Tool carrier backpack expands jobsite storage

Sept. 26, 2014
Hard-molded base allows new tool bag from Milwaukee to stand up and stay dry in harsh jobsite environments.

Milwaukee Tool continues to expand storage products within its technicians' hand tool offering with the introduction of its Jobsite Backpack (Model. No. 48-22-8200) that the company says "redefine[s] durability and organization expectations for the professional tradesman."

“Every facet of the new Jobsite Backpack was designed specifically with the professional tradesman in mind, providing users with an ideal solution for transporting their tools and tech gear to the jobsite,” says Bobby Shaw, director of marketing for Milwaukee Tool.

He adds, “From a hard-molded base that allows the bag to stand up and stay dry in harsh jobsite environments, to the mid-section of the bag that un-zips to reveal a wall of vertical tool storage, each feature of the jobsite backpack was carefully designed and manufactured to survive the jobsite and make the user more productive.”

According to Milwaukee, constructed of 1680D Ballistic Material for extreme durability, the new backpack has padded, breathable straps for ultimate comfort and jobsite performance, as well as a laptop pocket for protected storage of laptops and tablets. A fold-down front pocket allows for easy storage of large items such as fish tapes, drills and extension cords, while exterior daisy chains allow for additional clip-on storage.

The first soft-storage product in a growing line of storage products from Milwaukee, the jobsite backpack will be available in November 2014.

Source:Utility Products


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