Peter Jones, a leading designer and manufacturer of carrying solutions for wearable and portable devices within the public safety, security and employee safety sectors, has recently introduced a wide range of high-quality radio carry cases for Motorola Solution’s latest MOTOTRBO™ R2 radio.
One of the most crucial tools in keeping frontline workers safe in a workplace is good communication, and two-way radios such as the MOTOTRBO™ R2 allows employees, working on site or remotely, to stay connected. At-risk workers in industries such as manufacturing, construction, oil and gas, airports, utilities, agriculture, private security, and retail can be reached in an emergency or can raise the alarm when threatened or in danger.
Yet two-way radios are only effective if they can be easily accessed in a crisis, and ideally operated hands-free. Andrew Griffiths, head of business development at Peter Jones, explains,
“Workers may be driving heavy machinery, carrying heavy loads, or working at height on ladders and cannot often reach for their radio in their pockets. What’s more, if the radio is loosely clipped on a garment loop or belt, there’s no guarantee that it’ll even be there when needed in an emergency. And what about the potential damage to the radio in filthy, dusty and rugged conditions?”
This is why Peter Jones’ durable and robust radio cases are so invaluable in protecting two-way radios from scratches and accidental damage, whilst enabling secure, hands-free attachment to workwear and other surfaces. Peter Jones offers radio cases for most major brands of radio, including the latest for Motorola Solutions’ MOTOTRBO™ R2.
As with all radios it caters for, Peter Jones offers carry cases in a range of materials for the MOTOTRBO™ R2, including padded nylon, soft, medium-soft, and firm leather. Whether needed for office-based, light duties; style and comfort; or heavy-duty, industrial environments, there’s a textile to suit. The radio cases can feature press-studded, flat leather belt loops or leather-covered metal belt clips for attaching firmly to utility or uniform belts.
In addition, all MOTOTRBO R2 radio cases can be optionally supplied with Peter Jones’ ground-breaking Klick Fast Connector for mounting to any Peter Jones Klick Fast Dock attached to workwear, belts, or harnesses. Andrew continues, “For decades, our Klick Fast System has been the attachment option of choice for critical communications devices in the emergency services sector. It’s vital that they know their device is where it should be when they need it most, and this is also important for worker safety. Just the other day, I heard about an oil-rig worker who got into trouble but lost his radio and was unable to call for help. That wouldn’t happen with our Klick Fast System.”
Regardless of the style of case and materials, all Motorola MOTOTRBO™ R2 Radio Cases are designed to allow full, unobstructed access to the MOTOTRBO™ R2 buttons, remote speaker connection ports, emergency buttons and antennae, whilst microphone and speaker outlets remain uncovered.
For more information, visit Peter Jones’ website www.peterjonesilg.co.uk.