[Prime only] Stanley 195611 Fatmax Tool Backpack, £18.50 @ Amazon
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[Prime only] Stanley 195611 Fatmax Tool Backpack, £18.50 @ Amazon

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Found 15th Sep 2017
Stanley FatMax Tool BackpackThis Stanley FatMax backpack is made of heavy duty 600 denier fabric for long lasting durability. It features rigid waterproof plastic base which protects the back pack and its contents against dirt and moisture. Thanks to its rigid form design, the backpack can stand in an open position enabling easy access to all tools.

This back pack’s design features back support system and air mesh shoulder straps ensuring ergonomic and convenient carriage.

It features a removable divider with multiple pockets and tool holders for a wide variety of tools, including longer tool on the side, such a level. It also offers storage option for a power tool or laptop thanks to a separate and strong compartment. The backpack opens from every end thanks to a double zipper, making it more convenient for user to access tools with less
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Shengis1 h, 23 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......

Saves on school name labels if your kids called Stanley. Or if it's a chubby kid called max.
Shengis46 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......


Laptop bag you can keep a hammer in, for when technical things go wrong?
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Just had a camel alert on this myself, bargain!
Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.

Discuss......
Shengis46 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......


Laptop bag you can keep a hammer in, for when technical things go wrong?
Shengis1 h, 23 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......

Saves on school name labels if your kids called Stanley. Or if it's a chubby kid called max.
Absolute bargain normally £40 plus
For the People that don't understand the use it's generally used for building site/maintenance workers
Just got a camel camel alert on this, I've been looking at these for a while, absolute barfaun
darksideby18216 m ago

For the People that don't understand the use it's generally used for …For the People that don't understand the use it's generally used for building site/maintenance workers


I suppose if you had a toolbox in each hand and still needed extra space it would be useful. What i'm thinking though is having that on your bask would affect mobility, its easier to move your arms to get through an area than try to squeeze through with a backpack if you see what i'm saying?

Also to consider, when the zombies attack it takes almost zero time to drop a toolbox and give it legs, I think they'd be all over you before you got the backpack off
I use this for my work for carrying about various tools and essential items. It's strong, sturdy, and quite roomy. At that price it's a bargain.
I purchased one of these just over 19 Months ago at the full price, use it almost every day to carry my tools for work and it still look almost new.

Well worth it at full price, a total steal at this price.
Annoying that it's limited to prime. Shame.
Price:£35.99 & FREE UK delivery
Not so much a bargain anymore.
It's still £18:50
£18.50 is the price for Prime members.
Shengis14 h, 14 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......


Ideal for me. Telephone Engineer needs a laptop and certain tools on site. Get through a rucksack every couple of years
18.50 in other sellers section which is bit lower down the item description. But expected delivery 1-2months
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got one of these a year or two back. great bit of kit.. 100% rating from me.. margin.
Shengis16 h, 30 m ago

Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp …Trying to think of a practical use for this and failing. Building a camp in the wilderness, best I can come up with. Did think roofing but a tool belt would cover that.Discuss......


Erm... its for keeping tools in.
fireman115 h, 59 m ago

Saves on school name labels if your kids called Stanley. Or if it's a …Saves on school name labels if your kids called Stanley. Or if it's a chubby kid called max.


My friend named their son Stanley Max, they didn't realise what they had done until we told them when he was 1!!!
Just got one @£18.50 with Prime,don't mind waiting a while for delivery.
To the OP, thanks for sharing.
For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox (hotukdeals.com/dea…015) through Amazon Prime with 1-2 month delivery on July 8....I'm still waiting for it, with regular updates from Amazon saying its delayed.
TerryFen9 h, 23 m ago

For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox …For info I ordered the £11 Stanley toolbox (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stanley-195617-metal-plastic-toolbox-26-inch-11-prime-exclusive-amazon-1-2-months-delivery-2776015) through Amazon Prime with 1-2 month delivery on July 8....I'm still waiting for it, with regular updates from Amazon saying its delayed.

I ordered mine on the 27th of June and it was delayed a few times but it came on the 30th of august it was a ball ache
I've had one of these for two years and it's been faultless. I now use it for power tools and check it in at airports and not one rip or tear in two years...
Mines 'preparing for dispatch' and arriving tomorrow apparently
I've just received an alert that the price is now back at £18.50.
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