September 23, 2010

Gear Keeper

gear_keeper.jpgHave you ever been in a mall and seen a mother who has one of those tether things for their kid? You know, where the kid is actually on a freakin' leash? He can stray around, but if he gets too far, momma gives a sturdy tug to get him back to home base. We think those things are completely insane but when you carry the same principal into the tool world, it's a bit different.

So substituting, 'kid' with 'tool' you have the Gear Keeper. It's a leash for your tools; one end clips on the belt, the other on the tool. The line is coiled like an old-school telephone cord so it doesn't hang and cause a trip hazard if you clip the tool to your belt.

Judging from their website, Gear Kepper seems intent on creating a tether for every imaginable object that man has ever carried since he days as a cave-dweller. Check out the selection here.

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Posted by Doug Mahoney at September 23, 2010 5:20 AM
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Looks silly, but paired with the new Paslode cordless roofing nailer it eases the premonition of seeing your new nailer busted up after sliding down 6/12+ roof without having a hose to save it.

Posted by: Eric Fick at September 23, 2010 8:28 AM
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