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For anyone who has always wanted the Paul Kelly Bee Belt,
https://dancingbeeequipment.com/products/bee-belt?_pos=1&_sid=d77b0df80&_ss=r
Free shipping to US from Canada. With the exchange rate it was $88 US total with optional accessory piece as well. Free shipping ending today. Wanted one for ages. All proceeds to benefit their new research center.

PS- for anyone wanting to see the Bee Belt in action watch Devan Rawn videos on YouTube. His most frequent question is about the belt.
 

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Newer beek, serious question. What the utility of a belt that expensive?
I'm newer too (starting 3rd year). Organization has a calming influence on me. My inspections are methodical and planned. Since my hive tool seems to be the thing I reach for the most I really like the magnet attachment. How many times am I searching around for it... Here is a video from Devan about the belt.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kx5iTYH102k&t=215s
 

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Emma from the Dyce Lab for Honey Bee Studies also rocks a Paul Kelly Belt.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VxFwZQWchgM

It is handy to have a hive tool readily accessible while doing inspections, although you could really glue a large magnet to an old cell phone belt clip or something similar. With that said, I do own and use a Paul Kelly Bee Belt my wife bought me for a gift.
 
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