would come in handy for him to bring along with him, stored with his tools.
    Thanks so much.

  2. Margaret smith

    Liked you on Facebook (Margaret E. Smith) and commented on your wall.
    Thanks again

  3. Ted Breyere

    Second set of tool for my car.

  4. jeff_williams

    I could really use this to store my mobile tools in.

  5. Tom

    I would think this would make a good bag to keep my “regular” tools in. Holds a bunch, and is easy to grab.

  6. I frequently do small projects around the house that involve just a few tools, so I gather them up in my hands and walk around with pliers, sometimes a hammer, wire crimpers, strippers, etc. Invariably I forget something or drop a few items, just to keep things interesting.

    I would use the tool bag to carry these smaller groups of tools around – paper bags don’t really work very well 🙂

  7. Dorothy Campbell

    My husband is Mr. Fix-It for our neighborhood, so this would come in handy for the various tools he needs for the different projects. Plus his birthday is in May and this would make a great gift.

  8. susan varney

    my husband does a lot of work around the house it would have wrenches,tape measure,hammer,screwdrivers,pliers,electrical tape,and ohter tools that come in handy for jobs around the house
    mverno@roadrunner.com

  9. Jonathan Davis

    Would be a good bag for me to put my current mess of tools in.

  10. I’m an archaeologist and this bag would be perfect for me to take into the field. I could keep my rulers, trowels, picks, spoons, tapes, and all sorts of small equipment in this bag.

  11. I posted on your YouTube video. fangirljen

  12. Randy Hilton

    I have a small woodworking shop, where i would use this to hold measuring tools

  13. tess

    my husband would store his electrician toold in there
    tcogbill at live dot com

  14. dawn

    This would be perfect for small home jobs, as well as out on the road tools. Great for carrying some everyday tools such as screwdrivers, pliers, hammers,nails, etc.

    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

  15. Diana K

    I would love to give this to my hubby to see how he uses it. He is always there when someone needs a quick repair. Our oldest daughter has him jumping whenever we visit.

  16. Frederick Rotzien

    The bag would work well to hold my tools and I could find them

  17. I would keep everyday household tools in it under my cabinet!

    freebiegoddess03@aol.com

  18. Timbo

    That’s easy 😀 I’ll be using this beauty to contain and carry around my locksmithing tools 😀

    Key blanks, bump keys, lockpicks, etc. all those’ll be in there 🙂

    Please feel free to contact me at:

    allrightyes at gmail dot com

  19. Timbo

    I’ve Liked you on Facebook 😀

    Username: Contest Bloggy

    Please feel free to contact me at:

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  20. Timbo

    I just tweeted this giveaway here 😀

    https://twitter.com/#!/TimboSquad/status/56189533498249216

    Please feel free to contact me at:

    allrightyes at gmail dot com

  21. Theresa Jenkins

    I’d love to win this for my hubby whos been doing electrical wiring on the side for the past 30yrs and his bag looks it…thanks

  22. Theresa Jenkins

    ‘LIKE” Facebook Fan Page and Left a comment on wall

  23. Chelsei Ryan

    My hubby would store his HVAC tools in this…he would love it!
    pica_princess_88@yahoo.com

  24. Chelsei Ryan

    Like you on FB…Left Comment on This Post on FB.
    Chelsei Ryan
    pica_princess_88@yahoo.com

  25. evelyn

    My father would just love this bag

  26. David

    My tools need a snuggly home. Or a great tool bag. Which ever comes first.

  27. Nicole Sender

    I’d love to win this tool box for my husband who is working on home improvement projects this spring. His old tool box is falling apart and this would be a great gift for Father’s Day!
    Thanks for the chance to win!

  28. Nicole Sender

    Liked you on facebook and wrote a comment on your wall!

  29. Nicole Sender

    watched your video on YouTube and commented. Thanks! minibea12345

  30. tracy davis

    I would think this would make a good bag to keep my day-to-day tools in.

  31. Mary Elderton

    This would be for my woodworker husband who would carrythings like drills, planers, saws, screwdrivers.

  32. Denise B.

    I would store all my tools that seem to disappear and show up in places they shouldn’t be.

