|Item Weight||2.08 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||11.5 x 5.2 x 1.8 inches|
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|Item model number||5240|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Included Components||Tradesman Pro Small Maintenance Tool Pouch|
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Organize your tools to match your jobsite needs. Mix and match this Klein Tools small pouch with a padded tool belt. This pouch is great for quick maintenance jobs requiring just the essential tools. For more than 160 years, Klein Tools has manufactured premium-quality, professional-grade hand tools that deliver the performance, durability and precision needed to get the job done right. Our family of engineers, workers and craftsman continue to put six generations of expertise into every tool we create by using only the highest quality materials, superior workmanship, and keeping manufacturing as close to home as we can. Klein isn't just the name of our company, it's also our family name. And since we're an American company that's family-owned and family-run, you know you can count on us to be here tomorrow. Klein Tools doesn't just make great products, we make great products that stand up to the demands of the professionals who use them every day ... Since 1857.
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I've been searching for the perfect leather tool holster, so was reluctant to buy this 9 pocket synthetic holster.
I was worried it wouldn't hold all my wiring/cabling tools, but I gave it a shot. Am glad I did. It holds all my major tools (ones I use all the time), so I can leave my secondary/specialized tools in a separate bag.
And yes, my Klein Tool (aka lineman pliers) fit wonderfully, when the pockets are used as dividers instead.
Take a look at the picture, because here is my load out:
Left side: hammer is in tape loop (tape is in front Velcro pouch, with misc hardware), large screwdriver/prybar in side pocket.
Back row, left to right:
Needlenose, 4-in-1 screwdriver, 3/8" nut driver (simulated), dikes, Klein's.
Front row, left to right:
5/8"-3/4" dogbone, 1/2"-9/16" dogbone (simulated), sheepsfoot stripping knife, crescent wrench, 6-12ga strippers.
And an adjustable jaw plier on the right pocket.
There is also enough space to fit in a few more nut drivers (not shown).
Overall, give it a shot. May just work for ya, if you use it differently. If not, gift it to your apprentice.
After a year it is still in great shape, going to buy a second one just so I can keep one at the house and one at work.
Just to give you an idea this has seen panel rewiring on about 50 control cabinets now.
I generally carry the following.
1/8 and 3/32 flat precision screwdriver.
#1 phillips precision screwdriver
Milwaukee 48-22-3079 6-In-One Combination Wire Stripping and Reaming Pliers for Electricians
9 in 1 screwdriver
Hakko CHP Micro Cutter for flush cutting zip ties
A good old Sharpie
Electricians tape for good measure
Good quality construction, very nice shoulder strap, good pocket layout and size for electrician tools, wire nuts, knife and all the other necessities for wiring work. Klein makes good stuff, always has and I really see no point in buying anything inferior when trying to do a job well.
The pockets in the front aren't big enough for a utility knife.
They should really be at least a little bit stretchy to fit these items. But they're not.
On the plus side it does seem to be constructed well. If you only have a couple of small things to put in it then I guess I would recommend it.