Darlac leather tool holster

£11.99
in stock - arrives before Christmas
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Buy Darlac leather tool holster: <ul><strong><li>Tough and durable</li><li>Clip and belt loop for hands-free use</li><li>Suitable for secateurs and similar </li></strong></ul><br>Keep both hands free for gardening with this handy tool holster.<br><br>Crafted from high-grade leather, stitched and riveted for strength, the holster will keep pruners, scissors and other small tools safe and within easy reach.<br><br>Thread it onto your belt or use the clip attached to secure it to your waistband or pocket. No more lost tools in amongst the greenery!

  • Tough and durable
  • Clip and belt loop for hands-free use
  • Suitable for secateurs and similar

Keep both hands free for gardening with this handy tool holster.

Crafted from high-grade leather, stitched and riveted for strength, the holster will keep pruners, scissors and other small tools safe and within easy reach.

Thread it onto your belt or use the clip attached to secure it to your waistband or pocket. No more lost tools in amongst the greenery!

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  • Next / named day £6.99
  • Click & collect FREE
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Very useful

5

I too bought this for my father. He thinks that it is marvellous. In fact, because it is such good quality and so useful, I have just purchased one for myself.

The Gnome

Cambridgeshire

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Excellent purchase

5

Ideal for making sure your secateurs are always on hand and also so you don't inadvertently leave them a flower bed!

Gardening gal

Warwickshire

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GREAT :)

5

I OFFERED THIS ITEM TO MY DAD FOR HIS BIRTHDAY. HE WAS THRILL AS THIS WORKS VERY WELL AS WELL AS BEING A NICE OBJECT

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WARWICK

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