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Excellent quality. Great value!!!!!!
Reviewed by Damon (Posted on 3/5/15)
V21 belt holster
This is a good holster but as one reviewer stated, "good but not great". It does a nice job of securing my flashlight in an easily accessible place on my belt. I think a belt clip may be better because the Velcro does seem that it will wear out over time. That said it is still a good holster for the price point. I would recommend it.
Reviewed by D (Posted on 9/20/14)
Good, but not great
I own several different brands and models of high end flashlights (torches for non-US centric people), and routinely carry one (a Surefire model) on my belt all the time. This holster is good, but after several years it just wore out. Have now replaced it about a month ago and am going good again. My think is that something this durable should not wear out, but it did. For instance, the stitching at the bottom frazzled and eventually the flashlight started riding lower (not a big problem) but then the Velcro fastener began literally destroying the non-Velcro area just below the fastening area. The holster began destroying itself, over the course of about three years.
Not a big deal, but why not something that lasts much longer?
The holster/flashlight was not subjected to abuse, but is used a lot.
Reviewed by Flashlight Dude (Posted on 3/7/14)
Always by my side
I go camping all the time. I never set off without my V21 Surefire carrier. It's seen all kind of weather and was once left out in the hot Texas sun for 1 week and the color did not fade. Good job!
Reviewed by Avid Camper (Posted on 10/19/13)
Well made. Rides a little high on hip. Easy access. Overall great product.
Reviewed by jsmith (Posted on 10/17/13)
NOTE: Not compatible with LED conversion head, TurboHead, or Z48, Z49 tailcap
Fits: 6P, 6PL, 6PX, EB1, G2, G2-LED, G2L-FYL, G2X, G2XLE
- Heavy-duty construction
- Accepts belts up to 3.0" wide
- Long flap allows use with Beamfilters