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New toolbox-tough power banks from Klein Tools

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Tough enough for your toolbox!

Klein Tools have built upon their rechargeable tool offering with the release of the KTB1 and KTB2 battery packs and the 56403 work light.

The KTB1 and KTB2 are high capacity lithium-ion powered portable batteries designed to charge mobile devices like cell phones, tablets, headphones and more. Their rugged, compact design makes them versatile for everyday use.
The KTB1 is equipped with Qualcomm® Quick ChargeTM technology, delivering up to 75% faster charging versus conventional USB charging. Its convenient pocket size makes it perfect for use on the go. It features a charging capacity of 10050 mAh and 1m drop protection casing.

The KTB2 incorporates an LED light with dual settings. Offering up to 25 hours runtime on high (170 lumens) and 36 hours on low (100 lumens). Equipped with a handy multi-position kickstand, it features class-leading, fast -charging capabilities on all ports, which include Type-A Qualcomm® Quick ChargeTM Technology, USB Type-A(2.4A) and USB Type-C (3.0A). The charging capacity of the KTB2 is a massive 13400 mAh. It’s rated IP65 and is drop protected to 2m.

The 56403 work light offers infinite light direction, as it rotates 360 degrees, it also stands, hangs, hooks, magnetically mounts and clips, it even charges your phone! Offering up to 9 hours runtime on high (460 lumens) and 16 hours on low. Its rated IP54 and is 1.8m drop protected.

There’s no need to carry extra batteries or worry about power supply onsite. Simply recharge overnight for all-day battery life or illumination wherever you go.

  • Rechargeable on-the-go tools.
  • Drop protection & IP rated.
  • Quality Lithium-ion batteries.

Learn more about the new range here.

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