Bailey Waterproof Drain Rod Carry Case
too small very thin.
I bought one of these. at first I was happy with it.. It lives in the back of my van... only had it a few months and its fallen to bits at the bottom ( where you would put it down. Now the rods fall out through the holes.
Cheap bag, but cheap quality too. I cant honestly say I got value for money...
There MUST be better ones out there.
Wont be buying another.
27 Mar 2015
Its a carry case
What can you say - it's a case and it's used for 'carrying' (drain rods) in.
It easily fits the set of Black Bailey drain rods in, along with the screw, plunger and you can squeeze the 'drop scraper' in as well, if you do as I did and purchase one of those separately.
I'm sure it will be just fine being stored in a garage, or shed and brought out once in a blue moon for domestic drain unblocking use.(but so would a plastic carrier bag ! (Except, of course, you might have difficulty finding a carrier bag the right size).
Not sure how 'durable' the case would be if you are a contractor that throws it in the back of a van on a daily basis, but for Â£7.99 it seems 'reasonable' for DIY use
27 Nov 2014
Seems fit for purpose
I read the reviews before buying this product and the poles.
I've only had it a couple of days so can't really say much about reliability but seems strong and has enough space for the heads that came with the poles without any trouble. Could do with separate pocket for ends
Bag would do for householder or occasional use, not sure how it will last in the back of a busy van
24 Oct 2014
The cover split on its 1st day of use it does not have the strenght to withstand being carted ariund in a works van
20 Nov 2013