Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag Giveaway

By Todd Fratzel on Giveaways, Tools & Products

Win A Veto Pro Pac Open Top Tool Bag!!

Over the last few months I’ve been testing and reviewing Veto Pro Pac Tool Bags. When I say these are the best tool bags that I’ve had the pleasure of using I can’t emphasize how good they really are!

If you want to read about these great bags then head on over to our tool site, Tool Box Buzz, and here,  for in depth reviews.

This month we’re going to give away a Veto Pro Pac OT-LC Open Top Tool Bag to one lucky winner.

How To Win

Trust me when I say this is certainly one of our best giveaways in terms of a high quality product that you’ll wish you owned much sooner. The OT-LC Model is perfect for contractors and DIY’ers who want to store their hand tools in a safe organized system.

The key to this tool bag system is high quality materials combined with a great design that utilizes vertical pockets to store any size hand tool in an organized fashion.

Veto Pro Pac OT-LC Tool Bag Features

  • Capacity to hold over 75 hand tools
  • Weatherproof Body Fabric (PVC impregnated 1800 denier)
  • Durable Waterproof Base (3mm thick polypropylene)
  • Heavy Duty Fastenings and Zippers (marine-proof riveta, industrial strength double nylon stitching and oversized zippers)
  • 5 year limited warranty
  • Retail Value of $144.95

How To Win a Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag

Would you like a chance to win your own Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag? There are FIVE different ways to enter this contest and you may enter each option once per household.


You maybe enter each one of the following 5 options once per household. PLEASE ONLY LEAVE ONE COMMENT, You can list all your entries and we’ll total them up. PLEASE DO NOT LEAVE Multiple comments.

  1. Leave a comment below telling us how you would use the Veto Pro Pac and what type of tools you’d be storing in it.
  2. Facebook – Visit our Facebook Fan Page and LIKE us. Leave a comment on the wall telling us what you think of the Veto Pro Pac OT-LC Tool Bag.
  3. Twitter – enter the following Retweet.
    RT @tfratzel Enter To Win Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag from #VetoProPac at
  4. YouTube – Go check out our YouTube Video Review and leave a comment.
  5. Blog About It – Lastly if you’d like a 5th way to enter why not blog about the giveaway and tell all your friends. Be sure to leave a link to this post so folks can find it and sign up!

Fine Print

Entries must be received by 11:59 PM EST on May 31, 2011. The winner will be announced on June 1, 2011.

Only residents of the U.S. are eligible. One entry per household per each method above for a maximum total of five. Spam entries will not be counted. Spam entries are determined at the sole discretion of Front Steps Media.

About the author

Todd Fratzel

I'm full time builder for a large construction company in New Hampshire. I run their design-build division that specializes in custom homes, commercial design-build projects and sub-divisions. I'm also a licensed civil and structural engineer with extensive experience in civil and structural design and home construction. My hope is that I can share my experience in the home construction, home improvement and home renovation profession with other builders and home owners. I'm also the Editor-in-Chief and Founder of Tool Box Buzz. Please feel free to contact me if you have any questions, suggestions or you'd like to inquire about advertising on this site.

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  1. Jay says:

    I have been eyeing these at home store. But the ones at the local home store aren’t this nice I think.

    I would use it as a regular ol’ tool box with hammers and wrenches and screwdrivers. The one I have now is big and plastic, and such a pain in the butt to get into and use that I forgo projects from time to time because of it…

  2. George says:

    I’ve seen many tool bags before and have had one. But they have been nowhere near this quality. I would use this to replace my primary tool boxes since it would give me faster and easier access to my tools.

    I have posted on your wall, tweeted, and commented on the youtube video.

  3. Adam Sheppard says:

    This is a wonderfully organized and strong bag that I could really use when working on the house I’ve moved into. It needs a lot of work and I don’t have a toolbox for the tools I need to do the work necessary for this older home.

  4. CMB says:

    +1 I do general technical work like wiring (UTP mostly) and computer repair so I need a variety of tools that generally aren’t heavy, but require frequent use. This looks like a great bag for me even though its designed for more of a tradesman. Thanks for the giveaway.

    +1 Just tossed a comment on your facebook wall (ChMcB)

    +1 tweeted here :

    +1 Commented on your youtube review as well (5th one)

    +0 I don’t blog.
    4 entries total. Thanks!

