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    $14.99
    1. Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super
    $16.99
    2. Bucket Boss Brand 15051K Bucket
    $29.99
    3. Bucket Boss 06088 GateMouth Open-Face
    $9.99
    4. Bucket Boss Brand 10010 Bucket
    $24.99
    5. Bucket Boss Brand 55033 Builder's
    6. Gerber Multi-Plier 400 Compact
    $29.99
    7. Bucket Boss Brand 06005 Contractor's
    $4.99
    8. Bucket Boss Brand 10002 4.5-Gallon
    $24.99
    9. Bucket Boss 99050 SideCar Ladder
    $14.99
    10. Bucket Boss Brand 06009 Jumper
    $9.99
    11. Bucket Boss Brand 54006PDrill
    $51.29
    12. Gerber 07563 Pro Scout Needlenose
    $49.99
    13. Bucket Boss Brand 55034Contractor's
    $12.99
    14. Bucket Boss Brand 03061P Stacker
    $19.99
    15. Bucket Boss Brand 06100Cable and
    16. Bucket Boss Brand 04040 Crate
    17. Bucket Boss Gatemouth Jr. Bag
    $5.99
    18. Bucket Boss Brand 15054 Super
    19. Gerber 07572 Fisherman - Multi-Plier
    $7.95
    20. Bucket Boss Brand 99110 Black

    1. Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super Bib
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $24.04 -- our price: $14.99
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    Asin: B000022444
    Sales Rank: 71
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 100% cotton duck
    • Five large pockets
    • Eight narrow pockets
    • Three-compartment chest pocket
    • Quick-release buckle

    Reviews (9)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Ease of use
    I find this great, does not fit around neck, it is like pair of suspenders, will soften up after a couple of washes, all pockets roomy, a great all purpose apron made of tough material.

    2-0 out of 5 stars shop bib review
    The bib material is A OK but the quick release buckle was of very poor quality and will not stay closed. I am currently looking for another buckle that I can have someone with a heavy duty sewing machine will replace.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better Than A Belt For DIY
    I had the lesser version until the hammer loop broke, then I ordered the 'Big Dog'.I found this version to be much better.There are two hammer loops, multiple screwdriver pockets, six big pockets, and adjustible straps.This apron is easy to put on, and take off.When, and if, this apron breaks, I will quickly purchase another.

    If you are used to a belt, this will take some time to get adjusted to, but it is far superior, for small jobs. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Work Wear    2. Tools   


    2. Bucket Boss Brand 15051K Bucket Stacker Kit 4-Pieces
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $19.44 -- our price: $16.99
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    Asin: B00002243J
    Sales Rank: 5575
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Made in USA
    • 4 compartments for organizing nuts, bolts, screws, nails and more
    • Includes a drill bit sizer, pencil holder, and measuring rule
    • Stacks 4-5 deep in any 5 gallon bucket
    • 4 piece kit

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Let's Get Organized !!
    This set of four stacker system, with four compartments each, has greatly aided me in trying to keep my shop organized with the various screws, nails and brads that I use in my craft business. Each compartment is labeled and I know that the exact item that I am looking for is in the "screw" bucket. It has eliminated the boxes of stuff from piling up on the workbench.

    Better yet, when I go off to a craft show, I just take the bucket with me, and I know I have everything in hand that I could possibly need. Plus, when the supply of a compartment gets low, I know it is time to fill it up, rather than hunt through the various boxes on the work bench hoping that I have more.

    I do have to watch the amount of hardware I put in the containers.Too much weight tends to make them a little "too flexible" and difficult to handle.

    A great "investment" and time saver for me.

    4-0 out of 5 stars smart idea
    Each time I need to set up a new truck or trailer I put together 3 of these sets. 1 for fastners, 1 for electrical, and 1 for plumbing.They keep the truck well organized and save me the lost time of having a man run to the hardware store for a few inserts.They are one of the best ways I have of keeping supplies on hand.If I could change anything about the tray it would be to have a tray divided into 6 sections for smaller parts. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    3. Bucket Boss 06088 GateMouth Open-Face Tool Bag
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $44.99 -- our price: $29.99
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    Asin: B00007CW58
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Organization meets style in the Bucket Boss GateMouth open-face tool bag. Made of a strong, tear-resistant material, the GateMouth has room for all those little odds and ends you always seem to need on the job site, with the flexibility to organize everything almost any way you choose. The bag features a total of 29 compartments of varying size and depth, designed to help you organize your hand tools more efficiently. Among its features, you'll find an ID pocket, tape-measure clip, electrical-tape holder, and tool clip--along with a reinforced, rubber bottom and a free plastic storage tray for organizing and storing small parts and fasteners inside the bag. --Carl Thress ... Read more

    Features

    • Includes a free tray for small parts and fasteners
    • 29 pockets in all for added versatility
    • Extra-long handles for easier carrying
    • Waterproof rubber bottom protects tools and wears like iron
    • Strong, reinforced, abrasion-resistant handles ensure longer life

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Procuct
    This is the best tool bag I have seen.Very well built, easy access to all tools.Strong bottom that keeps tools orgainsed and dry.Ideal for Electricians!! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    4. Bucket Boss Brand 10010 Bucket Seat Pro
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $9.99 -- our price: $9.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004T83C
    Sales Rank: 3922
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Two removable dividers for organizing larger parts
    • Clear lid for viewing contents
    • Lid securely snaps closed
    • Fits any standard 5-gallon bucket

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not for Manly Tool Stuff ONLY!
    OK, I bought several of these Bucket Boss Bucket Seat Pros for the USUAL uses - lids with convenient hardware / small tool storage. And the seat works GREAT for it's intended purposes! My wife came up with the idea (after thoroughly washing, of course) to use the seat to put vegatables and dip in. She uses a 5 gal bucket as a picnic basket, filled withice, soda, food and enough room for plastic plates and utensils, paper napkins in a plastic baggie, etc. We're all set!
    The possibilities for the complete Bucket Boss line are endless!!!

