Safety. Even when NOT cutting
What do you do with your cutting tool when not using it? Do you put it in your pocket where you might accidentally release the blade and cut your leg? Do you leave it on your workbench where it may fall and break? Or maybe a work colleague "borrows" it and it is never seen again!
The perfect solution to keeping safe and never losing your safety knife is the range of MARTOR BELT HOLSTERS.
Available in small, medium and large, the belt holsters hold a wide range of MARTOR knives and scissors while also providing extra space for various other work utensils such as pens, tools or replacement blades.
Safety when cutting – and transporting
With its safety knives and safety scissors, MARTOR has always set standards in the field of occupational health and safety. Since the safety aspect doesn't stop with the cutting but is also part of storage and transportation, MARTOR has expanded its product range to include three BELT HOLSTERS.
Solid and flexible at the same time
All three space-saving holsters are tailored precisely to the contents they are intended to hold. This means they are solid enough to hold the cutting tools safely at all times and yet flexible enough to constantly re-adapt to new shapes. The belt holsters are made of durable, washable nylon held together by double stitching. They can be attached to the belt or fixed to any other point on clothing by a clip or Velcro. Their stability and the absence of pollutants has been confirmed by the Research and Testing Institute in Remscheid, Germany.
The major advantage of our belt holster range is the numerous possible combinations. For example, the BELT HOLSTER L (215 mm long, 68 mm wide, 40 mm deep) has a spacious inside pocket with subdivisions, an outer pocket and two additional slots on the right and the left which the user can equip as required. This holster is suitable for example for the particularly large premium squeeze-grip knife SECUPRO 625 in the inside pocket, a blade magazine in the outer pocket and a pen and MARTOR scissors in the two outer slots. Alternatively, several smaller to medium sized knives and potentially other items could be stowed in the inside and outside pockets.
Remember, for safety all users should use a holster to transport their cutting tools safely from A to B and always have them close to hand when they are needed.