Thyrm designed its new Cell Vault to allow first responder to carry small, critical gear in while keeping it accessible and organized.
The integrated webbing clip allows users to access the Cell Vault’s contents without removing it, or you can quickly detach it for more control.
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The Cell Vault easily attaches to M.O.L.L.E., webbing, and straps, and features lanyard loops at both ends, for more attachment options. It features a slim vertical profile that utilizes less than one M.O.L.L.E. webbing column, giving you more room for other gear including first aid kits, ammo, and tools.
The Vault’s slightly decreasing diameter can keep CR123 batteries at the bottom secure even when it is inverted. Just squeeze the sides of the tube to release CR-123s in the middle or bottom of the Cell Vault.
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The Cell Vault’s waterproof, dustproof, durable exterior keeps the user’s essentials safe and accessible, keeping them prepared for whatever comes their way.
A Cell Vault can store:
- Three CR123 batteries
- Four AAA batteries
- Two AA batteries
- Small survival gear such as matches, hooks and line, a light stick, iodine tablets, a compass, and lip balm
- First aid gear including hemostatic clotting agents, tweezers, and bandages
- Consumables such as medication, instant coffee packets, electrolyte powder, candy
- Emergency money and a Flash Drive
- Cigar/Cigarettes/chewing tobacco
If you plan to store consumables (medication, snacks) in the Vault, wash it thoroughly and consider using a food-safe plastic bag. A test tube or bottle brush can be used to clean it. The Cell Vault is made with food-safe thermoformed plastic.
For more information on the Cell Vault and other products from Thyrm, please visit Thyrm.com.
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