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good organizer & seat but not built well
    I found the Bucket Seat Pro to be a great idea. Great storage for small parts and tools but the seat broke at the hinge. The design creates a stress spot at the hinge that isn't strong enough to hold your weight. Too bad, it was great while it lasted (one year).

    5-0 out of 5 stars bucket boss seat-lid
    Very nice for storage of any type of small parts, examples-soliderless terminals, bx/romex conn., wire nuts, wire staples, plug fuses, ect. You can also stand on the top of it to use buckett with lid as a short ladder or stepping stool; and aaa yes, as for those of you who can sit on the job, a nice seat. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Boxes    3. (Toolboxes)   


    5. Bucket Boss Brand 55033 Builder's Rig
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $53.95 -- our price: $24.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002243E
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Built by the company that perfected the bucket tool organizer, the Builder's Rig from Bucket Boss is a well-crafted and well-designed tool belt sporting deep reversed-taper pockets. The well-padded belt features a quick-release buckle and a solid spine that won't stretch under loads like some belts. The smaller pockets have plenty of room for wrenches, pliers, utility knife, angle square, hand plane, pens, and pencils. There's also a tape measure pouch and a sturdy hammer loop. You could certainly spend a lot more for a tool belt--and considering you wear the thing day in and day out, it might even seem worth it--but, thanks to Bucket Boss, you don't have to. This is a solid, all-purpose tool belt at a reasonable price. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • Constructed of durable Anso-tex nylon
    • Reversed taper pockets
    • Padded belt fits 28- to 52-inch waists
    • Pleated pockets hold nails securely
    • Removable pouches

    Reviews (9)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Very nice, better after time
    This product is nice because of its adaptability.You only need to lug around what you need and not a bunch of empty flapping pockets.It is also nice to be able to vary the position of the pouches and hammer.The belt is nice and comfortable, with good but not exessive padding and the material is practically indestructable and wearproof.It doesnt get easily soaked with water or sweat either, which is nice.Of course, when brand new the belt is a bit stiff, but it wears in quickly and hangs very comfortably.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Comfortable, flexable tool belt.
    For years, I'd been using a standard stitched leather tool belt, which was adequate to get jobs done, but left me in need of either more of less storage at times for different types of tools.With the pockets stitched in place, there was no flexability to move them around to a more comfortable position.

    Enter the Bucket Boss tool belt, and it's a whole new story.The first thing I noticed about this belt is how comfortable the belt is.There's a lot of padding, which makes it easier to wear for hours and hours.However, the best feature is that the pockets, hammer loop, etc, are NOT stitched in place, and can be moved, removed, or repositioned at your discretion.Need only one pocket for a light job?Take the rest off!Don't like the hammer loop on the left?Move it to the right!And for an encore, I strongly advocate the Bucket Boss drill pocket and pneumatic nail sleeve.These can also be added to the tool belt, easily providing the most versatile, flexable solution for any professional or DIY home owner.

    Kudos to the large pocket for the tape measure.It will fit even the largest of tapes.Likewise, the main pockets are cavernous, which permits storage of practically anything you need.The metal hammer loop is infinitely better than a leather loop (what I'm used to).

    Bucket Boss has a big-time winner on their hands with this item.5 stars all the way!

    1-0 out of 5 stars Builders rig is awkward
    I am a carpenter, and have been for sixteen years. I have tried many different bag setups over the years, from front pouches, which I find convienient but very hot on my legs and dificult to walk with while wearing, to my favorite, two seperate bags sitting on the outside of my hips. The Builders rig bags are way too short, so they sit up at an awkward hight and the tool pouches on the inside of the big pouches get jambed up with fasteners. The entire set up is very awkward. Not what you want to deal with at work. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Belts    3. (Toolbelts)    4. Work Wear    5. Tools   


    6. Gerber Multi-Plier 400 Compact Sport w/Toolkit
    by Gerber


    Asin: B00004WA4F
    Sales Rank: 12301
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 11 tools including wire cutters and Fiskars scissors
    • Compact multi-tool
    • Stainless-steel construction
    • Weighs 6 ounces
    • Limited lifetime warranty

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great value
    I was in the market for a multi-tool for quite sometime. I considered several different models but many seemed like overkill. I mean how many attachments did I really need? I certainly wasn't looking to clean out any cow hooves or saw through a leg bone with it after a successful hunt. It has the right number of tools and features for a regular guy. I use it at work and at home all the time. The add-on tool set and carrying case are a nice bonuses. Great value for [the money].

    5-0 out of 5 stars An EXCELLENT replacement for the Sideclip
    I had written a review about the Leatherman Sideclip, calling it the best daily carry multi-tool I had found.This was until I got a Gerber Sport.

    My "heavy-use" multi-tool is a Gerber, and I would often carry onto a jobsite if I knew I was going to be using such a tool.The "auto-pliers" and locking tools make it a fine choice.

    The Scout retains these qualities, slims down the size and weight, and adds a very heavy duty set of scissors that I have personally used to shear thru thick leather hides.Cuts seatbelts like a charm as well.

