Milwaukee Electrician’s Tool Belt Review (48-22-8110)

Milwaukee 48-22-8110 Electricians Work Belt, 29 pockets: Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1iJs5bU

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Comments

Brett West says:

Hi Bill!Brett from Iowa.I really like the fact that this bag can stand on its own as well.It make working out of it a breeze.Plus it makes it easier to put back on after taking it off im sure.Milwaukee is sure coming out with some great products as of lately.Thanks for the video.I hope all is well.

phoon32 says:

my outside. pocket ripped. Lol

goranr2 says:

I bought this one after watching your videos. nice product

Randall Hamlin says:

Would a Dewalt 20v drill driver with a drill bit attached fit in the pouch ?

zahira hasna says:

damn… where i can buy this bag. waist tool bag?

Electrician Dallas Tx says:

Thanks for the ideas you have shared here.

Erick Bucio says:

Hey bill i was wondering if you have ever herd or used any occidental leather products? If you havent could you review it? I just became accepted into an IBEW electrical apprentice and wanted your opinion

Sparky Channel says:

This video reviews and demonstrates the Milwaukee 48-22-8110 Electricians Work Belt, 29 pockets: Amazon.com: http://amzn.to/1iJs5bU  It also shows one possible arrangement of electrical tools for the tool belt.

Robert Wilson says:

I just got this belt a few days ago, but so far, I like it. I’m still trying to figure out my tool configuration though.

David Alvarez says:

Just started an apprenticeship as an electrician. Needed a tool belt that would last. Bought this one online from home depot for $100. It’s great, I’m really happy with it.

Tani Shi says:

Nice video Señor thanks for sharing

Dwight Bennett says:

It’s a nice product line. If only my tape measure would not be so enthusiastic about jumping off of the clip!

Sean Carver says:

sparky has some of the b best diy videos on the tube. I’ve learned lots of valuable information from them. please keep up the good work.

Ignacio Palma says:

shame this dont come to ARG

LewisTheLeftie says:

whats better, tool belt or bag?

Ruben Rivera says:

great stuff guy good tools

Phillip Watts says:

Now that’s a nice tool belt!

Jose Rojas says:

where can i get the one key combo kit to test free for a solar contractor?

Rob Eckhart says:

Thanks Bill, much appreciate your video review & walk around. Exactly what I was needing to see before ordering the setup. Always hesitant until I can see interior pocket spaces, which you’d think Milwaukee would have a video or pics at least of the interior on the website….they do not.

Ernest Bowser says:

Far as carry your news and wire nuts it does not have the room

Electrician Dallas Tx says:

Thanks for the concepts you have shared here.

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