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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry belt holder in use
belt holder in use
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry belt holder in use
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry belt holder in use
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry side view
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry closup
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Polished Bronze Steel
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Polished Bronze Steel
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Polished Gold Steel
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Polished Gold Steel
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Matte Bronze Steel
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Matte Bronze Steel
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belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Matte Gold Steel
belt-holder-38x4 3d printed Jewelry Matte Gold Steel
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About this Product

This belt holder has been designed for a (leather) belt to keep the open end in place. The belt holder is printed on demand in bronze infused stainless steel, bronze, or goldplated stainless steel. (see material options below)

This beltholder is designed to fit a belt with the following dimensions: 38mm (1.5 inch) x 4mm (0.16 inch) (8mm (0.32 inch) total thickness)

Shown here printed in Stainless Steel.

please contact me at gijs(at)studiogijs(dot)nl if you want this design in another dimension.

Dimensions

IN: 0.683 w x 1.746 d x 0.476 h
CM: 1.736 w x 4.436 d x 1.21 h
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Perhaps a small nub in the inside to fit in an extra hole to prevent sliding?
December 9, 2012, 1:07 am
Well, the fabric one looks ok on a fabric belt since you can use the same material. And yes, it has less tendency to slide. I think yours looks better on leather belts though.
November 25, 2010, 11:27 pm
Hi minimaker, thanks for your comments. My wife used to solve the issue with an elastic loop, I've seen people using paperclips to solve it. I like your idea to make it from fabric, this can be elegant as well. That's propably also easier then metal. Because of the weight, the metal one needs a tight fit, otherwise it will start moving on the belt.
November 25, 2010, 8:18 am
I like the design with the bird logo. Perhaps you should design more things with that they can be combined in a matching set of accessories. I've used a belt loop (made it from fabric) for years already. I also have an idea for a printed one but haven't gotten around to it yet.
November 24, 2010, 11:51 pm
Thanks berky93! If you want to order one in a different size, let me know and I can prepare it.
November 21, 2010, 10:03 pm
I have no use for this (my belt happens to fit so that the end is just past one of my pant loops always) and yet I still want it. It looks really great.
November 21, 2010, 6:05 am
 
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