It can be adjusted for nearly every hand tool on the market
The tray is great for holding power tools such as cordless drills, nails, staplers, and saws
The belt clips on and off easily and can be used on any tool belt or waist belt
As soon as it is not in use, it swivels out of the way against your hip
A durable construction that is all metal
Questions & Answers
Can I use a plastic hook or a metal hook?
Clips are metal, but the hook is not metal it seems strong and will not break. I used it for my better impact and drill it works great, the clip secures the tool until you need it and it works really well for climbing ladders.
Do you know if it works on portercable impact drivers?
larger the battery, the better chance it has of holding Using it with Craftsman and Rigid impact drivers is fine for me
Do you have the capability of bending/shaping What kind of hooks are you going to use on this? Additionally, is it strong enough to hold the shape of two (Total weight for both dogs is 30 pounds). ?
You can bend the hook if you want. With rubber coating, it is steel. There would be room for two dogs in the crate. While the belt clip can bend if yanked too hard, the item is quite sturdy overall. To keep concrete tools at hand, I use this.
What is the fit of a ?
This should be the case, in my opinion. The belt I have on my waist has an overhang of a little over two inches
Selected User Reviews For Bigg Lugg Power Tool Holder Belt Hook
Unlike what they state, it is not entirely made of metal
It was basically the same item as the other two packs of this, just an entirely different brand. I was very disappointed when I opened this package and found it to be the same. You'll have a few good years out of them, but there is a piece of plastic between the belt hook and the hook on the hook that will eventually break no matter what you do. As an electrician for a solar company, I have an impact or drill with me the majority of the time, and so I have noticed these type of hooks last anywhere from a year to a year and a half at the most. Once the plastic breaks, the sound stops. If you use Scotchweld, it will fail just above or below the glue, as I did one time. There is no rating for the plastic piece, which will wear out over time or with constant use. The belt hook is very handy, but I am going to replace my old one that broke with a genuine all metal belt hook in the future.
| Oct 01, 2020
I am NOT in favor of "all-inclusive" The claim is that it is a metal construction
An advertisement that is false! Although the manufacturer states that it is an "all metal construction," it is A single piece of PLASTIC is all that keeps the hook affixed to the belt latch! As an individual, I don't want to waste time on describing what I see in the package. When it comes to his large tools on the job, he needs a hook that is very strong and sturdy. There is no reason for this! Adding insult to injury, when I immediately tried to return the item, Amazon said that the item was "not eligible for return!"!.
| Feb 24, 2021
Drills need to be broken if you are going to break them
The holder is one that you should buy! An in-depth look at the BIGGG LUGG drone While the product looks like a quality item on the surface, the rivet holding the hook to the belt loop broke within the first thirty minutes of use, which caused the drill to drop to the ground, breaking a What's the worst thing ever? You've got to be kidding me, Instead of a rivet, I used a bolt, locking washer, It looks like I'm ready to go now, is that The next day, when I used the product again, the hole in my drill snapped and the nut holding the hook came loose. The drill I was using this time was worth $250. Make sure you read the fine print before making a purchase. This may not only result in you losing the money you spent on the product, but you may also lose the money you spent on the If the product fails and you're working above someone, please, do not let that happen to you. Please note Despite the size of my drill, I used a small bit. Previously, I applied a Dewalt 20V Max to my surfaces. Having said that, the drill is not large in any regard).
| Feb 27, 2021
The hook is not very stable on my belt
I clipped it to my 3-in-1 belt clip Work belts of this size are fairly simple to install. Its thin width does not provide any stability to the hook because of its thin width. Whenever I lift my nail gun, drill, or impact driver out of the hook, I sometimes find that I flip it over over 45 degrees left or right on my belt. I fumble a bit when I reach back to put the tool back on the hook, so I have to turn away from my work and look down at the hook to determine My workflow is broken, and I am uncomfortable. Would be nice if it could be done on a two-person team An inch belt with a clip extending down to the bottom would be a more stable belt. it is, I removed it from my toolbox and threw it in the bottom.
| Jul 28, 2020
The tool bag will be much more useful with this
For any tool that uses the D handle style, this hanger can be used. This makes it ideal for air nailers, trim nailers, slap hammers, cordless drills, etc. It is designed to fit nearly If you need it wider or tighter, the hanger will bend to meet your needs. The tools will be able to be held firmly with this flexibility. It has never ever failed or dropped a nail on me while climbing rafters using air framing nailers on this hook. It would be a great gift for anyone. To use as a hook for doing odds and ends if I have no desire to wear a belt.
| Mar 01, 2021
A very handy tool! My preferences are both for it as well as for the Bigg Lugg 2 (Home Depot used to sell it for less money)
I was disappointed that the Bigg Lugg 2 did not have the nut on top for the swivel, but besides that, I'm fine with They work well for every kind of hanging use I can think of Among my other items are buckets, extension cords, tools, etc.
I have at least 8 of the BigLugg 2 but couldn't find them at HD anymore, so I purchased this one here online. have never had one break, but I like having a lot around for all the different uses they are used for, such as in my garage, trucks, tool bins, and holding things on shelves. If I can't find one, I just buy Only one ball end has come off and one other has become loose so far. The grip of some hooks is slick while the marks of aluminum hooks are obvious. If you feel the hooks need to be bent, you can do so too.
| Aug 13, 2020
Without this, I wouldn't be able to function
Purchasing this is my second time purchasing Bigg Lugg. My first one broke in 2014. I bought it in 1998 and wore it on my belt every day until it finally broke in My lifetime tool kit for holding a cordless drill, nail gun, even levels or whatever I could fit on top of it is absolutely indispensable to me. A tiny hole was drilled through the clip on the first one so that I could secure it to my tool belt with a zip tie, stopping it from falling off from time to time. There is a slight discrepancy between the old one and the new one, with the exception of the angle that connects the hook to the clip, which on the old one was metal. Despite its good looks, the plastic seems to be pretty sturdy, but I've opted to save the old metal angle as a backup. There's also a difference in the hook from the old to the new. In the old, the hook was bare metal, while the new hook was covered with a rubber The metal on the old one was bent many times before it snapped, possibly because it got caught and bent many times before it broke. Voici a tip If you can, get in the habit of swiveling the hook against yourself when not in use so it does not snag. You'll be frustrated if you leave it sticking out. As time went on, the ball on the old hook came loose (after about 10 years), however I simply jabbed 2P10 into it, and it was reattached. This new one has so far proven to be just as good as the old one. They are still active, which I was glad to see.
| Apr 28, 2021
The way it is is the way Is it possible for you to make better? It is a great piece of kit to utilize with pneumatic guns and other such equipment
One drawback is that it is difficult to get it to stay on the belt, and then keep it from peeling off when you grab something that is attached. A little hole has to be drilled through the metal tab that is resting on the belt, and a rivet has to hold it all If you have a rivet gun, you can rivet the sheets of metal together. Yes, I do). THE PARTY DOES NOT STOP UNTIL I GET.