HMP-II: WorldPack II
- Overall: 17" H x 8" W x 3" D
- Inside dimensions of upper radio compartment: 11½" H x 7½" W x 2.5" D
- Inside dimensions of the lower power supply compartment: 4½" H x 7½"W x 2½"D
- *Note: These are "soft" dimensions. The WorldPack is not a hard box, but is constructed of soft padded fabric. Therefore, if your radio is slightly larger in one dimension or another, the pack can still fit quite well.
- There is a clever "elevator" in the upper portion of the pack, that can adjust the height of the radio in your pack. This allows you to raise or lower your radio within the pack, or accommodate shorter radios securely within the pack.
- Heavy duty, weather resistant nylon exterior.
- Padded throughout to protect delicate electronic instruments.
- Contoured shoulder straps keep you cool with their mesh construction.
- Multiple tie-down points to attach whatever you need to bring along.
- Shoulder straps have webbing loops to attach your handheld radio in an upright position, and easy to reach by your chest. Higher on the shoulder strap is a point to attach your GPS receiver, so that the antenna gets a full sky view to avoid receiver drop-outs.
- Separate lower compartment for power supply with passthrough holes for wiring.
- To keep your signal clear on those windy mountaintops, we've thrown in a fleece microphone cover to virtually eliminate wind-noise in your mic.
- Exterior pockets, straps and sleeves for multiple antenna elements with a little extra room for your favorite fishing rod.
Looking down from the top, alongside the right hand side of the pack, you can see that the antenna is held securely in place by a pocket at the bottom, and two Velcro style tie-downs along the body of the pack
The left hand side can carry the extra antennas with an identical pocket at the bottom and an adjustable nylon sleeve running the height of the pack.
The contoured shoulder straps are comfortable and cool for long wear. Webbing cross straps give you a place to attach your handheld, GPS, or other handheld device in antenna-up position. There are other nice little details like the D-ring on the strap adjustment to keep dangling loose strap ends from tickling your arm as you maneuver