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DeWalt Backpack Carries Tools, Charges Gadgets

by Conner Flynn
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These days we carry a ton of gadgets with us everywhere. It can be a real pain trying to keep all of those devices charged up. Conventional charging backpacks aren’t all that useful if you carry things like drills, pliers, and other tools. If you carry lots of tools or other small gear, you’ll like the DeWalt USB Charging Tool Backpack.

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There is no wide open main compartment. Instead it comes with a bunch of pockets for organizing hand tools or power tools. It lets you carry all your tools while keeping your gadgets charged at the same time. It comes with an integrated dock, sized to hold a standard DeWalt 20V MAX lithium-ion battery – the same one used in their power tools. This connects to USB portsthat allow you to charge a pair of mobile devices at the same time. There’s one tablet pocket and two phone-sized pockets, along with a tool wall with 17 pockets for organizing screwdrivers, hand tools, and smaller items.

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There are three flap pockets outside for even more tools or accessories. This is a sweet backpack for only $69.99(USD).

[via The Awesomer]



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