  5. Mike Whaley says:

    This tool bag could make any homeowners life more organized for sure. I know it’s designed for the pro but the Joes would love it as well… this case, no pun intended, the Mikes’

  6. Randy Hilton says:

    I Would use this to keep some tools handy in my truck.

  7. Martha says:

    I am an amateur home remodeller and always seem to find myself in the middle of a project two floors away from the right tool. Eventually I accumulate many small tools at the site of the project and they are all over the place. This bag would solve the disorganization problem for me and allow all my small tools to be toted at the same time to the same place. Sanity saved, project not postponed!

  8. JerryM says:

    I would use the tool bag to carry all my drills, saws and drill bits. I do a lot of custom audio and video entertaiment systems and the Veto Pro bag is just what I need.

  9. Adrian says:

    This bag would be great for keeping all of my screwdrivers, pliers and other hand tools organized that now have a knack for getting left around the house during projects.

  10. jeff_williams says:

    I’d use the bag as my mobile kit. Things I carry in my small kit currently… various sockets in organizers, ratchet, hammer, pliers, knife, flares, flashlight, crescent, screw drivers, bailing wire, and duct tape.

  11. Louise Brouillette says:

    I would store my regular household tools to make them more organized.

  12. vickie couturier says:

    1.I would use the Veto Pro Pac to store some tools im collecting so I will have my own kit an dont have to borrow from others
    2.Visited your Facebook Fan Page and LIKE commented
    4. left a comment on the youtube site vickiecouturier


  13. Margaret Smith says:

    My husband is a handyman & mechanic and usually works at other peoples homes or sometimes on the road. This bag would be perfect for him to take the tools that he would need for a particular job and bring it along with him. The type of tools he would be in the bag is depending upon what type of job he would be doing.

    2. I’m a Facebook friend (Margaret E. Smith) and commented on your wall.

    3. I’m a twitter follower (peg42)and tweeted:

  14. Israel Goldshmid says:

    I would use this spacious bag to transport tools from my home shop to my work because sometimes its easier than using a case

  15. Betty says:

    My husband would love to organize his DIY tools that are spread here and there between the garage and the house.

    +1 for basic comment
    +1 for FB like and comment on Veto Pro Pac post: betty dennis
    +1 for tweeting:!/bettycd/status/67703527643955200
    +1 for YouTube:and posted a comment – bettynj

  16. Derek S says:

    I’d use it on a decking project I haven’t started yet.

  17. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I asked my husband, a woodworker, who mentioned a hammer, chisel set, screwdrivers, and drill.

    I tweeted:!/mbm218/status/67768338713030656

    I checked out your YouTube video and realized that this bag is more flexible in it’s use than I originally thought! I subscribed to the channel while I was there (BethElderton)

  18. Teresa says:

    This looks like it would totally hold up to my “grab & go” life style!

  19. SANDY says:

    don’t have a toolbox- except a cardbox and would care for my tools by putting them in their special pockets

  20. Jen D says:

    I am hair dresser and do alot of work for the elderly most of them cannot drive so i drive to there homes and donate my services. I would fill the bag with hair dryers,irons,combs,hairspays,and nail tech tools.

  21. Erin M. says:

    1)I’d let my DIY-dad use this for all his home and garden tools he needs at his side!
    2)I LIKE Home Construction Improvement and left you a comment on Facebook (Erin Mize)
    4)Left a comment on your Veto Pro Pac Open Top Video! (username:erinxduh)

  22. Jerrick says:

    Great looking bag. I’m a DIY handyguy and would use this to cart around my essential tools. I too am torn between the open and closed top. Closed would be nice during transit. But open has its benefits as well; coiled romex, extension cord, etc.

  23. Denise B. says:

    I would use this for work around the house and would fill it with my screwdrivers, phillips heads, wrench, etc.

  24. A Henneberry says:

    Cutting & Scraping Tools (Hammers & Sets (31)
    Hand Tool Master Sets (Hand Tools – Miscellaneous (Hose Clamp Pliers (15)
    Inspection & Retrieval Tools Marking & Engraving Tools )
    Nut Drivers & Sets (Pliers (Pry Bars & Sets (Punch & Chisels Screwdrivers (Sockets, )
    Stud Removers Tape Measures Tapered Reamers (1)
    Taps & Dies )

  25. Deborah Rosen says:

    I’d use the tool bag for in-the-home tools that I frequently use to celebrate our home’s almost 100th birthday. :)


  26. jeff luedloff says:

    nice looking bag!!! It will work great to hold all my woodturning accesories. Chucks, sanders, tools….

