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Has anyone tried one of these yet? I would highly recommend it as i typically don't wear a tool belt but this has its place and can be worn for a very long time without any fatigue.
Its a bargain and available at sears.com $99.00...may be cheaper some place else but it was a gift so i can't complain...
Looks like what alot of sheet rockers and carpenter's wear. I've got a TechPac Tool Belt that holds my dykes, needle nose, side-cutters, 430 CL's, 4 Screw Drivers, Strippers, and Volt tester. For under $20 you can't beat it. I've never had to worry about an achy back because its so small.