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  • Writer's pictureSam Horder

Product Review: C.K Magma Technician’s Wheeled Case MA2650

With my old tool bag coming to the end of its life with pockets wearing through, zips breaking, and seam splitting, I thought it was time for a change. Having used C.K Magma bags in the past, it was the obvious place to start: they are user-friendly, hard-wearing, and portable.

As I suspect with many trades, there is never enough room for all the tools required. This is certainly the case with me, and it doesn’t matter what I remove from the bag, it never seems to get any lighter (probably because something else gets put in there)!

This is where the C.K Magma Tool Trolley comes in. For starters, it has wheels, so less carrying is required, thereby saving your back from unnecessary strain. It includes a large main compartment, big enough for my electrical tester to fit on top of all the existing tools on those occasions when I need it, and it also comes complete with 30 tool pockets and holders.

Empty, the trolley weighs a hefty 5.25kg, however the wheels and a “balanced design for effortless movement” helps to negate this. It measures 500 x 300 x 400mm, making its footprint only slightly larger than its counterpart, the Magma MA2639 Max Toolcase (a newer version of the bag I have replaced).

Currently on sale on Amazon for £104.81 with a 4.5 out of 5 stars review from 168 ratings.


  • Portable

  • Carry handle for added convenience

  • Heavy-duty zips

  • Telescopic handle

  • Exceptionally large storage area with added tool pockets

  • Large side pockets

  • A4 document storage

  • Velcro straps to support front tool panel


  • Not enough storage pockets for me

  • Telescopic handle seems flimsy, time will tell

  • No shoulder strap to help carry it up all those stairs

  • High visibility red lining, most of my electrical tools are red…

  • No indication of its water resistance

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