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THYRM Releases the CellVault XL

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Sunnyvale, CA — Thyrm expands its CellVault™ line of storage products with the new CellVault™ XL. It features twice the capacity of the original CellVault while staying small enough for easy mounting and instant accessibility.

Users can store up to 6 CR123’s, 8 AAA’s, 4 AA’s, and even two 18650 rechargeable batteries. A removable, internal divider keeps batteries safe and organized. With the divider removed, the CellVault XL can hold a no-compromises survival kit or make sure data and valuables stay protected and handy.

“Customers love the original CellVault’s slim profile for adding critical battery storage to their gear, but many have a bit more dedicated space. So we designed the CellVault XL to maximize storage on a full MOLLE/PALS column. The extra space lets users carry more survival items, more batteries, and adds the ability to store 18650 rechargeables,” stated Thyrm CEO Andrew Frazier. “We were blown away by how many uses customers found for the original CellVault, so we can’t wait to see how the XL’s larger capacity allows for even more possibilities.”

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Like the original CellVault, the XL is built to withstand the elements. Mounting also remains unchanged. The CellVault XL easily attaches to one available M.O.L.L.E. webbing column, straps or belts, and features lanyard loops at both ends for more attachment options. It’s available in black, urban gray, olive drab, flat dark earth, and rescue orange to match the user’s gear or intended environment.

Thyrm is proud to design and manufacture the entire CellVault product-line in the USA. Available at your favorite local dealer, online retailer, and thyrm.com.

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One Response to “THYRM Releases the CellVault XL”

  1. Mark says:

    I use three of the original Cell Vaults, and I am definitely going to try one of these XL models, too.

    They are great pieces of kit, but I have found that a small loop of shock cord on the bottom of the latch is mandatory, to prevent the tube from accidentally opening.

    Also, I wish they would make a “stubby” version, next: a shorter tube length, with capacity for a single AA or two 123s.