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1. Bucket Boss Brand 01056 Bucket
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2. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 55035
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3. Bucket Boss Brand 06067 Pro Super
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4. Bucket Boss 55039 Builder's Rig
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5. Bucket Boss 93090 CS06 Air-Gel
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6. Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super
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7. Bucket Boss Brand 25005 Pro Parachute
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8. Bucket Boss Brand 06049 GateMouth
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11. Bucket Boss Brand 06004 GateMouth
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17. Bucket Boss Brand 54045 Rear Guard
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1. Bucket Boss Brand 01056 Bucket Boss 56 Organizer
list price: $29.99
our price: $14.39
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Asin: B000022439
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 32
Average Customer Review: 4.52 out of 5 stars
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Constructed of durable, rip-proof fabric, the new 56-pocket organizer from Bucket Boss improves on what was already a great idea. Unlike the toolboxes of old, the Bucket Boss organizer stores tools where they're visible and easy to access. And, with 38 exterior pockets and 18 more on the inside, the Bucket Boss really does have a place for just about everything. We've loaded ours down with wrenches, handsaws, screwdrivers, hammers, pry bars, pencils, utility knives, pliers, and drill bit sets. There's even a padded pocket for your cordless drill. We quickly discovered, however, that depending on how you load it, the Bucket Boss can get a little top-heavy. After ours tipped over in the back of our truck, we reloaded it with our hammerheads down, and it hasn't tipped since. We recommend the Bucket Boss 56 for remodelers, carpenters, electricians, repair people, or any other professional who brings a lot of hand tools to the job; it also makes the perfect tool kit for do-it-yourselfers moving through the house from room to room and project to project. --Jon Groebner ... Read more


  • Bucket not included
  • 38 outside pockets and 18 inside pockets; constructed of BossTex ripstop fabric
  • Fully padded cordless drill holster
  • Security pocket with flapped closure
  • Elastic strap for long-handled tools

Reviews (42)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome
I purchased this item for my husband and he couldn't have been more pleased. The deep pockets held all his tools securely with room to spare. He said it is the best tool organizer he ever had. Then he tossed his toolbox. :) I have since bought several of these for different male birthdays, all with the same results. Excellent!! Note: Bucket Boss is extremely sturdy. The canvas and seams are very well put together. You can load this up with no worries.

5-0 out of 5 stars It's not a top number in the Amazon Sales rank for nothing
At first I bought this as a novelty. Not realizing that it was to change the way I organize my workspace. Normally I rely on peg boards in my shop to house the usual screw drivers, hammer, and frequently used tools. The problem with that is that they don't usually get put away, unless I do a complete shop clean up. Which is why I have to go looking for them. My number one pet peeve is looking for stuff. Not only is is wasted time, but it interrupts my work flow. Now I use the Bucket Boss 56 Organizer to house all of my most frequently used tools, and I bring my tools to the work. I also went to Sears and bought an INEXPENSIVE red metal Utility Cart that has four substantial wheels in a shopping cart configuration (two fixed, two universal) and they all lock, with a tray shelf at the bottom, and one at the top. I put the Bucket Boss in the bottom tray, which only takes up part of the lower tray space. In it, is everything imaginable, and after using it for awhile, I know right where it is. The best way to get the work flow going, is to be able to grab what you need, when you need it, and it is there every time, and have a place to rest it, or immediately put it away. With this combination, I roll the tools over to the work area, and I have an upper shelf to set things on during the project. It wouldn't be possible without the bucket boss.
With mechanics tools, we use a multi-drawer tool box. Since everything is hidden, it takes some time to learn exactly where everything is. With the Bucket Boss, you have a reminder, everytime you glance at it.
My only complaint is that their are so many pockets I can't justify buying another one. :-) That's how much I like this thing.
Knowing that I can simply lift the bucket boss out of the bottom tray using the handle that comes with the bucket, and take it with me no matter where I go, gives me the mobility, and organizational system I use in the shop and on the go! One system, one set of tools, for all locations. The cart is so light, I wouldn't hesitate to take it along as well.
By the way the Bucket Boss does not come with the bucket, but considering the cost of a 5 gallon white plastic bucket at [the store], that is not a major item. I know it would probably cost more to ship the bucket than it would to buy one locally. So it makes sense.
For on the job, it makes a very good impression. It looks organized. Combine this with one of their parts organizers, and you will not only, not have to go looking for your tools, that washer, locknut, screw, bolt, or anything else you want, will be at your fingertips as well. No having to run back out to the truck everytime I need a bolt, or nut, or screw, etc.
I can tell you it is made out of great material that will last for a long long time, or that the pockets are multi-sized and shaped to fit near anything you may use, but what I really want to tell you is that this thing is engineered. Engineered to simplicity. That makes it one of the most frequently used pieces of equipment. It is great because it works. Not just because it is very inexpensive, for all of the utility, you will get out of it, but because it works, and works well. Get into the Boss and watch your productivity zoom!

5-0 out of 5 stars who gets custody if we divorce???
I love this tool organizer!!! I bought it for my husband for Christmas because I thought it looked cool. He didn't seem interested in it, so I took it and began using it for my own tools (we each keep our own set), and then he fell in love with it too! I was continually having to go find my tools because he had swiped them, bucket and all. So I went to Home Depot and bought him a bucket organizer they had in stock, different brand. A week later he's whining about how he likes mine better, so since I bought it for him in the first place, I switched with him and now he has the good one. I think I need to order a second one because he's right -- the other brand is not as good as this one. Damn good thing I love him so much, but if we split, I want custody!! This is a great product.

5-0 out of 5 stars Surreal!
It is simply mind boggling how useful and efficient this item turned out to be. It holds all but the longest handtools (2 foot plus levels, etc)with easy access. Of course, nothing is perfect, so here are my suggestions for future improvements: deeper bellows on a couple of the lower tier pockets and a shallow series of slots for mini screwdrivers (smaller screws seem to be the latest trend). This could be done by replacing the elastic strap at the upper edge with a looped belt of the same basic material as the Bucket Boss

5-0 out of 5 stars Sweet product...
Hey, this IS a great product just like most ALL of the other reviewers have indicated and regarding the idiot "A home improvement enthusiast from Eugene, Oregon" and her "Where's the bucket?" remarks... Come on are you a total F---ing moron or what!? ... Read more

2. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 55035 Mullet Buster Tool Belt

our price: $54.99
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Asin: B0001LQY2G
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 268
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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  • Padded suspenders w/cell phone pocket -Easy on the body and keeps the phone at hand.
  • Hip support pads - Extra waist comfort.
  • Built-in Meathook Cordless Tool Holder - Keeps that cordless tool ready to use.
  • 1680 denier fabric - Will wear forever.

