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Specialist Group to showcase Luggit range at Totally

Published: 30 January 2013
A new addition to Builders Brand this year is Specialist Group's range of Luggit storage products.
Specialist Group to showcase Luggit range at Totally
Featuring on Specialist Group's stand I9 at this year's Totally, the range currently includes tool boxes and tool bags, but will be expanded in future to include many more storage solutions.

The range offers a safe and secure way to transport and store tools and belongings. The boxes are available in 16 and 19 inch sizes and include an internal parts tray and twin organisers in the lid. They are supplied in attractive floor standing display boxes for easy merchandising.

The tool bags are constructed from hard wearing 600 denier waterproof canvas material with storage pockets on the outside. They include shoulder straps and include all metal fittings for added strength.

Specialist Group are exhibiting on stand I9 at the Totally DIY/ Totally Tools show, taking place at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry, from February 10 - 12, 2013.


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