  33. Cindi

    My husband loves working with his hands! He values his tools and
    does most of our home maintenance, my 92 year old’s dads’ and
    church repairs… Jon would carry drills, screwdrivers, hammers,
    plumb line, etc.
    Again, many thanks to you!
    Cindi

  34. Cindi

    I “Like” you on Facebook and left a comment about this fabulous
    Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag!
    Thanks, Cindi

  35. I have NO idea what my husband would use this for….but I DO know that he would use it and he would LOVE it! Great Father’s Day gift to him!!

  36. JAMES P LYNAM

    I WOULD USE IT WHEN WORKING INSIDE AND OUTSIDE THE HOUSE.
    IT WOULD HOLD ALL THE TOOLS I HAVE AS I HAVE VERY FEW.

    HAMMER, SCREWDRIVERS, TAPE MEASURE RATCHET WRENCH, GLUE & KNIFE.

  37. MMW

    I need to upgrade my current tool bag. I would love to put all my general household tools in a bag like this!

  38. NICHOLAS ELIAS NIEVES

    I BE MOVING TO LAS VEGAS END OF MAY AND I NEED A TOOL BAG TO CARRY MY TOOLS WITH ME THAT ISNT AS HEAVY AS A METAL TOOL BOX

  39. Eric VanBrocklin

    Could really use this to organize a do-all bag.

  40. Joseph

    This tool bag look very well-thought out!

  41. Joseph

    I think this tool bag would be used for all my electrical tools, the small stuff.

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  43. I would give it to my fiancee as a gift, he works on Navy boats as a shipfitter, and his bags are constantly busting open on the bottoms from all of his tools, I buy him at minimum three bags a year.

  44. BILL FIEGEN

    Awsome, now this looks like the perfect bag for The Jack of All Trades.
    Everything ya need to take along just in case ya need it when you get
    to the job site. Don’t ya just hate it when ya get to the job & that one
    tool ya didn’t bring along is the one ya need now. I could definately use
    one of these.

  45. We have his and her tool boxes and both are overflowing with too much stuff including many little bags of labeled parts from the many things we’ve assembled over the last ten years. I’d combine and organize our stuff – do you think we’d get more stuff done around the house if we had this tool bag? Thanks for the chance!

  46. my husband is a roofer so it would be full of tools! Hammer, screws, nails, tape measure, drill, drill bits…you name it he needs it!

  47. Steve W

    I’d use it to replace my five gallon bucket that I currently carry my tools in.

  48. Jerrick

    I’d replace the hodge-podge of bags, buckets, and coffee tins that I currently use to store my tools!

  49. Betty

    I like how visible each tool is. Just saying, if I’m not sure what the tool is called I’d be stuck looking in every drawer of any tool storage chest. And those who do know the specific names are still at the mercy of whoever put a tool away in the wrong drawer.
    this tool bag would easily hold the array of tools we have in the basement and garage areas.

  50. Betty

    liked you on FB and posted on your wall about Veto Pro Pac toolbag
    betty dennis

  51. Betty

    Checked out your video and left a comment
    bettynj

  52. Ann Cuoncil

    My grandson is helping remodel my home and this would be very handy.

  53. Wendy McBride

    The Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag would be great for me to carry around the tools for household repairs………..basic screwdrivers,hammer, drill bits, drill,chisels, etc…

    wendym at cableone dot net

  54. Bill Fellner

    The Veto bag would be great to tote around thhek various tools needed when my 4 year old and I have to go fix something my dad “fixed”!

  55. kyle

    This looks like a LOT better tool carry system than I now use, which consists of a couple of plastic Post Office boxes and a bungee cord. As a bonus, people won’t expect to get their mail whenever they see me.

  56. mike

    I am a professional carpenter and would love to have this pro pac to get better organized and be able to work more efficiently. I would use this bag primarily for my finish tools, i.e chisels, scribes, 6″ combo square, and I’m sure I’ll find room for a few misc items as well. Thanks for the chance!

  57. Del Emory

    The Veto Pro Pac tool bag looks like a definite winner. Great, sturdy construction and tool pocket design that makes it easy to find and get to any tool you need. A terrific grab and go anywhere, in any weather, tool bag.

