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Arsenal® 5843 Tool Backpack Dual Compartment

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Two compartment design provides easy mobility for moving tools and equipment around job site. Backpack design allows for hands free climbing and the static load rating allows for hoisting.

Features

  • 1200D ballistic polyester
  • 26 interior pockets and 11 PALS webbing loops
  • Tall tool holster on side panel
  • Padded shoulder straps for increased comfort
  • Reinforced comfort padding on the back
  • YKK zippers
  • 4 Molded ABS plastic bases
  • Ring attachment points for biner's and other connectors
  • Maximum safe hoisting capacity: 50lbs (23kg)
  • Third-party certified to a 4:1 safety factor
  • 13.5in L x 8.5in W x 18in H (34cm x 22cm x 61cm)

Application

  • Telecommunications
  • Mining
  • Wind Energy
  • Oil & Gas
  • Carpentry
  • Trades
  • Construction
  • Contractors
  • Maintenance
  • Mechanics
  • Electricians
MSRP
$183.75
4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews, 90% of customers recommend this item.
4.5
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4 reviews
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ITEM # 5843
Availability: In stock

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Two compartment design provides easy mobility for moving tools and equipment around job site. Backpack design allows for hands free climbing and the static load rating allows for hoisting.

Features

  • 1200D ballistic polyester
  • 26 interior pockets and 11 PALS webbing loops
  • Tall tool holster on side panel
  • Padded shoulder straps for increased comfort
  • Reinforced comfort padding on the back
  • YKK zippers
  • 4 Molded ABS plastic bases
  • Ring attachment points for biner's and other connectors
  • Maximum safe hoisting capacity: 50lbs (23kg)
  • Third-party certified to a 4:1 safety factor
  • 13.5in L x 8.5in W x 18in H (34cm x 22cm x 61cm)

Application

  • Telecommunications
  • Mining
  • Wind Energy
  • Oil & Gas
  • Carpentry
  • Trades
  • Construction
  • Contractors
  • Maintenance
  • Mechanics
  • Electricians

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Arsenal® 5843 Tool Backpack Dual Compartment

Customer Ratings and Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Based on 4 reviews, 90% of customers recommend this item.
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4 reviews
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    adam remes

    Reviewed on Jan 23, 2017

    -The quick review for the drive by shopper.  I  love this Tool Bag! If you are in the market for a Tool Bag that keeps your hands free, Keeps your tools organized, and holds up to punishment look no further.  It is a durable pack that has very few cons.  3 coworkers have got this same bag in the 3 months I have had it. 

