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Eleven 10 Launches RIGID TQ Case for the CAT

While it wasn’t launched at SOMA, the new RIGID TQ Case for the CAT from Eleven 10, LLC certainly in with our theme of the day; medical.

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The design is similar to their Kydex CAT Tourniquet case, but they’ve introduced injection molding. This also allowed them to incorporate holes for more mounting options (including Raven Concealment’s ModuLoader and Paddles) as well as various ride positions.

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Bottom Line:

The new RIGID TQ Case provides the same one-handed, one-step access to your tourniquet as their original Kydex CAT Case, but in a new, stronger, more modular design.

Stronger, more mounting options, perfect retention, shipping now.

www.1110gear.com/eleven-10-kydex-c-a-t-tourniquet-case

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5 Responses to “Eleven 10 Launches RIGID TQ Case for the CAT”

  1. Josh says:

    I have one of these on my leg rig. Works great. When I first saw it I was pretty upset that I hadn’t thought of the idea myself.

  2. Jason says:

    What do people here think about TQ’s that are exposed? I remember reading a study that constant exposure to the elements and especially UV light had negative effects on TQ’s used in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    Would you rather a closed fabric TQ pouch instead?

    • mr bean says:

      Other issues include getting dirt and debris in the velcro and additional wear and tear from brushing up against things or getting caught on them. It’s less bulk than a nylon holster with a top closure which is the only real benefit. I haven’t used the new SOF-T tqs, but the older ones I had packed up pretty small in the single stitch pouch they came with.

  3. Mike says:

    Been running their kydex version on my duty and personal rig for about a year and half now and highly recommend them.

  4. Chuck says:

    I personally haven’t used the rigid case but I have attached TQ to the outside exposed for years and can say that they are just like the rest of your kit, they need to be maintained constantly after doing Ops and guys that are doing what they are supposed too always go over their kit (especially me I’m a little OCD with that). I like the rigid concept and will be snagging two of these for upcoming trips.