Veto Pro Pac XXL-F Tool Bag Review

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Veto Pro Pac XXL-F


Manufacturer: Veto Pro Pac
Model number: XXL-F
Price: $250
As many of you know I’ve been testing Veto Pro Pac Tool Bags over the last few months and I’m really impressed with them. They recently sent me one of their largest bags, the XXL-F to evaluate. This bag offers a much longer base which allows larger tools like framing squares, short levels and even hand saws to be easily transported.

Some of the features of this tool bag are:

Rugged Construction

  • Weatherproof Body Fabric (PVC impregnated 1800 denier)
  • Durable Waterproof Base (3mm thick polypropylene)
  • Heavy Duty Fastenings and Zippers (marine-proof riveta, industrial strength double nylon stitching and oversized zippers)
  • 5 year limited warranty

Maximized Storage Capacity

  • Tiered pockets of varying sizes
  • Numerous zippered pockets
  • Outside-mounted stainless steel tape measure clip
  • Patented sturdy center panel design divides bag and creates two identical storage bays

Ergonomic Design

  • Comfortable, over-molded ergonomic grip
  • Non-slip, extra wide padded shoulder strap
  • Hinged handle design

Veto Pro Pac XXL-F – The Big Dog!

The XXL-F is what I’d call the big dog! This bag holds so many tools that I might need a forklift to move it from job to job! This is the bag that best suites someone in the framing business (in my humble opinion). It can hold a huge assortment of hand tools, small power tools and even small hand saws and levels.

Shown above is one side of the bag which has the familiar pockets and zippers that most Veto Pro Pac bags have. There are an assortment of pockets for large and small tools. These pockets work great for pliers, wrenches, screw drivers, nail sets, pencils, markers, small levels, and most any hand tool.

The other side of the bag (shown above) includes an open large pocket where you can store small cordless tools, hammers, saws, even a framing square. You can see my framing square protruding up through the bag. The end of it is covered with a “sock” that comes standard with the bag. It helps protect your framing square from damage. As you can see I have three 18 volt drill/impact drivers in the bag, a hammer, staple gun, boxes of deck screws, framing square and a short 2′ level down below.

For me this is the perfect tool bag. I can put all my hand tools on one side, several key cordless tools on the other including a hammer, level and square. What more could you ask for right?

The outside of the bags offer several features including a place for tape measure, hooks for attaching hanging tools, large pockets for blades, drill bits and other sharp objects.

Final Thoughts

Veto Pro Pac Tool Bags are made from great materials, tons of great pockets and frankly some of the best tool bags I’ve ever used. I highly recommend these tool bags for all trades including carpenters, electricians, plumbers, masons, floor setters and many more.

This bag is priced around $180 and while that might seem expensive I’m sure that it will last longer than most of the tools in that bag! If you’re interested in buying one of these online check out the following link:


About the author

Todd Fratzel

Todd Fratzel is the Editor-in-Chief and Founder 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 Home Construction & Improvement.

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  1. Kylie


    1. Todd Fratzel

      Believe it or not, that review is almost 6 years old! That’s what the bag used to cost. We’ll update the article accordingly. They are great bags though!

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