Rugged Expedition Case
The Rugged Expedition Case (REC) offers unparalleled signal enhancement in a compact, ruggedized package. A universal mounting solution secures the goTenna Pro X mesh radio to vests, belts, bags, packs, and more.
Designed hand-in-hand with radio engineers, REC was purpose-built to extend signal. An additional ground plane boosts radio performance, improving range and capability in the field.
Made with impact-modified polymers and designed with protection in mind, REC safeguards Pro X radios from drops and impacts.
A Radial Spline (RASP) Attachment Platform allows REC to be mounted on PALS webbing (MOLLE), belts, straps, waistbands, and more.
A secure, two-finger release provides fast and simple disconnection of the radio from the holster. A dual-lock design prevents accidental disengagement.
The RASP Attachment Platform allows users to easily tune the cant angle of REC for optimal positioning and comfort.
A two-position sliding cover can be “closed” to eliminate LED light leak in low-light environments and covert situations.
The sealed weather-resistant MicroUSB charging tether provides a positive lock to the REC, preventing inadvertent disconnection and ensuring the goTenna radio remains continuously powered.
Form-fit for goTenna Pro X radios, REC is designed to accommodate all goTenna-approved antennas.
“goTenna is proud of this partnership with Bunker because together, our products are fully capable of responding to the needs of first responders, disaster responders, law enforcement, and military service members, to make their jobs more efficient and successful.”
- goTenna CEO Ari Schuler
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“Bunker is excited for the positive impact our partnership with goTenna will have for those working on the frontlines. By enhancing capabilities and improving situational awareness, first responders, government agents, and military personnel can perform their duties in any environment with greater safety and efficacy.”
– Ryan Olson, Co-Founder and CEO, Bunker Supply
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