Coaxsher RCP-1 Pro Radio Chest Harness

(3 reviews)
Coaxsher RCP-1 Pro Radio Chest Harness

Coaxsher RCP-1 Pro Radio Chest Harness

Unparalleled in design and workmanship, the Coaxsher RCP-1 Pro radio chest harness comes loaded with all the bells and whistles. Perfected over time from customers' feedback to become the most comfortable and functional radio chest harness anyone can wear. The RCP-1 Pro radio chest harness works great with or without a backpack. When wearing this unit with a backpack you can either use the supplied torso straps or purchase the Harness Converter Kit. The Harness Converter Kit allows you to attach the RCP-1 Pro to the shoulder straps of any Coaxsher backpack. iPad mini with protective case fits into the large main pocket.

  • Large Wide-Mouth Main Pocket with Double Zipper Pull Closure

  • iPad mini with protective case fits into the large main pocket

  • Main Pocket Snaps for Closure when Long Objects Don't Allow the Zipper to Close

  • Fold-Down Platform for Reading/Writing

  • Open Air Back Plate Cuts Weight and Allows Airflow

  • Adjustable Radio / Cell Phone / GPS Holder

  • Writing Tool Pockets

  • Main Radio Holster—Adjust to Fit Multiple Radio Sizes

  • Kestrel Weather Meter / Misc. Pocket

  • Spare Battery Shell / Cell Phone Pocket

  • Hi-Strength Grommets / D-Ring to Secure Extra Gear

  • Great Visibility - Reflective Material & Glow Stick Holder

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  • 5
    Great Product

    Posted by Jonathan on 7th Jan 2020

    Great product, Has lots of support and lots of space for radio, GPS, Cell wakie talkie. and pockets for cell phone or any other things you would like to add to it.

  • 5
    Rig capabilities

    Posted by Mark Assenberg on 27th Sep 2019

    I have my ham ht in the main radio pocket and my GMRS in the left pocket with a spare in the right pocket in case I need to leave one with someone. I carry my original rubber duck antenna in the zipper pouch in the front as a backup for my ham ht along with an earbud w/PTT for noisy areas. My hand mike is located near my head for normal speaker and mike duties. I carry a sharpie and a pen in the pen slots. Inside the main large pocket I have my mini ham logbook and a notebook and spare batteries for the secondary GMRS. I carry two spares for the ht in the interior pockets, both 3800 mili amp hour rated. I have lots of extra room in the main storage pocket left. This chest rig is awesome...
    Mark A.

  • 2
    Could not get phone, radio and GPS in pack

    Posted by Paul T DeLong on 17th Dec 2016

    The three pockets are not large enough to get the radio, phone and Garmin Alpha in the chest pack. I'll be returning it to Cascade