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I'm looking for the best tool roll for a quick travel tool kit to give as a gift. Canvas or other heavy duty materiel would work.

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asked Jun 03 at 13:19

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Well, maybe not as a gift, unless you dress it up a bit, but I made a tool roll from the cut-off part of a blue jeans pant leg. You can customize the length and the size of the slots. Remove one of the seams to use as a tie-strap and attach to the back side of the roll. Made mine for my car tools and it's still in use after 22 years.

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answered Jun 11 at 06:27

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I'm an espresso machine technician and we need to carry a lot of tools related to plumbing, electrical and water pressure. But carrying a 50 pound bag into a caffe does not always work and my old body rebels. I bought the Carhartt 10082201 Legacy Tool Roll, Black on a lark off amazon and it's great. It fits a small set of flared wrenchs, A fluke multimeter, assorted screwdrivers & plier, a scale and two crescents, it wraps up and easy to carry into jobs and I've found I rarely need my large bag.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00ES8L3V0/ref=oh_details_o01_s00_i00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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answered Jun 12 at 15:02

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