|Item Weight||6.4 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11 x 5.8 x 2 inches|
|Item model number||5425M|
|Material||Polyester / Polypropylene|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||Klein offers a lifetime warranty on material defects and workmanship for the normal life of the product.|
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Klein Tools 5425M Tool Belt with Quick-Release Buckle, Cotton/Polyester Blend
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- Medium fits 30'' - 44'' (762 mm - 1118 mm) belt sizes.
- Belt is made of a mildew-resistant blend of cotton/polyester webbing for comfort and strength.
- Features a forged, quick-release buckle for emergency situations where the user has to quickly disengage the belt (ie, working over water or in grain elevators).
- Must be worn over the users harness and clothing so it will drop free when released.
- This is NOT an occupational protective belt. ONLY use as a tool belt.
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409-5425M Features: -Material: Polyester. -A must have tool belt. -Durable. Product Type: -Tool belt. Exterior Material: -Polyester/Polypropylene. Country of Manufacture: -United States. Dimensions: Overall Width - Side to Side: -44".
From the Manufacturer
Since 1857, the company operated by Mathias Klein and his descendants to the fifth generation, has grown and developed along with the telecommunications and electrical industries where Klein pliers first found major usages. Today, Klein Tools, Inc. represents much more than Klein pliers. The company's product line has broadened to include virtually every major type of hand tool used in construction, electronics, mining, and general industry in addition to the electrical and telecommunications fields. Klein offers a lifetime warranty on material defects and workmanship for the normal life of the product. The Klein 5425M belt is a lightweight web belt made especially for electricians. Made of a mildew-resistant blend of cotton and polyester webbing that provides comfort and strength, this belt accommodates a variety of tool holders and sheaths. This belt must be worn over the user's harness and clothing so it will drop free when you release it. It features a forged, quick-release buckle for emergency situations where the user has to quickly disengage the belt (for example, when working over water or in grain elevators). The medium tool belt ranges in size from 30 to 44 inches. The Klein 5425M Quick Release Tool Belt is sold one item per package.
Top Customer Reviews
I use it with a Klein Tools 5417T Bull Pin Holder, Klein Tools 5459T Spud Wrench Holder, Klein Tools 5416T Bolt Bags, and a McuClure Clan Leathers Excaliber Sleever Bar and Beater Holder (my only none Klein Item I use for connecting). This Product only works with tunnel loop pouches because the buckle and canvas are too wide to hold regular tool pouches so beware of that. If you are using Klein Pouches anything with a # followed by T will fit.
I recommend this to any Ironworker who wants a belt that is separate from their safety harness.
The only tool pouches that you could potentially use are those that clamp over the belt, not those which the belt runs through... so forget about using it with Klein 5190, 5165, 5119, etc. It simply won't work with those items... or, as far as I know, ANY Klein tool pouches.
Outside of that, the belt is great. Although I never actually used the product in the field, you can make it snug up nice and tight to your waist, and it seems like it would be both comfortable and rather sturdy under load. It's not your typical thin mesh belt and probably has about as much rigidity as a leather belt, if not more, when snugged down tightly.
The one drawback (other than the fact that it can't be used with most tool pouches) is that the pull-release strap takes up quite a bit of real estate on the belt. Seeing as how I use two tool pouches, a tape measure, a hammer holder, and a thing to secure my cordless drill -- all while being a rather thin guy -- I don't believe this belt would have allowed me to put all of my stuff on it while also avoiding putting anything directly against my spine (a no-no, as it can easily mean a broken back in case of a fall.)
Unless you can find some worthy hook-on type tool pouches, I would advise skipping this otherwise rather high-quality product.