  27. Jill L says:

    Well I would use it for a great Father’s Day gift. Would be great for his general tools. Just the other day, he called me from the church where he was doing some building and he needed a couple of things that he forgot. This would be perfect.

  28. Jill L says:

    ‘Like’ you on FB and left a message on your wall – Jill Lear

  29. Jill L says:

    Left a comment on the YouTube review (picklegirlable)

  30. JAMES LYNAM says:


  31. Sue D says:

    We are working on remodeling an old house and this would be perfect for all the tools we need.

    I left a comment on your YouTube video review.

  32. Marj M. says:

    I would gift this to my adult son who is always running back and forth from the garage to whatever project he is doing in the house. (Next is removing carpet and putting down the hardwood floor.)

  33. Debbie Welchert says:

    I would give this to my husband for a Father’s Day present and he needs one. Most of his tools are scattered all over the place. He would use it for all of his tools, pliers, hammer, screw drivers, tape measurers, etc.

  34. Debbie Welchert says:

    I liked you on facebook and left comment on wall/Debbie Welchert

  35. Daren says:

    This bag would be perfit for hauling my tools back and forth from my mother-in-laws house where there is always one more job to do.


  36. Rick Bryant says:

    I have a tool box loaded to the max. But it is huge and not easily accessible for quick tool responses. This is perfect for my kitchen/studio area. I can just reach for a single tool or grab and take the bag to work area needed. Drill and bits, hammer and screw drivers and tape measure and a pile of zip ties and wire. Nice!

  37. Julie says:

    I personally would not use this tool bag, I’d let my hubby handle all those interesting tools that go inside that help him complete his “honey do” list.

  38. Joyce Margo says:

    What a unique idea for Fathers Day

  39. Sylvia says:

    What a great bag! I would use it to store basic household tools and computer repair tools. Like you on Facebook as Sylvia Desnoyers Burke

  40. Pat says:

    Nice bag. My Dad would love something like this.

  41. Deborah says:

    My husband would be the one to use the Veto Pro Pac Tool Bag. He will make very good use of the bag. He is the ultimate handyman. He always has some sort of project going on. He has done it all. Just some of the things he has done since we have moved into our current home: Added a bathroom, built a sun room, remodeled the kitchen, built a deck, remolded the dinning room, put on a new roof(he had help from a few friends in case of bad weather), put in a sidewalk along the side of the house, rewired the house, installed a water softener, installed a water heater, put in a tile floor in the bathroom, laid hardwood flooring in the kitchen and dining room, hung wall paper, painting, and much much more. His current project is reinstalling our water spouting because the company pros did not install it right.

  42. tracy davis says:

    I would use this to keep some computer repair tools handy in my truck

  43. Kay M. says:

    My husband would use this tool bag at work. He is a telecommunications technician, and his other bag is worn out.

    Liked you on Facebook. Commented:!/klcmaher/posts/10150190559419917


    Subscribed to your YouTube, and left a comment (klcmaher)

  44. Kathleen says:

    Carting tools around in this would make it easier for me,the assistant on all home repair jobs.

  45. I’d use this great tool bag around the house. I’d keep lots of hand-tools (wrenches, screwdrivers, hammer, pliers, etc.) in it. FB Post!/fangirljen/status/70907655434158082 TWEET

    Commented on your YouTube video.

  46. bob fratzel says:

    this looks like a great bag to let my kids use when the borrow my stuff then maybe I could get most of it back and not find it buried in the yard a year or so later

  47. Courtney says:

    I would give this to my Mr. Fix It hubby. He would use it around the house I’m sure and carry his wrenches, hammer, etc.

  48. Mellissa C says:

    This would help organize my drill and bits.

  49. Patricia says:

    I would give this bag to my husband who would fill it up with tools like a hammer, screwdrivers, etc.

  50. Del Emory says:

    I especially like the quality material and toughness of this tool bag. The various pockets and compartments makes it easy to swap tools in and out depending on what chore or job I would be working at. Easy to grab and go and I think it has a place for a sandwich and bearclaw.

