Rated 3.1 out of 5 by 18
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by wayne great product
light weight and padded dead on has always been a great product
September 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Jeff Framers Rig Review
Out of the box this thing is a mess of belts and pockets, but after I figured it all out and got it to fit my size it has bee perfect. It is now loaded with all my most used tools and is hanging on a coat hook mounted specially for my new rig. it is now a grab and go perfect for all situations. If I don't need my bag of screws I just pull it off, as well as any of the other tool bags, so easy. And I was really happy to discover that the cell phone carrier that I thought was way too small for my apple 6s fits it nicely and I can listen to what I want as intended, lol. Great buy I would recommend it again and again.
July 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MagickRemodeling Highly recommend!!!
Awesome. Simply the best bags I have had. Built very tough and long lasting
April 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mc Good belt but not great
i bought this about 3 months ago, i use it 4 days a week doing framing siding drywall whatever really, it worked amazing for framing but thats it haha, im not trying to bad mouth this belt its nice, but its to bulky and heavy for being on ladders and hanging board, the suspenders are great, i actually was forced to use them, the belt was a little to big lol, but if you have the money i would buy the best one you can afford, if you cant like me then buy this.
February 28, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Jared Right idea but...
As a sheet metal worker, my work environment demads durability. Figured I could get 6 to 8 months out of them. The pocket locations are ideal but unfortynatelly the vinyl reinforced bags are no match for anything with a pointed edge. I had tears with in 2 weeks. Stiching of compartments on inside on bags ripped. Clasp for suspenders broke in 1 week.
April 23, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Haynes Dead On Framers Suspension Rig
I like it a lot. The only thing I have a problem with is, the suspenders loosen up during the day. By lunch, I have to tighten them and again in a few hours, every day. So, I put duct tape on them. Other than that, good prouduct.
April 20, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by TinchDog Nice price!
I bought this belt 4 months ago. I use this belt everyday as a framer/carpenter.
Pros: The skull and cross bones adds a nice touch. Durable bags, holds what you need, and nice metal hammer holder.
Cons: The padded belt lasted a week until it crumpled up and fell off. The pencil holders are way too large so the pencils always fall out. The nylon hammer loop on the back always gets caught when I use the metal hammer holder (very annoying). The cats paw loop isn't durable so it tore through after a couple months of use. The harness is made for a very, very large person, even all the way tightened and it still was loose on me (and I am 6'2", 250lbs haha).
For the DIYer I'd say this is a great buy, but for someone who will use this everyday I would suggest you invest in something a little nicer.
November 20, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by CynicTradesman Uncomfortable overkill
I chose this pouch/bag setup because the choices were 1) cheap and not nearly enough pouches/spaces 2) loose pieces to mix and match (taking a lot of time to pick through and choose just the right ones just to learn it cost way more than....) 3) this reasonably priced pouch set with suspenders that I could just grab and go.
I chose # 3 and in the short time I have had it, I have had more tools, pencils, etc. fall out of my pouches than I ever have had with other tool belts. I don't even use half the pouches that are on the belt. They are difficult to adjust. There are sections of the cloth bags that are rigid for some unknown reason that jab into the thighs causing sore spots after a couple hours wearing the pouches. The suspenders slowly loosen while wearing to the point the hips are supporting the full weight of the pouches - aka the suspenders are useless.
All in all, they tried to make an all-in-one product and overshot the target to the point it becomes mostly useless. I have probably lost as much dollar value in tools, fasteners, and other pieces I have carried and lost as I saved by not taking more time and buying a set more customized to my needs.
November 12, 2014