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Named after illustrious craftsman, Gary Katz, the GK1 is the perfect low-profile multi-use pouch. The main pocket is perfect for fasteners or glue bottle and is large enough to hold a 35' tape. Three internal tool slots, four bit index and webbing clip for tape or accessories make the GK1 an extremely versatile and essential accessory for any Diamondback Belt or Vest system. The GK1 attaches with a steel clip.

Attachment: The GK1 attaches with a steel clip.


Guarantee

  • 30 day risk free returns
  • Free return/exchange shipping in US
  • 5 year warranty
  • Consistent positive reviews from customers


 SPECIFICATIONS

Width (inches): 3

Depth (inches): 2.75

Height (inches): 6.75

Weight (pounds): 0.2

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
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Mark
Highly Recommend

The GK1 Pouch has been perfect for my needs. I use it to hold a 25 ft tape measure, 6 inch ruler, pencils and misc. drills bits. It is lightweight and well made.

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Jack
Nice little pouch

Great for small items. Glue bottle even holds my 35 foot tape.
Works great with vest or bare tote
Nice to grab and clip on my side when I got a small bit to get done

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Matthew Nava
All you need

If there was only one diamondback product I was allowed to recommend, this would be it. Luckily, that’s not the case so I do always tell people to check out the entire diamondback systems. However, when I’m not in need of all the tools I keep on my 701 vest, this pouch holds all the basic layout tools I still want to keep on me. As a trim carpenter I don’t feel like myself without a tape measure and mechanical pencil on my person and the GK1 happens to have space for a handful of other essentials as well.

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Matthew Hamlin
Great Product

Just received this pouch. But I can tell the quality is there. Looking forward to using it.

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Lane Lebengood
Gk1

There is a spot for everything, I use those mostly as a spot for a tape measure but it works for all kinds of things as well. Sometimes snacks find their way into my setup because afterall, a tape can go nearly anywhere