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Tool Holder

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50 110 1PC 1 #2035 10387946 7.91 SGD
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Used in safety bands when assembling and disassembling the scaffold
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From Japan
On 2013-11-11 00:53:41
Sometimes, helping the dismantling of the scaffold is a certain frequency of use, so I tried purchasing thinking that the price is as cheap as possible. When using it, I use it through the belt of the safety belt, but as you can see from the photo of the product, you can not fix the metal fittings to the belt. Therefore, depending on your own movement and posture at the time of work, there is a person who seems troublesome because the tool insertion moves with Pakapaka. In my case, the direction in which the tool fly moves seemed comfortable to the contrary. When using both hands, I moved the tool pointer all the way to the waist, I moved it just before using the hammer and it was quite flexible to use. However, when placing a tool such as a hammer, it is absolutely safe to have taken measures to prevent falls such as safety codes. When I took the posture a little pretending from my carelessness, I dropped the hammer from the height of the 3rd floor. Fortunately, there was nobody below, so it was cool, but it was cold sweat.
This review is about item#10387937.

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