    The selection of tools isn't comprimised on this smaller model either.A good selection of ground screwdriver blades and a solid combo-edge knife are the standouts.

    I have owned many a Leatherman, and I have twisted and tweaked the screwdriver blades on every one of them.I have *never* had this happen with a Gerber.

    Those of us that have had to apply a good amount of force to a multi-tool plier have known what the hollows of a Leatherman feel like.Hard to apply pressure for any length of time as it "bites" into your hand. The Gerber's handle is rounded and quite comfortable for such activity.

    One last note:As silly as it sounds, taking out your Leatherman in the middle of a task can often be clumsy as you butterfly it out to get at the pliers.With the Gerber, you flick your wrist and you're ready to go.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Just the tool I needed
    I first used this type of gerber onboard a ship, and its great! has practically everthing you need with an added tool set sor you can fit more screws. Its much easier to have this sitting on your belt loop ready to use then to have to fish around in a tool bag or box for the tool you need. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. (Knife)    2. (Multitools)    3. (Swiss Army Knives)    4. Hand Tools    5. Multi-tools   


    7. Bucket Boss Brand 06005 Contractor's Briefcase
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $36.07 -- our price: $29.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002243H
    Sales Rank: 1010
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Constructed of 600 denier fabric
    • Two-sided bag for business and tools
    • Sound-transparent cellular phone pocket
    • Small pockets to hold calculator and business cards
    • Tool pockets for 30-foot tape and hand tools

    Reviews (6)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for contractors!
    I've been carrying my Bucket Boss briefcase on a daily basic for two years now, and it still looks new. It may be designed for contractors, but there are plenty of features that make it perfect for computers geeks as well. There's room for a laptop, of course; a special pocket for a cell phone that lets you hear the phone ring, tons of pockets for pens, pencils, screwdrivers, pliers, a digital camera, books... whatever you need to carry. It's rugged, looks good in almost any setting, yet doesn't attract the attention of thieves like the typical laptop case or fancy briefcase. Highly recommended.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Oh, but for one zipper...
    ...this would be a perfect bag. It wants for a zipper under the main flap for the primary compartment. In its existing state papers get wet in a rain storm.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Better and cheaper too!
    I was looking for a replacement for my Lands End briefcase [I've had three of those but I'll never go back]. One of my complaints about the last one I had was that it was navy blue and things like my black cell phone would get lost down in it [along with other things]. With only a few small but deep pockets inside, there wasn't a good place for the phone, and things tended to get very disorganized. I'm a clinical psychologist with 3 offices [and a home office] so I tend to carry around a lot of junk, including charts, other papers etc. and with the Bucket Boss I'm no longer always rooting around trying to find something that I tossed in there. In my search, I looked at other canvas bags that could take the beating of all the moving about that I need to do - the Lands End ..., the L.L. Bean case ... and one from Duluth Pack ... but I saw this one in the ... Tool Crib catalog for... and it kept intriguing me - in part because of the lighter color, which I thought would help with being able to find my "lost" things. At that price there seemed little to lose but boy, was I pleasantly surprised when I got it. The pictures and text do not do it justice. It has tons of pockets, places for pens, wallet, checkbook...you name it. I've used it for over a month now and I can't find anything I'd change in the design, nor any flaws in the construction. In fact, I love it so much that I'm going to order a "replacement" now, so that when I wear this one out I'll have one already. My only qualm in doing that is that it is so well made, it may never wear out, but I'm sure my heirs will be able to put it to good use long after I don't need it any longer. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Job Site Office    2. Briefcases   


    8. Bucket Boss Brand 10002 4.5-Gallon Bucket
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $4.99
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    Asin: B00004T83E
    Sales Rank: 1659
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Screen printed Bucket Boss logo
    • Extra-sturdy handle

    Reviews (7)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Get Real!
    I just paid under $4 for an identical bucket from Home Depot.Now, if the BB version had a molded durable and comfortable handle, it might be worth The $10.

    5-0 out of 5 stars How Odd
    How odd that there aren't any complaints about the price! The price of this excellent bucket is 2X, Double, Twice as Much as the excellent clean, new, empty buckets available from Home Depot, Lowes' or most any home improvement store.
    The ones from Home Depot are even available in orange or white. Sometimes the store even has a "fill it up and get a better price on what you fit in it" sale. I don't know if these are USA made or overseas made though. I'm not sure if that makes it worth the extra money or not.
    This IS a great bucket. Shop for price though.

    3-0 out of 5 stars And then you get the bucket
    I wish I would've known that when I ordered the Bucket Boss organizer that it didn't come with the bucket!I learned the hard way.Not that there's anything wrong with this bucket...just thought I'd share my frustrations! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage   


    9. Bucket Boss 99050 SideCar Ladder Tool Organizer
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    -- our price: $24.99
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    Asin: B00004XOFD
    Sales Rank: 1715
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Adjustable straps for a tight fit around ladder
    • Works on most standard step ladders
    • Both sections have a hammer loop and hand tool pocket
    • Drill holster on one side
    • Large Velcro-sealed compartment on the other side

    Reviews (4)

    4-0 out of 5 stars Could use more pockets
    Like other reviewers, I've found this item to be quite a little gem. The large side pocket is deep and has more than enough space to carry nails, screws, hardware, etc. However, there are only two small slot-type pockets for screwdrivers and other small tools.If it had a couple more, it would be worth 5 stars.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Product
    Have one and love it.

