• (1) Backpack (Tools not included)
• 35 Pockets for organizing tools
• Impact Resistant Molded Base - Protects contents and allows backpack to stand up
• 1680 Ballistic Material
• Load-Bearing Harness- Padded and Brethable for all day comfort
• Laptop Sleeve - Holds Laptops up to 15.6"
• Bulk Pocket - Quick access to bulks items such as fish tapes and power tools
• Attachment Strap - Allows bag to be easily and securly attached to vertical handles
• Warranty: Limited Lifetime
The Milwaukee Jobsite Backpack was designed with the professional tradesmen in mind and built with durable 1680 denier material and an impact and water resistant molded base. The Jobsite Backpack features a padded, breathable load bearing harness for ultimate comfort and jobsite performance, as well as a laptop pocket for the protected storage of laptops and tablets. A fold-down front pocket allows for easy storage of large items such as fish tapes, drills and extension cords, while exterior daisy chains allow for additional clip-on storage. This combination of extreme durability and functionality confirms Milwaukee's commitment to providing innovative, durable solutions to the end user.
I bought this about a year ago and the zipper is broken I can�t seem to find where I could get it fixed as opposed to buying a whole new bag do you guys repair or am I just out of luck?? The zipper was pretty cheap!
I work as an HVAC technician at a Hospital on Van Island. This bag has been awesome for the work I do, saves me push ing my tool box around as I can fix most issues with the tools I carry. I have had this bag for maybe a year. the zipper is cheap and broken already. For something that is going to be opened/closed repeatedly over its life time you would hope you could get a year or two out of it at least. Bags in perfect shape but now my tool pouch won’t stay closed so it is going to be garbage if I can’t find a way to fix it. Not very impressed for the cost of it. Metal zipper would completely fix this issue. At least on the tool pouch which is the main pouch used. I have treated this bag with care and somehow the zipper still screws up. The teeth are held together with a stitch. As soon as that rips your teeth spread and zipper pops off.
This bag has served me well for a few years until just recently. The zipper of the main compartment failed and the bag can no longer be used. I've had a hard time finding anything that can replace it. So I'll contact warranty otherwise I'll just buy another.
I used it daily to carry my 40 pounds of tools, I'm happy, I will happier if you guys add a telescopic aluminum handle and wheels integrated into the structure
I use the backpack everyday for work mostly for my laptop but love having the access to all of my hand tools which are also 90% milwaukee. There are a couple of rips that are not from misuse that bother me, one seems that the hard plastic support in the back has wore a hole through the fabric and the other is a strap on the front is ready to break. I take pride in my tools and hate to see these wear out.