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1. BucketBoss Extreme Gear 55035
$32.50 list()
2. Bucket Boss 55039 Builder's Rig
$44.99 list($65.88)
3. Bucket Boss Brand 55034 Contractor's
$6.95 list($12.99)
4. Bucket Boss Brand 54045 Rear Guard
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5. Bucket Boss Brand 54046 Layout
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6. Bucket Boss Brand 54012 Left-Hand
$19.99 list($0.00)
7. Bucket Boss Brand 55031 Handy
$4.99 $4.95
8. Bucket Boss 54066 Meathook Tool
$8.99 list($9.00)
9. Bucket Boss Brand 54040 Single
10. Bucket Boss 54055 Work Wear Utility
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11. Bucket Boss 54056 Work Wear Knife
$9.99 list($12.99)
12. Bucket Boss Brand 54006P Drill
$21.05 list($26.07)
13. Bucket Boss 54016 Nail/Tool Pouch
$21.05 list($26.07)
14. Bucket Boss 54009 Left Hand Tool
$8.99
15. Bucket Boss Brand 54042 Utility
$8.48 list($10.50)
16. Bucket Boss 54001 Pager Holder,
$6.00 list($7.44)
17. Bucket Boss 54008 Hammer Holder
$21.05 list($26.07)
18. Bucket Boss 54010 Rt Hand Tool
$6.97 list($8.64)
19. Bucket Boss 54011 Tape Measure
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20. Bucket Boss 54013 Drywaller?s

1. 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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Features

  • 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


2. 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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Amazon.com

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

Features

  • 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 great...here'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


3. 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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Amazon.com Review

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

Features

  • 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


4. 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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Features

  • 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


5. Bucket Boss Brand 54046 Layout Square Scabbard
list price: $0.00
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00004TBG8
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 5956
Average Customer Review: 4.33 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pouch measures 11.5 in. x 8.5 in
  • Beefy stainless steel belt clip
  • Abrasion resistant fabric
  • Holds layout square, pencils and small tools
  • Reinforced pocket edge will hold a clipped on tape measure

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solves a problem very well
Most pouches don't come with a good place for a square and the darn things are always falling out or poking you in the ribs or something. This scabbard is well made and clips onto a pants pocket with a metal clip or it can be slid onto the belt using the loops on the back of the scabbard. The extra pouch and pencil slots are nice too. The material looks nice and is very resistant to wear, damage and fluids. I heartily reccomend it if you carry a sqaure often.

4-0 out of 5 stars End user in mind.
After getting tired of scraping knuckles in a large pouch, tearing holes in pants pockets, and trying other products, I have found a product that works. The scabbord does just what it says. A left handed model would make this a 5 star product. It's functional, easy to find your square/tape/pencil without having to look all of the time. It's also very durable, a definite PLUS. As a hobbyist, I look for products that will give me a lifetime of service, easy to work with, versitile, and dependable. The Layout Square Scabbord does all of this. I'm very pleased with this product.

4-0 out of 5 stars Compact and lightweight
Being a do-it-yourselfer, I have not yet invested in one of those "everything" tool belts. Thus far, I have always just stuffed my speed square in the biggest available pocket, and then pushed it out of the way when I needed something else in the same pocket. This speed square scabbard makes all the difference. It is compact and lightweight, yet it is extremely durable. And it frees up some extra space in my tool belt! I only wish that it came in a left hand model (not a big deal, but it sure would be convenient!!). ... Read more


6. Bucket Boss Brand 54012 Left-Hand Drill Holster
list price: $0.00
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00002243R
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 3245
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Holds regular or cordless drills
  • Riveted stress points
  • Universal to fit most belts
  • Left-hand model

Reviews (4)

5-0 out of 5 stars Best lefty
This is by far the best left-handed holster I have used. The thick padding of the holster keeps the drill securly in place even without the strap. The bit pockets are very handy for pencils(or even screws) as well as bits. Bucket Boss somehow made this durable, comfortable, holster better and cheaper than any other holster I've seen.

4-0 out of 5 stars Quality Bucket Boss Drill Holster
The strap to hold you drill in has only one position and it needs more to hold all drills securely. A strap with velcro would solve this problem.

