RFM2 Reversible Flip Merker MO

RFM2 Reversible Flip Merker MO

2,240 ฿ rrp

The RFM2™ REVERSIBLE FLIP MERKER MOD is the ultimate solution to attach a variety of small supplies to any of the Total System (TS-Ready™) products. This unique module is reversible and offers two ways of attaching supplies.
Cat: Gear Bags, Brand: Meret


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Description

Product Description

The RFM2™ REVERSIBLE FLIP MERKER MOD is the ultimate solution to attach a variety of small supplies to any of the Total System (TS-Ready™) products. This unique module is reversible and offers two ways of attaching supplies. Side 1 offers two flat looped webbing straps with an included carabiner and two elastic webbing loops, each with three loops. This side can be used to quickly attach additional carabiners, insert oral airways or intubation blades and handles, or add light sticks, penlights, ammonia capsules, per-hospital venapuncture tubes, or QRS knives… or more! The options are up to you. If you need your supplies to be confined and secured, simply unzip the RFM2, flip it around, reattach it and use Side 2. This side has 2 large zipper mesh pockets (5.5” x 2.25” x 3.5” ea) that can store anything you can fit in them such as tape, IV start kits, tegaderm, gauze pads, injection supplies, or even D5W small IV bags. Again, the options are up to you. The RFM2™ is constructed from 1200 denier coated TPE and is produced in black and grey so that it can be used with any of the EMS PRO, FIRE PRO, or TACTICAL PRO Total System (TS-Ready™) products.

•Compact and lightweight
•Reversible, offering 3 ways of storing supplies
•TS-Ready™ zipper tracks attach to M4001/ M4002/ M4008/ M4010
•Large EZ-Pull black YKK zippers and pullers allow easy access
•Carabiner included (not weight bearing)
•Incredibly durable 1200 Denier coated TPE, water and stain resistant

Product Dimensions
Outside Dimensions : 6.25″ x 10.25″ x 2.5″
Product Weight : 4.0 oz

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