Getting your phone clip to work with a duty belt
The "TacClip" is geared towards law enforcement, private security, and military personnel.
All too often, people within these professions wear a duty belt during their shift and most phone cases with belt clips will not work with a duty belt. While they can fit over the top of the duty belt, the phone case’s belt clip is typically forced into an open position, allowing the phone (and cradle) to easily come off of the duty belt.
This is where the TacClip comes into play. The TacClip slides onto your duty belt and allows a platform for attaching your phone’s cradle (belt clip). It can also be used with radios that have an attached belt clip.
Made from a carbon fiber infused Nylon, the TacClip is more robust than materials like ABS and HDPE (high-density polyethylene). It is as strong, if not stronger than glass infused Nylon yet it also offers a little more flex, helping to eliminate the risk of stress fractures. The TacClip also undergoes an annealing process after manufacturing in order to help eliminate any internal stress fractures.
The TacClip is designed to fit duty belts up to 2.25" wide (by 0.32" thick) and weighs in at just over an ounce. The small footprint (2.67" tall x 2.00" wide x 1.25" deep) also means that you don't have to sacrifice real estate on your belt in order to attach your phone or radio.
Tested with OtterBox and Lifeproof phone clips as well as Motorola, Kenwood, Icom and Baofeng radio clips.
The TacClip is backed by a 30 day, free of manufacturer defect warranty. If the TacClip fails due to a defect, contact us and we will arrange a replacement of the defective item. We do take our product’s build seriously and we inspect every TacClip to ensure that you are receiving a quality product that will endure daily operations.