Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP) has announced that the new Nexus Subcap Baton Clip is now available and shipping. This secure, lightweight baton clip is compact and easily installed on any ASP Friction Loc Baton.
The Nexus contains a rapid release clip and chrome plate retaining spring. It can be used on tactical or dress belts. The baton can be concealed by placing it in a side or back pocket.
The Nexus is attached by removing the existing baton cap. It screws on securely and can be used with ASP Logo, Grip and Leverage Caps as well as the Tactical Defender, the new
Tactical USB and the BreakAway Subcap.
This robust clip allows an ASP Friction Loc Baton to be rapidly drawn by simply lifting it from the belt. It permits a secure grip on the center of the handle and provides a firm purchase.
The MSRP is $15.
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We're really excited about our new rechargeable Triad USB tactical flashlight that we unveiled today at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV. This is the first Micro USB rechargeable tactical LED light on the market, and we believe it is incredibly convenient yet just as dependable as any tactical flashlight in our line – or in any of our competitors' lines.
Since it is fully charged using a Micro USB power cord, the Triad USB allows you to use the same power cord you use for your cellphone. If you don't have a Micro USB rechargeable phone yet, you likely will someday soon. Cell phone manufacturers have agreed to implement this type of power cord in their phones by the end of 2012.
We're probably best known as a company that makes batons and handcuffs for police officers and public safety professionals. But the truth is we have a long history of designing popular products for the general consumer, too.
Our Sapphire handheld lights might be the best example.
The days when you needed big, bulky duty batons to adequately protect yourselves on the street are definitely over. It seems every year we're designing smaller and smaller batons that are as devastatingly effective as any baton you've ever carried.
Today at the SHOT Show in Las Vegas, NV we introduced our two newest concealable batons, the P12 and the P16. When retracted, these two batons are both less than 7 inches (the P12 is only 5 inches), but our patented steel/aluminum design still provides the striking force of a standard duty baton. If you have a moment, read our entire press release and watch our product video.
We have just added a seventh color to our popular line of Palm and Key Defenders: Pink! The Palm is the smallest of our OC series while the Key is mid-sized Defender.
Since we design all of our consumer products to professional law enforcement standards, our Defenders are much more than spray cans loaded with chemical irritants. They are dispersion systems with specially produced valve systems and a patented dispensing mechanism. Our design eliminates the likelihood of accidental discharge.
Armament Systems and Procedures (ASP), one of the most respected names in law enforcement products worldwide, will introduce several new products at the upcoming IWA & OutdoorClassics 2012 show in Nuremberg, Germany March 9-12, including the market's first Micro USB rechargeable tactical and handheld LED lights.
ASP will introduce the rechargeable Triad USB flashlight, the rechargeable Sapphire USB handheld light, the P12 and P16 Batons, the Triad Tactical Light Case and the Pink Palm and Key Defenders. For more information about all of these products and to watch product videos, go to www.asp-usa.com.