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CLC Tech Gear Light Handle 17" Roller Bag

CLC Tech Gear Light Handle 17" Roller Bag

Description

The CLC Tech Gear Light Handle 17" Roller Bag features a large interior that holds most large power tools and accessories.

Features

  • Three Levels Of Light Output Allow Adjustment For Wide Area Illumination Or Close-Up Work
  • Sturdy Telescoping Handle Extends For Fast Transport Of Heavy Loads
  • Heavy-Duty Treaded Wheels For Easy Bag Movement Over Rough Terrain
List Price
$119.99
Your Price
$102.67
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Details



  • Telescoping LED light handle can be easily directed at work area or into tool carrier to help identify tools and parts. LED light can also illuminate your path while transporting the bag
  • Light Output 39 Lumens max 
  • 6 Multi-use pockets inside and 11 outside to help organize a wide variety of hand tools
  • Magnetic folding zipper top conveniently attaches to telescoping handle for full access to main compartment
  • Padded web carrying handles
  • LED light powered by two AAA batteries, included
  • 17"W x 12.5"H x 9.5"D
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CLC Tech Gear Light Handle 17" Roller Bag L258 Tech Gear Light Handle 17" Roller Bag
$102.67
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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