B&Q 770 mm 250mm Tool Bag

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05263929
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Store and transport your tools and equipment with this handy tool bag. The strong strap handle and three reinforced webbings make it great for carrying heavy tools and the five protective feet on the base will prevent wear and tear on the underside of the bag.

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Technical specification of B&Q 770 mm 250mm Tool Bag
Brand B&Q
Colour description Black and blue
Construction material Polyester
Height 320mm
Width 250mm
Depth 770mm
Model 73689

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