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Model #TB-CT-104

Master Electrician’s 12.5 in. 25-Pockets Pouch and Shoulder Strap in Black

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Product Overview

The TOUGHBUILT Master Electrician's Pouch plus Shoulder Strap transforms how professional electricians carry their tools. The patented ClipTech Hub allows the pouch to clip on and off any belt, hang from its shoulder strap, or kickstand on the ground close at hand. This pouch is designed for the ever-changing needs of the professional electrician. Made specifically for an electrician's tools, its 25 pockets and loops include a wire-tester pocket, custom-fit flashlight holder, 3 adjustable tool pockets, notebook pocket, tape chain, and 9 screwdriver loops. With rugged 6-Layer Construction and heavy-duty rivet reinforcement, this reliable pouch withstands the most rigorous working conditions.
  • ClipTech pouch clips on and off any belt
  • Kickstand your pouch and tools on the floor or table next to you
  • Non-slip padded shoulder strap
  • ClipTech hub included
  • Wire-tester pocket
  • Adjustable flashlight holder
  • 3 adjustable tool pockets
  • Extra long tape chain
  • Tape measure clip
  • Rugged 6-layer construction
  • 25 pockets and loops
  • Notebook pocket

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MaterialPolyesterPolyesterNylonLeather
SizeLargeMediumAdjustableMedium
Tool Storage Product TypeTool PouchTool PouchTool HolderTool Pouch
Tool Belt Accessories FeaturesNo Additional Features IncludedNo Additional Features IncludedNail Bag,Ratchet Holder,Screwdriver Holder,Wrench HolderPliers Holder,Screwdriver Holder
FeaturesPadded Handle,Pre-AssembledPadded Handle,Pre-AssembledNo Additional FeaturesNo Additional Features
Product Width (in.)12.511.512.810
Product Height (in.)13.2512.253.510.5
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
8
Product Height (in.)
13.25
Product Width (in.)
12.5

Details

Color Family
Black
Color/Finish
Black
Features
Padded Handle,Pre-Assembled
Material
Polyester
Number of Pockets
25
Returnable
180-Day
Size
Large
Tool Belt Accessories Features
No Additional Features Included
Tool Storage Product Type
Tool Pouch
Tools Product Type
Tool Storage

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
Limited Lifetime

Questions & Answers

8Questions33Answers

How is the bottom made

Asked by Barry August 19, 2015
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Made of thick multi layered material for the main pockets. The 2 outer pockets have and adjustable strap bottom for each of the two.

Does it have a kick stand

Asked by Los July 7, 2017
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yes

will this pouch fit a fluke multimeter???

Asked by A6 January 21, 2018
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Yes. I have one in mine.

Is there a handle so you can carry it like a tote or is it only the shoulder strap?

Asked by Murphy July 6, 2019
4
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There is a handle

Could you fit this pouch in a tool backpack?

Asked by pat December 2, 2018
4
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Yes. but won't be easy in and out.

WIll it be too heavy for a belt?

Asked by Eliza December 6, 2019
4
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little bit

When will this item be available

Asked by Joe July 28, 2016
3
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It's available now....

Can you ship this product to republic of ireland? what cost. Regards T

Asked by Tom November 19, 2017
1
Answer

Home Depot ships to US locations only.

