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Introducing DarkVault 2.0 A Critical Gear Case for the New Battlefield

Thyrm is pleased to announce the launch of the DarkVault 2.0, a new mobile comms platform that provides complete protection for your smartphone without the need for a special phone case.

“The DarkVault 2.0 is purpose-built for smartphone use in austere environments,” says Andrew Frazier, CEO at Thyrm. “Attach the DarkVault 2.0 to plate carriers or chest rigs and you can quickly dock and use your phone for navigation, ballistics info, ad-hoc mesh comms, or any other use.”

The DarkVault 2.0 is available in two sizes, one for regular size phones and one for Max/Plus size phones, both in slim cases. It features an integrated phone clamp, a MOLLE/PALS attachment system with full mechanical interlocks, and a stable viewing platform.

Key features of the DarkVault 2.0:

• Fully enclosed smartphone protection
• Waterproof, dustproof Poron® sealing gasket
• Integrated phone clamp
• MOLLE/PALS attachment system with full mechanical interlocks
• Lockable case latch and attachment latch
• Regular and Large sizes for most 6.1″ and 6.5″ phones in slim cases
• Comms Version Only: Adhesive overlay can be removed to allow for camera use
• Blocking Version Only: Proprietary polymer construction reduces signal transmission by 110dB
• Custom-cut adhesive Velcro loop attachment available for ID/patch/accessory attachment
• Designed and Made in the USA

The DarkVault 2.0 is available for purchase now on Thyrm.com starting at $89.99.


2 Responses to “Introducing DarkVault 2.0 A Critical Gear Case for the New Battlefield”

  1. Ray Forest says:

    This seems like an incredibly smart idea and I wonder why it’s not been done before. Close to a one size fits all instead of specific fits. With the extra space maybe I can fit some readers in there too, that chest mount has become too close for my eyes lol.

  2. David Perlmutter says:

    Ordered this online. Liza Letona the Thyrm Logistics Manager was extremely helpful in expediting the shipment. Will soon be using this in combat in Gaza, looking forward to receiving it.