    Best feature is the velcro bellows bag.Holds a full bag of cable nail straps (for romex) and opens wide for easy access.The velcro seals tightly with no leakage, even when the ladder is folded up and tossed in the truck.I usually demonstrate this feature by climbing down, slapping the pocket closed, folding up the ladder, and then turning the whole thing upside down and shaking. No spillage.

    The second best feature is the drill holster.Holds securely even without the strap fastened.Easy in/out even with long bits or drivers.

    Having hammer loops on both sides is very handy.I don't lay tools on the top of the ladder because I usually forget and don't like getting thumped in the head when I move the ladder.The hammer loops are stiff so they don't collapse and trap the hammer handle.

    These features turn the step ladder into a mobile workbench.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Worth every penny!
    This is one of those "gadgets" that you think you can live without, until you actually see one!I use mine at work everyday, and constantly have electrcians, plumbers, HVAC, and even carpenters ask me where I got it.No one cares how much, becuase they see the value from the start.Makes it very easy to bring to the job exactly what I need, but not be dragged down by a heavy tool belt.Make sure you put your name on it, because it may walk off. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    10. Bucket Boss Brand 06009 Jumper Cable and Extension Cord Bag
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $16.95 -- our price: $14.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000022688
    Sales Rank: 3200
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Store and carry cables and cords
    • Use for emergency supplies
    • Front holding pockets
    • Durable double web handles

    Reviews (9)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Wrong place to put your money
    For the price of this bag and a decent set of cables, you can get a portable jump start system from Husky, Coleman, etc. with a built in worklight (added bonus, you can use these systems as a power source for power outages, tailgate parties, extended cell use, etc.)And, these gadgets are easier to use and/or store than cables.Add about 10 bucks, and you can get the models that have light duty air compressors built in.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Must Have for Tidy Northerners
    So you live in the north -- maybe even the Great White North, eh?Well, then you know that jumper cables are an absolute necessity for winter.Maybe you have cables and they always get in a tangle; or, perhaps you don't want to get cables because they will just make clutter.Well, then this bag is for you.

    The bag is rugged, compact (the size of a good size cheesecake), and nice -- classy even.Best of all, it works!Cables stay in a nice coil, your trunk is less messy, and the cables are easy to grab when you need them.It even has a small pocket on the side for smal items.

    My only wish is that it came in black!

    2-0 out of 5 stars Pay attention
    Ok, I admit I should have paid a little closer attention, but beware.There are NO jumper cables with this.This is merely an overpriced BAG.I suppose if you really like to keep your jumper cables in a heavy duty bag, maybe this is for you, but if that is the case, you may be using your jumper cables too much.Let's be honest, your hope is to never use these things and if you do, you dont need them stored in some expensive bag collecting dust.

    Oh by the way, this item CAN NOT BE RETURNED.So pay attention here and hopefully you are smarter than I am. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Power Supplies    2. Booster Cables    3. Tool Storage    4. Tool Bags    5. (Toolbags)   


    11. Bucket Boss Brand 54006PDrill Holster
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $12.99 -- our price: $9.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002243Q
    Sales Rank: 1898
    Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Right-hand model
    • Holds regular or cordless drills
    • Four pockets
    • Drill retention strap
    • Padded extension to protect leg

    Reviews (7)

    2-0 out of 5 stars Won't work for T handleor small drills
    although the construction is impecable the holster really needs a leg belt to stay stable, also the pouch will not work well with t handle drills like a milwaukee, or small drills like 7.2 volt B&D.works greak with dewalt, but thats it as far as i can tell, better off buying the hook...

    5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect complement to the Bucket Boss tool belt
    I recently reviewed the Bucket Boss Builder's Rig, and was overwhelmed with the versatility and comfort of their tool belt.The Drill Holster is a natural addition to the tool belt, and easily slips on the belt in place of (or in addition to) any of the pockets on the belt.

    This holster fits my Porter Cable 14.4 drill with NO problems, and the balance is darn near perfect.Kudos to Bucket Boss for providing a bit of padding on the inside of the pocket as well.

    Check my other reviews on the Bucket Boss lineup, and try it for yourself.I'm sure you'll like it!

    4-0 out of 5 stars Bucket Boss Holster 1st
    I like everthing about this item.I was especially pleased with the small pockets, how convenient to have your bits and some screws at your side.I do, however, wish this holster had a leg strap.It tends to roll backward somewhat.But, would I buy another one, you bet I would.Thanks, Dennis Odom ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Cordless Tools    2. Tool Holsters   


    12. Gerber 07563 Pro Scout Needlenose - Multi-Plier
    by Gerber
    Tools & Hardware (28 October, 2004)
    list price: $90.00 -- our price: $51.29
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004TR4Y
    Sales Rank: 7023
    Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Limited lifetime warranty
    • 15 tools including a crosshead screwdriver and replaceable saw blade
    • Independent tool rotation
    • Ball sheath included
    • Stainless steel construction, weighs 11.5 ounces

    Reviews (11)

    3-0 out of 5 stars better then most.
    This is a pretty nice knife except for a couple of issues I'd have rated it higher.

    Bad points-

    Only one standard screw driver blade - small size with a nice bottle opener built in the same blade. My son dropped this once when he barrowed it from me and the screwdriver blade chipped. Must be some pretty good hardened steel.

    No saw - The black Finegrif (tm) saw blade is a joke. It would take half an hour (at least) to cut through a small nail and the blade is too thin to not break right off. For wood this blade is even less effective. This is a none usable...

    The file has no teeth on the side like a proper file should. One side is a double cut and the other single cut (metal). No chance for an emergency manicure here.