Customer Reviews

  • 133 Customer Reviews
  • 4.6 out of 5 stars overall
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Best tool belt on the market!
I've been using this for about 3 months now and as an electrician I can say this is by far the best the best tool bag/pouch on the market...very versatile and the quick release comes in clutch with getting up and down on the ground our getting up the stairs into an attic. Now if you load it up... It can get pretty heavy on your hip. But the shoulder strap comes in clutch when you got it loaded up. But if you just put the base needs of the type of job you're on its perfect! Highly recommend. Looking forward to getting more of their products! Just wish they were IN STORE SO I WOULDN'T HAVE TO WAIT ON IT TO COME IN!!!
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I like the ToughBuilt line of tool pouches, belts and accessories. They're made really well of st...
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I like the ToughBuilt line of tool pouches, belts and accessories. They're made really well of strong material, they clip on and off the nice padded ToughBuilt toolbelt, or any belt with the clip on it, easily and they have a kickstand that holds the pouch up on a flat surface to take the weight off of you while still keeping the tools accessible. The top of the bag clip can also be used as a handle. This Master Electrician toolbag also has a shoulder strap which I really appreciate. Everything stays snug but is easy to access. Multimeter, coax crimping tools, network cable crimper, testing tools (for network, coax and GFCI outlets), lineman pliers (regular and insulated), diagonal cutters, needle nose cutters, an assortment of screwdrivers, drywall saw, outlet box level and guide, flashlight, tape measure and more. There's even a chain that can fit a few rolls of electrical tape and a side pouch with a velcro flap that's good for storing extra test leads or other small items. To effectively use the kickstand don't use a very long flashlight or screwdrivers that extend below the bottom of the bag. The screwdriver and plier pouches are high enough that you can still get long enough screwdrivers in there. There are plenty of pockets on the side for plier type tools and screwdrivers. Linesman pliers couldn't fit in these easily but putting them in the front pocket puts them in a comfortable location. I wish there would have been an area that was extra reinforced for the plunge saw. The bag isn't symmetrical. If you're left handed and you keep it on your left shoulder the most commonly used tools in the pockets on the side (screwdrivers, pliers, diagonal pliers) will be in the back of the bag and harder to reach. The padded shoulder strap is very comfortable. Had it on my shoulder for a few hours while working on a project this weekend. Then put it down and used the kickstand to keep it up after I realized I'd be there a while longer. This is a nice big, bag. I wanted a bag for tools that I use when doing electrical work. I also do low voltage data cabling. This bag is big enough to hold all those tools and more. I even have some duplicates in there to fill out the bag. I'm still undecided between having one bag for everything or two smaller bags, one for electrical the other for phone, data and tv but for right now I'm loving this bag.
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I have a lot of tools, and this Toughbilt Tool pouch (Model TB-CT-104) checks a lot of my “must h...
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I have a lot of tools, and this Toughbilt Tool pouch (Model TB-CT-104) checks a lot of my “must have” boxes for a bag. It has 4 large pockets for holding meters and test equipment, plus a notebook. A pocket with cover flap is available for cell phones, though it might not hold the largest onesMedium pockets hold pliers, cutters, and crimpers, and there are loops for holding a variety of screwdriver-like tools,. I found it impossible to use some because they were so close to others the tools interfered with each other. Three pockets in front are supposedly adjustable in length but not enough to be useful for me. There is also an adjustable “pocket” to hold a flashlight, which works well for small to large lights.. The shoulder strap is nicely cushioned and readily detachable if desired. The belt clip can be attached without removing the belt, and the bag clips securely on the clip. With the number of tools I carry in this bag, the belt clip only serves to drag my pants down so I don't use it. The feature I really enjoy is the “stand” that folds from the back, allowing the fully loaded bag to stand on its own on a flat surface. No bag is perfect, and the choice is a personal one, but this bag is almost ideal. It's built to last and comes at a reasonable price.
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SUMMARY: ANOTHER GREAT ADDITION TO MY TOUGHBUILT COLLECTION BACKGROUND: I love Toughbuilt product...
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SUMMARY: ANOTHER GREAT ADDITION TO MY TOUGHBUILT COLLECTION BACKGROUND: I love Toughbuilt products. I have over 25 different pouches, belts, bags, totes, and sawhorses. The opportunity to evaluate the larger Master Electrician Pouch was too good to pass up. FIT, FINISH, FEATURES: This pouch is built to the same tank-like standards as all their other products. Heavy gauge fabric, heavy stitching, and a general no-nonsense feel and appearance. The cliptech belt attachment attachment is one of my favorite features of Toughbuilt pouches. The pouch also has the “kickstand” feature which lets you lean the pouch on a work surface (although doing that with a big Maglight in the holder doesn’t work well.) There are a lot of pockets to put things. The tape chain loop is larger and fits more tape. LAYOUT AND LOADING: This pouch has four pockets large enough to handle my snap-on multimeter and cable tester. There are smaller pockets on the back wall to hold small tools, notebook and labels, and pen, pencil, and sharpie. Three variable depth pockets on the front worked well for test leads, multi-pliers, and conduit level. And there are several screwdriver sized pockets on the right edge. The adjustable flashlight holster held a large Maglight well. The shoulder strap is a handy feature for a pouch that is sometimes better carried over the shoulder than on a belt. There are a couple of things that I wish Toughbuilt would do differently on these pouches. The main pocket of the pouch has partial-depth dividers. Because I prefer to carry different types of tools in the main pocket I had to put tubing into those sub-pockets to prevent the smaller tools and supplies from sliding down and under the dividers. If the dividers were full-depth it would give me more usable space and prevent tool loss into the bag. SUMMARY: This is now a permanently configured electrical service pouch. Everything I need except job-specific supplies fits here. PROS: Heavy duty, sufficient pocket assortment CONS: Main pocket dividers should be full depth.
