SOLD OUT [EDC] Multi Purpose Tactical Tool Roll

BigT

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As I was testing I came up with what I'm calling the "Stock Roll" for the Tool Roll and that's just how it arrives rolled 3 times and buckled. So I just wondered what this rolls capabilities were. Mainly I wanted to see how small I could roll it. I was thinking what if I wanted to use it without the zippered pockets and only had small thin tools to carry. What I found was really cool!!! The Tool Roll rolled smaller than most newspapers. This was more of I was inquisitive and inquiring minds wanted to know.
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BigT

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Another one of those just had to see for myself kind of tests. This Tool Roll is really cool. I just wanted to see if I could find something that wouldn't work or find something that led me to some suggestions. This time I grabbed some large camp items. Every camper needs a multi tool tomahawk hatchet as well as some rope like 200' of it. Like I said I just wanted to see.

As you can see below I have my 2 ropes, multi hatchet and yes this Tool Roll rolled up and buckled. What did you expect?
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BigT

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This test was pure and simple to attach Tool Roll to Pack. Strap & Snap Molle attachment as easy as all 1TG products. When Dean is referring to size, if he is referring to width I can understand his point. Especially if he primarily intends on using on his pack camping/hiking. For me, I love the size, but for a different reason. From the beginning I stated I didn't want this for camping/hiking but for specialty tools and it works great. I'll get to that review later. The reason I like the size is the ability to use both sides of the board so to say. More bang for your buck, but completely understand the other side of the equation.

Attachment led me to a suggestion: I'd suggest 2 "D" Rings or "V" Rings whichever is easier for 1TG to get. If someone loads this down my concern is that the standard strap & snap may pop & come undone. On my pack I was only able to attach the straps through one piece of webbing. I really would have preferred two, but the area where I had space, the spacing did not match for two. The other option at the bottom where sleeping bag, tent, bed roll typically go would have worked perfectly but would have required D-Rings. I just think D-Rings would be more durable under weight.

Also D-Rings open up the uses. At first I only wanted one of these for my RC tools. Now I want one for my recreational vehicle and one for my boat. My buddy saw and wants one for his boat, motorcycle, atv, etc.
 

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BigT

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So this is why I wanted this Tool Roll. Since my med issues my Doctors told me I need to get into some hobbies. One of the hobbies a friend got me into is RC Trucks. I thought he was nuts & before I knew it I was hooked. I now build my own, repair my own, everything. Given that I have a lot of tools & the majority are specialty tools that I don't want just anyone in the house grabbing to use to bang around with.

Anything with the word RC or Hobby on it is expensive. I've been looking for about a year now for a tool storage solution. You can't just use a toolbox or I'd be set. The hex bit drivers have to remain square & sharp or you'll strip a screw & the screws are tiny. Anyway this 1TG Tool Roll looked perfect I just needed to test it.

So you'd think the first test I'd do would be on the RC tools. But no, after getting the Tool Roll & seeing how Awesome it is I didn't want to be disappointed so I've been waiting. I couldn't wait any longer. I tested. I again didn't even organize the way I would for final state. I was absolutely amazed at how many tools it held, how well the tools were held, how much more room there was, both pockets were completely empty, I even put a tool kit in the kit in & it all rolled up & buckled perfectly. I could have even put my small drill/driver in the roll with ease. Can you even believe how small it all rolled up? I have multiple sets of hex & nut drivers, wrenches, etc.
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This Tool Roll is so versatile, it looks like it will be as durable as all 1TG products are, & it looks BADASS!!! It almost looks like a old army bed roll when empty except black instead of green. It's so easy to clean. It can be vacuumed &/or wiped out with wet rag. This Tool Roll is so COOL! I'm calling it the 1TG Assassin or Ninja Tool Roll! Assassin because it KICKS ASS!!! Ninja because you don't know what weapons/tools are hiden underneath.

Suggestions:
  1. Stronger, Bigger, Wider Handle
  2. D-Ring Attachment Points added by Molle Straps & Snaps
  3. Color Coding for Load Bearing Area
  4. Name: Assassin Tool Roll or Ninja Tool Roll
 

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This test was pure and simple to attach Tool Roll to Pack. Strap & Snap Molle attachment as easy as all 1TG products. When Dean is referring to size, if he is referring to width I can understand his point. Especially if he primarily intends on using on his pack camping/hiking. For me, I love the size, but for a different reason. From the beginning I stated I didn't want this for camping/hiking but for specialty tools and it works great. I'll get to that review later. The reason I like the size is the ability to use both sides of the board so to say. More bang for your buck, but completely understand the other side of the equation.

Attachment led me to a suggestion: I'd suggest 2 "D" Rings or "V" Rings whichever is easier for 1TG to get. If someone loads this down my concern is that the standard strap & snap may pop & come undone. On my pack I was only able to attach the straps through one piece of webbing. I really would have preferred two, but the area where I had space, the spacing did not match for two. The other option at the bottom where sleeping bag, tent, bed roll typically go would have worked perfectly but would have required D-Rings. I just think D-Rings would be more durable under weight.

Also D-Rings open up the uses. At first I only wanted one of these for my RC tools. Now I want one for my recreational vehicle and one for my boat. My buddy saw and wants one for his boat, motorcycle, atv, etc.
So the idea is to add attachment points to each Molle Straps & Snaps?

