Professional Tool Reviews for Pros


Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag Announced

Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag

Milwaukee recently announced two new Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag models with the 18-Inch Jobsite Rolling Bag and 24-Inch Hardtop Rolling Bag. These mobile storage solutions are designed to transport tools, accessories, and other materials around tough jobsite environments.


Both Milwaukee Josbite Rolling Bag options are constructed with 1680D ballistic material, metal through-axles, all-metal skid plates, and 6-inch metal-rimmed, all-terrain wheels. Milwaukee also designed its own industrial-grade extension handle to prevent a common point of failure with other rolling bags.

The 18-inch bag features 66 pockets, a 200 pound capacity, and is designed to fit in a job box. The 24-inch bag features 53 pockets, a 250 pound capacity, and is designed for stacking. The main compartment of both bags provides a place to store larger tools, while a fold-down front portion of the bag reveals additional tool and equipment storage pockets. A dedicated puncture-resistant pocket provides a storage area for sharp tools and blades.

Our Take

Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag

Jobsite storage is a very personal decision – some people like a hard sided option while other go for soft. Some Pros stick everything in a large bin while keeping the accessories in an organized tray and others like as many pockets as possible. New Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag models cater to the Pro that’s a little more OCD than most – we’re talking to you, electricians.


Having this many pockets available for individual tool storage is great for hand tools, but it does somewhat limit the number and size of power tools you can carry. It extends your capacity beyond what you can carry in the Jobsite Backpack though.

The reality for many professional users in the construction industry is that they carry a combination of power tools and hand tools/instruments. In this case, Milwaukee brings organization full circle with your power tools going in the 26-inch Workbox and your hand tools going in the Jobsite Rolling Bag.

In fact, you should be able to set your Workbox on top of the 24-Inch Rolling Bag’s hard top and roll both in together. While there’s no locking integration built in between the two, perhaps we’ll see a more interlocking system down the road.

Milwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag Options

MIlwaukee 18-inch Jobsite Rolling Bag FeaturesMilwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag

  • Item number: Milwaukee 48-22-8221 ($169.99)
  • Metal through-axle secures wheel and provides longer life
  • Milwaukee designed its own industrial-grade extension handle for the Rolling Bags

Milwaukee 18-inch Jobsite Rolling Bag Specifications

  • Constructed of 1680D Ballistic Material
  • 200 pound capacity
  • 6-inch metal-rimmed, all-terrain wheels
  • 66 pockets
  • Available: February 2017

Milwaukee 24-inch Hardtop Rolling Bag FeaturesMilwaukee Jobsite Rolling Bag

  • Item number: Milwaukee 48-22-8220 ($199)
  • Metal through-axle secures wheel and provides longer life
  • Milwaukee designed its own industrial-grade extension handle for the Rolling Bags
  • Hardtop lid built for stacking

Milwaukee 24-inch Hardtop Rolling Bag Specifications

  • Constructed of 1680D Ballistic Material
  • 250 pound capacity
  • 6-inch metal-rimmed, all-terrain wheels
  • 53 pockets
  • Available: February 2017

Related articles

DeWalt Vs Milwaukee Video | Thanksgiving Edition

Josh and Kenny planned to revisit our Milwaukee vs DeWalt one-hand reciprocating saw head-to-head. Unfortunately for the test (and fortunately for our appetites), they quickly lost focus and, well, you can see for yourself what happened. Still, it was highly entertaining for the rest of the office and the results were delicious. From all of […]

Milwaukee M18 Fuel Concrete Pencil Vibrator

Milwaukee Concrete Pencil Vibrator Offers No Setup and Less Hassle Joining the existing MX FUEL Backpack Concrete Vibrator in the Milwaukee line of mason’s tools, the M18 FUEL Concrete Pencil Vibrator offers a compact, handheld solution to concrete consolidation. This tool looks especially helpful when working in tighter spaces where a backpack might prove too […]

Milwaukee MX FUEL Battery-Powered Vibratory Screed | MXF381-2CP

Milwaukee Vibratory Screed Smooths Out Concrete Work Milwaukee Tool announced a new product that should bring some more mobility to concrete pouring and finishing tasks. The Milwaukee MX FUEL Vibratory Screed expands the company’s already-impressive MX FUEL line of equipment with a concrete tool that the brand claims will bring consistent starts and more reliable […]

Best Tool Box Reviews for 2021

Tool Boxes vs Tool Chests We’ve used and reviewed a LOT of the best toolboxes in the industry. However, before we even get into the best tool box reviews for 2021, we have to back up and make sure you’re in the right place. In the same way that “coke”, “pop”, and “soda” are different […]

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
1 Comment
Newest
Oldest Most Voted
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments
Burnerjack

I would be curious to know what these bags weigh empty, for comparison.
They may roll, and that is great, but that doesn’t get them in/out of the truck or up/down stairs.

1
0
Would love your thoughts, please comment.x
()
x