Never start a job without a belt or bag that fits the job.
Having multiple power tool belts or bags can be a lifesaver. With so many options to choose from, there is hardly a one-size-fits-all design that will suit everyone's needs. For example, let's say you need to carry your company phone at work, but your phone doesn't fit in the pouch - you don't want to damage company property!
Therefore, invest in a variety of power tool bags and belts to suit different environments. In this roundup, we've selected 11 of the best value-for-money products.
If you hate slouching with your tools, this 29-pocket nylon belt is perfect for you. The power tool belt is strong and upright on a flat surface. Best of all? With its puncture-resistant pockets, your screwdriver will never poke a hole. But avoid overloading the belt, as it can sag and rub against your legs.
If your waist can handle it, this thin belt can hold up to 300 pounds! Worried about chemicals on the job damaging your belt? This material is non-abrasive and resistant to creosote and rod treatments. It's perfect if you need to get it on and off quickly but lack the weight-bearing capacity of a back pad.
Electricians' gear wears out quickly, but with a nylon mesh core inside, this power tool bag-belt hybrid is extremely durable. It also claims to be the first ever "molded air channel belt" to provide back support and thermal ventilation. There are nine large pockets, but you may find the screwdriver holes too small.
Perfect for light work. There are 10 pockets for pliers, flashlight, voltage detector, pencil, pen and long screwdriver. The bad news? It's very stiff and can be uncomfortable to use. The good news? The leather will stretch over time.
Electricians rave about the luxurious look and feel of Occidental leather, which molds to the shape of your tools to ensure they're secure. Your nail pouch may not have enough dividers to separate fasteners and wire nuts, but this is one of the best all-leather power tool pouches available.
Accessing smaller items in your belt can be tricky. the Gatorback's box design and stitching let you grab small pieces by removing the deep opening. It also features a breathable, comfortable and sweat-free design. The bulky bag is not suitable for narrow ladders, but its pocket stitching ensures ultimate support.
Get a bag that won't press on your waistline; you'll take pressure off your hips and lower back and get a better range of motion. Although it's leather, it has wide padded shoulders to prevent sweating. The design carries the same weight as tools, but if you're tall, it can hang at an awkward angle, making it difficult to reach the tools.
If you're, well, sexy, this power tool bag fits a 52-inch waist. The double hammer holder supports a steel hammer and a long-handled hammer on the back. You should always keep the best electrician apps on your phone. the Bucket Boss pocket will only hold a 4.7-inch phone. You will have to carry a larger device.
Prepare a power tool kit with hard-wearing rubber feet to set down on the sidewalk. With the pop-open design of this product, you will never have to fiddle with the lock if your hands are too busy. A common complaint is that the shoulder strap is not durable, but it is one of the most spacious bags on the market.
The must-have bag for troubleshooting and diagnostics. It's just the right size if you need access to a crawl space and for bigger projects. The downside is that it lacks a basic holder for electrical tape or a pencil on the outside.
This mini power tool belt holster comes with a drainage device to keep you dry without worrying about your tools rusting and rotting. Its high-visibility reflector keeps you safe and visible in the dark. You won't be able to mount many tools, but they will stay in place with the magnetic system.
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