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Old 06-13-2009, 06:42 PM   #1
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Not very many people have heard about this product. It's a small tool pouch that fits 10 screwdrivers/pliars easily. I got one with a velcro bet, to prevent slipping, for under 30 bucks. I will never buy another tool belt again. Website: techpacproducts.com

Anyone else know about these??
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They don't seem like anything spectacular in my opinion.
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They don't seem like anything spectacular in my opinion.
Not to everyone I'm sure. I'm used to carrying around the bulky leather Klein pouches that are stiff and not very flexible.
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Not to everyone I'm sure. I'm used to carrying around the bulky leather Klein pouches that are stiff and not very flexible.
What's unfortunate about those, is that give them a year or two and they'd probably be broken in just perfectly. But I agree with you that stiff, squeaky leather can be be a pain.

I have a CLC cordura pouch, and then a CLC 10 pocket nail pouch on a Klein soft leather belt.
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