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Putting together an extra low voltage belt for work in offices were I normally just sling my construction rig on my shoulder. Basically I work as a commercial electrical apprentice then also take ELV service calls from the office if I'm not running larger ELV jobs. I love having a bolt bag on my arse, all rubbish when working on a ladder goes in there so I dont have to pick it up later and its also good for hauling material and stuff up ladders.

I've ordered the following off of amazon,


I want to keep it streamlined so ideally I'm going to have -

Combination needle nose pliers
Midget Dykes
Multitip driver
#2 phillips whirlywhirl
Beater driver
5m Tape measure
Mod Tap or mod tap/tone source
110 punchdown
Krone Tool
Pencil torpedo level
Knife
Ruler
Pen and pencil.
 

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That pouch may be a little small for all those tools. I had one of those and never cared for it.

I do agree with the bolt/trash bag...good call!

Keep us informed on how that works out for you.

P.S. What is ELV?
 

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That pouch may be a little small for all those tools. I had one of those and never cared for it.

I do agree with the bolt/trash bag...good call!

Keep us informed on how that works out for you.

P.S. What is ELV?
ELV = Extra Low Voltage.
 

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When doing low voltage, i use the same 4 tool klein pouch, and carhartt nail apron (thx Hax), and just swap the stuff out with low voltage crap. Or i just use romex staples until I run out and then use a stapler from there. It takes maybe 30 seconds to switch out tools.
 
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