Beal Tool Bucket

 

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Black - 3.4 ltr

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Medium size tool organizer bucket

Perfect for anyone working at height, or industrial use. This allows you to keep all your tools in one place. Featuring a Clic Clac system the bucket can be opened and closed easily and quickly to prevent any tools falling out during transportation or hauling. Aldo designed with two mini external gear loops so additional gear can be attached (air leash extendable gear holder). The two external mini karabiners can be used to connect the tool bucket to a harness.











  • Capacity: 3.4L
  • Weight: 180g
  • Height: 25cm
  • Width: 16cm

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