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TBCH Mod Waterproof Tactical Bone Conduction Headset
TBCH Mod Waterproof Tactical Bone Conduction Headset


Connectors Available MC1, MC3, MC4, K, K2, M, M3, M4, M6, M7, M12, Mid
IP 67 Rated
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Product Code: TBCH-MOD-WP

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TBCH Mod Waterproof Tactical Bone Conduction Headset

Heavy duty MODULAR tactical binaural bone conduction headset. Dual bone conduction temple speakers to send and receive. It features a large robust waterproof push-to-talk that is easy to operate.

  • IP 67 Rated PTT
  • Separate hearing protection (Ear Muffs or foam plugs) can be used in one or both ears
  • Bone Conduction speaker performance greatly increased with use of hearing protection.
  • Mod connector easily disconnects from the headset from the PTT/Downlead.
  • Modular design provides flexible mounting options.
  • Radio connector cords can be easily replaced if radio model changes.
  • Has Kevlar® reinforced cables to guarantee reliability.
  • It can be worn with a mask and helmet.
  • Ideal for Tactical Teams, SWAT, and Gang Units.
  • One year warranty.

Available for Motorola & Kenwood Two-Way Radios, MIL STD-810

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Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review.

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Great set August 12, 2018
Reviewer: Jonathan M. from Charlotte, NC United States  
This is great set for anyone looking for a good headset that allows you to hear ambient noise and communicate with your team. The construction is solid and the cords are generously long, maybe too long. I am using it with the APX6000 Motorola and the connection works great. Sound is clear and easy to hear while non-existent to anyone else in the vicinity. My only gripes are the push button has linear connections, and there really isn't a great way to set it up without one (or both) sticking out. I had to Velcro them both down so they wouldn't get snagged. Also, there is a slight lag in the PTT and the voice pickup so don't expect to hit the button and start talking. It takes a second for it to transmit. Overall, This is a great setup for the money and appears that it will last a long time.

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