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- length: 508 mm;
- folded length: 224 mm;
- weight: 480 g;
- material: steel;
- with ergonomic non-slip rubber handle and innovative Easy Lock system;
- with a rotating holster that prevents attachment to a tactical belt.
Constructed of heat-treated steel - heat-treated - for high durability, it's perfect for security, law enforcement, or self-defense. Handle - Type HE (Ergonomic Grip). Ergonomically shaped, made of hypoallergenic synthetic rubber coated with a non-slip, black nickel-zinc (Ni-ZN) texture, and no raised ridges for maximum grip. It provides a secure and comfortable grip even when hands are wet. The baton cap is triangular shaped, anti-roll/anti-tear.
The Easy Lock system allows the baton to be opened in three ways, depending on the situation and user preference:
1. From the holster (BHT model) the segments will automatically extend when the baton is removed from the holder;
2. Extend the telescopic segments by pulling the tip so that they lock;
3. Classic opening (swing to lock).
WARNING! The locking is only done with the button on the tail of the stick: press the button and push the segments gently. It is not necessary to close it by hitting it on the ground - this could only damage it.
The baton comes with the new generation ESP BHT-55 belt holster, which can be rotated 360°. Made of durable polypropylene, it allows you to wear the baton both folded and unfolded. In combination with the Roto mount, it allows you to rotate the baton handle 360° and lock it in one of 16 available positions. Mounting - Quick Change System UBC-05-A. Allows you to quickly attach or remove the mount handle without removing the tactical belt. Two adjustment screws prevent the mount from shifting while running. Fits on straps 38-56mm wide, and with the adjustment removed can also fit on straps between 32mm and 60mm wide.
Steel - Cro-Mo 4130 low carbon steel alloy characterized by high tensile, bending, and breaking strength. The rod segments are made of seamless tubes according to CSN 12060 (CK55 - DIN 17200, C55E - EN 10083-1 + A1).
This pole meets all the requirements of the German standards for a telescopic pole, and during drop tests, the pole was dropped from a height of 2 meters onto concrete (the German standard only requires wood, which is a much softer surface) and was then able to close as easily as before.