If You Want To Keep Your Tools Organized, Try These Ryobi Storage Solutions

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One of the surprising omissions from Ryobi’s tool storage lineup is the simple, traditional toolbelt. This might not, at first, seem like a storage solution at all, but just a place to keep things while you’re working with them, but most toolbelts hold sets of tools that you don’t remove and organize at the end of the day, and then move back into the toolbelt and organize again tomorrow. Ryobi seems to have recognized this habit, but has steered away from belts and toward something more practical: the soft-sided tool bag. They can be hung and tossed about as easily as a belt full of pouches, but the tool bag acknowledges another truth of storage: You don’t want to carry everything around all at once, so it makes sense to leave certain sets of tools together in a toolbox, bag, or tote.

Ryobi sells tool totes in a number of formats, including open totes in two sizes (13- and 18-inch) that come in five widths (from 6 to 15 inches) and 17 or 18 pockets, as well as larger 42-pocket totes with zippered top closures. These bags have a high denier rating (think of denier as a system for telling you how heavy duty canvas fabrics are) for abrasion resistance, as well as a molded base for structure and more durability, and padded shoulder straps. They’re so handy they made our list of Ryobi products to consider even if you’re not in the market for tools.

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