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CLC 1509 21-Pocket Professional Electrician's Tool Pouch

CLC 1509 21-Pocket Professional Electrician's Tool Pouch

Description

The CLC 1509 21-Pocket Professional Electrician's Tool Pouch is made of polyester fabric and ballistic binding.

Features

  • 21 pockets to organize tools and tester
  • Zippered cover to keep tools secure when not in use
  • Outside pocket to hold cell phone and 3 outside large screwdriver holders
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$49.95
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$37.35
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Details

Our premium quality electrician?s tool pouch with 21 pockets has a zippered, fold-down cover to protect your tools, a steel hammer loop, an ergonomic rubber handle, an adjustable padded shoulder strap and an airmesh padded back panel for comfort.

Features

  • Zippered back pocket for 8"x 5" writing pad
  • Ergonomic rubber handle and padded shoulder strap design for easy storage and the ideal way to carry loaded tool pouch
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    CLC 1509 21-Pocket Professional Electrician's Tool Pouch 1509 1509 21-pocket professional electrician's tool pouch
    $37.35
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