Soft Equipment Holders Protect Expensive Gear

Published online: May 29, 2008 News
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Portable electronics such as PDA's and cell phones require safe storage on board.  On small boats a cell phone may be the only distress signal available.  With that in mind, Beckson Marine offers its Soft-Mate radio holders to keep handheld radios, cell phones, PDA's and portable GPS units in a convenient spot.  Easy to install, they're available in two sizes.
Constructed of soft, flexible PVC, these radio holders won't hurt the user or the equipment.  The larger HH-8 unit measures 6" H x 3" W x 2" D.  It's ideal for large handheld radios, GPS devices and scanners.  The HH-81 mini unit is great for storing smaller handheld radios, cell phones, eyeglass cases, pens, pencils and calculators.  The mini measures 4-3/4" H x 2-3/4" W x 2" D.  Both models are available in black and white.
If users don't want to drill screw holes or just want a temporary mount, the HH-Series is available with a trustworthy suction cup mount.  For those who already own a Soft-Mate radio holder, the mounts can be purchased separately.
Beckson Marine's Soft-Mate line also includes holders for knives, winch handles, books, binoculars, beverages and emergency equipment.  The full-size HH-8 radio holder retails for $15 while the HH-81 mini holder is priced at $11.95.

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