Most people like to have their tools stored in a box or in their cars, just because they don’t know that there are a few alternatives. If you think that wearing a tool belt wherever you go out sounds a bit crazy, then try to have your own belt act as a tool.
We have found some interesting designs, most of them are available on the market and you can even find a few online. Check them out and you’ll never want a normal belt ever again!
Your belt buckle turns into a tool in a few simple steps. The buckle is detachable and can be clipped on anything else that has a strap. It’s made from stainless steel, has 12 tools incorporated and also a small blade.
This survival belt lets you wear a multi tool without carrying extra items in your pocket. It includes a bottle opener, a fire starter, a flashlight and a small titanium coated stainless steel blade. The belt is resistant to water, frost, sun and abrasion.
This utility belt is made out of steel and leather and rocks two screwdrivers and three wrenches in different sizes. In the buckle’s rim, you can see a bottle opener too.
The Bison Design Kool Tool Belt not only keeps your pants up but also features some nice tools incorporated in the metal part. It can strip wires, has a few screwdrivers, rulers for measuring and a bottle opener.
A multi tool item doesn’t necessarily consist of tools. It can incorporate useful objects such as credit cards or cash. You can discreetly slide off a credit card without removing your belt in public!
If you’re trying to wrestle with a stubborn fish and want to find another way to hold your fishing rod steady, we found a solution. No more tucking the fishing rod under your arm or jamming it into your stomach! Get a compact fishing buckle to offer you support and leverage while also giving you enough motion and control.
If you liked the James Bond movies, then you’re in for a treat! Get a belt buckle which has a high-tech camera inside. You can fit a micro SD card inside, and it also has a USB port, all hidden under the bottom side of the buckle.
This belt hides a knife inside the buckle. It’s a stainless steel half serrated black blade great for survival purposes. The belt is made from an adjustable strong nylon.
If you like the idea of being under cover or you just want to always be prepared for the worst, we found a perfect Escape/Travel belt. It can conceal and hold a non-metallic handcuff key and a ceramic razor blade. It’s full of compartments so you can add more items such as para-cord, cash and others.
The ultimate tactical belt should look like this: it has a very strong cobra buckle and the whole belt features detachable multi tools such as the pocket shiv which can be seen on the left of the photo.
This is an Escape & Evasion Gun Belt that can hold an officer’s gun and also hide survival gear while looking simple and without being bulky. It has zipper storage pockets on the inside and can hold keys, flints, lock picks and razor blades.
A multi function belt like this one can be used as a hex wrench, a cutting knife, flint-stone, screwdriver and ruler. It does look awesome considering it has such a simple and compact design.
The Wildwood Losminskih brothers have created some belts that hold tools, and they even have a LED flashlight, tweezers, a shrill whistle and a toothpick.
The second type of belt created by the Wildwood workshop features a removable Victorinox SwissCard and it contains tools to help you survive the urban jungle. It has a sharp penknife, tweezers, small scissors, screwdriver, steel pin, toothpick, ruler (inches and cm) and a ballpoint pen.
The third type of buckle created by Wildwood workshop features a small USB that can be easily detached and hidden inside the buckle.
The Gerber GDC belt tool turns your belt into a utility gear. The tool is easily removable with a pull of your finger and you can use it for opening bottles, cans or tightening screws.
This belt won’t let your pants drop, but some jaws will drop after you’ll use it to fix stuff or to open bottles.
If you want to fix things on the go, get a multi tool that won’t put any weight inside your pockets. This one secures your pants and is detachable too. It has three screwdrivers, two box wrenches, an edge file and a hex bit.
If you think having a flask equals carrying a tool, then search no more! This buckle will keep inside a nip of booze and even if you won’t use it for that purpose, it will draw a lot of attention.
A Crosstac D-Belt is a tactical gear with a Cobra Buckle that also features hidden storage space inside which can hold some cash. It also comes with a Boker Credit Card Knife as a discreet survival item.