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4-0 out of 5 stars Quick Draw
This holster is handy anytime or anywhere you do lots of drilling or driving. It's also great when you're on a ladder and don't have enough hands. It saves time by keeping your tools right there where you need them. I've used it with cordless and corded tools when hanging electrical boxes and running wire through studs, hanging drywall, and siding work. I like the snapping strap to secure the tool when you're busy with something else. It has slots to hold extra bits and extensions, too. However, I found it works best with smaller drills. I tried this holster on my belt with my big 19.2V PorterCable hammer/drill/driver and it about jerked the pants right off me. It wasn't quite big enough to keep that heavy tool from tipping back and out of the holster. Instead, I use it with a large leather tool belt to put around my middle and that worked out much better by balancing the drill while it hangs. At any rate, I now have no trouble with trying to find a place to set my drills and drivers when doing working in difficult places. And the holster is good for holding other tools too. Thanks, Amazon !!

5-0 out of 5 stars best of its kind
I couldn't find this holster locally, so Amazon was kind enough to accomodate my needs. This is a nice one, Good size for 14 or 18 volt drills, comfortable against the leg, and a nice holddown strap. I especially like the 'extension' on the bottom, which is designed to protect your leg from a bit. Very smart design. Even with a rapid load in the chuck it still protects the leg. Does this company make good stuff or what? ... Read more


7. Bucket Boss Brand 55031 Handy Belt
list price: $0.00
our price: $19.99
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Asin: B00004T82V
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 1675
Average Customer Review: 3 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Made of 600 denier polyester
  • 10 pockets that hold most home repair tools
  • Nail bags are formed with a continuous loop of interior fabric preventing bottom blowout
  • Hammer loop and measuring tape pocket

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Revised Review!
I own several products by Bucket Boss and find their quality of materials to be top notch. I am a handyman so I put these to the test.

I use this belt for my lighter work and when I am up on a ladder and need to be able to move around. I enjoy the ease of the clasp that this belt offers, it allows for easy on, and easy off application. The pockets are a little small but then again, I limit the tools I carry in this belt.

The one thing I do not like about this belt is the fact that you cannot carry a speed square in any of the pockets. Since a speed square is an invaluable tool for general work, this is a big pain. After my second time using this belt the clasp broke and I needed to return the item for an exchange, so far the second one has been working fine.

REVISED REVIEW The buckle slips every now and then when I first put it on and lets go. Also, some of the stitching is coming loose where the pocket attaches to the apron. I may end up bringing it back, again, and asking for a new one. Overall I really like this little belt but I am getting tired of the poor quality. I have downgraded my original rating by one star. ... Read more


8. Bucket Boss 54066 Meathook Tool Holder
list price: $4.99
our price: $4.99
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Asin: B0000950QD
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Fiskars
Sales Rank: 7633
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Features

  • Hook rotates 360 degrees
  • Stainless steel clip that is corrosion resistant
  • Holds most cordless tools and nailers

9. Bucket Boss Brand 54040 Single Barrel Tool Sheath
list price: $9.00
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00004TBF3
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 12487
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pouch measures 6.75 in. x 2 in.
  • Beefy stainless steel belt clip
  • Abrasion resistant fabric
  • 4.5 in. deep pocket
  • 2 in. elastic pencil channel

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Great for Mini Mag-Lite, clip holds tight
Great deal. Received Mug Boss, too. Excellent for pens, tools, and keep things organized.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great for Mini Mag-Lite, clip holds tight - Bargain at [money]
Bought this sheath for [money]- It is great for holding a mini Mag-Lite. Easy to reach without lifting any flaps. The free Bucket Boss Mug Boss accessory is fantastic. I am very pleased. Great quality at a great price! ... Read more


10. Bucket Boss 54055 Work Wear Utility Tool Pouch

Asin: B00004XOFA
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 21585
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Features

  • Small pouch to hold a variety of hand tools
  • Designed for use with Bucket Boss work wear
  • Great for trades that don't require a full tool belt

11. Bucket Boss 54056 Work Wear Knife Pouch
list price: $10.29
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Asin: B00004XPW4
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 30155
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Features

  • Holds utility knives
  • Plastic reinforced bottom to prevent tearing
  • Designed for use with Bucket Boss work wear

12. Bucket Boss Brand 54006P Drill Holster
list price: $12.99
our price: $9.99
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Asin: B00002243Q
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 328
Average Customer Review: 4.14 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Right-hand model
  • Holds regular or cordless drills
  • Four pockets
  • Drill retention strap
  • Padded extension to protect leg

Reviews (7)

2-0 out of 5 stars Won't work for T handle or small drills
although the construction is impecable the holster really needs a leg belt to stay stable, also the pouch will not work well with t handle drills like a milwaukee, or small drills like 7.2 volt B&D. works greak with dewalt, but thats it as far as i can tell, better off buying the hook...

