Tools and Equipment
VIDEO: Milwaukee jobsite backpack redefines durability 48-22-8200
October 20, 2014 By Alyssa Dalton
October 20, 2014 – EBMag editor Anthony Capkun checked out the Milwaukee Tool jobsite backpack (48-22-8200) earlier this year at its annual New Product Symposium. Boasting 1680D ballistic material for extreme durability, the backpack is designed to survive the jobsite and make the user more productive, says the company.
It features padded straps promising ultimate comfort and jobsite performance, as well as a laptop pocket to help protect laptops and tablets. A fold-down front pocket allows for storage of larger items such as fish tapes, drills and extension cords, while exterior daisy chains allow for additional clip-on storage.
PHOTO 1: EBMag learns about the jobsite backpack at Milwaukee’s New Product Symposium 2014, photo by A. Capkun.
PHOTO 2: Close up of the jobsite backpack 48-22-8200.
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