“It’s a great product because it allows all of our investigators to keep their radios with them at all times. The value that the RotoComm provides in terms of officer safety is priceless.” Pete Casey, Lieutenant at Los Angeles Police Department
“Finally a law enforcement/ emergency response product is does everything the company claims. This product is innovative, no longer will your radio get caught up in your seat beat. My favorite feature is that with this product your radio moves with you and not against you. I am honored to recommend this product.” Hans Gutknecht, Photographer at Daily News and San Fernando PD Reserve Officer
“Great product, keeps your radio on you all of the time!” Steve Getzoff, Board Member at Police Unity Tour Greater Los Angeles Area
“This is an innovative, yet simple, product that not only offers convenience when hands need to be free, but also is a officer safety item. It works!” Brent Hopkins LAPD Officer, Burglary Detectives.
“When I switched to a plain-clothes assignment, I realized I had three choices for my radio: stick it in my front pocket, stick it in my rear pocket or forget it in the car. Then I found the RotoComm swivel clip, it made carrying my radio easy and effortless, because it was always on my hip, comfortable, yet ready. As a result, I can spend my time looking for suspects rather than my radio. Once I made the switch to the RotoComm swivel clip, I don’t think I’d ever go back to the old straight spring loaded belt clip.” Dan Independent Radio Review, Talk Talk-Wave Communications
“The non-glare aspect of the RotoComm provides a very good advantage for tactical responders. I have used the RotoComm and have been pretty hard with it and I am quite impressed with durability inherent in it’s design. The swivel is smooth and tactile and allows for easy and quick removal without the need to do a visual check as to position. A radio is only a good communication tool when it is with you and can be accessed quickly, easily and without the need of looking down at your belt.” Deana Stark, LAPD Detective, Robbery Homicide Division