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Tool box on wheels with telescopic handle

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by aafke51, Mar 30, 2011.

  1. aafke51

    aafke51 Member


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    I am looking for a good "tool box on wheels" with a telescopic handle that will hold a Hadewe Helius 40 drilll plus all my other tools used for mobile foot care. I make home visits and need something that will store all my supplies. Any suggestions? I live in Canada.
     
  2. digit

    digit Member

    I work in nursing homes in Oz and use a carry on type suitcase and find it works really well. Look for the variety with 4 wheels rather than 2 as this prevents it from falling over with the weight of instruments and drill. Choose one with plenty of pockets for gloves, dressings etc. I found this was the most cost effective option also as, as soon as you add 'medical' or 'health' branding to anything it significantly multiplies the $$$.
     
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