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Mullet not required!
Mullet Buster? Interesting name - great tool belt. I bought this primarily because of the padded suspenders. I don't like standard tool belts which fall down after a while unless you tighten them up well, which doesn't feel comfortable to me. The suspenders put the weight on your shoulders which works better for me. It also looks impressive!

An insane amount of storage pockets are on this belt, and the cell phone pocket on the suspenders (which do come off by the way) is handy. It puts the phone closer to where you can hear it. I used to hate never hearing my phone when strapped to my waist in an noisy environment. Actually, there is a second phone pocket around the waist area, which is handy if you have a cell phone and a 2-way radio, you can protect them both. Clever!

I'd definately recommend this tool belt. ... Read more

3. Bucket Boss Brand 06067 Pro Super GateMouth
list price: $55.96
our price: $35.00
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Asin: B0000226AV
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 139
Average Customer Review: 4.73 out of 5 stars
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Bags like Bucket Boss's GateMouth are becoming more and more popular with contractors these days. They're much lighter than conventional toolboxes and, with advances in material technology, they hold up to rigorous on-the-job use. For the Pro Super GateMouth model, Bucket Boss uses its Boss Tex ballistic fabric--tightly woven and extra thick, this stuff holds up to continuous abuse from sharp edges and points. The Pro Super GateMouth has 39 exterior pockets and 10 interior, and comes with adjustable outside straps for quick access to a level or long-handle tool. It also has a beefy shoulder strap; a reinforced, super-wide opening; reinforced handles; and an identification window, so you don't mistake yours for your buddy's. Very portable and very flexible, the GateMouth is worth considering if you're in the market for a new tool "box." --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more


  • Dispenses tape
  • Boss-tex ripstop fabric
  • Has large main compartment
  • 39 exterior pockets
  • 10 interior pockets

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Bag, Great Price
I just bought this bag for my husband who is always out working on cars or doing some kind of mechanical/electrical/plumbing favors for friends and family. Up until now, he puts all the equipment and tools he needs for each job in plastic Giant grocery bags to carry from one place to the other.

I saw this bag and thought it would be great for him to use instead of those grocery bags.

This bag has a place for his level, a loop to hold the electrical tape he is always misplacing, a place for a small flashlight, his tape measurer can just slide on to the front and there are so many pockets for tools and enough room to basically hold anything he needs to take with him.

For what he does and the tools he takes with him, it's the perfect size - not too big and not too small. And it's got to be more comfortable carrying than those grocery bags that eventually tear on him or get holes in them.

Also, it's a really nice looking bag. Very professional yet still rugged looking.

My husband really liked the look of the bag and thinks he will be able to put it to alot of use.

The only thing that would be nice for this bag are little plastic feet on the bottom. That way you don't have to worry about putting the bag on the floor and getting it wet or dirty...

All in all, this is a great looking and very usable bag.

My husband and I were both impressed when we received it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Nice
After having most of my frequently used tools lost around the house, I finally have an excellent (and big) bag to keep them and transport them in. When it is open, the top is wide and flat like a box so you can see everything. Lots of pockets. The material is tough and flexible and will last me forever.

4-0 out of 5 stars The Best I Have Found, But Still Not The Best
I bought this bag to consolidate some of the 4-5 toolboxes I have been using (including one of their smaller models).

I purchased this based on the performance of the smaller bag that I have and it has preformed amazingly well (Three years of weekend use carrying way more than it was supposed to, without a rip or other problem.)

I got this bag and was really excited to try it out. I started stuffing things in the pockets and quickly found out that I had to be careful what I put where. I put a small pen light in one pocket and it made it impossible to put anything in three other pockets (including one on the inside.)

Even so this thing can hold quite a bit. Right now it has almost all of my carpentry tools, a set of electric tools, a few plumbing tools and various assorted other things. It basically swallowed two toolboxes I was already using.

I wouldn't recommend this for the mechanic as it does not seem like it would do well with wrenches and sockets, but for the handyman or carpenter it cannot be beat.

The size is great, you'll always have room in the bag to dig for tools, because it you fill it you won't be able to carry it. Mine is pushing 40 pounds of tools and I have plenty of room left.

I would have given this 5 stars if they had spent a little more time designing the pockets instead of trying to say they have so many.

Still if you are looking to buy this, buy it already, you won't be disappointed.

4-0 out of 5 stars Nice & Big
I just traded in my old reliable canvas bag for this one. It was hard to do (I love the canvas) but the extra interior space saves me a lot of trips to the truck. My only complaint is that some of the exterior pockets are pretty small. Many of them are too "tight" to use for much. All in all, a really good bag with lots of room.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better than Metal!
I've retired most of my steel toolboxes in favor of a number of these units. They're rugged, never rust, are far better organized than most steel boxes and cheap enough to devote different bags to different tasks.

I've got a plumbing bag, a bicycle repair bag, an electrical/telephone/data wiring bag, a bag with my impact drill and associated bits, a boat rigging anbd repair bag, an emergency car tool/jumper cable bag and probably one or two I'm forgetting. A superb product with no flaws I can think of. ... Read more

4. Bucket Boss 55039 Builder's Rig Air-Lift

our price: $32.50
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Asin: B00006K00U
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 679
Average Customer Review: 3.17 out of 5 stars
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There’s a lot to like here. Super padding won’t cut into your shoulders and the X design distributes your gear’s weight evenly, taking the strain off your back. Everything about it is quality, from the fabric to the heavy-duty hardware and the tough straps. We like that left-handers can arrange the bags to suit them, and best of all, we didn’t get gored in the gut by protruding tools when bending over, thanks to side-hanging bags. Now, those side-hanging bags bumps the hammer ring to the back, and we do think the rear-hanging hammer would take some getting used to, but the side bags are worth it. We’d sure like to see Bucket Boss build a cell-phone compartment into the design, but aside from that, there’s nothing we’d change. If you’ve been clipping suspenders to a standard tool belt, stop and try this on for size. We’re sold on it.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • 2 large stay-open pouches
  • Fits up to a 48" waist
  • Harness spreads weight across shoulders
  • Reinforced pouches

Reviews (6)

3-0 out of 5 stars good but not great
I have been in the trades for over 40 years, and used many tool belts. This belt is more for Western framers than Eastern, the whole debate, worm drive vs, sidewinder saws etc. If you are not used to a rear hammer holder, you will find it hard to get used to. The bags hang on your side, and not the front. These are the things I like because it makes it easy to bend over and not get pinched in the gut, by quick squares, tapes, racks of 16 sinkers, etc. This is a great belt to see if you like the side bag system, shoulder harness, rear hammer, only $40. Good bags cost $100 to $200 for any type, so not much lost is you don't like. The reason for the 3 stars, the hammer holder broke the first week, and the x brace across the back moves during the day which pulls the bags around to the rear. I reposition everthing at lunch and start again, it's a pain.

