, which I purchased about two years ago. One of the many things I like about it is the fact that it has a place for just about every tool I want to carry with me.
And while there are a few things that stay in them it no matter what type of work I’m doing, I do swap some tools out depending on the task. The tools I mention include two that I always have on hand, plus a few others that show up as needed.
Pica Dry Longlife Automatic Pencil [https://www.pica-marker.com/en/pen/pica-dry]
7-Inch Channellock Diagonal Cutting pliers [https://amzn.to/3mdv7rr]
Shinwa Sliding T-Bevel square [https://amzn.to/3dtUFN4]
GVS Elipse NIOSH P100 respirator [https://amzn.to/3wjwEkv]
The Silky Gomboy folding saw [https://bit.ly/3dpgWMf]
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