August 2, 2007

Prazi Monster Hook Multi-Tool Holder

monster_hook.jpgThe Monster Hook is a versatile little tool holder that easily clips on to your belt. Because of its universal design, it is able to hold any number of tools from nail guns to cordless drills. Just yesterday, we were doing some ladder work that not only involved using multiple tools, but we also had to constantly change the position of the ladder so there was no way to set up any kind of permanent shelf. There's no question that without our tool holder, the job would have taken twice as long. By providing a place to stash our drill, it kept us up on the ladder working, rather than stressing out about a precariously perched death drill, wedged between the ladder and the house.

We especially like that the Monster Hook is so light and small, so unlike other tool holsters, you don't even know that you're wearing this one. It also really grabs on to the tool, so there's no concern about your nail gun becoming dislodged or slipping out. The Monster Hook swivels around, so it's good for both lefties and righties.

You can get a Monster Hook for about $6, which is a very small price to pay for such a handy item.


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Posted by Doug Mahoney at August 2, 2007 5:45 AM
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