I have one of those , it,s ok . I have started building my own tools and use them a lot more. Still looking for the unbreakable wooden shovel or axe handle. Plastic stuff is tough to hold when wet and mucky.
I always ask how it performs in the wet and muck. I live in BC we get lots of it. It's also from experience , I bought the first Cheeta Cycle Prowler in Canada back in the mid 90,s. Few rides in the muck and the pivot was seized up from the bushing expanding from water. Being a Cali built bike...
The real test for any fanny-pack design is how they fit when soaked to the bone in the rain. My current pack out of 4 different models I have tried. Is the only one not too sag down my ass like a droopie baby diaper.
So sorry to hear , she was a sweet heart , made my son a custom set of pads for him and his bike , he was 4yrs old at the time. I still have a few items of her,s . The shorts are too short to ride in , but still in killer condition.
Hazet makes some killer hammers , as a machinist I prefer their plastic tipped hammers. They work way better than any No bounce hammer. Wera makes some of the best Torx screwdrivers out there as well .
I want these may grab a set this weekend if I can find some local . Birdmanz or what ever the company is called has some nice looking tools as well.