Configuration: Niko (Right), Eagle (Left), Hammer Holster, 4″ Diamondback® Belt
Great For: Electricians
6 pockets, 19 slots, 4 loops
For years we’ve been asked about an Electrician tool belt system that you could grab and go. But we didn’t want to design a rig for Sparkies until we thought we could get it just right. We now feel like we’ve finally gotten there. Introducing The Spark. The Spark comes from months of intensive research from our customers. The Niko has a 4 slot bit index, a driver clip webbing strip, electrical tape strap, and is flatbar/hammer holster compatible. The Eagle Pouch on the non-dominant side has the storage capacity and organization for auxiliary tools, fasteners and ties.
- 4 slot bit index
- driver clip webbing strip
- electrical tape strap
- flatbar compatible.
Tool Belt Sizing
DO NOT USE YOUR PANTS SIZE. Use a tape measure to measure around your torso at the belly button. See how in the video below.
- Small (S) 31-34 inch
- Medium (M) 35-38 inch
- Large (L) 39-42 inch
- Extra Large (XL) 43-46 inch
The Spark FAQ
Can I order an Extra Small or XXXL?
Yes. Just order your own belt, pouches, and holsters separately. When picking out a belt, choose which size you need, Extra Small or XXXL.
I want to add or subtract a pouch, holster, or accessory to the Spark. Can I do that?
Absolutely! We encourage everyone working any trade to build out a tool belt system unique to their personal work style. Pick out your own belt, pouches, holsters, and accessories separately. Assemble them once your order is delivered.
See our video on how to build your own tool belt system.
If you have any questions about building your own tool belt, feel free to send us an email at email@example.com, give us a call, or use the form below.
Do I need a belt size larger for extra layers during winter?
No. Measure around your belly button as instructed. We've already taken extra layers of clothes into account for you.
Is the Spark as strong as a leather tool belt?
All Diamondback products are made with 1000 Denier(a measure of thickness) Nylon. 1000D Nylon has an abrasion resistance(the ability to resist wear) and tear strength greater than leather. Watch us stress test Leather and 1000 D Nylon. Or just see the chart below.
*source High Performance Textiles and Their Applications
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1000D nylon is so strong that it:
- Was used in tires in World War II
- Replaced leather in light combat boots for the US Army in the 1990s
- Is used in high performance mountain climbing gear
Is there any discount for buying a pre-made tool belt system vs. buying the individual components?
It's the same cost to build your own system as it is to buy a pre-made system.