4-0 out of 5 stars a toolbox on suspenders
I've been in the construction field for four years, and have not found a more comfortable belt yet. I'm rather thin, and in the winter I tend to wear many layers. Despite the many layers, it fits perfectly no matter what I am wearing. Unlike many other toolbelts, this one can hold all of the different types of tools that a carpenter needs. In the past, I have used the normal setup with all the individual pouches and just threw on a pair of suspenders to hold them up. After a long hard day of work, my shoulders are tired from the weight. Also, you know as well as I do, that when you try to fit into tight spaces, you could catch one of those clips, and they could wind shooting off and hitting you in the face. This does not happen with the air lift system whereever you go, the belt just follows. Overall, if you're out there all day, and are looking for a comfortable belt that doesn't strain your shoulders, the air lift system is definitely for you

2-0 out of 5 stars Stiff as a dead mackerel, tough for a builder to get used to
As a builder, dont expect to use this thing right out of the box as mine came squished flat as a pancake and i couldnt fit all my tools in it and still reach them because the pockets were closed from being flattened: this doesnt help when you are up on a 30' ladder. I guess you could fill all the pockets with something and hang it for a bit before commissioning it for work. I have had it a week, still stiff as a dead fish and wont break in- but im expecting it to anyday now. I also think the hammer in the back stinks as i am used to a traditional tool belt with the hip hammer loop and this thing has none. Would be a good belt for someone just starting out as you can get used to all its little annoyances from the get-go, as a full time carpenter forget throwing your old belt away for this one. I used this belt for an hour and put my old one back on. The material is pretty rugged and its seems to be constructed well- the shoulder straps are also really comfortable. My overall opinion is: bad belt layout and i want my hammer on the hip which you cant have with this belt.

3-0 out of 5 stars almost right
Let me first start off with that first I am a professional builder, and have at times a need to carry a full assortment of hand tools on the job where a tool bag or cart simply will not do. The option of hauling two full tool bags on my waist all day long becomes a bit uncomfortable. I saw an item like this in the store for $20.00 more that I tried on and like it. I got this one but did not like it because it had too many straps which made it hard to get on and off. I also thought that the number and placement of the straps made it easier to get snagged on things. The one that I saw in the store had a "Y" strap where this one has and "X" strap to support the tools, the "Y" strap was a little less padded which made it less bulky and the straps where little more sturdy which made them keep their shape beter and easier to get on and off quickly. I liked the one in the store better also because the tool bags hanged better and the clips that hold them where smaller in size but strong and less in the way. Even though it cost more in the store it was a better buy for me considering these small but important features to me.

2-0 out of 5 stars good idea
This tool belt is a good idea and feels's the lowdown. In the field the loops on the back of the pouches for the horizontal belt are weak. They broke within two weeks. Bucket Boss makes great products and I hope that they would upgrade this unit as soon as possible. I wish that I would have bought mine here, alas I did not and am now stuck with it. ... Read more

5. Bucket Boss 93090 CS06 Air-Gel Knee Pads
list price: $63.92
our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0000520HS
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 1720
Average Customer Review: 3.83 out of 5 stars
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If you work on your knees all day, you know how critical it is to find a pair of knee pads that not only protect your knees but also feel comfortable while doing so. Bucket Boss Air-Gel knee pads do both effectively. Designed to work like a running shoe for the knee, the Air-Gel conforms to the contours of the knee to reduce pressure and help prevent injury. A special lining moves sweat away from the skin for added comfort, while the straps curve away from the back of the knee to eliminate bunching and binding. Even after a long day's work, the result is more comfortable knees. --Carl Thress ... Read more


  • Super-resilient Air-Gel padding conforms to knee
  • Anatomically-curved straps prevent bunching and binding
  • Non-skid rubber cap
  • Patented Dryz moisture management foam keeps skin drier

Reviews (6)

2-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing
It is hard to avoid the conclusion that the people who designed these knee pads never wear knee pads. They are very disappointing, although it would be very simple to make them better. The problem is that the curve of the knee pad is very shallow, and the gel pack is a single pack, not molded to the shape of a knee. Consequently, the knee rolls around on the pad which is almost as hard on the knee as not wearing pads. If the gel pack were shaped so as to cup the knee snugly, they would be fine. As it is, they are little better than a simple pair of pads that I bought for $9.00 in the garden store.

5-0 out of 5 stars Gift for Dad who has almost everything
My Dad went into landscaping late in life and it's a job he loves. He also loves all the toys that go with it. Minus the knee pads he could never find a pair that stayed up or in place.
Or that the rocks didn't pierce the gel and for that part his knees. Every day he uses his knee pads theres a call on my machine how much he loves them. They're truly a wonderful product if they can withstand the torment of my dad. He uses them on cement to gravel. He even uses them to weed in to ease the pressure on his knees. There a great product. Sue Bolis

2-0 out of 5 stars Not for me
Contrary to the other reviews I couldn't use these. I am used to well contoured foam filled knee pads that stay put. I was looking forward to the ultimate with the new gel backing. Sadly the gel is put in as simple pillows and sewn around the edges. This fills what appears to be a very well made and contoured shell with mounds of gell, which I kept rolling off of, with my knees ending up to the side on the sewn seams. I tried everything but couldn't correct this. Since I can't work without pads [all day] I went back to the old ones and sent the gel pads back. Reluctantly. It wouldn't take much to contour the gel to solve this and they would be wonderful. I noticed at least one of the other reviewers mentioned slipping off to the side also. Great idea, not well engineered

5-0 out of 5 stars excellent product
Very comfortable. Can work for hours on concrete floor and not have any pain. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Best I've seen yet
I normally spend one or two days a week installing Pergo flooring and have been desperately looking for knee pads that wouldn't do 3 things:

1. Make my legs sweat like crazy 2. Pull the hair out of the back of my knees 3. Fall half way down my shins every other minute

These knee pads fit the profile perfectly. After a 10 hour installation, I only had to adjust the pads twice. Both times they shifted to the side. The only knock I have: The pads are a little too hard and slide a bit on the Pergo. They could use more grip for leverage. Otherwise, they were perfect "off-the-shelf" kneepads for the price. ... Read more

6. Bucket Boss Brand 83200 Super Bib
list price: $24.04
our price: $12.95
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Asin: B000022444
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 334
Average Customer Review: 4.38 out of 5 stars
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  • 100% cotton duck
  • Five large pockets
  • Eight narrow pockets
  • Three-compartment chest pocket
  • Quick-release buckle

Reviews (8)

5-0 out of 5 stars Must Have for the Weekend Handyman
This item saves me so much time, I must waste 2 hours per weekend looking for the tape measure, pencil, hammer, or whatever that I layed down somewhere around here. It is well constructed and stands up to the rugged use that home projects sometimes call for. You can load it up or leave it light. I'm actually thinking of getting another one so I can have one setup for General Maitenance and another setup for specific projects. So now I'm always ready to tackle that Honey-do list that is now up to three pages long!

