Model # HDP411014

Internet #202311437

Store SKU #411014

Dead On Tools 3-Piece Professional Electricial Suspension Rig

Dead On Tools

3-Piece Professional Electricial Suspension Rig

$59.97 /each

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Product Overview

The Dead On Professional Electrician's Suspension Rig offers multiple pouches, pockets and holders to store your small-to-medium sized tools, keeping them readily available and organized when not in use on the job. The suspenders are padded for comfort and are easily adjustable. The adjustable waist belt accommodates most waist sizes.

  • Ballistic rip-stop heavy-duty material for outstanding durability
  • Vinyl-reinforced pouches with extra stitching at key stress points for secure tool storage
  • Padded suspenders for comfort
  • Includes 3 pouches for small-to-medium sized tools, a hammer holder, tool loop, metal-clip tape measure holder
  • Cellphone holder in the suspenders
  • 3 main pouches
  • Vinyl reinforced pouches
  • Note: product may vary by store




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3-Piece Professional Electricial Suspension Rig is rated 2.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It comfortable to wear and the suspenders provides additional support... It comfortable to wear and the suspenders provides additional support
Date published: 2017-04-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not very good I bought this tool belt 3 months ago. During the first month the strap that connects the tool pouch to the suspenders broke, I am using a piece of wire to to make the attachment now. At month 3 the stitching on the front pocket were I put linesmen pliers broke. The suspenders are comfortable but it is difficult to keep them adjusted because the buckles slip. The straps are constantly sliding off my shoulders so I have put a piece of velcro across them at the front to keep them together. I am still using this pouch until I find something better, just not happy about the money I wasted. This pouch needs stronger stitching, better suspender buckles, and better quality control. My pouch is not overloaded, 10 tools on one side and screws and drill on the other.
Date published: 2013-05-04
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not that great This tool belt is well put together however the padding on the belt rolls as you wear it(only allowing half of the padding to touch you). I think it would be better off if they included this product with a 5 inch belt instead of 3 inches. That might help prevent rolling. Also I don't think the velcro is doing any good it actually might be making the rolling worse. This product is definitely not worth $60
Date published: 2014-07-24
Rated 2 out of 5 by from work bags The bags could use better stitching and take in better consideration for the design of tool placement
Date published: 2014-12-31
Rated 2 out of 5 by from decent design, lower than par execution Bought this as an apprentice electrician, more bad than good, but its now a trusty outdoor/dirt belt. Good: Lots of large pockets for carrying materials as well as tools. if you don't carry materials, there's not much else to fill these pockets with. Lots of tool pockets and slots allowing for customization of the layout. Ballistic suspenders included are decent, though too large. Adjustible belt and suspender sizes. Bad: Suspenders are too long on the smallest adjustment even for the 6' plus guys I've seen who have this belt. Most threw them out, I placed some knots in the suspenders to tighten them up but it still wasn't snug (I'm 5'9", 150 lbs as a reference). Start to sag very quickly. Happens with many bags and the belt either needs to be worn high to reach all your tools or you need to lean a bit to grab the tools on the outer pockets. Cushion quickly wears thin and curls under the belt at the waist, creating a rough edge against your waist. Needed a lot of pockets to be stretched to be broken in enough to use properly, then they immediately become overstretched and loose fitting. Bottom line: decent starter belt if you know you're going to be upgrading, or a cheap belt you know will get dirty or used sparingly. For a bit more there are new and older Milwaukee belts, gatorbacks, and boulder bags that are reasonably priced and far more durable and comfortable. I would recommend customizing a belt out of separate pouches such as Husky over this rig for a starter belt though. Lasted 7 solid months with consistent but sub par performance, however.
Date published: 2014-12-27
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a decent bang for the buck I have has this belt a little over a year. I did have to exchange it once because where I put my linemen's wore out (use them all day every day). I just started in the trade of electric so I didn't have a ton of money and needed to get as much as I could on a budget. A year later and im thinking of replacing my belt however these pouches are backed for a lifetime so maybe ill just trade for a new one
Date published: 2013-11-10
Rated 2 out of 5 by from This tool belt is not designed for anyone under 5'10" tall or who doesn't wear a size 40+ inch waistband Great tool belt for anyone who is more than 5'10" tall and wears a 40+ inch waistband, otherwise it won't adjust small enough to fit you.
Date published: 2014-06-17
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Garbage 1st of understand, you get what you pay for. This is no exception. 60 bucks I didn't expect much. I mean a good tool belt is typically 140$, a great one can run 300$ or more. Lets go what defines how good a tool belt is, and why this one isn't. Most important thing for a tool belt, is how long it lasts. You can have the most comfortable functional belt in the world, but if after only 3 months the pouches are sagging, straps and slots are ripped/torn, etc, then it is no longer comfortable, nor functional. Like I said a good belt typically runs 140, most in that price range will last a year or two tops. Keep in mind this is considering professionals that use these daily, not someone that might use it once every few weeks, if that's the case it will probably last 40x longer then those of us that use it daily. This particular belt lasted me roughly 5 months. Over that time I customized it a lot. Added a hammer holder on the back, a measuring tape to the back right, snips pouch to the back right, and a magnetic pouch (for tech-screws) to the front left, and left the front right empty to mount my impact on. I sewed on some zipable pouch covers to the two pouches on the left side, it was awesome for a few months. But now all the slots are torn, the Velcro holding the pouches to the belt are torn so they sag like crazy, and it's barely usable. Second is functionality, origionally, again it worked great. Now I wish that the slots to hold screw drivers and other long thing tools, were longer. Instead they are slots about 1 inch long, at the top of the entire pouch. This means they sit in the pouch and have a guide to hold it in general place, but the bottom still pivots a lot, allowing it to fall lose. My screwdrivers and open end wrenches constantly fall out when I kneel down, twist, bend, etc. Also many items that are just long enough to get in those guides, constantly fall out underneath the guides which make them just completely loose in the large pouch. This is one of many (of the lower end belts) that placed the hammer slot on the front left of position. This is one of the worst positions for a hammer. For one, every step you take, it will swing into your thigh, or your knee (depending on how tall you are, and how long the hammer is.), prompting bruising. Also when you are on a ladder leaning on it, or leaning on anything, nothing like having a hammer shoved into you, occasionally the crotch region. Best place for a hammer is your back. since they wanted to include it on the pouch, they could've at least done back left or back right. The cell phone pouch is a nice idea, but only fits 1% of modern phones. It's the flip phone small kind that will fit. Not of the large flat phones will fit in this, not even an iphone, any of the versions. Comfort. This was mostly comfortable at first. Biggest issue is that the suspenders slide loose. What do I mean by this. If you adjust them to a certain point. Each day they will slide down an inch. So say your have it on the shortest setting, a week later they will be on the longest setting. They don't really grip the straps. While the padded belt does help a great deal, this belt is prone to causing back pains/problems. Specifically the lower back. I'm only 26, healthy build, rest of my back is fine, but after a day of wearing this rig, my lower back gets super sore. I wish it was a wider, tougher belt. A wider hard leather one for example would more evenly displace the pressure. Where as this one is so soft, the actual tough 2" belt just pushes through it, so it doesn't feel like much padding. All in all I would only recommend this to someone that has one project and will never use it again. Building a deck? Just the one? then go for it. Otherwise if you want a long last belt, or even a decent lasting belt, this is NOT the belt for you. Steer clear
Date published: 2014-12-05
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