|W600 Black Wheeled Tool and Laptop Zipper Case: 9" H x 18" W x 13" D||13" H x 18" W x 9" D||11 lbs|
|Application:||All Purpose/ General Repair|
|Number of Pockets:||34+|
|Product Category:||Portable Tool Storage|
|Special Features Options:||Laptop Compartment, Rolling W/ Pull-Out Handle|
Questions & Answers
CH Ellis W600 Black Wheeled Tool and Laptop Zipper Case: 9" H x 18" W x 13" D
Well made toolcase.
RTR Business from Murrysville, PA– Verified Buyer
This is a replacement for another W600 that was over 6 years old and the zipper finally gave out. This is a very well made case. Be advised, this case does not come with pallats.
bag don't seem like it will last
rockero from United States– Verified Buyer
I read the reviews on this bag before I bought it and they said it was sturdy. I have to see this, as this bag don't look like it will last to long and for the price it would be a dissappointment. I'd been using it for almost two weeks now and already the handle jams up when I want to bring it down. From the first day the handle ddin't seem sturdy. The wheels are beginning to make a noise like a bell. I really hope that I'm wrong and that this bag will last a long time. I'm out on the field and commute through public transportation in NYC. Aside from that walking and pulling the bag is a big relief. With the pallets that I bought it lets me stay organized. A plus is that they have the parts to replace the wheels and handle that is if the fabric doesn't tear first.
What a Tool Bag
FORENSICATOR from South Florida
Overall a nice bag however, there is no padding in the bottom of the Laptop compatment. I had to add a stip of closed cell foam. The storage could be a little better configured but very well put together. It suits my needs for field response and is much better than all of the bags I've actually seen
CH Ellis - W600 Black Wheeled Roller Too
copycat from Sacramento, CA
I carry my copy machine repair tool and laptop in it. All though the CH Ellis W600 is better bult than the CH Ellis W550 I was a little disappointed in the wheels. They seem sluggish. A little WD40 seemed to help loosen them up. Another flaw was the plastic near the handle seemed to be warped and the zipper did not line up which made it a little hard to close; I'm not sure if the defect is the norm or an isolated case. Over all this is the only tool case that meets the standard I need to carry my work tools.
No parts & not happy at all
Xray Guy from New England, USA– Verified Buyer
I had the W 500 for 4 years and used it everyday for work..it lasted 4 years before the main zipper ripped. That was understandable being the way I use it/ So I bought the newest, heavy duty model. I immediately noticed it was much sturdier. Then 1 of the wheels started making noises and became "unround". I called CH Ellis only to find out THEY HAVE NO REPLACMENT PARTS (yet?) Apparantly they do not produce parts until they see what is going to break?? Not a smart policy. My options were to send the bag back and let them look at it and decide what to do. Now that would be fine if I could carry about 150 tools in my pockets while they analyze the wheel.
Anonymous from Ohio– Verified Buyer