Milwaukee 48-22-8301 PACKOUT Backpack


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Sale price$ 129.97 Regular price$ 235.90
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Description

INCLUDES:
• (1) Backpack

FEATURES:
• Hardshell Electronics & Equipment pocket
• 48 Total Pockets
• All-Metal Hardware
• Tape Measure Clip
• Reinforced side walls
• Daisy chains for additional storage
• Load Bearing Harness with Sternum Strap
• Up to 2X more padding
• Plastic Reinforced Jab Saw Pocket

SPECIFICATIONS:
• Length: 15.75"
• Height: 11.81"
• Width: 11.81"
• Weight: 7.34


The MILWAUKEE® PACKOUT™ Modular Storage System is the industry's most durable and versatile storage system. The PACKOUT™ Backpack has an impact-resistant molded base that connects with all other PACKOUT™ system components via integrated locking cleats. The jobsite backpack is constructed with tear-resistant 1680D ballistic material so it can withstand harsh job sites. The backpack has 48 pockets, including a hardshell pocket for sensitive equipment, providing users with optimized storage capacity. The PACKOUT™ Modular Storage System allows users to customize and build their own storage system to easily transport and organize their tools and accessories.

Customer Reviews

Based on 11 reviews
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B
Ben Harrison
Great Bag

So far this pack is awesome when combined with an organizer. It’s perfect for carrying all of your hand tools!

W
Williams
Purchased As A Gift!

Purchased Backpack For My Husband He’s A Plumber He Loved It. Says His Coworkers Were Complementing On It. He WS Very Happy.

T
Technic-Rims
Great backpack for the DIY Home owner & others!

So I gave the backpack a 4 star and not a 5 if the bag would stop falling forward! With that out of the way I’m a homeowner and own a couple investment properties. 2 years ago I had a spinal cord injury that I spent 1 year learning how to walk and still struggle. It’s nice to see Milwaukee thinking of ways to bring our tools with us and making it easier to carry the load. I originally had a tool bag and was unable to walk with it because of the widget being off centered. Now with the backpack all the weight is in the center of my body and makes it so much easier to bring my tools with me. From the other reviews I read I just hope it doesn’t start ripping or coming apart.

Note: please make sure you keep people with disabilities in mind when designing your products for easier use for people like myself and others! So far you guys have done a great job.

I just got rid off all my tools from another manufacturer and recently purchased all new Milwaukee tools. One reason in doing so is the support I’ve heard from my friends and the other is the company leaving bad reviews up and responding to them to resolve the customers problems. Let me tell you this is very uncommon as there are multi billion dollar companies who will remove negative reviews or send them to the very very back of pages. Keep doing what your doing Milwaukee and listening to your customers!

M
Morbid
Good with poor balance

Cons:
Bag doesn't stay standing up when closed even with a packout case on the bottom. If the zippers are all the way down you have to pull them tight or they won't zip. It could use some different sizes pockets on the inside like the Klien bag.

Pros:
So much space you can literally throw your m18 impact in the bottom with a multi meter. The organization of having a slim case attached to the is irreplaceable. Not to mention adding more cases to the bottom for going up ladders.

C
CrammItIn
Best backpack out of the three I’ve had

Oddly, I agree with some ???????? and some ???? reviews. The bag is very comfortable even heavily loaded. It adjusts nicely to even my barrel-chested frame. Storage pockets are varying sized, and tiered for accessibility handle is padded unlike most packs. Elastic is incorporated to hold this securely. Pack out compatibility is AWESOME, whether you need a small parts organizer or a large tool dolly.

Complaints I agree with...
Plastic components on shoulder straps are a HUGE problem. PLEASE FIX THIS!

Complaints I disagree with...
As far as the bag falling over that is simply a matter of how you load the bag. If you put all the weight on one side it’s going to fall over. I too had this problem and fixed it. It’s not a design flaw but rather user error.

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