Milwaukee 48-22-8120 General Contractor Rig

Sale price$ 124.00 Regular price$ 215.50
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• Padded and Breathable Suspendion Rig

• 24 Pockets for organizing tools
• 1680D Nylon Construction
• Riveted Seams
• All Metal Hardware
• Integrated Carry Handles
• Puncture Resistant Pocket
• Padded Work Belt - Fits 30" to 53" waists
• Smart Phone Pocket

• Warranty: Limited Lifetime

Milwaukee Work Gear is Nothing But Heavy Duty. Designed with the professional tradesmen in mind and Built with 1680Denier Nylon, Riveted Seams, and All Metal Hardware, Milwaukee work gear is up to 5X More Durable than competitive products and provides users with unmatched Durability, Comfort and Organization. The Contractor Work Belt w/ Suspension Rig provides users with 24 organizational pockets and incorporates handles that allow the belt to be easily removed, stored, and transported. A plastic lined puncture-resistant pocket allows users to store sharp objects, such as jab saws, without worry of damaging their bags and the included work belt is padded and breathable for all day comfort. The included suspenders feature a universal smart phone pocket and provide users with unmatched comfort while on the jobsite. This (more...)

Customer Reviews

Based on 7 reviews
tool belt review

I appreciate the reviews. I've been thinking about buying one of these. After reading the reviews with the stitching and velcro issues. I'm not sure that I will now. I don't need things that are going to fall apart.

Rob Robinson
Tool belt

They suck velcro don't stay hooked an the red tool company does not wa t to make it right

Kenneth Harting
Could be better

The tool pouch on the right side velcro is weak every time I take my tool belt off it unsticks off the velcro also better range of adjustments for better fitment

I happen to really like this tool belt...

The pouches are comfortable the suspenders are great... I love the whole pouch... but when I purchased the tool belt from Amazon and tried to exchange it because the stitching broke loose after only 2 months of use... they said it was wear and tear... and it wasnt.. it was a defective pouch... .. because the stitching on the left side pouch just broke all at once.. and when it did my tape measure and chalking both fell to the ground.. they didn't break but let's be honest with the defective and wear and tear part.. anyways I enjoy milwaukee tools and accessories and I continue to buy them.. I just stitched the pouch up the best I could and still run with it..

Steven f
On the fence

I like this belt a lot but the Velcro on the pouches doesn’t hold well and when I take the belt off the pouches pop off the belt every time.

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