2-0 out of 5 stars shop bib review
The bib material is A OK but the quick release buckle was of very poor quality and will not stay closed. I am currently looking for another buckle that I can have someone with a heavy duty sewing machine will replace.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better Than A Belt For DIY
I had the lesser version until the hammer loop broke, then I ordered the 'Big Dog'. I found this version to be much better. There are two hammer loops, multiple screwdriver pockets, six big pockets, and adjustible straps. This apron is easy to put on, and take off. When, and if, this apron breaks, I will quickly purchase another.

If you are used to a belt, this will take some time to get adjusted to, but it is far superior, for small jobs.

5-0 out of 5 stars Indestructible apron...
As a carpenter at a psychiatric hospital I need to keep my tools close to (if not on) me for obvious safety reasons. The pockets, and dual hammer loops keep all the tools, parts, and fasteners I need at hands reach. It also helps you work more efficiently (think of all the time you spend picking up individual tools set on the floor etc.).

I have purchased more than a half dozen of these fine aprons, but I haven't worn out any of them. These things wear like IRON! Unlke those other cotton work aprons that mysteriously morph into "baby bibs" upon their first experience with a washer/dryer, these duck aprons merely get softer and more comfortable this each cleaning. I pick up another one as they become too unslighlty for the hospital appearance standards from my wiping paint, caulk and construction adhesive on them.

I recently gave 2 of my older aprons to an appreciative couple of friends who are doing the total house rehab thing. They wonder how they ever operated without them! If all products performed as well as this it would be a better world!

4-0 out of 5 stars Well made bib.
This is a quality bib. I would have given it five stars, except that it could be improved by changing the strap that goes around your neck. If you put much in the bib, the nylon strap rubs and cuts into the back of your neck. A shirt collar helps, but I often work in a t-shirt. If they made a padded section around the neck, I'd give it five stars. ... Read more

7. Bucket Boss Brand 25005 Pro Parachute Bag
list price: $14.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B000037X0O
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 280
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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If you're looking for a quick, easy and reliable way to carry tools and small parts on the job, the Bucket Boss Super Chute is a good choice. Six large interior compartments will keep your small parts (nails, brads, screws, etc.) organized, while 12 outside pockets allow you to carry just the small tools you need to get the job done. The bag is made of rugged, 600 denier fabric that stands up to the rigors of any work site. It's strung with parachute cord, so it automatically cinches closed when lifted off the ground. And it's designed to stack three or four deep in a five-gallon bucket, for easy transportation. A flat bottom protects against accidental spills and allows the bag to rest comfortably on any work surface, keeping everything handy and safe.--Carl Thress ... Read more


  • Black and yellow fabric
  • Six interior compartments
  • 12 exterior pockets
  • Flat bottom prevents tipping or spilling
  • Works with any five gallon bucket

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Holds up under fire
I purchased three bags about two years ago.I liked them because you couldn't tip them over. Alot of guys in my company were also using them. Unfortunately, a house I was working on burnt to the ground and took my van with it. When I went back to the site the next day to make a list of matl's for the insurance company, I noticed the bags had their carrying strings burnt off and had fallen from their hooks upside down on to the van floor. I turned them over to find them sealed tight from the heat, with almost all contents intact. Unuseable now, but they did their job right to the end!

5-0 out of 5 stars Super useful
I have a number of the original Bucket Boss chutes, so when I saw this unit with the external pockers- a natural extension of the idea- I picked up a couple at the local home store.

I'm not a builder, but I've worked with crews on my house and done a fair bit of repair and addition of small built-ins. Like anyone who's done this sort of work, I have accumulated large amounts of screws, nails, wirenuts and other hardware in various sizes that I need a handy way to carry. Three or four of these (depending on what's in 'em) will fit in a joint compound bucket and provide an excellent way to organize and carry small parts.

I've got two filled with different sizes of deck screws, one with biscuits for the biscuit joiner, one with wire nuts, cable staples and other electrical items, one with nails and a few more with different screws, nuts, washers, screen door hardware, fuses, and other things I can't even remember. It's a great system.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Bucket Boss System really gets the job done
The best way to get into the Bucket Boss Super Chutes is to explain it is part of a system. The super chutes handles the misc parts. The other part of the system is the Bucket Boss 56, which handles the tools. Each one, can also be used to do a little of the other.
Super Chutes is great. I no longer find myself looking for that box of screws, or having to run back out to get things out of the vehicle. Also, if I am low on something, it is immediately apparent. The material, it is made out of, is super durable, and I am sure it will last, for a long,long time. Pick up one or more of these, and a 56 Organizer for your tools. The organization will pay for itself in no time. Get the Boss and watch your productivity zoom!

5-0 out of 5 stars Intelligent Design, Well Made
I'm a homeowner. I remember seeing our electrician with a few of these several years ago, so I finally got around to getting one. They sit on a ladder shelf easily and securely. You can pick em up, toss em around. Reaching in the large compartments to get nails, small parts, etc is easy. I used to use a nail bag you tie around your waist. This is much better. Most of the time I don't need to wear a cumbersome tool belt.The bag is well built with good materials. PLUS Bucket Boss / Fiskars have a no questions asked warranty for the LIFE of the product. Just make sure to cut out the warranty card on the box and mail it in. Plus outside pockets for small tools and what not. ... Read more

8. Bucket Boss Brand 06049 GateMouth Long Boy

our price: $29.50
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Asin: B00002243U
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 579
Average Customer Review: 4.75 out of 5 stars
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  • Measures 24 inch x 11 inch x 9 inch
  • Perfect for levels or a sawzall
  • 3 outside pockets, 8 interior pockets
  • Dual elastic straps
  • 600 Denier fabric