    Can opener blade has no fingernail slot and it's sharp so it's hard to safely deploy.

    Best things about this knife-

    Nice set of needle nose pliers great for small precision type jobs. One handed operation (pliers only) and also has a comfortable grip.

    Scissors- a necessity in my opinion.

    locking blades- excellent system for locking the blades

    All and all a good quality tool but with some design flaws.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Designed for many uses and it works well
    Quality -- The first observation I must make concerning the Multi-Plier 600 Pro Scout with Needlenose pliers (and all the other modern Gerber products with which I'm familiar) is the outstanding quality of the fit and finish. This particular product proudly wears a Made In USA label, and it features satin-finished stainless steel throughout with Zytel plastic buttons to unlock the fold out tools. It opens fairly smoothly, feels solid in your hand, and the knife blade and other tools lock in the open position for safe and secure use.

    Selection -- Choosing an ideal multi-tool is perhaps the hardest task facing the user. Multi-tool marketing favors manufacturers and retailers because there are so many different configurations (too many, in fact, and you could find yourself with a collection.) I don't like that for reasons too numerous to mention, but suffice to say there's no single multi-tool that includes all the tools I might want or need. An ideal scenario would be a build-your-own concept, but that's out of the question since Gerber doesn't sell direct to the consumer.

    Usability -- The 600 ProScout lets you carry a lot of useful tools in a compact package that weighs about twelve ounces. The tools are as follows:

    1. The needlenose pliers are one of the best in a multi-tool. They are precision made and allow a lot of leverage and pressure to be applied to a part. They retract into the handles for storage. On this model, they must be deployed to use the fold out tools; this is one thing that makes this tool unique from some of the other Gerber tools.

    2. The tool steel file, made by Simonds, is coarse on one side and fine on the other; it suffers from being too small for most of what you'd want a file for, but it still has some use.

    3. There's one Phillips (crosshead) screwdriver that is about a #1 head size. It's just too small to inspire confidence when I am prone to overtighten EVERYTHING.

    4. Two slotted blade screwdrivers (small and medium) are actually ground to size as opposed to just being stampings. Screwdrivers are usually the weakest link in a multi-tool because of their small size and the twisting pressures that are applied to them so you definitely don't want to pretend they are prybars, too.

    5. One of the screwdrivers is also a bottle opener (opens bottle caps I guess, but I have NEVER used this).

    6. There's a can opener that's well made; while it does work well, it's not my choice to use in the kitchen but while camping or while parked along a roadside waiting for triple A after grocery shopping it's another story.

    7. The drop point knife is a combination fine edge and serrated edge. While it's a good blade, in the Gerber tradition, you don't get enough of either edge style and it's VERY difficult to sharpen the serrated part.

    8. There's a RemGrit (tungsten carbide grit on alloy steel) jig saw blade in a universal coupler. It cuts on the forward and reverse strokes and is self sharpening. I just had to have this multi-tool because it has this saw that cuts a lot of different materials. The blade can be replaced when it wears out or you could swap it with a regular wood or metal jig saw blade.

    9. The Fiskars scissors are small but sharp. I'm not disappointed by their usefulness and quality, but then real men and women won't do their tailoring with this thing either.

    Maybe it's just me, but cutting stuff is what this particular tool configuration is about (knife, saw, scissors) and that's why it's nice to have the file to touch up rough edges which is invariably what I get when I cut stuff. The tool would be more useful still if it had a lanyard ring on it so then I wouldn't need another model multi-tool for another hobby.

    I could give this a five star rating if it wasn't for the fact that every multi-tool combo is a compromise of convenience (miniaturization) versus function. Plus you pay dearly for having many tools in the package while you have the expectation that you'll have use for the chosen tool configuration often. The Gerber Multi-Plier is a handy way to keep your life together without carrying a toolbox.

    4-0 out of 5 stars It's OK
    I've had this tool for about 14 months now, and it's OK. It has come in handy a few times, but that's what a multi-tool is supposed to do. After 14 months of relatively consistent use, here's what I have to say...

    KNIFE: Absolutely incredible. This knife is still unbelievably sharp. I love it.

    PLIERS: They do their job as pliers should do.

    WIRE CUTTER: I cut some copper wire a few months ago, and now the wire cutter is notched. The wire wasn't even that thick. 10-12 gauge max. They should be made of a stronger metal.

    FILE: never used it

    SAW: never used it

    CAN OPENER: It's a little tricky, but it does the job.

    BOTTLE OPENER: Opens all drinks

    SCREWDRIVERS: They're too short and stubby. You can only use them on flush surfaces. I know the Leathermans have longer screwdriver attachments.

    SCISSORS: They tackle small jobs well enough.

