We use it with the impact of 18V hooked. It may be good other than. Previously I was using Makita's impact holder but I dropped a lot because the 18V battery is heavy so I bought a simple one here. I hook the battery part and it will not fall out of the way.
Makita's 10.8v impact driver did not have a hook hook, so I tried to buy it somehow. Since the hook part can be deformed firmly deformed appropriately, it got caught in the narrowed part of the grip part. However, since it inevitably touches the switch part, it is also that the drill was turning when noticing. If you are using a one-touch belt, you need to be careful as it will not pass through the belt.
It is good not to be misaligned as it is used through the belt, but when you just want to have impact only when you are unarmed you need to remove one by one. Well, I think that it is functionally good for those who are wearing a constant waist tool.