USA -(Ammoland.com)- Every hunter knows the right gear is imperative. And, every hunter knows that gear doesn’t usually come cheap.
This season protect that investment and keep it accessible with Gear Keeper retractable tether and holster products.
Gear Keeper will ensure everything from your dog transmitter and tracker to your GPS and cell phone are stashed safely and securely on your person.
Each and every Gear Keeper product for hunters is designed to be grabbed, used and let go, giving you the peace of mind it will retract back into place ready for you the next time you need it.
On the top of our list of “must haves” for hunters include the Deluxe Combo Mount/Gear Tether (RT4-5272), which is ideal for rangefinders, larger GPS units and Dog Transmitters and Trackers.
The flexible system is customizable and includes a multitude of mounting options and attachment accessories. Use the Snap Clip Mount to attach to a D-ring or belt loop; the Threaded Stud Mount penetrates fabric or webbing, and screws into the back of the retractor; or the Velcro Strap Mount to securely wrap and cinch around any loop, belt or strap.
The one-size-fits-all product extends to 32 inches and has a 9-ounce retention force.
For smaller hunting gear such as a compass, flashlight or handheld radio, reach for any of the company’s series of Small Gear Retractor/Tethers which offer four different mounting options and a wide variety of force options and extension lengths for whatever you need to secure.
Chose from a Snap Clip Mount, Threaded Stud Mount, Velcro Mount or the company’s new Aluminum Carabiner Mount, which has been custom created by the development team and is integrated into the mount.
All have been designed to allow the hunter to keep items as close to the body as possible when stored reducing gear rattling around and making for the most silent movement possible.
Retractable holsters for rangefinders, and other smaller gear incorporate the security and convenience of a retractor with the protection and control of a pouch. The compact and integrated system is clean, quiet and secure.
Each holster is padded keeping items safe while also minimizing movement and mechanical noise. Ideal for bow hunters, the rangefinder holster means you can range your target, let it go, and take your shot knowing the rangefinder will retract back into place.
Small and medium size holsters allow you to store gear such as dog training transmitters, GPS units and radios with ease.
This no-dangle solution allows hunters to hike while gear is kept quiet, and protected from bumps and other damage.
All retractable holsters are available in a range of extension lengths and force options to fit your specific needs.
Gear Keeper features a high tensile Spectra/Nylon and a 60-pound break strength making it durable and strong. Each also incorporates the company’s patented flushing system that clears sand and debris from the unit and is salt-water proof.
Stainless steel spring hardware within a high-impact casing means the devices can take repeated knocks. A patented Q/C Connector System provides for quick and easy connection/disconnection of gear.
The original Gear Keeper system was engineered specifically for SCUBA diving literally born out of a need to secure items in situations when hands are otherwise occupied.
Gear Keeper systems are now available in more than 3,000 configuration options and used in applications from hunting, fishing and hiking to law enforcement, military and trucking.
About Gear Keeper:
Gear Keeper retractable tether systems are high-end, precision-made tools for people who work – or play – hard. That’s why Gear Keeper is the choice of the U.S. military, law enforcement, fire & rescue personnel, truckers, industrial personnel, scuba divers, hunters, fishermen and outdoor enthusiasts everywhere. Wherever people need to keep important items safe, secure and close at hand, you’ll find Gear Keeper products at work.
For more information, please visit www.GearKeeper.com.
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