Tasmanian Tiger TT First Responder Move On MKll Receives GOLD Score

Tasmanian Tiger TT First Responder Move On MKll backpack (medical supplies not included)

Miramar, Fla. (Ammoland.com) – Tasmanian Tiger®, a tactical nylon line of products distributed exclusively for the US market by Proforce Equipment, Inc., proudly announce that they have received a near perfect score of 4.97 out of a possible 5 for the TT Move On MKll backpack from the National Tactical Officer’s Association’s (NTOA) Member Tested and Recommended Program. This unique program offers manufacturers of public safety equipment the opportunity to get gear in the hands of law enforcement and SWAT officers for the purposes of running tests to determine if the product meets the needs, requirements, and demands of the job.

“The Move On backpack system was designed to be very versatile for a SWAT or EMS unit,” Richard Lewis, President and CEO of Proforce Equipment, Inc., explained. “The entire unit can be loaded with medical equipment and the front small pack can quickly and easily be disengaged from the main pack to serve as a quick trauma pack. We have already seen a very high interest in the pack and this incredible score from law enforcement users validates its unique design purpose.”

TT First Responder Move On MKll smaller front pack separates from larger pack

An officer from Massachusetts commented, “The pack is well constructed of durable Cordura with robust, well sewn #10 YKK zippers. There is laser cut MOLLE slots on all of the exteriors of the pack. They (Tasmanian Tiger) put some thought into the layout of their pack. The layout is logical and the contents are easily accessible.”

Inside, there is MOLLE hook-and-loop on the interior walls for customizing the configuration and there are internal fixation points for medical equipment. It includes three removable transparent pouches, detachable panels with elastic loops and a rain cover. It holds 40 liters (2441 cubic inches) of medical gear (not included in pack). It measures 20” x 12” x 9” (52 x 29 x 24cm) and weighs 92 ounces empty or 131 ounces with accessories (2.6kg empty / 3.7 kg full).

The officer from Wisconsin found, “The bag has a well-thought-out design and you are able to remove the cards and/or pouches with the (hook-and-loop) that is attached. They include (hook-and-loop) strips to attach to the pouches to indicate breathing or bleeding. The construction of the bag is great…it appears that this bag would hold everything you need to carry for a TEMS* unit. Overall, a nice kit, I would recommend it for any Medic Element.”

TT First Responder Move On MKll pack showing fully loaded with medical equipment (not included)

And an officer summed up the Move On backpack with, “The shoulder and waist straps are fully adjustable, quite comfortable and are extra-long. This extra strap length allows for easily carrying the kit while wearing your body armor. The pack back is padded, adjustable, and is comfortable. When the pack is fully loaded and cinched down, this is a comfortable pack to wear, has no dangling stuff and is dead quiet. I like this pack!”

The TT First Responder Move On MKII is available in Black, Coyote or Olive. MSRP is $449.00. Medical contents not included.

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*TEMS stands for Tactical Emergency Medical Support



About Tasmanian TigerTasmanian Tiger

Tasmanian Tiger®, a division of Tatonka GmbH, is an international brand founded in 1999 to provide user-design driven nylon products to elite warfighters and law enforcement in Europe and Asia. From prototype to production, all products are manufactured in the company’s own facilities, thus ensuring a consistently high level of quality throughout the production processes. All products are quality checked prior to leaving the facility and checked regularly by independent international test centers. www.tasmaniantigerusa.com

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Ron Young
Ron Young
1 year ago

A back pack with no contents for $449? Must be a print error! The pack, empty, is at best, a $44. Pack. Or you can go to any outdoors store and get a bigger, same quality, pack for under $40. Even fully stocked with every imaginable medical component, it isn’t worth $100.

Xaun Loc
Xaun Loc
1 year ago
Reply to  Ron Young

You missed one important feature that effects the price. This is made for elite tactical units – that automatically moves the decimal point in the price one place to the right.

Sal Chichon
Sal Chichon
1 year ago
Reply to  Xaun Loc

If the kitchen is too tactical for you, get off the ‘X’

If the above statement makes sense to you, then you deserve to pay for that backpack