    -For the consumer looking for more info on what you will get. Starting from top to bottom and from outside in.
            Outside-- The first thing you will grab is the top handles connected together with Velcro.  Though a small detail, I use it daily.  I often open up my bag only to need to move to the next room.  I simply bring together the handles and secure the Velcro and go. If pulls the open sides together saving time on working everything in.  Now looking at the straps for your back, they are thick, well secured to the bag, and very nice to wear with a full bag.  They have a adjustable buckle that goes around the waist that takes a lot of the weight of the shoulders.  I have had 5 shoulder operations between the two shoulders and with a full bag still no pain.  There is a small pocket next to the buckle that is handy for all the different work/door keys I need.  Moving the front of the back is a pocket about 5'' deep that closes with stroung Velcro.   This pocket is handy for holding work gloves, but is the first of the cons I have with the bag.  I would have liked to have it open a little wider in order to hold safety glasses and glove, but with so much room on the bag it is not a big deal.  Below this pocket is a large open pouch that is conpressed with adjustable buckles on either side.  I have a 25' power cord and a fish tape in my bag and it holds it well with room to spare.  I have found the small buckles of this pouch very hand because they are just the right size to fit throw my snips making a very practical place to always get to them. Looking to the left of the pouch is a mesh pouch that can easily hold a large metal travel mug, but I have found it perfect for my rolls for blue and black tape.  On the right side of the fish tape pouch is a large tool pocket/fashioning system that zips up in order to accommodate tool handle going up. There is also two adjustable  straps with buckles to hold longer handles. I have found them  to be a perfect spot for my Leatherman pouch. 
            Opening the bag-- there are two very strong/durable zippers for each side.
            First zipper-- The front side facing the fish tap has a thick canvas sown in creating 6 channels of different sizes.  Below this  there is a very thick and strong plastic pocket with a zipper on top and bottom.  This is very strong and holds my 24 pc wrench set.  On the side facing the back in rows working down are 4 metal D-rings, 6 pockets for pliers and adjustable wrenches, 3 wide pockets I use for  meter and random tools, and below this is a crescent pocket I use to hold my small electric screwdriver.  All of the pockets are double stitched with great detail paid to durability. 
            Second zipper--The back zipper side top down are 6 more D-rings, 6 more pockets sized to fit screwdriver or punch down,  3 larger pockets, then open slits for screwdrivers.  On the side closest to the back are 4 slots for larger tools with Velcro at the top to hold firm.  Behind this is lined pocket the size of the back.  I have found this to be perfect for my hack saw.  When closing this pocket it leaves about 3'' to 4'' of space between the sides for tools like a drill to sit.
            This bag has it all and I love having what I need at the job site.  The only con would be the front pocket I would like a little bigger.  Would I recommend this? Yes.  If anything ever happens to it would I buy a new one? Yes.  This is the best tool bag I have ever owned

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Ryan Cook

    Reviewed on Jun 29, 2015

    This backpack rocks! Though clearly designed with tools in mind, this backpack makes an excellent multi-purpose pack for my role in Audio Video Integration. The small pockets are perfect for my entourage of cables and adapters. The outer pockets work great for PC adapter, quick grab cables, contractor ID badge, CAD drawings and the like. In my line of work I need a strong, durable backpack that can take a lot of abuse on the outside while keeping my computer, clipboard, and various components safe on the inside. I highly recommend the Arsenal 5843 Tool Backpack Dual Compartment for anybody needing compartmentalized storage options in a durable, portable (and co-worker envy drawing) case.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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    Chris Sutton

    Reviewed on Feb 02, 2015

    Finally a tool bag that has more than just a shoulder sling or a handle. The tool bag holds a fair amount of tools in its dual compartments. The padding makes it easy on the shoulders as you carry your tools to and from your work location. So if you are like me and like to make the least amount of trips to the work truck and back to where you are working. This back pack/tool bag is the bomb. Throw your tools on your back and carry the equipment you need. And you don’t have to worry about the tool bag sliding off your shoulder and adding more weight to just one arm throwing you or your equipment off balanced. It also makes it nice if you are in a hurry or need something real quick you can just grab and go.
    The backpack has held up to the work environment too. Most back packs you don’t expect them to last in a work type of environment, but this back pack is made for it.
    Overall I am well pleased with the product and a must have if you are taking your tools in and out of different work areas.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

  • Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    adam remes

    Reviewed on Jan 23, 2017

    -The quick review for the drive by shopper.  I  love this Tool Bag! If you are in the market for a Tool Bag that keeps your hands free, Keeps your tools organized, and holds up to punishment look no further.  It is a durable pack that has very few cons.  3 coworkers have got this same bag in the 3 months I have had it. 