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Overall a great bag
What a great bag! I have a few quibbles; as noted, the inside pockets are a bit tight. The zipper tab doesn't seem to match the heft of the zipper. The exterior pocket flaps should be a bit wider/broader to cover the pocket and the gatemouth design seems to balk if you stuff the bag. All minor. Well constructed overall and every bit worth the price. A reasonably lightweight bag that holds a decent amount - of course, you'll cram more into it than you can comfortably carry. Because it's a medium/long bag you have to balance the load - otherwise it dips - and why no shoulder pad? I personally wouldn't recommend the recip saw w/blade in the bag. I once tripped and landed on a nylon bag w/ a jigsaw - blade in thigh - ouch! No more. Blades off all saws (except circular) and hard cased for transport. I like this bag a lot.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Tool Carrier
great way to carry a good mix of tools around

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for cordless tools
This bag is very durable and practical for hauling around your cordless tools. I use mine to hold my Milwaukee 18 v cordless saw and drill as well as a D-handle Makita router and various hand tools. They all fit nicely. Three pouches on the outside each can house an 18 v battery. There is a sturdy divider that velcroes on the inside and several small tool dividers for nail sets, pencils, blades, etc. The bottom is nicely padded and the shoulder strap is rugged.

5-0 out of 5 stars I can't carry what it can hold!
Man, these bags are great! I fit a lot of my personal tools in here and had to take some out because the whole was too heavy! I love the durable cloth; I love the shoulder strap; but what I like most is the use of space. There is a neat set of straps on top for a 2' level. There are organizational pockets on the inside for pencils, chisels, and whatnot.

There is a lot of room. They're not kidding when they say you can fit a sawzall in there. ... Read more

9. Bucket Boss Brand 06005 Contractor's Briefcase
list price: $36.07
our price: $26.50
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Asin: B00002243H
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 265
Average Customer Review: 4.83 out of 5 stars
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  • Constructed of 600 denier fabric
  • Two-sided bag for business and tools
  • Sound-transparent cellular phone pocket
  • Small pockets to hold calculator and business cards
  • Tool pockets for 30-foot tape and hand tools

Reviews (6)

5-0 out of 5 stars Not just for contractors!
I've been carrying my Bucket Boss briefcase on a daily basic for two years now, and it still looks new. It may be designed for contractors, but there are plenty of features that make it perfect for computers geeks as well. There's room for a laptop, of course; a special pocket for a cell phone that lets you hear the phone ring, tons of pockets for pens, pencils, screwdrivers, pliers, a digital camera, books... whatever you need to carry. It's rugged, looks good in almost any setting, yet doesn't attract the attention of thieves like the typical laptop case or fancy briefcase. Highly recommended.

4-0 out of 5 stars Oh, but for one zipper...
...this would be a perfect bag. It wants for a zipper under the main flap for the primary compartment. In its existing state papers get wet in a rain storm.

5-0 out of 5 stars Better and cheaper too!
I was looking for a replacement for my Lands End briefcase [I've had three of those but I'll never go back]. One of my complaints about the last one I had was that it was navy blue and things like my black cell phone would get lost down in it [along with other things]. With only a few small but deep pockets inside, there wasn't a good place for the phone, and things tended to get very disorganized. I'm a clinical psychologist with 3 offices [and a home office] so I tend to carry around a lot of junk, including charts, other papers etc. and with the Bucket Boss I'm no longer always rooting around trying to find something that I tossed in there. In my search, I looked at other canvas bags that could take the beating of all the moving about that I need to do - the Lands End ..., the L.L. Bean case ... and one from Duluth Pack ... but I saw this one in the ... Tool Crib catalog for... and it kept intriguing me - in part because of the lighter color, which I thought would help with being able to find my "lost" things. At that price there seemed little to lose but boy, was I pleasantly surprised when I got it. The pictures and text do not do it justice. It has tons of pockets, places for pens, wallet, name it. I've used it for over a month now and I can't find anything I'd change in the design, nor any flaws in the construction. In fact, I love it so much that I'm going to order a "replacement" now, so that when I wear this one out I'll have one already. My only qualm in doing that is that it is so well made, it may never wear out, but I'm sure my heirs will be able to put it to good use long after I don't need it any longer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great quality, looks, practicality
There are others, but not as inexpensive nor with half the quality and durability of this briefcase. I've had 3 over the past 6 years, & will soon buy another one. The failure point has always been the metal attachments that hold the shoulder straps in place; they only last a year or two, in my experience. The mesh cellphone pocket is nice & roomy, too. It has room for several books (plural!), notebooks, and odds&ends to my delight, with a couple better-designed large & deep compartments that have velcro flaps. Everything about this case says it's roomy enough to carry what I've discovered I need to carry around, and durable enough to last. (And it makes a nicer statement, I think, than a leather oh-so-so briefcase!)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great quality very durable
The one I received is an older model and doesn't look like the picture (I received mine in November), this newer version looks like it has more pockets. But that doesn't take away from the quality of this product. I am not a contractor either and like the other reviewer I purchased this as a commuter bag. Its many pockets are perfect for holding just about everything and the main compartment is big enough for a laptop computer if needed, though it doesn't have the padding a lap top case would have. If you carry a wide lunch box, it may not fit in this bag. I frequently bring medium sized tupperware bowls for lunch and they will not fit in the main compartment unless I put it in sideways. The one I have doesn't have a blueprint sleeve but I wouldn't have used it any way. Convenient pocket in the flap to put documents for easy access when the top is closed and zippered pocket inside as well as a metal hook for keys. BucketBoss is part of Fiskars and has the same high quality products. I don't own other BucketBoss products but I'd definately buy more based on this item. ... Read more

10. Bucket Boss Brand 55034 Contractor's Rig
list price: $65.88
our price: $44.99
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Asin: B00002243D
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 1627
Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars
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Designed for professional use, and offering considerable savings over all-leather tool belts, the Contractor's Rig by Bucket Boss is a lightweight tool belt that's still packed with features. With 30 pockets and built of Anso-Tex nylon, this belt is roomy enough and very tough. You'll really notice the considerable lack of weight--especially compared to leather models--and that's where this belt wins most of its converts, by pleasing guys who are tired their tool belt's dragging them down. The Contractor's Rig also includes foam-padded pockets; a padded, adjustable belt that fits waists 28 to 52 inches wide; a cat's paw sleeve; padded hammer sleeve; a special tape measure pocket; and generous nail and screw storage. Overall, it's a solid choice. --Jonathon Tudor ... Read more


