Not every task around the house needs a full contractor's or carpenter's rig or dozens of tool pockets like an electrician's bag, sometimes you just need a small pouch to hold the tools you need to fix that broken fence board or install a new fixture that's been hanging out on your to-do list. For times and jobs like that there's the PROLOCK PLP015 (92710) 11-Compartment DIY Utility Pouch. Constructed of heavy-duty 1200 denier polyester fabric with rivet reinforced stress points and double stitched bindings this pouch is designed to clip onto any PROLOCK quick-release clip wherever it is mounted. These clips have a spring loaded closure that keeps them clasped securely onto any work belt or MOLLE strap and also have holes to mount or hang them from a wall or work bench. Featuring a large main storage pocket ideal for storing nails, screws, bolts, and other supplies with 5 interior and 2 exterior tool loops for screwdrivers and pliers, along with 3 additional stitched pockets on the pouch's side. A nickel-plated steel hammer loop and tape measure clip provide easy and secure storage for those often used tools. A PVC reinforcement along the outside bottom of the pouch is water resistant and protects against abrasive wear. Includes one steel PROLOCK quick-release mounting clip.
- DURABLE CONSTRUCTION - Made with 1200 denier polyester fabric with rivet reinforced stress points
- MULTIPLE STORAGE OPTIONS - One large main pocket ideal for nails, screws, and other fasteners and supplies, 5 interior and 2 exterior tool loops, and 3 exterior tool pockets
- TAPE MEASURE CLIP - A rivet-secured nickel-plated steel tape measure clip provides quick access and secure storage
- PROLOCK CLIP COMPATIBLE - Easily clip to and remove from any PROLOCK quick-release clip in addition to the included clip
- STEEL HAMMER LOOP - A nickel-plated steel hammer loop is rivet-secured to the side of the pouch and fits most styles of hammers
- PVC BOTTOM - PVC reinforcing along bottom of the exterior is water resistant and provides additional protection