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I’m pleased with this pouch.
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I really like this pouch a lot. Love the quality and the ability to just use the shoulder strap w...
I really like this pouch a lot. Love the quality and the ability to just use the shoulder strap when not needing to wear my entire utility belt. The kickstand in the back allows me to easily prop the pouch up while working make even more worth the purchase. I don't put a tremendous amount of tools in my pouch since I tend to buy tools that can serve more than one purpose. ToughBuilt has me as a dedicated client forever.
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Pretty well thought-out, maybe a little on the small side. Its easier for me to tell you what I f...
Pretty well thought-out, maybe a little on the small side. Its easier for me to tell you what I find wrong with it than what I find right. The partitions of the three center pockets do not extend all the way to the bottom of the pouch, so small tools can fall flat and get stuck in between. The two front pouches are pretty functional and have adjustable bottoms - the downside though is that there are gaps in the bottom of the pouch which small things can fall out of easily. The side slots are open on both ends and ideal for screwdrivers. The kickstand is good in theory and just ok in execution, its a rigid flap that provides little resistance to tipping over. If you slide long screwdrivers or tools into the side slots it sort of negates your ability to set up the kickstand. Could've done without the flashlight wrap-style pocket, haven't figured out a good use for it yet. The bag may be a little on the small side - I feel like I have to limit the load-out in order to keep everything accessible - but this will be dependent on your trade and the number of tools you require. The strap is pretty nice, feels durable and the shoulder pad very comfortable. All said the manufacturing quality feels nice and substantially sturdier than some other offerings. Its probably one of the better bags out there especially at the price point.
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Excellent Pouch
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This is the perfect size pouch for electrical work. Now finally all my tools are in one spot. This makes doing those electrical projects easy, just grab this pouch by the integrated carrly handle, throw the padded strap over your shoulder and go! I especially like the kickstand so it stands up wherever you set it! Very nice! Also nice is the notebook pocket and the tape holder.
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A well constructed pouch
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A very well built pouch. I have been through several types of tool bags/pouches of various makes but this one is about the toughest I've ever had in my hand. Pros: -It is well built - the tool bottom of the pouch seems tough enough to take on just about any tool. -Lots of loops, pockets, holders; easy enough to separate tools that need to be and organize the ones that group such as screwdrivers. -Well engineered; lots of thought went into this pouch such as the removable shoulder strap, the back side kick stand and the belt clip (just the thought that went into the design of the belt clip is amazing!). Cons: (these cons are in my personal application) -Most of the surrounding pouches/pockets have open bottoms which means nothing straight handled can go in these unless it is something like a heavy insulated screwdriver. Those same pouches are almost too shallow of wire tools such as lineman or side cutters. The good thing about these pouches is no dirt gets trapped in the bottom. -The inner pouch is separated into three sections by a partial wall. My drivers (nut drivers, screwdrivers) have a tendency to follow the slope of the bottom and late lay down into the adjacent section. The good thing is the pouch is easier to clean. There are several great things about this pouch - lots of things you wish someone do in a good tool pouch design. I've had belt type leather tool pouch that I use for small projects that I don't need a full tool bag for. I would just run a leather belt through it to carry it on my shoulder. Many times I wish my leather pouch had a kick stand - all these things Toughbuilt has put in this pouch plus a cool built-in carry handle. It may not be the perfect pouch for my needs but it is the best by far to any of my tool pouches and tool bags.
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Of good construction
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My attention was initially drawn to this pouch from the pictures of it here, with its apparent rigidity. Nylon pouches that I've tried in the past have been rather slouchy, so I have always tended to prefer heavy leather ones. This pouch has plastic or something similar sewn between the walls, keeping the pockets well formed, even when fully loaded up, which is what I was looking for. This pouch seems to be well constructed. I could find no flaws in the stitching or elsewhere in its construction. As for its features, the kickstand does work rather well, standing it up firmly with a full compliment of tools on board. The shoulder strap is nice, and thankfully removable, as I don't see it as something I would use. Still, its a nice option to have. Unfortunately, there are some features that do not work for me, personally. The outer side pockets are all open at the bottom. This is where I normally would carry my screwdrivers, and when placed in deep enough to hold them firmly, even the standard lengths protrude enough to be in jeopardy of scratching any surface you might stand this pouch up on. The front 2 outer pockets are expandable at the bottom, but I can't see doing that without them interfering with the pouches ability to kickstand. The flashlight pocket, while adjustable, really is sized more for the large flashlights of old. The covered pocket next to it, if intended for a cell phone, wouldn't fit much more than a flip. I would have much rather have had this an open pocket. The pouch clip does just fit my 2" heavy-duty leather work belt. I like to wear my pouch so that it rides high on my hip, and constantly found the plastic part around the clip to be annoyingly in my way. I found that whole clip part rather clunky. It also seemed that no matter how tight the belt was, the top portion of the pouch seems to want to fall away from the body. Depending on how one wears it, these may not be of issue to others. In summary, this pouch seems to be well-constructed, with some nice features. While I don't see it working for me personally, professionally, I think it is a good value.
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