  • Constructed of durable Anso-tex nylon
  • Center buckle adjusts from both sides
  • Padded belt fits 28- to 52-inch waists
  • Riveted and bar-tacked construction
  • Removable pouches

Reviews (15)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good for Light work !
I've used this tool belt rig for over a year now in Florida, doing custom High-end trim work. I'm a professional with over 20 years in the field so I guess I can critique with some authority. The actual waist belt " sucks !" it went directly to the trash ! the left side fastener belt has good storage saving the fact that both small outside pockets lack depth and tend to rip where they are fastened , the steel framing square pocket could be a little deeper too! the pouch also lacks a tape pocket where you can easily access your tape measure , a clip would not be acceptable. The right hand tool pouch is pretty good some more inside partitions wouild be nice but , Oh Well! The hammer holder is useless I've closed the bottoom with a n electrical ty and use it for keeping a skeine of masons line in it. I've added a seperate hammer holder and use a seperate tape holder with the adddition of a STRONG 3" leather belt . I've hhad this belt for awhile as I've said and its time to have it restiched or replaced . Hard to get these things perfect I guess! all in all what can you get for FORTY BUCKS these days

5-0 out of 5 stars I wouldn't buy any other toolbelt.
I am on my third "contractor's rig". I have something stuffed in every pocket. I re-hab old houses and I do more things than just carpentry. I carry a framing hammer, nails or screws for the job, screwdriver, pliers, cold chisel, awl, nailset, utility knife, crescent wrench, miniature screwdriver, 5 pencils or markers, razor blade scraper, electrical tape, 2-prong plug adaptors, electrical connectors; latex gloves, sandwich bag of misc. fasteners, paper towels, paint can opener, wood dowels, end nippers, wood chisel, nail claw, (2) voltage ticks, flashlight, 25' tape, some other odds and ends, and safety glasses. I like a toolbelt that is lightweight so I can pack around more tools. I like the Contractor's Rig having so many pockets... it has spoiled me for any other toolbelt... I am always on the lookout for a toolbelt with more utility, but I haven't found it yet. I have to use padded suspenders from Nailers with it because of the weight (and to attach my cell phone to), but, the belt is not all that easy to attach suspenders to. I have a 32" waist, which means the two bags, the tape holder bag, and two hammer loops (sometimes I carry an extra hammer or prybar) pretty much fill up the belt for me and still keep the bags off my thighs and to the side when I climb ladders or work on my knees). I have had to make repairs and sew up the toolbags a few times, but if you are using a toolbelt every day it is going to suffer wear and tear. The hammer sleeve makes a great place to store safety glasses.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not bad
Im a helper with a crew that does rough framing and have been using this rig for a little over a month. Overall I am satisfied with the belt, especially the price. A helpers pay won't afford one of those $100+ setups out there.

Each pouch has a nice big pocket that can hold a ton of nail clips even if you have a bottle of water in there, which you need in this south texas heat. When I first got it I had to switch around the left and right pouches. I like the one with the two fastener pockets to be on my left. They work out great. I keep a small supply of hand drives in one and cap nails in the other. The third nail pocket on that pouch keeps concrete nails, but its hard to get my fingers into it. And theres no way a human hand can fit down there. Having that speed square pocket on the left is nice to.

The tape holder doesent seem like it would work well. And every time you look down at it you wonder how in the world your tape hasnt fallen out yet, but it works great. Its nice to not have your tape taking up pouch space. My tape has never fallen out - (a 25') but I don't think it would hold a 35' well. The hammer hanger is excellent and works way better than the hammer sleeve. That hammer sleeve DOES NOT protect your leg. My estwing beats the heck []out of my leg if I keep it in that sleeve.

The right pouch has a mammoth pocket just like the left one. And it also has three small pockets inside it that hold my knife, torpedo level, and pry bar perfectly (wish I could keep that bar somewhere on my left though). The middle pocket (which I didnt even notice for a few days) holds a chalk line like a dream. The bottom most pocket I dont have anything in but its nice to have that storage space. I like to keep the big pockets for nail clips.

There are a great many places to put pencils but no pencil pockets where I REALLY want one, its not a big deal though. The pocket that has the covered flap works well to hold a short ratchet action screw driver I have.

The nylon is much tougher and resistant to tears and punctures than I thought it would be. No need to baby this rig. The belt itself is comfortable (once you get it adjusted where you like it) and unless you are really loaded down with stuff you don't really notice your wearing it.

I can't comment on whether or not this would make a good "contractors" rig but it sure makes a great "helpers" rig. I would definitly recommend this belt to anyone that needs a good rig but doesent have a ton of cash to spend.

1-0 out of 5 stars Contractor's Rig????
My advice is to pass on this tool belt. [After two months of use] this tool belt is coming apart at the seams with VERY light duty use[...]. I doubt it would last a week as a "Contractor's Rig".
In addition it has been a pain to use since day one. The belt simply will not hold its position, if you buy this tool belt plan on occasionally wearing it around your ankles.
Also, the front nail pockets flop around dumping their contents as you walk, kneel down, or climb ladders.
I own other Bucket Boss items that have proven very durable and useful. In my opinion they missed their usual high mark on this one.

1-0 out of 5 stars "Contractor's Rig"? I don't think so!!
My advice is to pass on this tool belt. I received this item on April 9, 2002. It is now June 6, 2002 and this tool belt is coming apart at the seams with VERY light duty use (just as another reviewer mentioned it's the stitching at the tool slots). I doubt it would last a week as a "Contractor's Rig".
In addition it has been a pain to use since day one. The belt simply will not hold its position, if you buy this tool belt plan on occasionally wearing it around your ankles.
Also, the front nail pockets flop around dumping their contents as you walk, kneel down, or climb ladders.
I own other Bucket Boss items that have proven very durable and useful. In my opinion they missed their usual high mark on this one. ... Read more

11. Bucket Boss Brand 06004 GateMouth Tool Bag
list price: $0.00
our price: $24.50
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Asin: B00002243C
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 815
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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  • Extra capacity for bulky items
  • 11 outer, 12 inside pockets
  • 17 by 9 by 12 inches
  • Constructed of 600-denier fabric
  • Padded sides and bottom for protection

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars First one was a disappointment
I got the Gatemouth bag as a gift from my son two years ago. The bag looks great, has lots of pockets and sure seems strong. I use it to carry emergency tools in the truck of the car. I have not overloaded the bag. I was very disappointed when the stitching on one entire end panal failed and the bag literally fell apart. I've tried to find warranty info or company contact for this item but have not been able to find anything. The company is owner by Fiskars but I find no support for the Bucket Boss line on their web site. There's a possibility that I had a bad bag. I liked the bag so much while it functioned that I am ordering a replacement. I hope this was just a fluke. The design sure seems just what I need. The company really should stand behind the product though.
Caveat Emptor I guess..

