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MD 380 Belt clip

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Anyone know of, or come up with a more robust belt clip ? Even a carry case ?

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Anyone know of, or come up with a more robust belt clip ? Even a carry case ?

Thanks
My son bought me one of the elastic armband cell phone holders that joggers often use to carry their cell phone or MP3 player. It's a bit of "out of the box" thinking but it works well with lapel mic or covert style earpiece/mic.
 

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I bought one of these and have been very pleased with it. Only ~$9.00 with shipping!


Soft Leather Carrying Case Holder Holster Cover for Radio Baofeng RT3 TYT MD-380 | eBay

Also available elsewhere, but here's a complete showcase of them. Google search for "MD-380 carry case"... ;)

https://www.google.com/search?q=MD-380+carry+case&biw=1239&bih=588&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwjPq4C0x9PRAhUH2IMKHRZpC6YQ_AUIBygC&dpr=1.55
I opted to go this route. Was a little reluctant to order direct from Hong Kong, but for $9 why not.

Thanks everyone for the input
 

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I opted to go this route. Was a little reluctant to order direct from Hong Kong, but for $9 why not.

Thanks everyone for the input
If I remember correctly, it took about a week for delivery.
 
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