The ProHolster is the first electronics protective holster with a retracting tether to keep your valuable electronics secure and accessible when you need them most. The ProHolster is constructed with rugged 600 denier nylon for added durability. Using the included lanyard, attach your radio, gps or other electronics to the tough retractable cord made with DuPont™ Kevlar® fiber. If your gear doesn't have with an attachment point for the lanyard, we include an adhesive mounting plate. Once your ProHolster is secure to your belt or backpack, grab radio and the built-in tether retracts out, no more drops! With ProHolster Electronics Protective Holster your radio, gps, phone and electronics gear will be always handy and never lost.
Features and Benefits
- 36" Retractable aramid fiber cord with an 80 lb. minimum breaking strength
- Patent-pending hook and latch closure system allows one-handed access
- Constructed with rugged 600 denier nylon
- Back attaches easily to belts or backpacks
- Tether cord can stretch to accommodate up to 2.3” x 1.3” x 6"
- Protected by a 1-Year Limited Warranty and Lifetime Service Policy
- Retractor made in the USA with globally sourced materials, holster made in China
Customer ReviewsWrite a review
Having recently lost my expensive handheld hiking GPS due to a momentary lapse of judgement in securing it in the trunk of my car following a hike, I was determined to find a way to prevent this from happening again in the future. After a lot of online research, I landed on this retractable holster. I am using the Garmin GPSMap 66i, which is a 6.4" tall GPS. The unit itself is about 5.5" tall (not including the antenna). This Garmin unit has a perfect fit in the holster. Now, I have the pouch secured to the shoulder straps of my hiking pack, and the GPS unit securely tethered to the pouch itself. This will keep the unit safe from getting accidentally lost in the future while also making it easily accessible while out in the field. I'm very happy with this product!
Haven't had a chance to use it in the field yet, but it does everything I was hoping for.