Gamiviti - new product

Johnny Utah

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Cool product! I love it when people solve problems or rather find solutions in such creative ways! Great job Tim! I’d like to try one out for sure!
 

Shuksan

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And I just got stock of my newest product, our plastic shoulder belt mic holder. Back story with this one is I designed this out of sheet metal in 2016, and it worked fine but was a little tough to get dialed in, and I never liked the sharp edges. But this year decided to revamp it, and also add a few new features also, like the ability to tweak in the grip with the seatbelt, dial in the grip with the mic, and engage it with the belt clips of smaller hand helds, etc.
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And the Rising Sun connection is I enlisted the help of Sean @Pro Designer here to help with the design work, who made this product way better than I could have done on my own. thanks again, Sean! :bowdown:

here's a link to the page: http://www.gamiviti.com/mic-holders

and special bonus if you're one of the 3 people who actually follow this thread, hit me up and I'll give you one of these at the June meeting. :bolt:
I will gladly pay for one, but can't decide blue/green. Might have to get both.
 

DanInDenver

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Still have my metal version, looks like a good time to upgrade!
 

Shuksan

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While it might add to manufacturing costs, we really need some with toyota racing stripes
 

Inukshuk

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Can you post a photo of the back of the clip when a midland HT is in it.

Change: "Hold any hand mic from your CB, Ham radio, or remote mic from a handheld." to "Hold any hand mic from your GMRS, HAM, CB, or remote mic from a handheld."

Change: "Hold your smaller handheld radios, including FRS, GMRS, and Ham radios." to "Clip on your handheld radios - FRS, GMRS, and HAM."
 

nakman

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hey Brian these are ABS, so you can paint them any color you like! :)

and Daniel thanks for the feedback, this will happen today. :thumb:
 

CardinalFJ60

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Honestly, I don't know how I lived without this thing. I've been rocking it since CM and one thing I noticed is the ease at which I can blindly put the mic in as well as just talk while it's attached to the seatbelt. love, love love it.

file this under "best Mod well under $50"
 

nakman

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Honestly, I don't know how I lived without this thing. I've been rocking it since CM and one thing I noticed is the ease at which I can blindly put the mic in as well as just talk while it's attached to the seatbelt. love, love love it.

file this under "best Mod well under $50"
hey that's awesome, so glad you like this one Shawn!

And too bad CB is dying, as my Midland handheld clips into this thing really well...

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edit: I just realized that I seem to have a ton of radios... :rolleyes: :lmao:
 

mcgaskins

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And I just got stock of my newest product, our plastic shoulder belt mic holder. Back story with this one is I designed this out of sheet metal in 2016, and it worked fine but was a little tough to get dialed in, and I never liked the sharp edges. But this year decided to revamp it, and also add a few new features also, like the ability to tweak in the grip with the seatbelt, dial in the grip with the mic, and engage it with the belt clips of smaller hand helds, etc.
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And the Rising Sun connection is I enlisted the help of Sean @Pro Designer here to help with the design work, who made this product way better than I could have done on my own. thanks again, Sean! :bowdown:

here's a link to the page: http://www.gamiviti.com/mic-holders

and special bonus if you're one of the 3 people who actually follow this thread, hit me up and I'll give you one of these at the June meeting. :bolt:

Sweet!! I usually clip my mic to my shirt pocket or onto the seatbelt and constantly fiddle with it. This is a great solution!
 

On the RX

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And I just got stock of my newest product, our plastic shoulder belt mic holder. Back story with this one is I designed this out of sheet metal in 2016, and it worked fine but was a little tough to get dialed in, and I never liked the sharp edges. But this year decided to revamp it, and also add a few new features also, like the ability to tweak in the grip with the seatbelt, dial in the grip with the mic, and engage it with the belt clips of smaller hand helds, etc.
View attachment 94963
View attachment 94964
View attachment 94965

And the Rising Sun connection is I enlisted the help of Sean @Pro Designer here to help with the design work, who made this product way better than I could have done on my own. thanks again, Sean! :bowdown:

here's a link to the page: http://www.gamiviti.com/mic-holders

and special bonus if you're one of the 3 people who actually follow this thread, hit me up and I'll give you one of these at the June meeting. :bolt:
I would like to try this! I also don't mind throwing some cash your way.
 
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