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CLC DGC533 DEWALT 33 Pocket USB Charging Tool Backpack - No LED Light

CLC DGC533 DEWALT 33 Pocket USB Charging Tool Backpack - No LED Light
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DGC533 DEWALT® 33 Pocket USB Charging Tool Backpack - No LED Light

  • USB charging battery dock simultaneously charges 2 devices via USB ports
  • Maximum 2 Amps shared output
  • 3 Internal charging wall pockets can hold a tablet, phone, and/or camera and can charge 2 devices through a USB connection to a 20V MAX* Lithium battery pack
  • Low battery cut-off protection monitors battery voltage to avoid battery over-depletion
  • Multiple interior panels hold a multitude of tools and accessories like drills, extension cords, pliers, screwdrivers, wrench sets, drill bits, testers and much more
  • 31 Multi-use pockets inside and 2 outside help organize a wide variety of hand tools
  • Padded web carrying handles and adjustable shoulder straps make carrying more comfortable, and convenient
  • Large pads on back for extra comfort makes carrying heavier loads more comfortable on stress areas of the back
  • Easy double-pull, heavy-duty zipper
  • Base pad feet helps reduce wear and abrasion. *Maximum initial battery voltage (measured without a workload) is 20 volts
  • Nominal voltage is 18
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