ID: 62328 (Pouch-MSW-007-MC)
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With the increasing use of smartphones and tablets during both milsim events as well as real world LEO/Mil situations a need for an affordable yet modular pouch has arisen. The MilSim West Chest Desk is an answer to that - it is an affordable yet modular, lightweight and low profile flip down velcro panel allowing for any velcro backed device to be attached securely to the inside panel of the desk. Additionally, the face of the desk is covered in loop allowing for attaching of IFF and morale patches.
Existing options on the market are expensive ($300+) and are designed to be used with a single device, not multiple. With the current pace of technology this ends up tying the end user to a device rapidly approaching obsolence.
Taking up 4x columns and 4x rows of MOLLE/PALS webbing it fits perfectly on the chest of plate carriers and chest rigs. It will fit any smartphone up to the size of an iPhone 6 Plus, or a Galaxy Note. Smaller phones (such as the pictured Galaxy S6) work just as well.
Whether you are using your smartphone as a blue force tracker, communication device, or a tactical app such as Tactical NAV the MilSim West Chest Desk offers an affordable yet modular way to securely carry your device yet be able to rapidly access it.
- Ballistic nylon construction
- Includes 2x MALICE clips
- Takes up 4 rows of PALS/MOLLE webbing
- For use with most popular smartphones
- Requires sticky backed hook field for phone back (not included)
7" x 4" x .5"Color:
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