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The TP3 is a clip-on diagnostics bag designed to hold a meter and a variety of tools. When not in use it can clip onto any model Veto tool bag’s tape clip or D-Rings. It features 15 pockets of various sizes that will accommodate the most commonly used tools to diagnose and repair problems on service calls.
Veto Pro Pac Tool Bags Product Care and Maintenance
Keep the Zippers Clean & Lubricated
Over time, dirt and grit will “clog” the zipper coils preventing them from staying closed. To keep this from happening, clean and lubricate your zippers twice a year (more often if you work on a job site with a high amount of airborne debris). To clean the coils: Scrub them with soapy water; a tooth brush works very well. After scrubbing the coils, blow them out with an air hose to dislodge any other fine grit that didn’t dislodge with the brush. To lubricate the coils: Apply a silicone spray, beeswax or a zipper lubricant.
Protect the Zippers From Sharp Objects and/or Excessive Heat
Any sharp object or heat source is capable of permanently damaging the zippers. Once a zipper coil is cut or singed the zipper will not function and in most cases is not repairable. Most of the cut zipper coils we see are the result of sharp tools stored inside the bag with the sharp side facing up. Make sure to keep the sharp edges of your tools facing down in your bag and away from the zipper coils.
Don’t Overstuff the Bag
Overstuffing your tool bag will very likely cause significant stress on the zippers that is above and beyond what the bag was built for and will eventually cause the zipper(s) to separate. If you have to work hard to close your zipper(s), your tool bag is most likely overstuffed…proceed with caution!
"Love your bags, one of the few things worth the money! Your new tool pouch (TP3) is a perfect complement to my LC bag; I can take a few tools and a meter on a quick service job with a high quality Veto Pro Pac product. Keep up the great work."
"I have to say your service is extremely good, to me good after sales service is very important. It's a strong buying point for me. I'm also very impressed with both bags I purchased, the smaller bag (TP3) that clips on the side is a very good idea. Just chuck what you want for the immediate job in from the XL bag and away you go. They are the best pair of tool bags I've ever had (I have over many years used at least twelve other types)."
"The pouch is actually perfect for me, it was exactly what I was looking for. I haven't gotten a chance to use it on a job yet, but I have loaded it up a couple different ways and found a way that I like best. It works excellent as an "essential tools" pouch, a first line of defense so-to-speak. It'll be what I carry into a commercial or residential job to get going. I won't be carrying a meter in it since I find the space better used for other hand tools, I keep my meter in my LC bag and then I usually just throw it in my back pocket when needed.
There are other similar pouches out there, but none of them are designed like this and none of them have the quality feel to them. I don't mind paying $45 for this because I know it will last a lot longer than the competition. Besides, a Klein cordura pouch costs $45 anyway and I never got longer than a year of use before multiple rips and holes formed.
The bits pocket in the front is a great idea as well. No longer do we need to carry around the infamous Altoids tin to hold our small bits and drivers. I also like this small pocket because it'll let me safely store any small item, such as an end-of-line resistor, some extra screws, etc."