Tool Review: Veto Pro Pac Tech-MCT

A compact version of the Pro Pac MC, this tough toolbag offers organization and plenty of storage in a form factor that's grab-and-go ready

June 14, 2016
Veto Pro Pac Tech-MCT

Photos: courtesy ProToolReviews.com

All photos: courtesy ProToolReviews.com

I keep tools in my shed, tools in my shop, tools in my truck, and still more tools in the house. With tools everywhere, it’s important for me to have a bag that's ready to go when I am. Until now, that’s been a standard tool bag with everything mixed together, which limits both organization and access. The challenge for me was to see if the Veto Pro Pac Tech-MCT—a compact version of the Pro Pac MC—could get me better organization, plenty of space to store what I need, and a form factor that's “grab-and-go” ready.

The first thing to understand about the Tech-MCT tool bag is the layout. You have the front side, which houses pockets specifically designed for hand tools—wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers. They all fit in here with plenty of vertical space for long handles. The front cover also folds down and snaps to an open position so you can grab tools as needed without having to navigate the zipper each time.

For the full review and more, go to ProToolReviews.com.

The Veto Pro Pac Tech-MCT interior offers plenty of storage space for hand tools and plenty else.

About the Author


Excerpted from a review by Clint DeBoer, one of the founders of ProToolReviews.com, which publishes hundreds of tool reviews, product previews, and tool-related articles every year. The site's annual Pro Tool Innovation Awards recognize the year’s most innovative tools, accessories, and fasteners.

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