Diamondback tool belts are the heaviest-duty tool pouches and belts of their kind that I have come across.
A reader recently asked me to start updating our Ultimate Tool Gift Guide, and this was the first product I could think of. I have a test sample, and was really blown away with its quality. The materials are top-notch, the construction is top-notch, and there are loads of options, from pre-built systems to a “build your own” option.
Diamondback tool belts are modular, and customizable in such a way that I can’t see anyone’s needs or wants not being fulfillable.
Their products are priced at a premium, but the quality, and the choice of materials is top-notch. To give you an example, the belt latch is a Cobra quick release, which are mil-spec devices used in tactical gear and even rescue equipment such as body harnesses for rescue, rope access, or fall-arrest applications. The fabric is 1000D nylon.
The Diamondback tool belt product assortment looks pretty complete to me, and there are new products coming out even, with 2 new pouches set to be available starting next week (12/1/18).
USA-made quality tool belts like theirs don’t come cheap. The rig shown above is priced at $315. I know what you’re thinking – it costs how much? Well, how much does the average smartphone cost these days? These tool belts look and feel like they’ll last and last.
If you’re an infrequent tool belt user, you might want to look at something a lot more affordable. But if you’re a daily user, you know what you want in a tool belt, and you want something that will quite possibly outlast some of your tools? This might be your dream rig.
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Diamondback tool belts are backed by a lifetime guarantee.
Built without compromise from the most durable materials we could find and designed to withstand the rigors of daily jobsite use and abuse, our tool belts are regularly reported to last for 15 years or longer. Still, on the off-chance that something goes awry, we offer a lifetime warranty on materials guaranteed to be free from defects and workmanship in all of our products based on original purchase date.
I have a tool belt test sample (with suspenders), and a budget that can accommodate review requests for some of the other pouches or accessories. What kinds of questions do you guys have?