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Old 05-28-2009, 01:38 PM   #1
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Amazing deal on a Tool Belt, is it too good to be true?


I have been looking around for a new tool belt for summer and came across this belt.

http://www.protoolbelts.com/clearanc...ool+Belt+Combo

It was $75 dollars and was marked down to $45 and today it went down to $33. That is over 50% in savings, I was just curious if anyone had any experience with this company?

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I have been looking around for a new tool belt for summer and came across this belt.

http://www.protoolbelts.com/clearanc...ool+Belt+Combo

It was $75 dollars and was marked down to $45 and today it went down to $33. That is over 50% in savings, I was just curious if anyone had any experience with this company?

Thanks

My buddy has one of these that he swears by. I've been looking to pick one up for myself. Looks like a great deal, thanks!

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Old 05-28-2009, 02:45 PM   #3
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Smells like spam.

A word of caution about denying it. It doesn't go well for folks who are spamming or guerilla marketing and deny it and get caught, especially when the WhoIs results and the Utah mailing address from GoDaddy are in hand. (re: your Hello from Utah introduction post.)

And I could be wrong. But my hunch is telling me I'm not. I'd like to be wrong, because I feel myself getting jaded and cynical, and I don't like that feeling.

If you're selling or trying to create buzz, don't do it this way. Just be honest and add something to the conversations, or ask questions. Advertising should be done through Nathan's office.
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smells like something alright.... a great deal!! i'll rush right there and buy one!
....as soon as the genuine leather one i got for $5.00 at a yard sale wears out that is....in about 50 more years.....

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Yeah 2 people signing up promoting the same thing...please

My tool belt is 12+ years old & I didn't spend $33 on it

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Old 05-28-2009, 10:24 PM   #6
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What's so special about a $33 tool belt. Sorry; $75 tool belt now discounted to $33. Obviously not moving.

Doesn't look like it has any more features than my $5 belt I got a few months ago at HD. My HD also has some thick leather belts on clearance for $20 with similar features.

Why spend more, risk buying on-line, from a place you don't know, with an additional shipping charge for an item that you have not seen/handled. I have no problem buying anything on-line, but this just doesn't look like a good deal.

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