Kelmatt Chainsaw Bag – ‘DIRTY HARRY’ – XXL

This heavy duty chainsaw bag will keep your saw, fuel, oil and tools all together in one place. The heavy duty PVC with triple layer base will keep oil leaks from your saw off the other gear packed in the ute or back of the car. Slimline design ensures your saw packs in much better than bulky plastic carry boxes.

  • bag dimensions – 65cm L x 32cm W x 35cm H
  • cut-out for bar so it can accommodate the biggest saws with long bars that won’t fit in a conventional bag
  • common bar length – 28 inches + (over 71cm)

Designed, tested and made in Australia

$150.00

In stock (can be backordered)

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Product Description

Key Features

Manufactured with 700gsm ripstop PVC and load tested Kelmatt webbing
Heavy duty zips and double slider
Hinged end so bag can be opened fully for ease of loading / unloading
Wipe clean unlike canvas bags that absorb grime and grease
Contoured shape for better packing in your vehicle
Tough triple layer, rigid base
Internal pouches for tools, PPE, oil
Space for fuel container
Contains spills and fuel odour
Designed, tested and made in Australia

Description

This heavy duty chainsaw bag will keep your saw, fuel, oil and tools all together in one place. The heavy duty PVC with triple layer base will keep oil leaks from your saw off the other gear packed in the ute or back of the car. Slimline design ensures your saw packs in much better than bulky plastic carry boxes.

Dimensions

  • bag dimensions – 65cm L x 32cm W x 35cm H
  • cut-out for bar so it can accommodate the biggest saws with long bars that won’t fit in a conventional bag
  • common bar length – 28 inches + (over 71cm)

Get in quick before the rush and have your products delivered on time and before Xmas

Australia standard post needs to be posted on or before the 12th of December for most of Australia. WA and the NT need to be on or before the 7th of December.

Express Post needs to be posted on or before the 19th of December for most of Australia, and WA and NT needs to be on or before the 14th of December.

These are only estimated dates there are no guarantees.