4-0 out of 5 stars Good but Pricey
Lots of space to accomodate stuff. Strong, lightweight and useful. But you can get a Sears version fo about half the price.

4-0 out of 5 stars Three years and still going. . . .
I have owned this bag for over 3 years. It is way overloaded (so much that I don't even worry about zipping it up), and has held up very well. Only two small problems (due to my overloading): the clips that hold the stap to the rings on the bag broke, and the metal bar that holds the shape of the main opening has come out of the end seam. This bag does hold a lot of "stuff." It has held up very well despite my abusing and overloading (it weighs about 80 lbs with all my stuff.) Well worth the buy! ... Read more

12. Bucket Boss 06088 GateMouth Open-Face Tool Bag
list price: $44.99
our price: $24.99
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Asin: B00007CW58
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 646
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Organization meets style in the Bucket Boss GateMouth open-face tool bag. Made of a strong, tear-resistant material, the GateMouth has room for all those little odds and ends you always seem to need on the job site, with the flexibility to organize everything almost any way you choose. The bag features a total of 29 compartments of varying size and depth, designed to help you organize your hand tools more efficiently. Among its features, you'll find an ID pocket, tape-measure clip, electrical-tape holder, and tool clip--along with a reinforced, rubber bottom and a free plastic storage tray for organizing and storing small parts and fasteners inside the bag. --Carl Thress ... Read more


  • Includes a free tray for small parts and fasteners
  • 29 pockets in all for added versatility
  • Extra-long handles for easier carrying
  • Waterproof rubber bottom protects tools and wears like iron
  • Strong, reinforced, abrasion-resistant handles ensure longer life

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5-0 out of 5 stars Great Procuct
This is the best tool bag I have seen. Very well built, easy access to all tools. Strong bottom that keeps tools orgainsed and dry. Ideal for Electricians!! ... Read more

13. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 06149 Big Daddy Gatemouth

our price: $35.99
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Asin: B0001UGXB4
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 2206
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  • 25% Larger - Will hold a reciprocating saw.
  • Rubber reinforced bottom - Strong enough to carry a heavy load.
  • Giant ergo-shoulder strap - Easy on the body.
  • Hidden stash pocket - Keeps your stuff secure.
  • Junk Drawer - Great for storing all those odds and ends.

14. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 54017 "Sparky' Electrician's Pouch

our price: $22.99
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Asin: B0001LQY2Q
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 1226
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  • Rubber reinforced bottom - will stand upright & strong enough to carry a heavy load
  • Carry it three ways - on your belt, over the shoulder, or with the carry handle
  • Cell phone pouch keeps the phone close at hand.
  • 1680 denier fabric - will wear forever

15. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 06053 Hopalong Gatemouth

our price: $29.99
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Asin: B0001LQY30
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 3216
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  • Cell phone pocket keeps the phone close at hand
  • Removable fanny tool pack - great when you leave the job and do not take the tools
  • Dog-bone shoulder strap is extra comfortable
  • Rubber reinforced bottom, strong enough to carry a heavy load
  • Junk drawer great for storing all those odds and ends

16. Bucket Boss Brand 15054-CS04 4-Piece Super Stacker Kit
list price: $21.72
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00002243L
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 911
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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A simple idea becomes a great product. Fill up four of these babies with your fasteners, hardware, fittings, whatever, and you’ve got everything you need right at hand without fumbling through bags or fooling around with flimsy cardboard boxes. The compartments are generous, the plastic is rugged, and all you need is a five-gallon bucket for complete portability. If you’ve used the original Bucket Stackers, you’ll love these, because they’re toting 44% more capacity than the yellow version. Some nifty little extras include built-in drill-bit sizers, pencil holders and measuring rule. Sure, they were made with contractors in mind, but we think they’ll find their way into your house, too, for crafter’s supplies and household thingamajigs.--Kris Jensen-Van Heste ... Read more


  • Made in USA
  • 4-pack of super bucket stackers
  • Organize bolts, screws, wire nuts, etc.
  • Fits standard 5-gallon bucket
  • Red in color

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Lots of screws
Great set of stackers!! Compartments are big enough to hold a 1# box of drywall screws. I use one for nails, one for screws, and one for electrical fittings.. Haven't found a use for the 4th one yet.. I had a chance to check out the smaller ones (Yellow) (when they were sent to me by mistake) and I HIGHLY recommend going with the larger ones (Red).. I'd rather have a stacker only filled 3/4 full of screws than to have a smaller one overflowing.. Just waiting for Bucket Boss to make a Stacker Lock that secures to a stepladder tray so you can't inadvertantly knock it off the ladder..

5-0 out of 5 stars Let's talk increased productivity.
When I'm on a job, I can need 15 different types of nails and screws-easy. I used to keep them in the lumberyard bags stashed in a 5 gallon bucket. Now let see where is that bag with the 3d finish nails? I know it's in here somewhere. Right, usually the last bag I'd look in. I bought two sets of the stackers-one for screws and one for nails, and those unproductive search minutes have become a thing of the past. My only complaint is sometimes a lower stackers will come out with the upper one and then fall off, spilling its contents. Aw, quit your belly achin'.

5-0 out of 5 stars Bigger helper
I love these things. They work so well with the standard sized stackers that I think they should be mandatory for contractors. One or two of these things in the bottom of each bucket, with a standard size or two on top, makes a great combo for holding those larger sized, fasteners, or that larger quantity you want to carry. I use these stackers to hold what I want to carry from the bucket to my location, or just to tote around from place to place on the site. They're stable, strong, and work great. ... Read more

17. Bucket Boss Brand 54045 Rear Guard
list price: $12.99
our price: $6.95
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Asin: B00004TBFG
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 525
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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  • Pouch measures 9.75 in. x 5.75 in.
  • Beefy stainless steel belt clip
  • Built from abrasion resistant fabric
  • Rear padded and reinforced pouch, four front pockets
  • Clip loop for a tape roll, keys and its snap loop

Reviews (14)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best for small tools.
Great tool carrier. I put it on when I start work and leave it on all day. So comfortable I forget to take it off. Not bulky or heavy. Keeps hand tools handy without putting on another tool belt.A lot of pockets for such a small thing.

