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CLC Pocket Cell Phone & Tool Holder

CLC Pocket Cell Phone & Tool Holder

Description

The CLC Pocket Cell Phone & Tool Holder securely holds small tools such as pliers and mini-flashlights.

Features

  • Made of durable polyester fabric
  • Holds most brands of compact cell phones
  • Versatile 3-way attachment for pants, web suspenders or work aprons
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$14.95
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$11.52
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This 5-pocket tool and cell phone holder includes a small flashlight sleeve, a hook for your key ring, a hook-and-loop flap closure, and versatile 3-way attachment to your belt, suspenders, pants, etc.

Features:

  • Made of durable polyester fabric
  • Holds most brands of compact cell phones
  • Securely holds small tools and accessories like pliers, mini-flashlights, screwdrivers, multi-tools, etc
  • Versatile 3-way attachment for pants, web suspenders, work aprons, etc
  • Large back pocket dimensions (approx.): 6"H x 2+"W x 1"D
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    CLC Pocket Cell Phone & Tool Holder 1105 Pocket cell phone and tool holder
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