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2-Bag 14-Pocket Black Electricians Suspension Rig Work Belt with Suspenders

$7497
  • Electrician's tool belt with suspenders has adjustable top straps
  • Tool belt with suspenders has 2 bags with barrel bottom pockets
  • Moisture-wicking infinity belt adjusts for up to a 52 in. waist
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Product Overview

Husky
This product is a Tool Belt with Suspenders
This product's material is Polyester
This product's size is Adjustable
This product includes a Hammer Holder
This product includes a Tape Measure Holder
This product includes a Drill Holder
This product includes a nail bag
This product's width is 24 inches.
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The Husky 2-Bag 14 Pocket Black Electrician's Suspension Rig Work Tool Belt with Suspenders is a necessity for tool storage while on-the-go around a jobsite. The tool belt rig is constructed with heavy-duty nylon fabric and a customizable suspension system. The built-in suspender system can be adjusted to fit various body sizes. The Husky 2-Bag 14 Pocket Black Framer's Suspension Rig Work Tool Belt with Suspenders has padded shoulder straps and an elastic cell phone holder and a chest retaining strap. The middle bag on the rig is made to hold small parts such as nails, screws, drill bits, and other fasteners and will not allow for puncturing through the material.

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MaterialNylonPolyesterPolyesterNylon
SizeAdjustableAdjustableAdjustableAdjustable
Tool Belt TypeWaist Tool BeltTool Belt SuspendersTool Belt SuspendersWaist Tool Belt
Tool Belt Accessories FeaturesHammer HolderDrill Holder,Hammer Holder,Nail Bag,Tape Measure HolderHammer Holder,Nail Bag,Pen Holder,Pliers Holder,Ratchet Holder,Screwdriver Holder,Tape Measure Holder,Utility Knife Holder,Wrench HolderDrill Holder
Number of Pockets27143724
Tool Storage Product TypeContractor Work BeltSuspension RigSuspension RigBelt
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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.)
13.75 in
Assembled Height (in.)
6.75 in
Assembled Width (in.)
23.60 in
Product Depth (in.)
13.75 in
Product Height (in.)
4.5 in
Product Width (in.)
24 in

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Features
Adjustable Height
Material
Polyester
Number of Bags
2
Number of Pockets
14
Pack Size
1
Returnable
90-Day
Size
Adjustable
Tool Belt Accessories Features
Drill Holder,Hammer Holder,Nail Bag,Tape Measure Holder
Tool Belt Type
Tool Belt Suspenders
Tool Storage Product Type
Suspension Rig
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
5 year limited

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.2
    out of 246 reviews
  • 79% recommend this product
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Needed a Couple of Fixes but Worth It.
I bought this off of Facebook Marketplace and had to do a couple of fixes to make it work for me. However, it is holding up and seems to be very strong and well made. If you are a short person like myself (5'6") you will have to make some adjustments to the suspenders to fit you. I had to remove the plastic triangle the makes the yoke in the rear so that the slider buckles could adjust almost all the way up. In the front, I had to move the slider buckles up through the padded shoulder straps so that it would shorten up to fit me. The slider buckles in the rear for some reason kept loosening up when moving around. I solved this problem by adjusting them to where the shoulder straps should be on me and then sewed the rear straps so that it could not slide down. This basically made the front slider buckles the only way to make any adjustments. This so far is working even with various layers of clothing (all the way up to a heavy jacket). Like several other reviewers, I found the belt to be a huge weak point. I ended up replacing it with an old 3" leather tool belt that I kept from a previous rig. That made a world of difference in the way it sat around my waist and hips. Super comfortable and allows me to wear the belt without the suspenders if I wanted to. The next fix was to the speed square pocket. The pocket is pretty loose and too short in my opinion. It does not let the square fit nice and snug and allowed it to bounce around too much for my liking. I tackled this by carefully cutting a slit at the bottom of the pocket just above the sewn seams so that the triangle point could reach the bottom of the larger bag pocket. This works ok but I may look at making a holder out of a strip of leather on the other bag because I have always had my square on the left side and I am struggling pulling and holstering it on the right. As with the square, I have always had my tape pouch/clip on the left bag so I took off the pouch and cut the belt flap off (leaving just a little to fold over so that it looks finished) and added it to the left bag using two hex bolts and flat square t-nuts so that it would not interfere or damage the leather belt. I did a couple of adds that are not fixes but just made using the rig even better. First, I added an inexpensive molle cell phone pouch to primarily carry my phone but it does fit a construction calculator if needed. Last, was adding bat tape to the hammer holder as I have never liked the clanking sound. An upgrade I will most likely do is adding the Diamondback Hammer Sleeve. I will update if I do. Good Luck!
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      Prefect belt, just wish it had one more spot for...
      Prefect belt, just wish it had one more spot for a pry bar but other then that it’s great by far the best one I have
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            Great belt but would prefer the leather ones, or at...
            Great belt but would prefer the leather ones, or at least ones with back straps.
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              Needs some improvements, could be an awesome belt
              Weird. I'm 6', 160 lb. Spent an hour of my life messing with this thing to try and get it to fit my thin frame. It's ok now, not great. I agree with the other guys, perhaps I need to modify this.
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                  comfortable and great quality. I like that you can...
                  comfortable and great quality. I like that you can add different pouches as well.
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