    It's an average tool. It's better than the junky ones, but it's not worth raving over. After 14 months, all the attachments jiggle a little, and it makes it tough to close the pliers. The knife is the best part, the rest is so-so. If you asked me if I would buy this again, I would say no, and I would buy the Leatherman Wave. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Hand Tools    2. Multi-tools    3. (Swiss Army Knives)    4. (Knife)    5. (Multitools)    6. Camping Accessories   


    13. Bucket Boss Brand 55034Contractor's Rig
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $65.88 -- our price: $49.99
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    Asin: B00002243D
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Designed for professional use, and offering considerable savings over all-leather tool belts, the Contractor's Rig by Bucket Boss is a lightweight tool belt that's still packed with features. With 30 pockets and built of Anso-Tex nylon, this belt is roomy enough and very tough. You'll really notice the considerable lack of weight--especially compared to leather models--and that's where this belt wins most of its converts, by pleasing guys who are tired their tool belt's dragging them down. The Contractor's Rig also includes foam-padded pockets; a padded, adjustable belt that fits waists 28 to 52 inches wide; a cat's paw sleeve; padded hammer sleeve; a special tape measure pocket; and generous nail and screw storage. Overall, it's a solid choice. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more

    Features

    • Constructed of durable Anso-tex nylon
    • Center buckle adjusts from both sides
    • Padded belt fits 28- to 52-inch waists
    • Riveted and bar-tacked construction
    • Removable pouches

    Reviews (15)

    5-0 out of 5 stars I wouldn't buy any other toolbelt.
    I am on my third "contractor's rig". I have something stuffed in every pocket.I re-hab old houses and I do more things than just carpentry. I carry a framing hammer, nails or screws for the job, screwdriver, pliers, cold chisel, awl, nailset, utility knife, crescent wrench, miniature screwdriver, 5 pencils or markers, razor blade scraper, electrical tape, 2-prong plug adaptors, electrical connectors; latex gloves, sandwich bag of misc. fasteners, paper towels, paint can opener, wood dowels, end nippers, wood chisel, nail claw, (2) voltage ticks, flashlight, 25' tape, some other odds and ends, and safety glasses.I like a toolbelt that is lightweight so I can pack around more tools.I like the Contractor's Rig having so many pockets... it has spoiled me for any other toolbelt... I am always on the lookout for a toolbelt with more utility, but I haven't found it yet.I have to use padded suspenders from Nailers with it because of the weight (and to attach my cell phone to), but, the belt is not all that easy to attach suspenders to.I have a 32" waist, which means the two bags, the tape holder bag, and two hammer loops (sometimes I carry an extra hammer or prybar) pretty much fill up the belt for me and still keep the bags off my thighs and to the side when I climb ladders or work on my knees).I have had to make repairs and sew up the toolbags a few times, but if you are using a toolbelt every day it is going to suffer wear and tear.The hammer sleeve makes a great place to store safety glasses.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Good for Light work !
    I've used this tool belt rig for over a year now in Florida, doing custom High-end trim work. I'm a professional with over 20 years in the field so I guess I can critique with some authority. The actual waist belt " sucks !" it went directly to the trash ! the left side fastener belt has good storage saving the fact that both small outside pockets lack depth and tend to rip where they are fastened , the steel framing square pocket could be a little deeper too! the pouch also lacks a tape pocket where you can easily access your tape measure , a clip would not be acceptable. The right hand tool pouch is pretty good some more inside partitions wouild be nice but , Oh Well! The hammer holder is useless I've closed the bottoom with a n electrical ty and use it for keeping a skeine of masons line in it. I've added a seperate hammer holder and use a seperate tape holder with the adddition of a STRONG 3" leather belt . I've hhad this belt for awhile as I've said and its time to have it restiched or replaced . Hard to get these things perfect I guess! all in all what can you get for FORTY BUCKS these days

    4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad
    Im a helper with a crew that does rough framing and have been using this rig for a little over a month.Overall I am satisfied with the belt, especially the price.A helpers pay won't afford one of those $100+ setups out there.

    Each pouch has a nice big pocket that can hold a ton of nail clips even if you have a bottle of water in there, which you need in this south texas heat.When I first got it I had to switch around the left and right pouches.I like the one with the two fastener pockets to be on my left.They work out great.I keep a small supply of hand drives in one and cap nails in the other.The third nail pocket on that pouch keeps concrete nails, but its hard to get my fingers into it.And theres no way a human hand can fit down there.Having that speed square pocket on the left is nice to.

    The tape holder doesent seem like it would work well.And every time you look down at it you wonder how in the world your tape hasnt fallen out yet, but it works great.Its nice to not have your tape taking up pouch space.My tape has never fallen out - (a 25') but I don't think it would hold a 35' well.The hammer hanger is excellent and works way better than the hammer sleeve.That hammer sleeve DOES NOT protect your leg.My estwing beats the heck []out of my leg if I keep it in that sleeve.

    The right pouch has a mammoth pocket just like the left one.And it also has three small pockets inside it that hold my knife, torpedo level, and pry bar perfectly (wish I could keep that bar somewhere on my left though).The middle pocket (which I didnt even notice for a few days) holds a chalk line like a dream.The bottom most pocket I dont have anything in but its nice to have that storage space.I like to keep the big pockets for nail clips.

    There are a great many places to put pencils but no pencil pockets where I REALLY want one, its not a big deal though.The pocket that has the covered flap works well to hold a short ratchet action screw driver I have.

    The nylon is much tougher and resistant to tears and punctures than I thought it would be.No need to baby this rig.The belt itself is comfortable (once you get it adjusted where you like it) and unless you are really loaded down with stuff you don't really notice your wearing it.

    I can't comment on whether or not this would make a good "contractors" rig but it sure makes a great "helpers" rig. I would definitly recommend this belt to anyone that needs a good rig but doesent have a ton of cash to spend. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Belts    3. (Toolbelts)    4. Work Wear    5. Tools   


    14. Bucket Boss Brand 03061P Stacker System Pockets
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $14.95 -- our price: $12.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002243N
    Sales Rank: 5384
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Bucket organizer with 27 pockets
    • Tape strap and box pleated pocket
    • Bucket interior remains open
    • High-visibility yellow

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Organization at its Best
    No question now as to where that tool is hiding.It is in the tool bucket.The 27 pockets of the Bucket Boss Stacker Pockets allows you to put the smaller tools on the outside of bucket where they are easy to get at, and the larger tools on the inside where they can be easily accessed.Nothing is buried where it can't be seen or is "totally lost in the mess".There are enough pockets for everything, and enough room inside the five gallon bucket to allow everything to have it's proper place.

