Despite what I show you guys on social media and my youtube channel, what I do is much more than river tables and live edge slabs. While a good chunk of my job is spent getting my hands dirty (or commentating a 25-box build with a taxidermy deer), a lot of my job actually occurs on the go.
Whether I’m heading to a client’s office to plan out a build and get measurements or working on the digital side of my blog with my man Sam, I consistently find that I’m using my phone and laptop to get the job done. Remembering to bring along a computer, tape measure, sketchbook, business cards, and more while leaving the workshop has proven to be a struggle for me in the past, and carrying a purse just isn’t my style (but we’ll see what fall fashion has in store for me).
Luckily, the Home Depot came to me just in time asking me to try out the Husky Pro Mobile Office Organizer in the nick of time before heading out to some on-site meetings. This thing is super convenient and allows me to bring along everything I need with ease. Check out the specs and let me know what you guys think!
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I know what you’re thinking here; John, why don’t you just get a backpack? While a backpack is a great idea for school girls and nerds, I always knew I could do better, and the Husky Pro Mobile Office allows me to do just that.
Just a little larger than a small cooler (12.5 in X 16 in X 14.5 in), the Husky Pro Mobile Office is the water-resistant organizer for everything you may need while heading to a job site or meeting as a builder. It’s made with 1680 Denier material to withstand brutal conditions and padded dividers to fit my laptop or tablet while heading over to a meeting. While I don’t always find myself trekking through storm conditions and mud on my way to work, you never know what could happen. This is Western Pennsylvania, after all.
When I’m heading out to meet with a client before designing a project, I like to take along anything and everything I’ll need for the job. I bring my laptop to act as a digital portfolio, a tape measure for getting my dimensions down-pat, a sketchbook, a few pencils, a drink, and a snack -- the whole nine yards. The Husky Pro Mobile Office has two water bottle pockets, 3 pockets, pencil slots, and plenty of lockable zippers for the interior space to prevent theft.
What comes in handy for me when driving is the hard top -- something a backpack simply doesn’t bring to the table. Great for jotting down notes to myself after taking a call in the trunk or grabbing a quick lunch on the go, this smart feature of the Husky Pro Mobile Office really keeps me moving.
When it comes to the Husky Pro Mobile Office, I truly had no idea how much I needed it until I started using it. Rather than juggling a laptops case along with the tools and materials I need while heading out to a meet, I now have one easy bag that allows me to move from home to the workshop to the job site with ease. This bag is roomy, versatile, and designed to survive the conditions of any worksite, which is why I cannot recommend it enough.
What I do means a lot to me. My career is so much more than a hobby that I make money from; it’s a daily grind, a hustle, and something I’m truly passionate about. Proving to my clients while entering a meeting or job site that I’m professional, prepared, and extremely talented has always been a mission of mine, and the Husky Pro Mobile Office Organizer allows me to do all of this and more. This thing has taken my game to the next level, which is why I think it’s a great purchase for anyone looking to enhance their professional side in the building and construction industry.
Thanks for checking out this tool review! If you liked it, be sure to check out some of the other recent reviews and let me know what you think:
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