Bags Increase Convenience and Organization

Description

Two products for increasing organization are available from Klein. The Tradesman Pro Wide-Open Tool Bag is a large, durable bag that not only is wide at the top, but also stays open for easy, unobstructed tool access. Smaller, but still tough, are the Stand-Up Zipper Bags, which remain standing while open to help find small pieces and parts. 

 

Tradesman Pro Wide-Open Tool Bag (Cat. No. 55469)

  • Wide, stay-open top for easy access
  • High-quality, durable 1690 ballistic weave construction
  • 42 variously sized pockets inside and out:
    • Exterior front and back pockets for tools or small parts
    • Mesh side pockets for tools and equipment
    • 33 variously sized interior pockets for tools, parts and gear
    • Large interior zipper pocket
  • Orange interior helps make finding tools easier
  • Fully molded bottom protects from the elements
  • Features handles and a shoulder strap with extra padding for comfort while carrying

 

Stand-Up Zipper Bags (Cat. No. 55470)

  • Reinforced bottom of 2520D ballistic material prevents tools and parts from poking through
  • Stand-up bottom makes finding items easier
  • Colored interior helps tools and parts stand out
  • Different bag sizes and colors help with organization
  • Made of tough 1680d ballistic material
  • Connect bags with a carabiner (not for human support)
  • Two-pack includes: 6-1/2 in. tall (165 mm) orange bag and 7-1/2 in. tall (191 mm) gray bag

1 User Review

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Anonymous, Engineering, R&D, Design & Technical Management
This is just the design I am looking for..........not for hand tools only.
I suggests that Klein make this design with a padded pocket for laptops.
As modern day service man have to bring laptops n tablets as tools as well.
For the many side pockets for hand tools, can reduce by half the number as many smaller tools are grouped and packed into other pouch bags by site engineers.
If the size is medium, I will use this modified design as my daily handbag too as a lady engineer on the move.
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