    Get yourself organized, get your tools organized, get the Bucket Boss Pockets and Stacker system.It's in there.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Father's Day Gift
    I wasn't sure exactly what I was ordering, but got it because it was on sale.Let me tell you, this thing is great.I got it for my kids to give to their Dad for Father's Day.This system is huge and I know I wouldn't see anymore tools lying around the house now.Two big thumbs up on this one.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Handy for organizing tools.
    I found that whenever I was working on a project around the house, I would get a large bucket, and put all of my tools in it.I would then lug this disorganized mess of tools around and try and get the job done.This allchanged when I got the bucket boss.

    The Bucket Boss organizer keeps allof the smaller tools organized hanging on the outside of the bucket withroom for the larger tools inside.

    On the outsde there are compartmentsfor a tape measure, pencils, screwdrivers, wrenches and some largercompartments for larger tools.

    This is a handy way to keep your toolsorganized. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    15. Bucket Boss Brand 06100Cable and Tool Bag
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $25.00 -- our price: $19.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00004T831
    Sales Rank: 6558
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • 13.25-inch diameter
    • Two exterior pockets
    • Double-sided interior mesh catch-allpouch
    • 6 interior hand tool pockets

    Reviews (2)

    1-0 out of 5 stars empty bag for the same price as bags and cables
    I see the picture on the front page, and it HAS a picture of cables in the bag. At walmart there are bags with cables for $18.00. I am returning these, the bags are nice, but empty!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Slick tool back for the trunk
    Fits right into the spare wheel.Out of the way but totally organized.Big enough for fix-a-flat can, big cables, and lots of tools and flashlight.Like all their stuff, the quality of this bag can't be beat.A bargain... ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    16. Bucket Boss Brand 04040 Crate Boss without Crate
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $38.48
    Asin: B000022445
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Bucket Boss's Crate Boss is loaded with pockets--13 interior and 28 exterior. Filled systematically, this tool organizer gives you storage and immediate see-it-grab-it access to a remarkable number of tools: hammers, wrenches, drivers, bits, staple gun, pry bar, etc. There's even a handy snap-in pocket for a cordless drill. Because the Crate Boss fits snugly over a standard milk crate (not included), it won't tip over in the back of your truck the way bucket organizers can. It also takes up less space. The tradeoff, however, is that you really can't carry two of these at once (without spilling) the way you can with bucket organizers. The Crate Boss doesn't seem quite as spacious as the Bucket Boss, but by the same token, its compactness means you're less likely to get sloppy and misplace a tool at the bottom of it. Whichever you decide to buy--Crate Boss or Bucket Boss--you'll have an organizer far more convenient than the toolbox of yesteryear. --Jon Groebner ... Read more

    Features

    • 13 interior pockets and 28 exterior pockets
    • Great for everything from a little marking pencil to a big cordless drill
    • Extremely stable modular shape of the milk crate
    • Excellent jobsite organizer for the work truck or van
    • Dairy crate not included

    Reviews (5)

    5-0 out of 5 stars A great product
    The Crate Boss is made of high quality materials like all the products from Bucket Boss/ Fiskars. Intelligent design features for utility and convienence.
    The Crate Boss has 27 outside pockets and 13 interior pockets. It has the convenient cordless drill holder that the Bucket Boss has. Generally the pockets are BIGGER - a pocket for a 30' tape measure, flashlight. There are two large flapped and velcroed pockets you can use as nail pouch type compartments.

    Some important points:
    The Crate Boss fits a 13 X 13 "DAIRY QUALITY" Crate only. The Crate Boss DOES NOT FIT the flimsy plastic office filing system "milk cartons". You may have to do some searching for a correct "manly" milk crate.
    The Crate Boss has a "Full Bottom" to keep things from falling out through the crate. This a REALLY nice feature!

    There are some positive and negative points when comparing the CRATE Boss with the 56 pocket BUCKET Boss product. Both products are very well made with intelligent design features. Both use the same hard use materials. And should last an exceptionally long time.
    The Crate Boss has a lower center of gravity than a comparably filled Bucket Boss. It has less tendency to tip over when in the back of your pickup.It does tend to slide around though.
    It also isn't easily carried with only one hand like the Bucket Boss can be.
    There is enough room in the Crate to carry other power tools like a circular saw that you can't get into a Bucket Boss bucket.
    I love Bucket Boss products and the CrateBoss is another useful product.

