Klein Tools® Releases Combination Backpack and Workstation to Stay Organized On the Go
Klein Tools (www.kleintools.com), for professionals since 1857, introduces the Tradesman Pro™ Tool Station Backpack, the perfect combination of storage, accessibility and durability. This innovative design features storage for any trade’s essential hand tools, plus a fold-out workstation to keep tools and parts easy to locate on any jobsite. Available with a removable Worklight or without, this backpack gives tradespeople the ability to carry the necessities throughout the day and work comfortably anywhere their skills are needed.
- 21 pockets and large interior for maximum tool storage
- Available with removable Flashlight with Worklight (Cat. No. 55655) or without (Cat. No. 55482)
- Elastic loop holds worklight for hands-free illumination of backpack interior
- Front of backpack unzips halfway for quick tool access or fully extends for workstation access
- Front zipper pocket for small items
- Exterior organization includes side pouch for water bottle, tape measure clip and tape thong
- Extra padding on the shoulder straps and back for carrying comfort
- Adjustable chest and lower straps for customized fit
- Made of water-resistant 1680d ballistic weave materials for durability
- Flashlight with Worklight (Cat. No 56028) is available to purchase separately
“With the wide range of Klein Tools products that our customers use, we wanted to make sure they had a hands free carrying option with lots of organization and a workstation with light that makes finding your tools quick and easy,” said Linda Rolfe, senior project manager at Klein Tools. “The Tool Station Backpack gives users the ability to take their tools on the go, set up a temporary work station anywhere, and to illuminate their work areas with the removable magnetic worklight.”
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