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If you think belt hooks on tools are stupid — they’re usually not well-designed, and my belt is generally too tight to easily hook a tool on it — strap on a drill holster.  Black Rhino has adapted the gunslinger’s companion for the Toolmonger.

With a leg strap and a wide, open mouth, it looks like it would work great for standing and kneeling, but you might dump the tool out the back if you squat down.  You can buckle your drill in, to keep it from falling out, but I can’t picture someone busy enough to want the holster wanting to use the buckle much — except during lunch.

Street pricing on a drill holster runs as low as ten dollars, but the design of this one makes it look worth the $15 on Amazon. Remember, this might be a good Father’s Day candidate!

Drill Pouch Holster [Black Rhino]
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2 Responses to Drill Pouch Holster

  1. Lew says:

    Using a tool holster for my drill/driver has never worked for me.

    Unless you walk around your job site like a cowboy drawing paces for a showdown, the first time you bend your knee, out comes your drill onto the floor. Clicking the tool strap every time you need or place back the tool into the holster is maddening.

    To avoid a holster, yet have a way to carry my drill/driver with me on my belt (without snagging on things as I walk by them like a belt hook), I use the Bigg Lugg product. It is a real winner.


  2. ryan says:

    I had the same problems as Lew with the drill holsters. Sometimes I would even have the drill fall out when standing. My hitachi drill came with a hook on its handle, which is something I use all of the time. It hooks right onto my hammer loop and I have never had problems with it falling off. I only wear it on the loop when I am using it a lot, because the extra weight can get tiresome after an 8 hour day.

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