November 28, 2018
Basket Bike On The Front Grid With Embossed On The Lamp
The front basket is permanently attached from steel mesh. Mounted to the steering wheel with an additional stand. It has a cutter and a handle to mount the lamp. Mounting to the steering wheel can be mounted on a height between 14 and 18cm counting from the bottom of the basket.
Dimensions at the bottom-26x18cm
RIGID TQ Case for Generation 7 C-A-T Tourniquet, Belt (Tek-Lok) Attachment. Fits Generation 7 and Previous Versions of the CAT Tourniquet (Tourniquet Not Included)
- It can be worn on your duty belt, MOLLE/PALS compatible vest, or in the accessory position on your Safariland drop leg holster.
- The RIGID TQ Case holds your tourniquet securely in place utilizing friction, so there’s no straps, buckles or flaps to deal with.
- It offers true one-handed gross motor skills deployment of the tourniquet even when your hands are bloody or wet.
- Just grab the exposed portion of the tourniquet and with a swift pull, it releases.
- Massive bleeding in an extremity can often be stopped using a tourniquet, but seconds can be the difference between life and death.
- Having your tourniquet in a RIGID TQ Case will ensure that you can access and deploy your tourniquet in seconds, and it will always be on your person.
- The injection molded RIGID TQ Case offers numerous mounting options and ride adjustment.
- It’s compatible with Blade-Tech, Safariland, Tactical Tailor and Raven Concealment Systems mounting solutions.
- Many of the mounting solutions can be mounted in the vertical or horizontal positions.
- I use this in my current job as a trainer/Firearms instructor.
- The material seems durable and thus far construction has held up against several mountable choices (on my belt loop, on my “go-bag” on my PPE (kit) and numerous bumps and dings.
- Very lightweight and holds my CAT tourniquet snugly with enough retention that I do not have to worry about it falling out; right side up, upside down, sideways, it stays in place and keeps the tourniquet right where it needs to be.
- It’s compatible with MOLLE webbing and the color is authorized with current uniform standards; at least on my job site and with current employer.
- It easily detaches when I need to move it from one configuration to another.
- It fits nicely on my duty belt, doesn’t take much horizontal space up, but can poke/prod I’d imagine.
- I’ve got a pretty trim waist and don’t even notice it riding on my 4:00 behind my gun.
- If you’re a larger person it may rub into a love handle, so keep that in mind.
- The teklok is nice because I can swap it off my duty belt and onto another if I’m hiking, going to the range, etc.
- The TQ itself is held very snug in the case and I don’t think it would work itself out easily.
- I can imagine that depending where you place it on your belt that it very possibly could, but with proper placement it won’t come out on it’s own very easy.
- Even though it is held firmly in place it is still very easy to deploy when needed.
- As a current LEO and former EMT I’d highly recommend this.
- It is a good mix of convenience, durability, and versatility.
- That being said, I think that the tek-lok attachment is fairly useless.
- For comparison, it’s the full size of a HT1250 Motorola radio (including the protruding tourniquet).
- The holder/holster rides high on the hip too, so it will dig into your side.
- If you have an extra SERPA holster belt loop attachment/platform, you can secure the tourniquet holder/holster so that it remedies all of the problems that I’ve had with it aside from the size of the of the holder/holster.
- If you’re a skinny guy, I’m confident in saying that you’re going to run out of room on your duty belt.
- Hefty price tag too, but I still do think that it is worth it overall.
- It also holds true that getting a tourniquet in is a bit harder that anticipated.
- It’s definitely not falling out which I can appreciate but after a couple of practice pulls, it’s a slight fight to get it out.
- I just wish the price was reasonable as there isn’t any automatic locking system or release to justify the price point.
- Just needed to remove the two filler bars to snap it in.
- Chances are that you will not need it, but if there ever came the time you did, then it is not something you want to have stored away in your patrol vehicle, especially in this day and age.
- Everyone talks about active shooter situations and go-bags,but if the situation calls for a tourniquet and all you have at your disposal is what is on your belt, then this is perfect.
- Probably once or twice a shift I have to shove the tourniquet back down because it starts popping out about an inch from the case.
- It may be because I also wear it on the back of my duty belt and it possibly gets snagged every time I get in and out of the car.
- It needs to have a taller case back to protect uniform shirts from the velcro.
- I wore this for less than a week and had rubbed an area of “pilled” nylon on my new Blauer uniform shirt.
- The holster works but after all this time it needs updating to better protect the uniforms.
- I bought this under the assumption I was getting BOTH the case and the tourniquet, when in fact it’s just the case.
- It’s not cheap material at all and seems to be something that would last a long time.
- With this product, you’re definitely getting your money’s worth.
- Secondly, I tried fitting this on my belt and at first it didn’t.
- There’s little adaptable bars you have to remove which will fit to your belt perfectly.
- I’m a police explorer and in my post we carry these, so now I have to purchase a tourniquet but nothing to complain about.
- Just thought I would give my input and I hope this helps!!
- I take it on and off every day and nothing even shows signs of wearing down.
- It keeps the tourniquet in place on your belt with easy access but won’t let the tourniquet fall out.
- Plenty of my brothers and sisters wear one as well and it does it’s job.
- Holds that TQ very secure and looks great on your Sam or Sally Brown.
- The duty belt that I use is a Bianchi with Velcro lining the interior of the belt.
Smoke Hollow TC3718SB Gas-Charcoal-Smoker Combination Grill with Side Burner
- Get both with this combination grill from Smoke Hollow.
- Enjoy all kinds of barbecue-style cooking with the 3-burner gas grill, charcoal grill, side burner and side smoker.
- Perfect for large backyard gatherings or just for family dinners, this convenient grill fires up authentic barbecue taste.
- There was a Customer Service number very prominently packed in case a part was missing/damaged or for questions.
- I thought that was a very nice service orientated touch.
- The assembly instructions were very well written and easy to follow.
- It’s clear that a lot of thought went into making the assembly processes very user friendly.
- The grill looks great and after one run we could not be happier with it.
- Not stainless, so spray ‘er down with some veggy or coconut oil to season her well.
- My wife bought this grill for me three years ago and I use it almost daily.
- The smoker works great, the gas grill works great and if you want to cook steaks, the left side burner is a searer and the right side addition is great for grilling as well as smoking.
- My only complaint is that the diffusers in the gas grill are thin and mine have rusted and burned away.
- I will order new ones, but they should, ideally, be made of cast iron instead of steel.
- Chargrill is a much better product for the money, stay away from this brand.
- I ended up going to lowes and getting a chargrill for a lower price.