  51. Susan C says:

    I would give this to my boyfriend for Father’s Day for his floor installing tools.
    smchester at gmail dot com

  52. Frank says:

    I could really use this bag to hold all my plumbing tools. I’ve yet to find an effective tool bag and this one looks like it might be the ticket!

    I ‘LIKE” Facebook as well.

  53. Daniel M says:

    wanna win for my dad who’s always fixing things up the church and doesn’t have a good way to bring his tools

  54. Dwight says:

    This would be a great replacement for the tool box I inherited from my dad. I was on my way to a volunteer project when an unfortunate accident occured that destroyed the toolbox he had built. He would be proud that it was replaced with a high-quality tool carrier.

  55. Chad says:

    This would be great for drywall tools!

  56. wendy wallach says:

    I would give it to my husband and he would use it instead of the odd sized bags he is currently using to help organize all his tools in one place!

    madamerkf at aol dot com

  57. Brooke R. says:

    I would give this to my husband to store his tools in. He works as a Handyman and I am sure this would come in handy :) for him.


  58. melanie says:

    I would like to win this for my husband so he can put his carpentry tools in it for work. I like you on facebook (melanie Johnson) and tweeted:!/katekaboodle/status/75358554747453440
    Thank you!

  59. Marcus says:

    I’d give this great tool bag as a gift to an electrician friend who does nice things for us, and he can put whatever specific tools he uses that are necessary on the specific calls he makes.

  60. Diane Baum says:

    I would use it for home projects and it would hold things like my hammer, pliers, wrench…

  61. Shelley Mitchell says:

    We just bought a fixer upper house. So we could use almost every tool in this kit. This would be wonderful!

    msjem2001 at yahoo dot com

  62. Wendy says:

    I’d gift this tool bag to my husband to give him the freedom to move about the house and yard with his tools without worrying about losing anything! Would make a terrific gift.:)

    I Like you on Facebook (Wendy Elliott Lindsey) and have left a comment on my wall:

    I Follow you on Twitter (CakesAlive) and here’s my tweet:!/CakesAlive/status/75578841778749440

    welindsey (at) gmail (dot) com

  63. tomato says:

    I would use this to store our boat tools.

  64. Steve Stone says:

    i would give it to my husband for fathrs day

  65. I would use it to keep my around the house tools in. Hubby has a giant tool chest on wheels for his stuff. Mine are all in a tote bag.

  66. Jack Jackson says:

    All of my smaller toolboxes are the old metal kind with a tray. I’ve been looking at these new tool bags and like the organized style for better access. It looks like a positive move.

  67. susan smoaks says:

    i would use it to hold the tools that i have right now and can’t keep track of because they aren’t all in the same location!

  68. Rosey says:

    This would be for my father-in-law for Father’s Day and I’m sure he’d put all kinds of portable tools in there…wrench, screwdriver, hammer, and cell phone. Gotta have that last one so the Mrs. can reach him. he he he

  69. Rosey says:

    I like you on FB (Sarah Smile) and wrote on your wall.

  70. Vicki D. says:

    I would give this to my oldest son. He’s always working on cars and doing projects in the yard. He could carry all the items and tools in this that he would need to complete his job.

  71. Mary Gardner says:

    i give this to my son for him to store hand tools
    like you on fb as mary gardner and commented on the wall

  72. R Hicks says:

    I am planning on building a storage shed this summer and this would come in handy for sure.

    liked you fb and left comment!/permalink.php?story_fbid=10150205009849917&id=536212900


    left youtube comment ardy22221

  73. Gianna says:

    I would use it for wrenches, hammers, screwdrivers, etc.

  74. Darrin card says:

    I am a maintenance supervisor of a 264 unit property. We handle all types of issues from minor electrical and plumbing ti hvac repairs, to installing doors and cabinets. This requires us to carry many tools and be organized. I would have my Knipex Cobra pliers, Rockwell 12v drill, cartridge puller, multi meter, 6 in 1 screwdriver, nail set, tape measure, circuit tester, electrical tape, plumbers tape, plumbers putty, electrical strippers, gas line tape, co detector, and an assortment of screws, nails, washers, electrical fasteners, and other misc items.

  75. Stewart says:

    boy could I use one of these…

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