TOUGHBUILT TOU-CT-35-L Pliers Pouch for your hand held blade

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TOUGHBUILT TOU-CT-35-L Pliers Pouch for your hand held blade

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Recently I bought myself an Evolution Extreme Digging Blade .So what,I hear you say ?
Well, you're then faced with what to use to act as a sheath for it. I searched for ages for something suitable. Any old sheath wasn`t going to do. The blade is slightly a "V" shape for starters and its around 60mm wide . Custom leather workers wanted silly prices for putting one together and traditional knife sheaths were too thin to accept the wide blade.The Detector outlets sell a pitiful suede type leather one that looks like it would fall apart within a couple of months and then, at last, I found a suitable candidate.>>>>>>>>>> The TOUGHBUILT TOU-CT-35-L Pliers Pouch. fits all the requirements.If you do order one from anywhere ,be sure to make sure its the Large one (L) as they do a small (S)one too .
I havn`t got around to using it as yet, but I can`t see any problems ahead. Cheapest I found was the Big " A " company at £17 .10 with free postage .
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Yes, It certainly looks to be up-to the job ::g ss47
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You will not be disappointed, I have been using the same one for a couple of years only mine has a flap at the bottom you can open to let the dirt fall out. A tough bit of kit that complements the Evo blade perfectly in every way.

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I have been using one with my Evolution trowel for several months. Its well up to the job. A good piece of kit ::g
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Post by Pete E »

The only thing I would add to that is a loop of 1" knicker elastic at the top to loop over the handle.

I tried using a velcro strap, but the mud and rubbish soon ruined it, but the elastic loop works a treat...
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https://www.powertoolsdirect.com/toughb ... ouch-large

£14.77 if you go for standard shipping (2/3 days)

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ricasso wrote:
Tue Feb 11, 2020 2:09 pm
https://www.powertoolsdirect.com/toughb ... ouch-large

£14.77 if you go for standard shipping (2/3 days)
Oh yes indeedy ! My heart sings hearing that ,after me paying £17.10 thinking I`d bagged a bargain . :-L Now please excuse me while I just go and slit my wrists :E :E
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