Clipping inside our M. O. D. (TM), Ditch(TM), and Defense Courier(TM) bags, this rigid divider greatly expands the bags' internal organization/modular capabilities (double-side mole/loop). Its 4 grommets can serve your custom anchoring solutions in various applications like on car seat-backs, in/on backpacks, etc.
Fits perfectly in my Duluth Pack messenger bag edc. The velcro side allows my work portfolio to slide in and out easily while the molle side conceals my G17, knife, and extra mags. Sturdy and very well made.
I bought this to use as a knife holder in my safe. It works perfectly for holding my pocket knives and was super easy to mount on my safe door. I don't have any molle holsters or bags so I can't compare it to anything else. It seems well made and it looks good. I carry at least one pocket knife everyday so it is goijng to see a lot of use. If it doesn't hold up I will certainly update my review.
Best one on the market in terms of durability, quality of the product, and the stiffness of the board. Set up with horizontal molle. great for a larger size bag, not ideal for a backpack because of the horizontal configuration. This one is far better quality compared to the 5.11. The 5.11 is oriented vertically and works well in my back pack connecting it with the hydration loop at the top of the bag. The Hazard would be my "go-to" for all bags if they made it with a vertical orientation.
Wanted this for my Sidewinder bag, and I expected this but what a waste of space in the box lol. It'll be bad to forward this thing. I read cases where the ring carabiner is sometimes missing but thankfully mine is intact. (I suspect people return the DIV but keep the rings. What did you expect?) Molle rows are strong and tight. The velcro side isn't thick so it won't be like pulling hair. It does add a little weight and take up some space when you load it with pouches but that should be expected. Overall it does what I need it to do. I can always hang it on my wall like that other guy here lol.
I put this panel on the headboard of my Jeep. It's right above the shifter, which is right in front of the center console. I always had too much stuff in my cupholders and change-holders - pens, knife, lighter… so I got 6 short screws and screwed this thing into the headboard up near my sunglasses holder. Now I've got everything out of my cupholder and securely held within reach and out of the way above my head.
i have two. Very sturdy. Firm board inside to keep the panel rigid. I bolted it to the back doors of my pickup truck to hold velcro tear away trauma kit, water bottles, and shovel. i used stainless steel 1/4-20 stove bolts, nuts, and fender washers to distribute the load on the thin plastic door panel. holding up nicely after one year.
Sweet insert. I've been searching the web for a panel like this. A lot of bag manufactures have hook and loop inside so you can add accessories. But what if you have a favorite bag and want to add a mag holder or holster? You use this insert and you can. I used the hook and loop on the back side to add a holster to it so I could put in most backpacks I have. It stiffen up my pack and allowed me to carry my accessories.
I haven’t used the molle side. But the velcro hooks work just fine. I use it in my Sidewinder shoulder bag. It comes with cheap plastic rings, not carabiners. They do the job. The divider successfully divides the cavernous main compartment. Not sre how to use molle hooks inside a pack.
Came very bent and haven’t been able to tweak it back into shape...
Quería algo asi para colocarlo en el respaldo de el carro y poder tener acceso a algunas cosas y mantener le agua o café verticales para que no se derramen y esta placa cumple perfecto con lo que necesito.
Buena calidad buen tamaño, los colores y el material se ven iguales a las fotos, queda bien en el backpack
Good quality but came with the internal rigid sheet warped and wavy. Couldnt get it completely flat again.
Always top quality from Hazard 4!