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Condor Rip-Away EMT Pouch Red
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- Tri-fold design. MOLLE webbing. Pull tabs & elastic securing loops. NTOA approved
- Multiple inner pockets and elastic loops for storage. Two D-rings shoulder strap attachment points
- Double zipper closure. Additional 2" webbing with pull-tab. 2" patch area across front of pouch
- Wide handle for carrying or rapid removal. Shoulder strap and medical kit not included
- Easy to spot red colour. Dimensions: 6"x8"x3.5" (15x20x9cm). Weight: 360g
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This practical and durable multi-purpose pocket features a double zipped main compartment with a fold out mesh zipped pocket. Front of the main compartment includes large pocket and 8 vertical elastic retention straps for extra security. Its back side goes with 2 extra inner pockets (one of them secured with a single nylon strap) and 3 horizontal retention straps. The pouch features removable panel on the back for attaching patches, with 2 horizontal MOLLE straps and 2 vertical nylon straps (with press studs). Also included on the panel are two D-rings shoulder strap attachment points. When connected to the panel the main compartment is additionally secured with a strap with a side-release plastic buckle. The straps itself keeps the pouch from falling off accidentally. This quality EMT pouch is perfect for carrying medical supplies or first aid kit, and is designed to be rip-away from the modular platform when needed, for easier access or even to transfer items to another medic.
Top customer reviews
I have several of these strategically placed around. Not really but I have one mounted in my truck, my wifes truck, and one on my Eberstock Backpack using molle/pals connections. When stocked, it's a bit on the bigger side, but it contains EVERYTHING we need for basic and extended medical. I've even combined this with Milspec Monkey's medical shear holder which makes this kit a great grab and go. Again, it's bit on the heavier side, but thats because it contains a rip-away rapid deployment panel that will allow you to detach the pouch without having to undo the molle/pals attachments.
I really love how the product is sectioned off.... meaning each portion can be used for something else. Also really nice are the gear loops on the inside. Take a bit of paracord and you can hang small things like Tick-Remedy tools, Nail Clippers, and Tweezers.
It really is a well thought out pouch, but not very light weight. If this is going to be mounted somewhere and you have a lot of medical gear, this is a good buy. Otherwise Blackhawk has a Compact medical pouch that may be better.
The big buckle on top--still not sure what it's for, as it's constantly in the way. You'd never use it to keep the pouch closed; you need the zipper for that (or gear would spill out). I _guess_ it could be used to attach something large-ish to the front, but I'm not sure what that could be.
The middle compartment seems to be more of a "catch all," with room to put loose items. However, when you open the pouch and the three compartments conveniently unfold, making them all accessible, any loose items in that middle compartment will spill all over.
Improvements (my wish list):
A cover to keep the middle compartment enclosed, even when the pouch is unfolded.
A built-in exam glove dispenser on the front. (it'd require an overlapping opening, adding cost, but I would have paid extra for this feature. As it is, I got a separate MOLLE exam glove dispenser and attached it to the front.)
The base is black and blends easily with my black pack. It was hard enough to weave into my mole webbing (5 rows) that I just leave the base on my EDC bag. The base is the loop portion of "hook and loop" so it doesn't collect random threads. When I am packing for adventure I just slap on the pouch and close the clip strap.
The quality of the bag is very good. The are tons of options for sorting and storing items of all sizes inside. And I think the size is perfect for hiking first aid. Anything smaller than this and your restricted to a box of bandaids. Anything bigger than this and you are declaring EMT to be your primary purpose.