CLC E-Charge USB Charging Tool Backpack

CLC E-Charge USB Charging Tool Backpack
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E-Charge USB Charging Tool Backpack

Our E-Charge lighted USB charging tool backpack includes an internal USB charging system with a removable 10000 mAh power bank that simultaneously charges 2 devices, designed to recharge your phone and or tablet while on the jobsite, the bag has 1 large zippered compartment, 3 large external and 20 internal pockets to organize and hold your favorite tools.


  • Backpack includes an internal USB charging system with a removable 10,000 mAh power bank that simultaneously charges 2 devices.
  • Removable power bank with 2 USB ports for internal charging and a micro USB port to recharge the power bank.
  • 3 Internal charging wall pockets for tablets, smartphones and/or camera.
  • 20 Multi-use pockets inside, 3 pockets outside, and measuring tape clip to help organize a wide variety of hand tools.
  • Vertical pockets keep tools in sight for quick access.
  • Padded web carrying handles and adjustable shoulder straps.
  • Holds a multitude of tools and accessories like drills, pliers, screwdrivers, wrench sets, drill bits, testers and much more.
  • Base pad feet help reduce wear and abrasion.
  • Backpack includes: Charging Power Bank, Internal USB Charging Ports, Internal Charging USB Connector, Micro USB Power Bank, Recharge Connector Cable, AC Power Bank Recharge Wall Adapter.

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Removable 10000 mAh power bank

  • INPUT 1 Micro USB Port DC 5V/2.4A (MAX)
  • OUTPUT 2 USB Ports DC 5V/2.4A
  • CAPACITY 10000 mAh
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