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Old 06-06-2014, 10:34 PM   #1
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Some neat kit for your Jeep....

Just got this in the other day. Very cool. Its basically a sun visor organizer for your rig but it has MOLLE webbing on it so you can attach gear. Seems very well made (made in the USA actually) by Zulu Nylon Gear. Two rows of the webbing is elastic, making it easier to fit items through.

Just thought it was a really neat idea. Of course, I do have a GHB (Get Home Bag) in my Jeep but it is really nice to have some equipment instantly accessible without having to search through the bag or center console. This also freed up some space in my glove box which was starting to look like a junk drawer.

Anyway, here's some pics. This is what it looks like in its normal position. On the front/bottom of the visor panel I keep a Rite In The Rain notepad and a Fisher Space Pen. Also, I now keep my vehicle registration and insurance papers on this side too instead of in my glovebox.



On the other side (with the visor flipped down) I keep a chemical light, a Kershaw Blackout, Bic lighter, Advil, and a Victorinox Classic. In the magazine pouches I keep a multitool (Victorinox Swisstool) and a Surefire 6PX flashlight. Lastly, you can see a spare magazine to my CZ75.



I'm very happy with this product so far and it seems like it holds the gear very secure (my main concern) while still being very convenient to access. Sootch00 has a video review on it as well if you're curious to see more.

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Really???? CCI BLazer? tsk tsk tsk


j/k


I love the organizer!!! very nicely done.

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Really???? CCI BLazer? tsk tsk tsk


j/k
Nope....Federal Hydra-Shok. But good guess
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Old 06-06-2014, 10:57 PM   #4
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Lol. Casing looked aluminum its all good.

I do like the organizer
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That advil is not properly secured. Could become a loose projectile bouncing around the cabin in the case of an accident.
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And how are you supposed to get to your vanity mirror??? This hair of mine can be a TERROR after a brisk top-down ride!
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Old 06-06-2014, 11:31 PM   #7
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That advil is not properly secured. Could become a loose projectile bouncing around the cabin in the case of an accident.
I guess it doesn't look secure, but its actually on there pretty good. That row of webbing is elastic and the pill bottle fits in there very tightly. Of course, who knows what can happen in an accident but I've done some light wheeling since I've gotten this thing and nothing fell out. We'll see how it holds up in the major stuff. I'll keep you guys informed but so far so good.
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I guess it doesn't look secure, but its actually on there pretty good. That row of webbing is elastic and the pill bottle fits in there very tightly. Of course, who knows what can happen in an accident but I've done some light wheeling since I've gotten this thing and nothing fell out. We'll see how it holds up in the major stuff. I'll keep you guys informed but so far so good.
*cough* I don't think he was being serious
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Old 06-07-2014, 03:32 PM   #9
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Nice setup , I would never leave anything in my jeep like that

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