Condor Cobra Belt Review

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  • Michael Basedow
    Michael Basedow  4 months back

    Nice video but the product failed me. The cobra buckle was operated on my duty belt and failed to hold after a few months. When I contacted the company they would not replace the item. So much for the lifetime guarantee. Not for Law Enforcement or the Military. Here is what the company said, “The issue you are currently experiencing is a result of corrosion from exposing the metal to water. Any item made of corrosive base metals should never be placed in water. Dry lubricant is the only safe way to lubricate metal components.
    The COBRA® also has brass release tabs which in combination with water and the aluminum alloy- in rare cases- can create galvanic corrosion.
    AustriAlpin offer the Nautic COBRA®, a stainless steel (noncorrosive) version and the GT COBRA® a polymer version. These are the only buckles safe for water.
    Thanks”

    • Bub Pickup
      Bub Pickup  3 years back

      Many people use this as a gun belt or have other gear on it and don't put it thru the belt loops.

      • jhawk1977
        jhawk1977  3 years back

        I would hate removing the male end each and every time I take off or put this belt on every day.

        • DemarsPEng
          DemarsPEng  4 years back

          Great video! I just got my first EDC/Tactical Belt a few days ago and I must say I love it.

          I just posted some a video of what seems to be a very high value belt: The Sog Tactical belt for only $15 bucks at Walmart!

          • tgafire87
            tgafire87  4 years back

            Here's a pro-tip for ya. Turn the belt inside out. There will be no exposed end to the belt and it will be nice and smooth all the way around. You shouldn't have to adjust it much after you set it and the belt will get better with age.