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DEWALT DG5103 Small Durable Maintenance and Electrician's Pouch with Pockets for Tools, Flashlight, Keys $14.88

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DeWalt Pouch gives Hands Free Storage to Maintenance & Electrical Professionals

DEWALT has the perfect tool holder for contractors who need to have their tools close at hand. (DG5103). This hands-free tool bag features a large main pocket, loops and sleeve pocket hold a number of tools and supplies so you can work quickly and efficiently. Custom Leathercraft has thought of everything, they designed this tool bag to hold up. It is made durable ballistic poly material, it features a rear clip or can be attached to a belt up to 2-3/4 inch wide. When you are in a crawl space or climbing a ladder your hands will be free ad your tools will be close by.

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  • CONVENIENT ACCESS: Large main pocket and smaller front pocket for parts and tools
  • MULTIPLE STORAGE OPTIONS: Web loops and sleeve pockets allow you to carry a variety of tools and parts
  • DURABLE: Ballistic poly fabric includes reinforced edges for extended use and wear
  • HOLDS YOUR ESSENTIALS: Handy flashlight or large tool sleeve and electrical tape strap plus carabiner for keys
  • TWO CONNECTION OPTIONS: Rear clip or attach to belt up to 2-3/4-Inch wide
  • Large main pocket and smaller front pocket convenient access to parts or tools
  • Web loops and sleeve pockets provide multiple storage options
  • Rear clip or attach to belt up to 2-3/4-Inch wide
  • Durable ballistic poly fabric includes reinforced edges for extra wear
  • Handy flashlight or large tool sleeve; Electrical tape strap plus carabiner for keys
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Well made but Amazon reviews indicate that pouch is heavy and internal pockets are small and tools are hard to get in and out. Other's indicate the CLC 1524 pouch has wider main pouch and seems to be more functional:

https://www.zoro.com/clc-ziptop-u...agQAvD_BwE
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Well made but Amazon reviews indicate that pouch is heavy and internal pockets are small and tools are hard to get in and out. Other's indicate the CLC 1524 pouch has wider main pouch and seems to be more functional:

https://www.zoro.com/clc-ziptop-u...agQAvD_BwE [zoro.com]
Thanks for the research, I will pass on the dewalt.
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I've used this one for 4 years I do CCTV cat 6 fiber optic cable installs it's been the best bag I could ask for
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Or Craftsman for $4.94 from Sears

https://m.sears.com/craftsman-electricians-pouch/p-00930380000P?gclsrc=aw.ds&sid=SLIAx01191011x000001x1979005199&utm_campaign=9052802&utm_group=71283841176-352491908853&utm_term=pla-761465361272&gclid=CjwKCAjwxaXtBRBbEiwAPqPxcA7daiQWG2URtx5hxauBZp9Yk3Ui5f0aMmHZEwHLj_A6r6bHatpSFBoCc_8QAvD_BwE
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It's a decent deal, though the price is ~$16 half the time. Still, it's a great value even at the usual price. But don't get it if you plan to use the belt clip. It's pretty flimsy and will break very soon. Only get it if you plan to thread your belt through the stitched-on belt loop. Unfortunately that was too much trouble for my use at home, since I'm often wearing nylon belts with big buckles that are hard to thread through.

This is what I use now:
https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01A3YJG02/

Overkill, perhaps, but it's quick to put on over whatever I'm wearing, and I can really load it up without feeling the weight.
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So low because electricians hate dewalt
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I used to own the Husky version of this exact same pouch about 12 years ago when I started working electrical in the shipyards around the country and on oil rigs. It was a great everyday pouch for installation and troubleshooting of most everything electrical. It lasted me for a few good years, I'd say about 6 or 7, until the belt clip broke. It's a shame about the issues people are mentioning on Amazon about the belt clip on this one though. And yeah, I did use the belt loop for a while after the clip broke, but the clip was a lot more convenient for a quick on and off, and quick relocation to another out of the way area on your belt or pocket... Or even just to quickly remove it before you hit the porta-john.

And I would load it up too. I carried a basic Klein Lineman pliers, a pair of channel-locks, diagonal cutters, Klein crimpers, adjustable wrench, 6in Phillips, Slotted, and Ferguson screwdrivers, a couple of nut drivers, a small bubble level, a folding stubby socket wrench with a couple of deep well sockets, a pair of wire strippers, a Craftsman micro needle-nose pliers, a Phillips and Slotted micro screwdrivers, a couple of uni-bits, and two or three electrical tapes. Believe it or not, that all fit into it's various pockets.

If I recall correctly, the Husky one ran about $10-15. The one Home Depot carries now as a 'Maintanence Pouch' has a velcro flap that works, but not my preference. That's the thing about tool pouches, it's all preference really. What one likes, another may hate.

I find it funny though how you can tell which are the guys who are new to the trades through the picture reviews on Amazon for tool bags and pouches... They're usually the ones posting pictures with either shiny new tools or cheap multi-bit screwdrivers. Not many good multi-bit screwdrivers out there.
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I'm a homeowner so I'm not using this everyday, but I've had one for a few years and love it.
Been remodeling my house out of pocket for the past few years, so it has gotten more than occasional use.

For my purposes is just the right size; big enough to hold the tools needed for most electrical work without lugging a toolbox or pile of loose tools around. Part of the benefit for me as a homeowner is keeping all the proper tools for that type of work together instead of having to round them up from various boxes or drawers.
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If your looking for something similarly sized, but leather and with an actual belt, check this one out: https://www.amazon.com/Custom-Leathercraft-IP489X-Suede-Pocket/dp/B001AIKIE4, it was $11 a few weeks ago.
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i'm nearly 100% sure that CLC manufactures these for DeWalt if that means anything to anyone
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Or Craftsman for $4.94 from Sears

https://m.sears.com/craftsman-ele..._8QAvD_BwE
That Sears pouch is really small. It's roughly 6" x 7". For the price, I'm going to keep just to store my meter, wiggy, circuit testers etc. because they're shorter and kinda delicate.
But it's not good for hand tools unless they're no more than 6" in length max because it's way too small/shallow.

EDIT; The more I look at the picture and read the description of the Dewalt compared to the Craftsman in my hand, I think they Are almost the Exact Same pouch. And it does say SMALL right in the Dewalt description.
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