Milwaukee

Ultimate Jobsite Backpack

Ultimate Jobsite Backpack is rated 1.7 out of 5 by 9.
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$119.00
In stock
Model #
48-22-8201
Item #
233587

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Description
Hard Molded Base For Up To Five Times Greater Durability And Allows Backpack To Stand Up, Constructed With Durable 1680D Ballistic Material For Longer Life, Hardshell Tech Molded Foam Protects Tablets And Personal Items On The Jobsite, Load-Bearing Harness Evenly Distributes Weight For Ultimate Comfort And Jobsite Performance, 48 Total Pockets
Specifications
Specifications
SKU 233587
Weight 6.7500
UPC 00045242509133
Country of Origin CN
Package Width 15.0
Package Length 20.0
Package Height 11.0
Model Number 48-22-8201
Brand Milwaukee
Manufacturer Name MILWAUKEE ELEC TOOL
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Too expensive for the quality Journeyman Plumber here. I've used this backpack for 13 months now (Christmas present from 2018) and I am not impressed at all. I do service calls all day every day, both indoors and outdoors, so I carry a fair amount of tools both large and small. I'm in Wisconsin so I appreciated the hard bottom when I need to set the bag down in the snow. At first I was very happy with the bag. Looked good, felt good, held all my tools and then some. However after about 4 months one of the clips broke on the shoulder strap, leaving one strap to carry all my tools. I was able to tie off the strap and still use both straps but what an inconvenience. THEN, the clip for the other strap broke. I tied that one off, too. THEN, the original broken clip broke all the way, so now I have one tied off clip holding all my tools when I carry the bag over my shoulder. In addition, my tools keep falling through the holes that are now in the tool pockets, the main zipper isn't lining up correctly (creating a small hole at the top of the bag for water or mud or the aforementioned snow to get in), the tape measure clip is hanging on by a thread and the bag wants to fall forward CONSTANTLY. I understand I am by no means easy on my backpack, but I have co workers with other brands of similar packs and they do not have the problems I do, even with older or similar aged packs. I will be contacting Milwaukee to see if there is anything that can be done for warranty. Maybe I will be pleasantly surprised and they will stand behind their stuff? In the meantime I'll keep throwing tools in the pack willy-nilly because the pockets have holes in them and don't hold anything anyway. Hope the strap holds out long enough to get a new pack.
Date published: 2020-01-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Where are the 48 pockets? I just got this bag (Milwaukee - Ultimate Jobsite Backpack) and I only count 28 pockets plus 2 bottle holders on the side plus 1 tape holder. I am confused. Did I get a defect?
Date published: 2020-01-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok at best. I am an HVAC Journeyman that has been using this bag in the field for a year now. Both service and install is ran out of this bag. At first I was impressed and happy, however that faded over time. Six months in the plastic strap pieces started to break and the bag no longer stood up staight. Now the bag wants to fall over if I breath wrong, even when the front is open the back of the bag leans forward harshly. The saving grace is that it does hold a lot of tools.
Date published: 2019-12-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Awesome backpack but the manufacturing defect The main zipper came stitch open on one side. What this does is mean that even when you sip it closed it has a small open hole at the bottom and if anything touch that hole it in zips the zipper. This is obviously defective from the factory (the other side is zipper shut like it should be) and they don’t sell the pack in stores so I’d have to empty the bag an use something else until a replacement comes in.
Date published: 2019-09-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Ultimate Jobsite Backpack I am a 3rd year HVAC apprentice. After about 2 months of use the left side of the bag got a permanent crease in it and so the bag leans forward badly when the bag is fully opened. In order to retrieve tools i must support the bag with one hand and fumble for tools with the other hand. For the money theyre asking for the bag I thought i would hold up better. I didnt even have that many tools in it. Unloaded the bag feels fine on your back, but once it is loaded you can really feel the weight. The bag is a bit cumbersome just to put on your shoulders when loaded. Once on your back it just doesnt feel ergonomic. My main gripe is the creased left side of the bag causing it to lean over.
Date published: 2019-07-31
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I do not recommend this product, very poor quality I’m a 2nd year, Inside Wireman Apprentice, working out of the 915 IBEW local. At first, my intial thoughts were the backpack looked and felt great. I had a bag that enabled me to transport all the tools needed to get the job done. However, after about two months of use, I started to noticed the lack of quality that went into manufacturing the backpack. The tape lanyard came undone, next the cup holder on the sides of the backpack started to fall apart, the redness color of the bag began to fade, the chest strap clips broke, and finally the backpack no longer stayed upright. If your in the market for a backpack, I would steer clear of the Milwaukee brand.
Date published: 2019-01-26
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Broke fast Used this in the feild for less then 4 months and the right side strap clip cracked, and then a week later the chest clip broke. The material is rugged but the plastic clips are weak. The bag is quite large which tempts you to pack to full. The bag does no distribute weight right at all.
Date published: 2019-01-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Engineering not finished.. The current design makes the whole backpack lean forward on itself. The best way to use it is to hang it using the top strap onto 3" screws driven into a stud, or build a stand out of scrap 2 x 4's. Great idea, poor execution. It would be nice if they had a real tradesman in the design dept. Someone who actually works in the field 50 hours a week.
Date published: 2018-07-19
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