A toolbox that plays music

Because construction workers need entertainment too

Tech Digest

Construction workers appreciate music on the job as much as anyone, as we were reminded recently with a Makita radio designed specifically for building sites, so it makes sense that someone would eventually come along and market a music toolbox for them as well. The "G-Tech Tune Time Tool Box" not only has plenty of space for power drills and wrenches, but it also comes with built-in NXT speakers and an abundance of pockets for digital accoutrements.

Tech Digest says the $108 bag is made of "durable double-layer 6006 polyester," which means that it would survive a steep drop off some scaffolding (though the iPod inside might be another story). Think of it as a macho alternative to the gold and pink Lifepod bags .

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    Mike Yamamoto is an executive editor for CNET News.com.


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