  58. Courtney

    I would give it to my hubby to use. He is always doind work around the house so this would be great for him!

  59. Johannah B

    I’d be using it for my DIY projects around the house. I am always having to go back to the tool box in the garage for one thing or another I forget. Keeping all the standard tools in the case, means I just need that… well, till I find out one is missing and have to trot back to the garage again!

  60. I’d be giving this to hubby to use in his hangar. He’s just started building airplane #2. I don’t know that they’re all called, but he’s got the normal measuring tape, tin snips, screwdrivers, etc. plus some specialized tools. I know he’d love to use this to stay organized!
    someluckydog at gmail dot com

  61. I like you on facebook (Cindy Brooks) and left a comment about the Veto Pro Pac LC Tool Bag.
    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tool-Box-Buzz/118019891590870?sk=wall#!/SomeLuckyDog/posts/161898957202963
    someluckydog at gmail dot com

  62. viewed thw YouTube video and left a comment (tinnypin)
    someluckydog at gmail dot dom

  63. Laurie23

    I would love to use this bag for all my oil painting stuff.

  64. stacy

    I am a beggining DIYselfer. Right now the tools I do have (hammers, screwdrivers, etc.) are all stashed in a bucket. I would love to have something to organize them.
    gingeroo616 at aol dot com

  65. stacy

    Like you on fb and left a comment.
    oursafehaven
    gingeroo616 at aol dot com

  66. I would give this to my boyfriend to carry his carpet, vinyl, and tile installing tools.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  67. Frank

    These are amazing bags! I’ve seen them at several home shows and I want one! I’ve been using old plastic bins and they don’t work well at all.

    I LIKED, Tweeted and left a message on Youtube. Thanks again!!!

  68. Paula Hafner

    My husband would store his main plumbing tools in it. It would be perfect to take on smaller jobs.

  69. amy d

    my husband just got a garage and he would love to store his basic tools in it
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

  70. amy d

    i like tool box buzz on fb
    amy16323(at)gmail(dot)com

  71. I would actually give this to my father…he would put all the common household tools in there

  72. Deborah R

    Hubby does all the home repairs plus restores gokarts as a hobby, and he needs something to keep the home repair tools seperate from the hobby tools (so he can find them). He’d fill it with wrenches and screwdrivers and hammers and blades and such.

  73. Daniel M

    perfect for my dad who’s always bringing tools up to the church to help out in a bucket

  74. shirley H

    this would be nice for my husband ,he is a carpenter and this would come in handy for him…

  75. Gaye M

    I’d give this to my husband who takes his tools off to different locations in an awkward old tool box. I’m sure he’d load it up with whatever he might need for someone’s specific project (plus all the other tools he “might” need).

  76. Melinda Gordon

    I would love to win this for my hubby. He is SUCH a hard worker. He is a journeyman carpenter and really needs a new bag for his tools. He works his tail off in the hot Florida sun and I am so proud of him and would be so blessed to win him something to bless him 🙂
    Thank you!

  77. My husband would use it to carry his HVAC tools in!

  78. Keith D

    I would use it to get my tools out of the bottom of my bucket.

  79. patricia

    This would be great for my dad who could use it around the house

  80. patricia

    Tweeted @pdiffy1991

  81. meme

    My dad is mr. fixit and he is always misplacing his tools I would love to have this so he can keep his hammers, crewdrivers, wrenches, tape measure etc. in it.

  82. Vicki D.

    If I won this, I would give it to my oldest son. He’s always doing projects around the house, working on his car, etc. How handy this would be for him to have everything he needs for the job right with him. Besides, he has a birthday coming the end of May, so this would make a wonderful gift.

  83. R Hicks

    I would use it when I do finish work in new construction

    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  84. R Hicks

    liked you facebook
    rich hicks
    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  85. R Hicks

    I watched the youtube video and subscribed to you. I love how well it is laid out to maximize the number of tools stored
    ardy22 at earthlink dot net

  86. Chrysa

    I would use it for remodeling tools.

  87. Gianna

    I would use it for household and outdoor tasks.
    Wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers, etc.

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