The RDP Radio Pouch has adjustable side and bottom hook & loop straps to fit a wide range of radio sizes. An adjustable top bungee retention with durable buckle keeps the radio secure. It comes with one (1) matching TacTie PJC3 Polymer Joining Clip for modular attachment to any MOLLE-compatible surface such as ATLAS or PALS.
Bought this pouch in June 2017. Worked great - was exactly what I wanted/needed for my iPhone. But then early this summer, the plastic buckle on the small retention strap broke. It was still somewhat functional but I went ahead and called Maxpediton customer service. I figured that they would simply send me a replacement strap with attached buckle. Was surprised to learn that they wanted me to send the retention strap to them and they would sew on a new buckle.
The quality is great and it fits my Yaesu FT2DR (Just barely) once adjusted to a smaller size. I ordered the tan because there wasn't a ranger green option, but it is a very close match (Not perfect, but close enough) to my ranger green Esstac Daeodon plate carrier, so that's a plus. The supplied molle clip is sturdy enough for light duty use and I think it would hold up just fine, but with a $400 radio, I think I'm going to upgrade the clip to a Blade-tech Molle-Lok for a little additional peace of mind.
Picked this up in the hope that it would fit a Garmin inReach... works great!
Better design than the original. Good adjustability for larger radios. The elastic top is a good change from the solid webbing strap of old. Bought one for the belt and one for the pack. I like it.
I think the quality is great but what you call tan is more like light green or Earth green. Had to send it back because I need tan to match my tan body armor
Using for small Ham radio. It's difficult to adjust and I don't like the bottom adjustment but it does work.
Just what I wanted at a great price!
Me agrada mucho en el puedo guardar hasta mi teléfono y ajustar el tamaño para cualquier equipo de comunicación más aparte el sistema moll para poner en cualquier mochila o en el cinturón