You'll be amazed at how much time you'll save when your radio is always in the same place. Motorola's versatile portfolio includes leather and nylon carry cases to protect your radio in tough places, while ensuring it's easy to find and use.
For Motorola's belt slips, they specify only polycarbonate plastic for optimal protection and performance. Motorola's belt clips are strong, robust and designed to "bend and flex" when dropped.
Add protection to your radio while you carry it in comfort. A variety of carrying accessories are available for comfort and convenience. The carrying cases are available in sizes designed to fit radios with a battery and permit audio to be heard clearly.
Carrying cases are available in sizes designed to fit your radio and battery and permit audio to be heard clearly. Belt loop and nylon cases feature "D" rings that allow the cases to be attached to a carrying strap. Swivel model cases secure to a belt loop and allow the case to swing freely from side to side. The swivel latch system also allows the radio and case to be removed from the belt loop by simply inverting the case and lifting it up and out of the belt loop.
Choose from a wide range of nylon cases, leather cases, straps, holsters and clips, all designed to keep your radio protected, yet still easy to access.
Motorola Original Universal Chest Pack protects the radio and provides the freedom from holding it during standby communication mode. Universal Chest Pack fits virtually any radio.
All the features of the original Universal Chest Pack (HLN6602A) plus break-a-way tabs that allow the entire pack to be pulled off with approximately 10 lbs. of pressure.
The RadioPAk is lightweight and comfortable. Worn around the waist, it keeps radios/phones at hand. It features a separate 6 x 8 inch zippered pouch for other on-the-job necessities. Adjustable woven nylon belt fits both men and women.
Portable Radio Hangers slide over and hangs from the vehicle door panel allowing convenient, easy mounting. Radio belt clip required.
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