Spider Tool Holster - Quad Tool Kit (10 Piece Kit)
The Spider Tool Holster is designed to improve the way you carry your power tools!
The Quad Tool Kit allows you to equip two tools to use with your Tool Holster. No more setting your tool down or trusting it to a tool pouch. Clip the Tool Holster onto any casual belt or professional tool belt, wrap and secure the Tool Grip to your power tool, slide it into the locking holster, and you’re ready to go! Also includes our Spider BitGrippers and Tool Tabs.
The Tool Holster is a belt-mounted carrying system for power tools and can be clipped onto casual belt or tool belt. The holster has a self-locking design which locks / secures your tool whenever something is holstered. The Tool Holster is compatible with all Spider Tool Holster products.
The Spider Tool Grips stretch to fit the handle of any tool such as a power drill, impact driver, reciprocating saw, pneumatic nailer, and more with high strength velcro. Tool Grips are made from a durable silicone infused elastic material that allows it to remain flexible while maintaining a firm hold on the tool’s handle. For added security, the provided cable tie can be installed through the small slit on the Tool Grip’s pin.
Each BitGripper can hold 3 to 6 driver bits and features a high strength 3M adhesive that securely attaches it to the side of any drill or impact driver.
Tool Tabs lock securely into our Spider Tool Holster and prevent tool rotation and bouncing. Tool Tabs use a high strength 3M peel-and-stick design. This allows them to adhere to any flat surfaced tool such as a tape measure, or bit box. For best results we recommend thoroughly cleaning the surface of your tool with isopropyl alcohol, pressing the Tool Tab in place for one minute, and then allowing 24 hours for the adhesive to properly cure. For added security when applying to tape measures, insert the OEM screw through the provided counterbored hole of the Tool Tab and tighten in place.
USE WITH ANY BELT: Tool Holster easily clips on to any regular belt or tool belt.
SELF-LOCKING DESIGN: Holster will automatically lock when a tool is inserted. To unlock, lift the lock lever upwards with your thumb while lifting up the tool.
HEAVY DUTY: Tool Holster's nylon composite and high tensile steel construction stand up to rough everyday use. ELASTIC TOOL GRIPS: Stretch to fit the handle of any tool and can be further secured with the provided cable tie.
CONVENIENT BIT STORAGE: Store 3 to 6 driver bits per BitGripper on the side of your drill / driver for easy access on the job!
(2) Tool Holster
(4) Tool Grips + (4) Cable Ties
(2) BitGripper v2
(2) Tool Tabs
Download use and install instructions for all Tool Holster products:CLICK HERE
I love it works great
This has been - by far - my favorite method of carrying my tools around while on a job. It's SOOO quick and easy to take the tool on and off my belt with this.
I bought the "Quad" kit, and I've used most of it. In fact, I've found that most days I just slide the clip onto my belt just in case I need to grab my impact driver at some point during the day. I know that seems a little crazy but it's quarantine we're all crazy now.
I've hand no trouble sliding my tools in and out of the clip. And when I'm moving around a ton it's nice to know that the lock will keep the tool in place. I've never had it slip out on me, like I have with other tool holders.
The bit holders I initially viewed as a silly throw-in, and now they might be my favorite part of the kit. I absolutely LOVE these things. I put two of them on my DeWalt impact driver and I have all six slots loaded at all times with the 6 bits that I use the most often.
I gave this system 5 stars and I stand by it. That doesn't mean there aren't things I dislike though. They just aren't enough to keep me from absolutely loving this system. But here they are anyway:
- the "open" mechanism simply doesn't stay in place. There's a lever you lift up to release the tool, and if you pull it all the way up it supposedly sticks there and now you can take a tool on and off and it won't be locked in place. I like this feature for the times when I'm doing something where I need my drill in rapid succession. I also like it for times when I'm purely taking measurements and I want to be able to quickly take a tape measure on and off the clip. But the mechanism locks back down SUPER easily so that feature is essentially worthless. Hopefully they'll fix that in the future. I wouldn't even mind having a clip with no lock at all (they could make it a different color to keep track or something).
- the bit holders - which I adore - are billed as being able to hold up to 6 bits in each unit as long as they're the stubby kind that you put into an extension bit. Yes, this is technically possible and I did it for a while, but I found that those bits fall out much too easily. Now I only keep full-sized bits in those sleeves so they fit 3 in each unit. I just put two of them on one drill and then I have six bits again :)
- while I like the design, I will say that the tools get a little wobbly on you, and rotate into awkward positions. If there's a bit in your drill, sometimes that ends up poking you a little. It's not the end of the world, but a minor annoyance.
- I've put the straps on heavier tools, but naturally I've found there's a limit. Frankly, this isn't for anything much heavier than a hammer drill. I have the straps on my drill, driver, and a cable stapler I use, and that last one is the heaviest I go. I tried it on a cordless brad nailer once and it was way too heavy for my belt and pants to hold up comfortably.
That's it! I love this system and strongly recommend it.
I bought the set and put it on my most used power tools. Makes a world of difference.
Great quality, so far I absolutely love thos system. I got it the day I needed to have my impact and my drill on my side all day and it was so nice to have them both by my side. It saves me from myself by keeping me from bot putting them down and losing them. They are very easy to operate and I love the lock, unlock feature
It all starter with one simple clip. One hammer, hanging *upside down" according to everyone else. That is, until they saw how easy it was to pull that hammer up and swing with one motion, while they are still fumbling behind their backs. Then I tried it with a drill. Then I put it on a hammer tacker. Now, I have one of these straps on almost everything and I have 2-3 clips on my tool belt at all times.
easy. So fluid. Not even a learning curve. This company has made a tool
that increases efficiency and job site safety that feels natural, the
first day you use it. My whole crew now uses this system. The number of
heavy tools falling out of peoples bags/belts is now almost zero.
Everyone loves it. Once you've used it, it's a no brainer.