5-0 out of 5 stars Held up well for mechanic!
It's a great item for my mechanic husband, it saves his pants pockets from getting holes in them from his wrenches & screwdrivers. It took him a couple of days to get used to it, but now wears it every day at work. UPDATE: my husband wears this daily at work, filled with his tools. No area showed any sign of wear after 2 years of constant use. His screwdriver finally wore a hole through the pocket and we purchased another one. Got a great 2 1/2 years of use out of this!

4-0 out of 5 stars electrician
Im a service electrician, so i do small jobs all day long and in between im in the truck driving to the next job ,so i put tools on, put tools away all day long. I got tired of putting holes in my back pockets by carring screw drivers ect.. my regular tool pouch is big and hangs on my belt so it was too much of a pain to undo my belt when i arrive and then again when i leave. This baby solved that problem. I ended up using it in my front pocket, more comfortable and excessable. It did wear out in 8 mo.'s so im ordering a new one. if they beefed up the bottom of pouch so screwdrivers wouldn't eventually pop through i'd give it 5 stars.

3-0 out of 5 stars I like the pouch but it wore out too fast
Excellent pouch for electricians who usually put there pliars & screwdriver in back pocket. You can fit pliers,strippers,2 screwdrivers& tester. Downside; it only lasted about 6 months.

5-0 out of 5 stars great pouch
I do lots of low voltage wiring. It's great to just stick it in your rear pocket which makes it very handy. I only wish they'd make the same item with more storage pockets. Instead I had to buy 2. ... Read more


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Asin: B0002IY024
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars Special Markets
Sales Rank: 35874
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Product Description

These are the perfect tool bags for the carver using primarily hand tools. The sizes are ideal for tool rolls, chisel sets, carving knives and other necessities for carving. There is even room for small projects. The bag openings are large enough to allow easy access to all of your tools inside. These bags are extremely well made to last a lifetime. Dimensions are 13" X 9" X 8" and 17" X 9" X 12". (Tools Not Included) ... Read more

19. Bucket Boss Brand 99981 Mug Boss
list price: $5.99
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Asin: B000037X0F
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 4161
Average Customer Review: 4.35 out of 5 stars
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Messy desk? Amuse your coworkers and clean up the clutter with this fantastic little Mug Boss from Bucket Boss. There's no other desk organizer like it. The Mug Boss is made from the same fabric used in the company's famous job site tool organizers, so you know it's tough enough for even your sharpest pens and pencils. Contractors, do-it-yourselfers, amateur woodworkers, and even your average pencil pusher will get a kick out of the Mug Boss. It's the perfect office gift. We think the Mug Boss practically pays for itself in humor value alone--at this price, it's hard to find a less expensive punch line. --Brian Trinen ... Read more


  • Makes a great gift
  • The ultimate desk organizer
  • Works with any 10-ounce mug
  • Eight exterior pockets
  • Made from sturdy, Bucket Boss high-denier nylon

Reviews (23)

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Way to Avoid Shuffling Papers Looking for the Pen
Most of the time my desk is cluttered with one job on top of the other. I keep thinking a credenza would solve that problem but it doesn't. The frustration is when you need a letter opener or a pen, and they are buried in the pile. Or I need the mini razor that slides back in the plastic holder. That baby really lays flat, and can get lost under most anything.
This Mug Boss is great for all of those problem. Pens, pencils, letter opener, and whatever else you may use on your desk, are always at the ready. It looks really cool. Has a handy look to it and hints that things are under control. Great material, sure to last a long time, and fits a standard size coffee mug.
It's cheap. Buy a few and give them out to your friends. It's an upfront desk reminder of you. Great conversation piece. I really don't see any down side to it. Makes a great compliment to the Bucket Boss, and the rest of the line. Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars Super gift
Clever little gift. Fits over any coffee mug or short glass and all your pens, pencils etc fit right in. Functional as well as clever. I bought one of these for each of the 25 office staff and they love them. Visitors to our office always ask where they can buy them. A great deal for only a couple bucks.

3-0 out of 5 stars Not that practical! But cute!
"Any 10 oz mug?" Sure, if it's a skinny one. The pockets? Most won't hold anything bigger than a pencil, and a tight sqeeze, there. Still, a great "guy thing" statement, which was much appreciated on Father's Day in our home. (Along with the actual *big* Bucket Boss, which we have yet to test out. Now, where was that bucket?)

4-0 out of 5 stars You don't need it, but you must have it.
Two ugly coffee mugs will do the same job, but how cool is your accountant's logo and maybe a Local 1030 Environmental Workers of NJ mug gonna stack up to a BucketBoss?

Look, you worked hard to get off the jobsite and into a chair. You wear shirts with buttons. You have a slight crease in your pants. Your shoes are relatively clean. But you still remember eating lunch out of a box, wearing work boots, and having your own nicked-up hardhat. The BucketBoss lets people know you still know how to kick someone's behind for slacking on the job.

And it keeps the pens separated nicely from the pencils, and doesn't let the Sharpies get mixed up with either of them.


1-0 out of 5 stars The S/H charge drops it from cute to a joke.
Almost purchased this item until I realized that I was going to pay twice as much in shipping and handling as I would for the mug boss. The Mug Boss is cute but that isn't funny. ... Read more

20. Bucket Boss Brand 15051K Bucket Stacker Kit 4-Pieces
list price: $19.44
our price: $14.99
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Asin: B00002243J
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 2196
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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  • Made in USA
  • 4 compartments for organizing nuts, bolts, screws, nails and more
  • Includes a drill bit sizer, pencil holder, and measuring rule
  • Stacks 4-5 deep in any 5 gallon bucket
  • 4 piece kit

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Let's Get Organized !!
This set of four stacker system, with four compartments each, has greatly aided me in trying to keep my shop organized with the various screws, nails and brads that I use in my craft business. Each compartment is labeled and I know that the exact item that I am looking for is in the "screw" bucket. It has eliminated the boxes of stuff from piling up on the workbench.

Better yet, when I go off to a craft show, I just take the bucket with me, and I know I have everything in hand that I could possibly need. Plus, when the supply of a compartment gets low, I know it is time to fill it up, rather than hunt through the various boxes on the work bench hoping that I have more.

I do have to watch the amount of hardware I put in the containers. Too much weight tends to make them a little "too flexible" and difficult to handle.

A great "investment" and time saver for me.

4-0 out of 5 stars smart idea
Each time I need to set up a new truck or trailer I put together 3 of these sets. 1 for fastners, 1 for electrical, and 1 for plumbing. They keep the truck well organized and save me the lost time of having a man run to the hardware store for a few inserts. They are one of the best ways I have of keeping supplies on hand. If I could change anything about the tray it would be to have a tray divided into 6 sections for smaller parts. ... Read more

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