JCB 1680D Nylon Pouch with Belt

Product code:
05263837

With this handy single pouch with belt, made from durable 1680d nylon, all your tools will be within easy reach while you're working. It can be adjusted between 90-120mm for a comfortable fit and has 10 compartments to separate your tools.

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Padded for comfort while you're wearing

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Technical specification of JCB 1680D Nylon Pouch with Belt
Brand JCB
Construction material 1680D nylon
Colour description Black
Length 90-120mm
Sizes Single
Number of compartments 10
Model JSW010

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