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This Milwaukee backpack features a padded, breathable, load-bearing harness for ultimate comfort and jobsite performance, as well as a laptop pocket to keep laptops and tablets safely protected. Easy storage for large/small items; offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

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Milwaukee Jobsite Backpack $64.99
Regular price is 99.99. Price dropped by $35
Available as special buy at Home Depot.
I know this was a bit lower in the past, but this is the best in the past 2 years!

Backpack is 20 inches tall with a flat bottom. Flat bottom helps in standing up.
Also has a built in laptop pouch, the laptop pouch or compartment is really well protected from the bottom.
Lots of pockets and excellent zippers.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../205390549
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Thanks, in for 1, but I ended up getting the "ultimate" jobsite version for $10 more also on special buy at HD.
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You obviously don't work in a trade nor have priced these out. This is on the higher end of backpacks and a great buy at this price.

If your employer will buy you one go for a Veto Pro Pac as nothing beats it in durability or toughness. If you buy your own this is an excellent price.

Doing commercial HVAC and getting wiser over the years I've since quit using all backpacks regularly. If you go up ladders through roof hatches often you will be roping up the backpack. Also think if you really need it. Very seldom do I need as many tools as a backpack will hold. There's zero point in hauling 50-65 lbs of tools you won't be needing to do the job. IMO a backpack is a great idea but seldom needed or utilized. Working daily I'd dare say I actually need/bring my backpack less than 10 times a year and use my smaller meter bag that holds several wrenches, nut runners, pliars and a meter.
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I've always been a tool bag, now I can wear one. Thanks OP!
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I love backpacks that have red or yellow interiors. It makes it much easier to find dark objects.
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Thanks, in for 1, but I ended up getting the "ultimate" jobsite version for $10 more also on special buy at HD.
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Thanks! Grab the ultimate for$10 moe as well.
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The backpack is well worth this price if you use it for work. I use it daily, and have for over 2 years, and it has held up great.
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They've had the Husky job site backpack on sale in store for $29.88... bought one and love it
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They've had the Husky job site backpack on sale in store for $29.88... bought one and love it
I guess if you needed a replacement its on sale now for $24.99. Also the packout version is on sale for $121. I'm guessing it holds cordless tools better.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../304226263

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../307635674
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I've always been a tool bag, now I can wear one. Thanks OP!
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I guess if you needed a replacement its on sale now for $24.99. Also the packout version is on sale for $121. I'm guessing it holds cordless tools better.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Husky.../304226263

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../307635674
Man that is tempting...wondering if they dropped in price in store too then...rather grab it and not pay tax or shipping as a contractor in store
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Thanks! Grab the ultimate for$10 moe as well.
Second this!! The ULTIMATE is a high quality toolbag that works great!! The layout, storage, and overall usage and quality is awesome for me everyday. I really couldn't be happier nor have any real complaints about it. It's been around the world and back and still gets used everyday. I've had this for a couple years now.

In my opinion the husky one can't even come close to comparison and build quality of the milwaukee ultimate backpack. Spending the extra money is well worth it.
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$65 backpack... what a slick dea
You obviously don't work in a trade nor have priced these out. This is on the higher end of backpacks and a great buy at this price.

If your employer will buy you one go for a Veto Pro Pac as nothing beats it in durability or toughness. If you buy your own this is an excellent price.

Doing commercial HVAC and getting wiser over the years I've since quit using all backpacks regularly. If you go up ladders through roof hatches often you will be roping up the backpack. Also think if you really need it. Very seldom do I need as many tools as a backpack will hold. There's zero point in hauling 50-65 lbs of tools you won't be needing to do the job. IMO a backpack is a great idea but seldom needed or utilized. Working daily I'd dare say I actually need/bring my backpack less than 10 times a year and use my smaller meter bag that holds several wrenches, nut runners, pliars and a meter.
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I've always been a tool bag, now I can wear one. Thanks OP!
Think outside of the toolbox
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I've owned mine for approximately 4 years, I love it. The only failure so far is the the lining from the tool pocket with all of the sleeves got cut but only into the next pocket over. That's my fault though as I was using it as a catch all for large screws. One word of warning though. Just because it can carry all of your hand tools does not mean you should attempt to wear all of your tools on your back into job sites. I've learned to save my back a little by trimming down what stays in there and then adding or removing for the job at hand. Which is why I would also suggest this one over the deluxe unless you are only packing it from the truck to a cart.
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