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Bigg Lugg Power Tool Holder Belt Hook

4.5 out of 5 stars 127 customer reviews

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  • Fully adjustable for almost any hand held power tool
  • Use to hold cordless drills, nailers, staplers, saws, and more
  • Fits any tool belt or waistbelt and clips on and off in seconds
  • Swivels out of the way against your hip when not in use
  • Durable all metal construction
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Product Description

Ideal way to hold and carry most cordless tools, pneumatic nailers, staple guns, saws, and more. Easily attaches to any tool belt or waist belt in seconds. Designed to use by left or right handed users. Durable all metal construction. Contains 12 tool hooks with strip clip.

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The Bigg Lugg tool holder might be a deceptively simple-looking device, but it's a breakthrough accessory on the job site. Anyone who's ever dropped a cordless drill or a nail gun off the top of a ladder or scaffolding is sure to appreciate the Bigg Lugg's effectiveness. Unlike standard holsters, the Bigg Lugg swivels on your belt, so tools continue to hang down even when you bend over or sit--they don't slip out the way they can with holsters. It also folds flat to your belt when not in use, which helps keep it from hooking or getting caught. The Bigg Lugg clips to any belt, though it fastens most securely to a 2-inch belt (on wide belts, the clasp can't pinch shut). We use ours mainly for cordless drills, but it also works well for nail guns and reciprocating saws. While the Bigg Lugg might not change your life, it will make your workday a lot easier. --Jon Groebner

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Technical Details

Part Number 00113
Item Weight 0.8 ounces
Product Dimensions 8 x 6 x 0.6 inches
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Item model number BIGG LUGG
Item Package Quantity 1
Batteries Included? No
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B0000224SD
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4.5 out of 5 stars 127 customer reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #12,267 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#7 in Home Improvement > Power & Hand Tools > Tool Organizers > Tool Holsters
#567 in Home Improvement > Storage & Home Organization
#1,087 in Home Improvement > Contractor Supply
Shipping Weight 0.8 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Date First Available November 8, 1999

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When I'm working with wood my preference for joining is with screws. I also create a pilot hole in most instances before I fasten with a screw. This gives me a strong durable joint that I can rely on. The point of all this is that switching between a drill bit and a screw tip was not very practical, and the only solution for me was operating one drill with a screw tip and the other with a drill bit. The problem I encountered was not having enough hands for both drills and placement on the work surface. I placed drills on the ground and got dirt in them. I placed them on ladders and they have fallen. Want to see a grown man cry ? Just drop a $250 dollar drill from a 12 foot ladder on concrete. The Bigg Lugg from Prazi was just the soulution I was looking for. In fact the moment I saw this devise I ordered 2, one for each side of my tool belt. It ballances the load on my belt and allows quick interchangeability of drill types. This is a well made product, simplistic in design and very functional. I highly recommend it for the convience it brings as well as the safety for the tools sake. My only noteworthy negative would be that I wish that the base of the swivel was more rounded so it would be a little easier on the plastic handle of the drill. All that being said, it is a very worthwile investment, one that will pay for itself in short order.
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I purchased the Bigg Lugg for all of my carpenters, and have found only one problem. The clip isn't deep enough to fit over the 2" web belt that is the backbone of our tool belts. We have changed all of the clips for longer ones, and love the result. I have been overwhelmed by other builders asking me to modify their Bigg Luggs for them.
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I must say this is the best tool holder on the market. We have several drill holsters sitting around gathering dust. They just don't hold drills securely. It's very disconcerting and frustrating to be on a plank or ladder and have your favorite drill take a dive whether its sitting on a flat surface or hanging ( securely you thought) in a holster. No matter how tough your drill is you have to wonder, "Will it ever work again? More importantly was anyone hurt by its fall ? " With the Big Lugg it's not even an issue. That little hook holds securely at any angle. It works for lots of other things too. Nail guns, sawzalls, you name it. If you dont need it, it folds flat, just swivel it out of your way. As others have mentioned, the clip dosen't grip a 3 " belt very well. I got a 3" belt that tapers to 2" in the front and have had no trouble since. Better get a bunch, because everyone will want one !
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I, personally have not used this carrying device at all, but for those (very few) that still use the 9.6v and 12v Makita Cordless drills with slim batteies for various tasks this item will not work. Since now most people use drills with a wide pack on the bottom of the handle, this works great. Also it can hold air nailers and possibly hang rope from it.
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I was a bit skeptical before purchasing the Bigg Lugg Heavy-Duty Multiple Use Power Tool Holder. I wasn't sure that it would be practical. Well, the second I tried it out, I knew I was hooked (all pun intended). Because of the weight of the cordless battery packs on cordless drills (especially the 18-volt and above), I found that the two different traditional drill holsters I've been using fall a bit short. My DeWalt 14.4V drill tries to spin around in the one holster and seems to want to lean away from my body in the other. With the Bigg Lugg holder, the drill is supported where most of the weight is (at the battery), so it stays close to your body and feels comfortable. With my other holsters, I have to take time to snap the strap over my drill for fear the drill will fall out. With the Bigg Lugg, just drop the drill into the hook and you're done. It stays securely every time. I also use the Bigg Lugg for various other tools. I even used it to hang a small can of paint on my side while painting on a ladder. You're limited by your imagination. The Bigg Lugg Tool Holder is a very simple concept and whoever invented it will get filthy rich off of the idea. However, people like you and I will benefit from its use as well, and that's really what matters. You won't be disappointed.
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Yes, it keeps the drill quite handy, but one word of caution.... you have several pounds of cordless drill swingin' around below your waist with a sharp object sticking out of it. There are just some places a #12 c'sink drill bit aren't meant to be. It's a good idea, but be careful.
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This is a great "why didn't I think of that" product. After countless trips to and from the toolbox and up and down the ladder on a home remodeling project, I bought this gadget the moment I saw it. Now when I go looking for my drill, cordless saw or nail gun it's right there on the belt.
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I've been using the tool holder for about 6 months now. Mainly because I'm a lefty, and finding left hand holsters is sometimes a problem. This tool holder works on the left or right side of any tool belt. I like that its compact and light weight and works well with certian tool belt set ups. Where there isn't room for a standard drill holster do to alot of nail pouches. Its easy to access and freely puts the drill in your hand.
The 4 problems I have with it.
1) It catches on everything when a tool is not in it. The design shape is a hook. And that is exactly what it does! On everything in its path. Even when folded to side.
2) Once hooked it bends out of shape. Easy to fix but a constant problem reshaping it.
3) The tool dangles free, allowing drill bits or screw tips to do damage. Where standard drill holsters hold the drill close to your side.
4) The tool comes out of the holder at times. Climing ladders, bending over, running etc. Damaging drill bits and tips as well as the home owners floors.
I will continue to use it but being mindfull of the home owners property and my surroundings at all times with tool holder. But dont think I would buy another. Also a little price for what it is, a hook with a belt clip. Perhapes some of the problems could be fix by the manufacture but would probably be more trouble to use then.
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