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CLC L234 Tech Gear LED Lighted Handle Open Top Tool Carrier

CLC L234 Tech Gear LED Lighted Handle Open Top Tool Carrier

Description

The CLC L234 Tech Gear LED Lighted Handle Open Top Tool Carrier features a convenient open compartment for power tools and accessories.

Features

  • LED light handle has 3 level outputs
  • Padded, adjustable shoulder strap for easy carrying
  • 22 multi-use pockets to help organize a wide variety of hand tools
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$59.99
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$56.85
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Our Tech Gear 15" open top tool carrier with an integrated LED light is designed to help you work in low light conditions when you need to complete a project or check inside your tool bag, has a bar handle that folds away for access to a large main compartment plus 22 pockets to hold your favorite hand tools.

Features:

  • LED light handle can be easily directed at work area or into tool carrier to help identify tools and parts
  • 3 levels of light output allow adjustment for wide area illumination or close-up work
  • Ergonomic handle design helps reduce stress on hand and wrist
  • Base pad feet to help reduce wear and abrasion
  • Powered by two AAA batteries, included
  • 15"L x 8.5"W x 11.5"H
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    CLC L234 Tech Gear LED Lighted Handle Open Top Tool Carrier L234 L234 tech gear LED lighted handle open top tool carrier, 15 inches
    $56.85
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