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Maxpedition CP-L Phone / Radio Pouch
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Maxpedition’s CP-L Phone / Radio Pouch holds most large radios, satellite phones, and GPS devices. This holster can also be attached to your Maxpedition backpack or be carried on the belt upright or sideways and has length and diameter adjustments for a perfect size fit.
Product Features Internal seams taped and finished Stress points double stitched, Bartacked or "Box-and-X" stitched for added strength Min: 4.5 in x 2.5 in x 1 in Max: 8 in x 3.5 in x 1.5 in Belt: 2.5 in Vertical or 2 in Horizontal NTOA member tested and recommended. Product Materials
1000-Denier water and abrasion resistant light-weight ballistic nylon fabric Teflon fabric protector for grime resistance and easy maintenance UTX-Duraflex nylon buckles for low sound closures Triple polyurethane coated for water resistance High tensile strength nylon webbing High tensile strength composite nylon thread (stronger than ordinary industry standard nylon thread)
Reviews: Maxpedition CP-L Phone / Radio Pouch
Reviewed by 6 customers
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CP-L Radio Holder
Reviewer: DMS | Miami, FL
I bought this product to hold a large smartphone that itself is encased in an oversized case made by Ballistic. The phone fits fine due to the adjustability of the holder. It is also held securely. The only negatives are the holder's bulk and the somewhat odd two-strap molle system on the rear. It uses velcro on the bottom instead of snaps or clips. The two straps also double as a belt attachment. The velcro attachments have not come loose, but at the same time would not hold up to any significant force. Thus, attaching the holder to a molle vest, pack, or anything similar may not be the best idea.
Cell phone holder
Reviewer: Pensfanga | Gainseville, GA
I was looking for a holder for my cell phone, an HTC Rezound in an Otter Box, and couldn't find anything duty gear friendly. The Otter Box clip is nice, but it's not long enough to attach securely to my belt. This "radio" is great. If you have a small cell phone this probably won't work, but for larger smart phones, especially in some kind of case, this is perfect.
Life can be hard on gear, especially on those everyday packs and bags. Understanding how taxing the daily grind can be on kit bags, Maxpedition utilizes only the highest performing materials. Its story begins in a small workshop in 1988, where experts were dedicated to creating hard-use, military-specification nylon gear. It wasn't long before this commitment to producing durable bags was well-known throughout the world. Despite Maxpedition's international and domestic success, it continues to develop even more user-friendly designs and only uses quality materials and meticulous craftsmanship. Adhering to its philosophy of constant self-improvement, Maxpedition gear can withstand the rigors of the outdoors, the office, the gym or even that next mission in the field.