    4-0 out of 5 stars Be sure to buy the crate at the same time!
    I've had real difficulty finding a crate to fit this product.They claim to fit a "standard" 13" crate, but most crates are now a bit larger, I believe, in order to hold file folders.Be sure and order the Bucket Boss with the crate to avoid frustration.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great for organizing the truck
    There is no limit to how many tools you can cram into this great organizer.I bought my crate boss some time ago, but it sat on a shelf until I spotted an old milk crate in an abandoned warehouse. Since then I have been amazed at how many ways you can store tools, bottles, tape measures, flash lights and any number of other items.If you don't feel like putting everything back in its place, you can just chunk it into the open area in the middle of the crate.Later, you can sort everything out and put it in its place.That suits my style perfectly. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    17. Bucket Boss Gatemouth Jr. Bag Protects Cordless Power Tools
    by Bucket-Boss


    Asin: B0000AXFGE
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars great bag!
    Very durable and great size for holding your essential tools, drill or other small power tools. ... Read more


    18. Bucket Boss Brand 15054 Super Stacker
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $5.99 -- our price: $5.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00002243K
    Sales Rank: 2264
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Made in USA
    • 44% more capacity than traditional Bucket Stacker
    • Organize washers, wire nuts, bolts, etc
    • Fits in standard 5 gallon bucket
    • Includes a drill bit sizer, pencil holder, and measuring rule

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Organization
    This "Super Stacker" container is a little larger than its yellow cousin.The four compartments has greatly aided me in trying to keep my shop organized with the various screws, nails and brads that I use in my craft business. Each compartment is labeled and I know that the exact item that I am looking for is in the "screw" bucket. It has eliminated the boxes of stuff from piling up on the workbench.

    However, I do have to watch the weight of the items in the compartments.It is very easy to overload the entire bucket when you put several of these together.

    When I go off to a craft show, I just take the bucket with me, and I know I have everything in hand that I could possibly need. Plus, when the supply of a compartment gets low, I know it is time to fill it up, rather than hunt through the various boxes on the work bench hoping that I have more.

    A great "investment" and time saver for me. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Tool Storage    2. Tool Bags    3. (Toolbags)   


    19. Gerber 07572 Fisherman - Multi-Plier 600
    by Gerber
    Tools & Hardware (28 October, 2004)
    list price: $120.00
    Asin: B00006JSPC
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Editorial Review

    Don't clutter your tackle box with a pile of tools. Gerber's Fisherman multipurpose tool fits them all in your pocket. Gerber designed this multitool especially for fisherman, including everything needed when out on the water in a pocket-sized package. There are extra-long plier jaws with long gripping teeth, needle-nose pliers with small gripping teeth and a precision-gripping flat tip, three sizes of fishing-line-splicing band crimpers, a bottle opener, a medium slot-head screwdriver combination tool, a carbide fish hook sharpening tool, a split-ring and slit-shot spreading wedge, a carbide double-cut file, a drop-point blade, a No. 2 Phillips screwdriver, and a retractable lanyard. Whew! The blades and tools all lock when opened, and it comes with a sheath and free zinger to make sure it doesn't fall in the water. ... Read more

    Features

    • Tools lock for safety
    • Carbide cutters, indexable and replaceable
    • Elongated pliers for hook extraction
    • Fiskars scissors
    • File with hook sharpener

    Reviews (3)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Medic tool
    I was an Aerovac Medic for the US Air Force.I carried my Gerber with me as basic equipment.You don't have to peal open this tool, like a Leatherman.All you have to do is place it between your thumb and fore finger, flick your wrist, the pliars thrust out, and lock into place.It's great for one handed use.I used it many emergency situations.Great for cutting parachute cord, fixing medical equipment, cutting bandages, and eating MRE's.Fantastic Multi-use tool.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Gerber fishing multi-tool
    The quality and design oriented toward the purpose of use during fishing is impeccable.Other Multi-tools may be good but this couldn't be any better.I fish all the time and this tool will be going with me. I have no aspect of this tool that I am not in approval of and I particularly like that the carbide/cobalt cutters can be replaced.

    5-0 out of 5 stars One tool that does it all
    For fisherman, this is a great multi-tool that does almost everything you need except tie on your tackle. The best feature is the ability to open the pliers with one hand. That comes in very handy when you have a rod or a fish in the other hand. The wire cutters went through fireline very well, and the scissors handle every other type of line. The file and knife blade came out easily and locked into place so you don't have the issue of it folding back on it's self. Not to mention it's a very sharp blade! The only down side was using the split ring spreader was a little awkward it's pretty far back on the tool. One piece of advice, USE THE LANYARD. My first one of these is at the bottom of a lake. ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Hand Tools    2. Multi-tools    3. (Swiss Army Knives)    4. (Knife)    5. (Multitools)    6. Camping Accessories   


    20. Bucket Boss Brand 99110 Black Cell Phone Holster
    by Bucket Boss
    Tools & Hardware
    list price: $17.46 -- our price: $7.95
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000040OEL
    Sales Rank: 6438
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • New black ballistic fabric
    • Hooks on any belt
    • Cover flap with Velcro closure
    • Padded pocket
    • Fits most cell phones

    Reviews (4)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Buy...I have two!
    I have the black "mini" cell phone/beeper holder for my LG L1400 (I love this phone too). I like this a lot better than the case I purchased with my phone that costed $25 bucks, got this case for under $5 at Menards. I have the standard tan and green colored cover for my work phone. I love both for the fact they are rugged on the outside and plush on the inside. Also the belt system I love. They should use this same system on thier other products which I have reviewed (knife sheath, rear gaurd) the system on the phone case has the metal clip which is very sturdy and it also has an enclosed belt loop (the black "mini" has both loop and clip). I highly recomend this product.

    5-0 out of 5 stars excellent product
    another great product from bucket boss.the clip makes it easy to use and take anywhere.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Works like a champ.
    Bought this item for dear old pappy. He loves it!Easy in, easy out.When straped in the phone stays put! The large steel belt hook has a serious bit and will not slide off untill you take it off.Now, I need to buy a cell phone for my self and get another one of these for me! ... Read more

    Subjects:  1. Job Site Office    2. Phone Holsters    3. Cordless Tools    4. Tool Holsters   


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