    -For the consumer looking for more info on what you will get. Starting from top to bottom and from outside in.
            Outside-- The first thing you will grab is the top handles connected together with Velcro.  Though a small detail, I use it daily.  I often open up my bag only to need to move to the next room.  I simply bring together the handles and secure the Velcro and go. If pulls the open sides together saving time on working everything in.  Now looking at the straps for your back, they are thick, well secured to the bag, and very nice to wear with a full bag.  They have a adjustable buckle that goes around the waist that takes a lot of the weight of the shoulders.  I have had 5 shoulder operations between the two shoulders and with a full bag still no pain.  There is a small pocket next to the buckle that is handy for all the different work/door keys I need.  Moving the front of the back is a pocket about 5'' deep that closes with stroung Velcro.   This pocket is handy for holding work gloves, but is the first of the cons I have with the bag.  I would have liked to have it open a little wider in order to hold safety glasses and glove, but with so much room on the bag it is not a big deal.  Below this pocket is a large open pouch that is conpressed with adjustable buckles on either side.  I have a 25' power cord and a fish tape in my bag and it holds it well with room to spare.  I have found the small buckles of this pouch very hand because they are just the right size to fit throw my snips making a very practical place to always get to them. Looking to the left of the pouch is a mesh pouch that can easily hold a large metal travel mug, but I have found it perfect for my rolls for blue and black tape.  On the right side of the fish tape pouch is a large tool pocket/fashioning system that zips up in order to accommodate tool handle going up. There is also two adjustable  straps with buckles to hold longer handles. I have found them  to be a perfect spot for my Leatherman pouch. 
            Opening the bag-- there are two very strong/durable zippers for each side.
            First zipper-- The front side facing the fish tap has a thick canvas sown in creating 6 channels of different sizes.  Below this  there is a very thick and strong plastic pocket with a zipper on top and bottom.  This is very strong and holds my 24 pc wrench set.  On the side facing the back in rows working down are 4 metal D-rings, 6 pockets for pliers and adjustable wrenches, 3 wide pockets I use for  meter and random tools, and below this is a crescent pocket I use to hold my small electric screwdriver.  All of the pockets are double stitched with great detail paid to durability. 
            Second zipper--The back zipper side top down are 6 more D-rings, 6 more pockets sized to fit screwdriver or punch down,  3 larger pockets, then open slits for screwdrivers.  On the side closest to the back are 4 slots for larger tools with Velcro at the top to hold firm.  Behind this is lined pocket the size of the back.  I have found this to be perfect for my hack saw.  When closing this pocket it leaves about 3'' to 4'' of space between the sides for tools like a drill to sit.
            This bag has it all and I love having what I need at the job site.  The only con would be the front pocket I would like a little bigger.  Would I recommend this? Yes.  If anything ever happens to it would I buy a new one? Yes.  This is the best tool bag I have ever owned

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Ryan Cook

    Reviewed on Jun 29, 2015

    This backpack rocks! Though clearly designed with tools in mind, this backpack makes an excellent multi-purpose pack for my role in Audio Video Integration. The small pockets are perfect for my entourage of cables and adapters. The outer pockets work great for PC adapter, quick grab cables, contractor ID badge, CAD drawings and the like. In my line of work I need a strong, durable backpack that can take a lot of abuse on the outside while keeping my computer, clipboard, and various components safe on the inside. I highly recommend the Arsenal 5843 Tool Backpack Dual Compartment for anybody needing compartmentalized storage options in a durable, portable (and co-worker envy drawing) case.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

    Tenacious Tester Tenacious
    Tester

    Chris Sutton

    Reviewed on Feb 02, 2015

    Finally a tool bag that has more than just a shoulder sling or a handle. The tool bag holds a fair amount of tools in its dual compartments. The padding makes it easy on the shoulders as you carry your tools to and from your work location. So if you are like me and like to make the least amount of trips to the work truck and back to where you are working. This back pack/tool bag is the bomb. Throw your tools on your back and carry the equipment you need. And you don’t have to worry about the tool bag sliding off your shoulder and adding more weight to just one arm throwing you or your equipment off balanced. It also makes it nice if you are in a hurry or need something real quick you can just grab and go.
    The backpack has held up to the work environment too. Most back packs you don’t expect them to last in a work type of environment, but this back pack is made for it.
    Overall I am well pleased with the product and a must have if you are taking your tools in and out of different work areas.

    Please Note: This review is of product that was provided to the user free of charge.

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