A Consider factors such as the size and capacity required, the durability and quality of materials, the number and arrangement of pockets and compartments, the level of organization you desire, and any specific features you may need (e.g., waterproofing, padded interiors, customizable dividers).
A Not all tool bags are waterproof. However, there are specialized waterproof tool bags available that are designed to repel water and protect your tools from moisture. These bags often feature water-resistant materials, sealed seams, and water-resistant zippers.
A The lifespan of a tool bag depends on factors such as the quality of materials, frequency of use, and level of wear and tear. A well-made and properly maintained tool bag can last for several years, but it's important to regularly inspect and replace any worn-out or damaged parts to ensure optimal functionality.
A Tool bags can accommodate a wide range of tools, including hand tools (screwdrivers, wrenches, pliers, etc.), power tools, measuring instruments, small parts, and accessories. The specific tools you can store will depend on the size, design, and compartments of the tool bag.
A There is no comparison between the result measured by the DL4179 laser range finder and that measured by the steel tape measure. The flexible rule also has measurement errors. There are also differences between different surfaces being measured.