A round-up of the three best Here's a comparison of the CLC 1539, the CLC 1537, and the Since I was seeking a bigger and more organized device, I decided on the 1539 due to its size and superior organization capabilities
The Husky was only in my hands for a very brief moment before I decided There didn't seem to be a lot of trouble. The bag could not be closed due to its 8 inches high. The bag was also different from what I was used to, being much harder and stiffer. While the 1537 bag had lots of capacity, it lacked a few features of the 1539 that I really liked, such as a large dual (front and back) organizational compartment and loops on the back for hammers/levels, etc. The 1539, which is incredibly heavy when you use its organizational features to its fullest, doesn't provide these two features so I would probably pick two of them vs. two of these if they did (and ideally an inch or two taller). While there are some obvious qualities of the 1539 (size, organization, quality), there are a few other ones that stand out as well. In addition to those mentioned above, there are others. In addition, there are the straps that prevent the zipper lids on the large compartments from completely tilting downward, keeping them in place and preventing the contents from spilling It's worth noting that pockets retain their full capacity despite the fact that behind or in front of them are filled with coins. My favorite thing about this bag is its size. In that sense, I am unable to give it a perfect score, since there are a number of things that can be improved, most of which should have been obvious from the outset. Listed below are some of my issues with this bag, and hence why I'm only giving it 4 stars (despite the fact that it's a really great Please note
- The tape loop is not present (although it can be easily added). I'm sorry. It is constantly in the way when accessing the main compartment, especially when it is attached to the shoulder strap. I'm sorry. It is nearly impossible to close the compartment flap on the inside thanks to the elastic loops at the top. Because of their size and the fact that they are right next to the zipper, they are only useful as I'm sure they're wonderful for people who find them useful in that regard, but they're just too restricted for my taste. Their depth and location should have been deeper and further down, instead of being so shallow. I'm sorry. To add to what has already been said In the area above the net pockets, there could be more pockets and elastic loops on the inside of the front and rear compartment flaps. I'm sorry. While the net pockets are ok (they could be a bit more elastic to keep items in place, but they're not bad), it would be nice if they had a zip closure. I'm sorry. If they were elastic, they would also be more useful and easier to use. I have a problem with fitting my ratcheting screwdriver wrenches into them. If only they were elastic, I would have no problem. I'm sorry. It's a common occurrence for zippers to stick. As a result of comparing the three bags, I've included several pictures, in the hope this will help others make a decision without having to test each one As well, there is some inconsistency regarding the dimensions of these bags, so I actually stuffed them up as much as possible with boxes before measuring the boxes to determine their true Also, I stuffed the two CLC bags with the same amount of tools so you can see the difference before and after, as well as show individual tools so you can see how large these bags are. Those pictures were taken when I received the bag for the first time. In addition to the worklight, I've added a Milwaukee 12V recip saw, a DeWalt 20V compact reciprocating saw, some hand tools, some screwdriver bits, a flashlight, some gloves, and a multi-tool. Certainly it won't close with all that in it, and I doubt you could carry it all, but you can. My plan is to pick up either another 1539 or a 1537 to split the tools between at some point. As far as the bag is concerned, the distance between the floor of the bag and the zipper is 15" (1539) and 13". The 1537 edition is titled "5" It won't close with something so tall The box height was pretty much limited to 25 inches I wanted to provide this measurement in case anyone needed it. Of course, tools could go higher than that in the center) but I thought it could perhaps be helpful for some. A height of 25" and a width of 7". Box 26" wide inside), it wouldn't close if the caliper stood up. As you can see in the third picture, where the Husky bag is clearly shorter, this is even more evident. It is clear from this picture that the 1539 is considerably taller and longer than the 1537 and really indicates the size difference between the two CLC bags. Immediately following are photos showing what an enormous difference the extra space makes, as everything fits more comfortably into the 1539 with extra The reason that this matters is because it causes them to lean and may cause them to tip if they are not loaded enough to compensate. Among the last two pictures you can see that the sides are nearly identical. For my use of this bag, it's essentially to contain most of the tools I need most frequently all in one place, so I can open the bag and either carry it to a room where I'm working or throw it in my car and go wherever I need it. It probably weighs over 50 pounds so it should not be carried around very much, which is a good thing since it cannot be carried around very much. I mentioned it before, as did others, that it's too easy to stuff this bag to such an extent that it becomes too heavy, but what is great about it is the fact that it organizes your tools so well. If CLC were to release a bag that is identical to the 1539 but in a size and shape closer to the 1537, I'd be quite pleased. After that, I would have two of them split my most commonly used tools so they would be easier to transport. case, depending on the number of tools you have and what you intend to use it for, neither of these bags will let you down. This is simply not true, in my opinion. My preference would still be to pick the CLC bag over the Husky bag, even if the price difference (not really much) was half as much as the difference between the two. Every single aspect of their operation is much better than ours. The money I would have spent would not only be worth it if I needed it again, but I would not even bother with a Husky, trying to find one that's almost as good for less, because they won't even come close.
| Sep 23, 2020