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    Hey guys,

    Needing to purchase a new radio chest harness to replace using a belt harness,

    Which ones do you prefer or are suitable?

    The work I am involved with is Technical Rope rescue and also Confined Space amongst other Urban Search & Rescue tasks so would want it to be compatible while using a Full Body harness such as the CMC NFPA Fire and Rescue harness.

    Would also be nice to have extra pouches for notebooks and GPS/Cellphone etc..

    Any help much Appreciated.

    Regards,

    Dave
    Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand.
    Station 31
    Volunteer Appliance 312

  • #2
    I have two radio chest harnesses that I use.

    My favorite is Conterra'sAdjusta-Pro II.

    The second harness that I use for wildland (I prefer it for the large radios BK radios we use for wildland) is Wolfpack Gear Phantom Jr.

    Both harnesses are well made and have served me well.
    "The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten." - (John) Calvin Coolidge
    "Speed is not a good alternative to lack of knowledge." -armymedic571

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    • #3
      Originally posted by aromania View Post
      I have two radio chest harnesses that I use.

      My favorite is Conterra'sAdjusta-Pro II.

      The second harness that I use for wildland (I prefer it for the large radios BK radios we use for wildland) is Wolfpack Gear Phantom Jr.

      Both harnesses are well made and have served me well.
      I have to agree here both of these harnesses work well. I use the Conterra and it fits well with multiple harnesses I own.
      Mike
      "Training Prepares You...For Moments That Define You

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      • #4
        awesome, cheers for the replies, I know a few guys over here use the Coaxsher RCP1 I think it is, but seems quite bulky for what I want, so will have a look at the Conterra ones and hopefully come up with a great harness for all purposes

        Dave
        Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand.
        Station 31
        Volunteer Appliance 312

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        • #5
          Coaxsher's stuff just doesn't seem to last very well. I was never impressed with the construction so I never bought one. I have seen a number of them with ripped seams owned by others.

          I have two Conterra harnesses, one is almost 15 years old and still in great shape. I have only had my Wolfpack harness for a couple of years, but so far so good.
          "The nation which forgets its defenders will be itself forgotten." - (John) Calvin Coolidge
          "Speed is not a good alternative to lack of knowledge." -armymedic571

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          • #6
            awesome, have just purchased the Conterra Adjusta Pro - II from their site, just have to wait for easter to end and the mailman to arrive

            Dave
            Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand.
            Station 31
            Volunteer Appliance 312

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            • #7
              Dave
              I see your relatively new to the forum.....Welcome my friend!
              Mike Donahue
              "Training Prepares You...For Moments That Define You

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              • #8
                Cheers Mike,

                Hopefully il be round a little more since the forum seems to be developing a better sense of discussion around technical and specialist rescue

                Dave
                Porirua, Wellington, New Zealand.
                Station 31
                Volunteer Appliance 312

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