|Item Weight||2.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||12.2 x 4 x 14.5 inches|
|Item model number||1509|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||5|
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Custom LeatherCraft 1509 21-Pocket Zippered Professional Electricians Tool Pouch
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- Professional-grade 21-pocket zippered electrician's tool bag
- Zippered top flap holds tools securely when not in use
- Ergonomic rubber handle and padded shoulder strap design
- Double layer of rugged, lightweight 600D polyester fabric
- Zippered back pocket for 8-by-5-inch writing pad
- Outside pocket holds cell phone and has 3 outside large screwdriver holders
- Weighs 2.6 pounds shipped
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Our premium quality electrician’s tool pouch with 21 pockets has a zippered, fold-down cover to protect your tools, a steel hammer loop, an ergonomic rubber handle, an adjustable padded shoulder strap and an air mesh padded back panel for comfort.
CLC 1509 Professional Electrician's Tool Pouch
Packed with features, the CLC 1509 electrician's tool pouch offers a dependable solution for utility technicians, electricians, maintenance/repair workers, and the general handyman--anyone who needs to keep their tools close at hand while having their hands free.
The zippered top flap on the tool pouch prevents tools from spilling out when not in use and helps keep them secure when moving around the job site, whether climbing, crawling, or maneuvering through tight spaces. Zipped open, the top flap stays out of the way and in place with a hook-and-loop strapped connection. The tool pouch provides eight pockets to keep tools neatly organized.
The CLC 1509 tool pouch features durable polyester-fabric construction with poly-ballistic binding for reliable, high-quality performance. Even more, the tool pouch comes equipped with ergonomic rubber handles and a shoulder strap with air-mesh padding, which is also used on the back side of the pouch to help reduce heat build-up and increase comfort.
Please Note: Tools shown in the images of the tool pouch are not included. Tool pouch only.
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Just to give you an idea, here's what I normally carry in this:
-Phillips screw driver
-1/4" flat tip long screw driver
-3/8" tip hammering screw driver
-11 in 1 screwdriver
-Channel Lock 420 and 440
-16' measuring tape
-3/8" and 7/16 nut drivers
-Greenlee torpedo level
-Greenlee mini bubble level (no dog)
-6 inch needle nose pliers
-Metric and standard allen hex sets
-No contact voltage tester
Also try their tool bags, I prefer the synthetic to the leather but to each their own!
Cons: I wish the material was a little nicer quality but at this price point I really cannot complain. I also wish the bottom had a hard material so my screwdrivers wouldn't poke a hole through it.
Within two weeks the rivets that hold the handle on broke, I replaced rivets with small bolts and washers and never had another issue. Next the rubber pull tabs on the zipper came off, the metal zipper is quite small without the rubber covers and made the zipper somewhat difficult to use. After about three months the zipper came apart completely and was unusable.
The material is great and showed very little wear after about a year. This is a great product with very poor hardware. I will no longer be buying any CLC products with a zipper. Don't waste the money on this feature.
I'll be using the LeatherCraft 1509 as an on-the-move computer network cabling resource.
The bag itself is quite stiff - "hopefully" as it wears some of the stiffness will work out. Some of the pockets get in the way of others and trying to push the unused pockets flat is an exercise in futility. I'm tempted to razor blade the offending bits and pieces of material out of the way, but don't want to alter it until I''m satisfied that I've got everything squared away.
The "cell phone" holder is pretty much relegated to a flip-style phone; at least my Samsung Core Prime won't fit. I took a small prescription bottle and filled it with RJ45 cable ends and put it in the cell phone pocket.
The bag strap extended enough for me (5' 9") to wear "bandoleer style" which allows both hands to be free while preventing the bag from sliding off of ones shoulder.
The hardest item to fit (see the list below) was the headlamp; the bag is designed around pliers, screwdrivers, etc. and a bulky item like a headlamp is tough to match. I managed to push some of the unused pockets aside and fit the headlamp in; as noted the pockets are very stiff. (EDIT: 1/5/17 I gave up trying to keep the headlamp in the bag - it simply got in the way too often).
In one small pocket I placed a Cat5 cable stripper but the pocket runs too deep to easily retrieve the tool. I solved that by adding a lanyard to the tool and now a slight tug on the lanyard removes the tool from the bag.
One note of interest - when the zippered top is unzipped and Velcro'ed to the bottom of the case, if I leave a little room (say 1 inch) open on the Velcro'ed strap then the cover acts as a 'leg' and the bag will stay upright on the floor. Once the cover is zipped backk up, however, the bag simply falls over. (EDIT 1/5/17 - After adding the tape measure (see above) to the key chain holder I found that the bag would stay upright when zippered close because the tape measure acts as a support leg.)
For my purposes - crawling around in tight spaces trying to run or repair cables or build a quick patch cable without hauling out the large tool kit - I think the LeatherCraft 1509 will fill the bill. I just wish they had made it out of something less stiff, and left out a few of the pockets so as to allow room for bulkier items.
I've stocked it with a minimal set of tools and parts (edited 1/5/17 to show what has really been used in a month long cabling job):
1 Memo book (in zippered compartment under cover)
1 Phillips/Straight bladed precision screwdriver ( inside in screwdriver holder)
1 "6-in-1" type bit driver (inside pocket)
48 Medium and 48 Small "zip" ties (bundled into two internal screwdriver holder)
2 Wooden pencils (in inside screwdriver holder with "zip" ties)
1 RJ45 crimper in (inside pocket)
1 Side cutters pliers (inside pocket)
48 RJ45 connectors (24 in inside pocket, 24 in cellphone pocket using plastic prescription bottles)
1 Fluke Pro 200 Network toner and probe (in 2 inside pockets)
1 Cat5 cable stripper
1 Electrician's tape on external tape holder
1 Tape measure on external key ring holder
1 Box of staples (inside pocket)
1 Cat5 staple gun (in the zippered compartment that is on the back of the bag). I've not noticed any wear after 1 month of carrying the staple gun in the zippered compartment. YMMV.