Ideal Industries’ Pro Series tool backpack has two compartments that can open to a lay-flat position for flexible use on the floor, bench or hoist. Exterior pockets include a large double-slotted front pocket, and the interior includes a variety of tiered pockets.
Husky’s 16-in. backpack is made of water-resistant 1680D polyester fabric. It has six zippered compartments with 14 external pockets, 22 internal pockets, two metal tape clips and a tape roll tether. The hard-sided pocket provides protection for safety glasses or sensitive equipment. It features padded air-mesh back and shoulder straps, and a metal hanging hook for storage and access.
BagPro’s electrician tool bag features a semi-rigid structure, retro-reflective stripes and a two-time opening system. There is a fixation system and helmet protection on the top of the bag. It can be rolled or worn as a backpack.
DeWalt’s DGCL33 33-pocket, lighted, USB-charging tool backpack has a battery-charging dock that works with two devices. Three internal charging wall pockets can hold a tablet and phone. Padded-web carrying handles and adjustable shoulder straps make carrying comfortable, and there are handles on each end. The low-battery cut-off protection monitors voltage to avoid charge overdepletion.
Klein Tools’ Tradesman Pro backpack features 21 pockets and a large interior for tool storage. The elastic loop holds a worklight for hands-free illumination of the interior. The front unzips halfway for tool access. It features adjustable chest and lower straps for a customized fit.