Fluke C550 Tool Bag
Fluke C550 Tool Bag is rated out of 5 by 5.
- Steel reinforced frame
- Rugged ballistic cloth with heavy duty hardware
- Large zippered storage compartment with 25 pockets
- Weather resistant
- Carry all your tools to the job
- One year warranty
Models: Fluke C550 Tool Bag
Reviews: Fluke C550 Tool Bag
Rated 5 out of 5 by DonH from FLUKE IS KING Before buying this FLUKE C550 PREMIUM BAG I had made the purchase of a new FLUKE T6-100 PRO and afterwards it was delivered to my front door as I bought it on-line from FLUKE and it was m replacement for mu older T5-600 and with the new upgrades and overall quality of the T6 I felt it needed a new tool bag of sorts worthy to carry it with equal quantities. Seriously though, FLUKE make premium products and I am a detail kinda guy and I appreciate the attention to details that FLUKE puts into design. The bag is heavy duty with a zipper to match this bag is of a large size and now holds my every day carry electrical tools.
Date published: 2022-10-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bill59 from Great Size And Construction Great Tool bag with enough room to carry meters and accessories. Well-constructed with plenty of room for what you need to carry.
Date published: 2022-02-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by Victim from Missing item! I ordered this bag & paid for it quite a few weeks ago, but have never received it. You keep sending me emails to review something that you failed to send me. So far, I’m out $100 for this bag & don’t have it!
Date published: 2021-02-12
Rated 3 out of 5 by school tech from good bag but after 2yr the shoulder strap broke good bag but after 2yr the shoulder strap broke. Maybe I carry too much. I have small tools a very small laptop and meter.
Date published: 2016-09-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by WackyD from Long lasting I received this very tool bag over ten years ago, at a company picnic. I love it and would definitely have bought it myself! Through all sorts of work conditions, it's still in amazing shape! The only probelm, after ten years, is that the netted pouches on the ends, inside and out, have ripped. That's to be expected after you pile hand tools in it for a decade. The material, the rest of the bag is made of, is seemingly bulletproof! I have had this thing stuffed to the gills for years. The steel reinforced bars that run along the zipper have held up really well, considering it has been overfilled most of its life. They're barely bent. That said, my only real complaint, is that its REALLY dirty haha. I came here looking for cleaning instructions and couldn't believe nobody has ever written a review for this!
Date published: 2012-10-13