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect complement to the Bucket Boss tool belt
I recently reviewed the Bucket Boss Builder's Rig, and was overwhelmed with the versatility and comfort of their tool belt. The Drill Holster is a natural addition to the tool belt, and easily slips on the belt in place of (or in addition to) any of the pockets on the belt.

This holster fits my Porter Cable 14.4 drill with NO problems, and the balance is darn near perfect. Kudos to Bucket Boss for providing a bit of padding on the inside of the pocket as well.

Check my other reviews on the Bucket Boss lineup, and try it for yourself. I'm sure you'll like it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Bucket Boss Holster 1st
I like everthing about this item. I was especially pleased with the small pockets, how convenient to have your bits and some screws at your side. I do, however, wish this holster had a leg strap. It tends to roll backward somewhat. But, would I buy another one, you bet I would. Thanks, Dennis Odom

4-0 out of 5 stars A great tool belt accessory
Lightweight and effective. Works very well with drills up to 14.4 volts. Larger drills do not balanced well. If you use your drill on a regular basis, you will like having this holster.

4-0 out of 5 stars The best holster you can buy
I agree , this is better than any other available holsters. It does protect your leg. Thats in itself makes it superior. In addition you get extra storage in the side pockets. Kind of like having a mini bucket boss right there in front of your tool bags. It's still not secure enough for me though. I hate when my drills take a dive. They get dropped enough as it is. Who has the patience to strap a drill in every time they use it? I've been on a lot of jobs and have seen hundreds of drills in holsters. I've seen about two that were actually strapped in.The only holder I trust completely is the Prazi Big Lugg. It is far superior for keeping your drill stuck to your side. Just drop it in and you're good to go. Bend over, lay down , jump , It doesn't matter. It's still there. Impossible with a holster. So I have mixed feeling about this product. It is the best in it's class. But I think that class is losing favor with the Big lugg on the market. ... Read more


13. Bucket Boss 54016 Nail/Tool Pouch w/belt
list price: $26.07
our price: $21.05
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Asin: B0009F3U4E
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 12891
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Features

  • Two outside nail pouches
  • Speed square pocket
  • Flat bottom pockets
  • Double-wall nylon construction with bar-tack reinforcement

14. Bucket Boss 54009 Left Hand Tool Pouch w/Belt
list price: $26.07
our price: $21.05
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Asin: B0009F3U30
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 12890
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Features

  • Nail set and bit pouches
  • Large outer nail Pouch
  • Unique hammer sleeve protect lag
  • speed square pocket
  • cat's paw sleeve

15. Bucket Boss Brand 54042 Utility Knife Sheath
list price: $8.99
our price: $8.99
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Asin: B00004TBFD
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
Sales Rank: 5616
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Pouch measures 8.75 in. x 3.25 in.
  • Beefy stainless steel belt clip
  • Abrasion resistant fabric
  • Plastic reinforced pocket designed
  • Additional 2 in. elastic pencil channel

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Good sheath!
The belt clip is convenient and it easily holds larger utility knives. I primarily use fixed blade knives and find this sheath to be especially handy. The pencil holder is a nice touch. ... Read more


16. Bucket Boss 54001 Pager Holder, Black
list price: $10.50
our price: $8.48
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Asin: B0009F3U2G
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
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Features

  • Stainless steel spring clip attaches to your tool belt, directly to pants or belt
  • Cell Phone Dimensions: 6"H x 3"W
  • Designed for today's compact digital cell phones from Nextel, Motorola, Nokia and others
  • Dense padding offers real protection on the jobsite
  • Secure, quick access flap closure

17. Bucket Boss 54008 Hammer Holder
list price: $7.44
our price: $6.00
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Asin: B0009F3U2Q
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
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Features

  • For those who prefer a traditional loop-style holder
  • Reinforced back will not sag

18. Bucket Boss 54010 Rt Hand Tool Pouch w/Belt
list price: $26.07
our price: $21.05
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Asin: B0009F3U3A
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
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Features

  • Nail set and bit pouches
  • Large outer nail Pouch
  • Unique hammer sleeve protect lag
  • speed square pocket
  • cat's paw sleeve

19. Bucket Boss 54011 Tape Measure Holder w/Belt
list price: $8.64
our price: $6.97
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Asin: B0009F3U3U
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
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Features

  • Huge reverse-taper pouch
  • Holds up to 50' tape, chalk box, or additional fasteners

20. Bucket Boss 54013 Drywaller?s Pouch
list price: $18.51
our price: $14.94
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Asin: B0009F3U44
Catlog: Home Improvement
Manufacturer: Bucket Boss
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