Ryobi 390 mm 70mm Tool Bag

Product code:
4892210109576
Product rating
4.6 out of 5 stars  (6)

This heavy duty tool bag has multiple external and internal pockets to store your tools and accessories. Reinforced with metal rivets and with a metal frame opening, this robust bag has a padded handle and a shoulder strap to make transporting heavy tools more comfortable.

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Features and benefits

  • Reinforced with metal rivets
  • Padded handles
  • Metal framed opening

Technical specifications

Technical specification of Ryobi 390 mm 70mm Tool Bag
Brand Ryobi
Colour description Grey and yellow
Construction material Nylon
Height 150mm
Width 70mm
Depth 390mm
Weight 2.2kg
Model UTB4

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