The other option at the bottom where sleeping bag, tent, bed roll typically go would have worked perfectly but would have required D-Rings.
D ring added at the bottom of the tool roll?
 
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So the idea is to add attachment points to each Molle Straps & Snaps?



D ring added at the bottom of the tool roll?
Rin first off welcome and pleasure to meet you. Andy just introduced me to you through one of our PM chats regarding one of the Design with me projects I'm working on that I will now be working on with you.

So the idea is to add attachment points to each Molle Straps & Snaps? My suggestion was you might want to look into adding 2 D-Rings as an additional attachment method to what I'd call the attachment area or around the Molle & Straps & Snaps.

D ring added at the bottom of the tool roll? All I was saying here is that on the pack I tested attaching to, it has a setup already for a bedroll, sleeping bag, tent, etc. at the bottom of the back. There is no Molle or any way to attach the Tool Roll in this location on this pack. I was simply pointing out that the addition of D-Rings would open up another mounting point/option on my pack and I'm sure on other packs out there. I was not suggesting a D-Ring be added to the bottom of the Tool Roll. I have to apologize. I type like a talk a pretty bad combination of what a lot would argue is even English. If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me for additional information or for me to describe better.

If this does not answer your questions just give me a shout back and I'll try again. Look forward to working together. Nothing like a Mad Cat to be working with a Big Dog! Haha!!!
 

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Rin first off welcome and pleasure to meet you. Andy just introduced me to you through one of our PM chats regarding one of the Design with me projects I'm working on that I will now be working on with you.

So the idea is to add attachment points to each Molle Straps & Snaps? My suggestion was you might want to look into adding 2 D-Rings as an additional attachment method to what I'd call the attachment area or around the Molle & Straps & Snaps.

D ring added at the bottom of the tool roll? All I was saying here is that on the pack I tested attaching to, it has a setup already for a bedroll, sleeping bag, tent, etc. at the bottom of the back. There is no Molle or any way to attach the Tool Roll in this location on this pack. I was simply pointing out that the addition of D-Rings would open up another mounting point/option on my pack and I'm sure on other packs out there. I was not suggesting a D-Ring be added to the bottom of the Tool Roll. I have to apologize. I type like a talk a pretty bad combination of what a lot would argue is even English. If you ever have any questions please do not hesitate to ask me for additional information or for me to describe better.

If this does not answer your questions just give me a shout back and I'll try again. Look forward to working together. Nothing like a Mad Cat to be working with a Big Dog! Haha!!!
Haha! Thank you soooooo much for ur answer! Understand now! We really want to obtain and combine good ideas from you folks as much as we can to create a good product! /:funnyIf any questions, I definitely will ask you 4 we treasure this kinda cooperation/cocreation with u so much.
 
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Dean Cattell

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Some great suggestions and pics of the tool roll in use. As I mentioned previously, for my use I would like to see a smaller version. I think from the original suggestion and subsequent prototype, you have made a product that could be put to great use. I’ve attached another picture that shows a little more detail of what I included: 100 feee Paracord, carabiner, three knives, multi tool, field saw, glow sticks, small shovel, water proof capsule, headlamp, two flashlights, lighter, ferro rod, sharpener, hatchet and a grill. From the picture you can see that five inches is not being utilized (from the edge of centre sleeves to the edge of the tool roll). There were three to four sleeves not in use and still lots of room in the pockets for more gear.

Quality is second to none ( no surprise) and I think that this size meets the needs for the original suggestion. If there is appetite to make a smaller version as I’ve mentioned it would be a great kit for packing and organizing a lot of items that one takes on outdoor adventures.
Side note: this smaller version would work great to hold the attachment items for the waterproof capsule that I’ve suggested in a different post.
Side note: I found that if you pack the bigger/bulkier/ heavier items close to the handle section, it rolls up smaller and keeps the weight closer to the attachment points. BC8C5514-B49B-4854-9759-5DD37E2DE29A.jpeg
 

BigT

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Haha! Thank you soooooo much for ur answer! Understand now! We really want to obtain and combine good ideas from you folks as much as we can to create a good product! /:funnyIf any questions, I definitely will ask you 4 we treasure this kinda cooperation/cocreation with u so much.
Rin - No problem whatsoever & please do not hesitate to ever ask. If I can help I'm more than happy & if I cannot add value I'll let you know that upfront as well. I'm recently disabled & unable to work, so helping you guys out gives me something to do, which is a good thing.
 
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Rin - No problem whatsoever & please do not hesitate to ever ask. If I can help I'm more than happy & if I cannot add value I'll let you know that upfront as well. I'm recently disabled & unable to work, so helping you guys out gives me something to do, which is a good thing.
Definitely will! Sorry to hear that. Take care BigT! ;)
 

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Hey guys, This Tactical Tool Roll is eventully released! Please check the link provided below.
We will provide 3% of the sale as commission to @CommonFamilySurvival at the end of each month. We will take 3 months to see the reaction of the market. Looking forward to its performance.

This is the first gear we created together!
Turely appreciate all the efforts you guys did for it!

 
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Andy Z.

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Hey guys, This Tactical Tool Roll is eventully released! Please check the link provided below.


We will provide 3% of the sale as commission to @CommonFamilySurvival at the end of each month. We will take 3 months to see the reaction of the market. Looking forward to its performance.

This is the first gear we created together!

Turely appreciate all the efforts you guys did for it!

Historical Moment!(y)
 

Dean Cattell

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