I really do like the strength and durability of the tool belt. Not too heavy, and I find that I have more pocket space than I did with my old tool belt.
and theyre important things the three big pocket side which i refer to as the nail side should have another slit far up like the other side does and this thing is made for left handed people only like i said the three pouch side is for nail which should make it on the opposite side they have arranged fail for lack of beta testing / protoyping and one lat thing these belts need small tough loops for cats claws design it around the stanleys and bostitches
Really like this tool rig. Looks good, works great. Ive used it for a number of different jobs. Finishing my basement, repairing privacy fence, on new construction job sites. It will hold a good variety of tools and fasteners. It has held up well, sturdy, durable.
I like it and recommend it.
My husband had a old craftsman belt and it was time for a new one i knew he would only replace his old one if he had a new craftsman one. He really likes it. The only thing is the bags show a craftman logo on them but no where on the belt does it say craftsman still great quality leather.
The only affordable tool belts I could find in the big box stores were synthetic. This is the only leather toolbelt I have found that blue-collar guys could actually afford. It has held up for me now over a year of hard abuse. My waistline is 32 and I punched one set of extra holes to make it a little tighter for me
well the UPS man just dropped this off for me a little while ago... i can already tell it is a quality tool belt... i like that there's 2 small nail/screw pouches on the one side that also has a larger pouch, alot of times i am working with several sizes of nails and screws... i like that there is a speed square slot/pocket on both sides cuz that way you can swap which side of your body the bags are on and still have a slot for your speed square on the side that you prefer (also, i have tested and a 7 inch square fits perfectly in them)... i like that there isn't an over abundance of pockets, some tool pouches have too many pockets and dividers in the main pockets and etc... for my needs this is just the right amount of storage space... i like the quality of leather, these look like they should hold up for years and, if i took care of them and made repairs as needed, possibly the rest of my life... the price is not cheap but not unreasonable... any less $$$ and you are looking at lesser quality in general... like i said alot of tool belts come with too many pockets and bells and whistles to overcompensate for sub-par materials, if you like synthetic fabric pouches then you can find nice ones for cheaper... but i prefer the durability of leather..... so when it comes to leather tool belts i think the price of these is fair, considering what some other companies charge... couple things i don't like... i with there was a couple small pencil slots on both of them not just the one side, i put markers and nailsets and scratch awls in those spots so it is kind of lacking there.... also i wish it had a separate tape measure holder that goes on the belt, that's just my preference (ordered one from occidental for an ok price so no biggie).... oh, and the belt part is way too big for me.. but i will just snip off the end and cut it down to a better length... i guess it is a good thing because anyone from a big ol' potbelly to a scrawny little guy can wear this cuz there are plenty of holes all the way around........ so overall i am excited and happy about this tool belt and would definitely recommend to anyone in the construction trades....
wow, i sound like a **** commercial... i swear i don't work for SEARS lol ..and most DEFINITELY did not get this product for free...
great tool pouches and am glad when i see the craftsman name put out quality products