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  1. happyhippydad
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    happyhippydad Member Electrician's Arms

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    I have never really seen the need for as tool belt, but recently I have been up the tall ladder a few times and have had to go up and d own a number of times so it's time for a belt.

    The only prerequisites are that it has a holder for a hammer!

    Cheers all.
     
  2. Ian1981
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    Ian1981 Forum Mentor

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    CK magma tool belt with the pouch and drill holster isn’t bad plus you can add accessories but really tool belts aren’t my cup of tea.
    Prefer the work trousers with flappy pockets.
     
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  3. happyhippydad
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    happyhippydad Member Electrician's Arms

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    I will be wearing the flappy pocket trousers as well. Basically I want to be able to put a hammer somewhere plus hold a bit more whilst I'm up there, especially a drill.
     
  4. Pete999
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    Hammer, driil what are you a you. Carpenter? Worse still a Plumber.
     
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  5. happyhippydad
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    happyhippydad Member Electrician's Arms

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    Since the nice plumber chap saved my bacon a few months ago when I drilled through a water pipe I feel I can't degrade plumbers any more :(.
     
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    buzzlightyear please let me back in to the prison cell. Electrician's Arms

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    might tool belt is a black bucket .
     
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  7. Adam W
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    Adam W Regular EF Member

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    Stuart Houghton EF Member

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    PEG Respected Member

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    I still reckon the tool-balaclava is the best. It frees up your pockets,for the smaller items.
    You get 50 self adhesive velcro pads,and a van mount,to hang it on. Google them on www.stikytoolhelmet.com :rolleyes:
     
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    I want that. ( bet pete999 has one already ).
     
  11. Pete999
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    Pete999 Forum Mentor

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    No Mate, don't like them that much, did have a Snicker's Tool Vest once, that was until some scrote nicked it on a site, not that worried, as I doubt very much it would still fit me, I was a lithe fit Sparky once you know.
     
  12. HandySparks
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  13. Adam W
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    Adam W Regular EF Member

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    I expect they're quite good for keeping swarf off the floor.
     
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    SWD Gender neutral Electrician's Arms

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    Bucket and a length of rope........
     
  15. telectrix
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    telectrix Scouser and Proud of It Respected Member

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    with an orange? we don't need to know about your secret fetish.:D:D:D
     
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