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Veto Pro Pac OT-LC Review

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Little bag, big performance. See how I’ve set up my open top Veto Pro Pac to suit my finishing and painting needs.

We’ve all heard of The Little Engine that Could, well for Veto Pro Pac this is like the little bag that does! When compared to the rest of my Veto Pro Pac family, it certainly seems like the smallest of them (save for the MC, which is a totally different bag all together). But don’t let it’s smaller size fool you, it’s still a more than apt tool bag, not unlike the rest of the Veto Pro Pac lineup.

Measuring in at 9.5″ x 13.5″ x 12″ (handle down), the Veto Pro Pac OT-LC is a great size for any level of craftsperson. I’ve designed mine to be a finishing bag — painting, drywall repair, spackeling, etc. Since I have a fair amount of paint brushes, all which serve different purposes, it’s nice to have a bag like this to keep them all in and accessible.

Additionally the OT-LC boasts 36 tiered vertical pockets, four zippered flat pockets, a hand full of small/large D-rings and a stainless steel tape clip. For my purposes this bag has made an incredible finishing bag, but it would also be great as any other speciality use bag. I don’t think that this would make a great first-time Veto Pro Pac purchase, due to it’s size, but as an auxiliary bag to another, perfect. Don’t get me wrong, I’m not saying that it’s not a good bag, but if it were your first Veto bag, I’m afraid that it’d be quickly outgrown. That said, if you wanted a dedicated electrical or plumbing bag, this would be perfect.

For more information about the Veto Pro Pac OT-LC, and all their other amazing bags, pouches and totes, check out their website.

 


All photos taken with the FujiFilm X-E2 (18-55mm & 55-200mm lenses)

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Frank Kecseti is the twenty-something maker and mastermind behind the blog Glued-N-Screwed. As a newly-minted fiancé, he also finds himself in the middle of a DIY lifestyle filled with “Honey, I’ve got an idea!” Passionate about resurrecting old tools and repairing things around the house (that weren’t necessarily broken to begin with), he relies on a mix of instinct, curiosity and guidance from the old pros to take his projects over the top.
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