Revision Batlskin Cobra P2 Front Mount

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The Batlskin Cobra Front Mount is a lightweight, multi-purpose mounting system for the next generation combat helmet. It serves as a universal Night Vision Goggle (NVG) mount in a slim and easy to use design and allows the seamless integration of the Batlskin Visor and Mandible Guards. Tested in a wide range of operational venues, the Front Mount delivers class-leading stability for NVG use and the crucial ability to up-armour when needed.

 

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    Product Information

    Highlights

    B3 Technology
    Meets stringent quality standards, this helmet exceeds u.S. Army specifications for blunt impact, blast fragmentation, and ballistic threats

    Shell Geometry
    Designed for comfort and compatibility with communications systems

    Modular Suspension System
    4 point integrated harness that is easily adjustable with one hand using the dial ratchet mechanism.

    Construction
    Hybridized layer construction with an Ultra-high-molecular-weight polyethylene (UHMWPE) ballistic core

    Four Sizes
    Four sizes (S, M, L, XL) available to ensure optimal fit and performance.

    Multiple Colours
    Available in Black and Tan 499.

    What's Included

    Revision Batlskin Cobra P2 Front Mount
    Helmet is not included

    Manufacturer's Information

    Revision's Commitment to Quality
    Revision is passionately committed to achieving the highest quality standards in the design, manufacture and delivery of protective soldier solutions. From living up to our ISO 9001-2008 certification to employing the most robust product development processes, quality is embedded in everything we do.

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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is there a warranty on your eyewear?
    All Revision eyewear is covered under a 3 year manufacturer's warranty, with the exception of the Desert Locust Fan Goggles which are covered under a 1 year manudfacturer's warranty.

    Are scratched lenses covered under the warranty?
    Scratched lenses are not covered under Revision's warranty. Replacement lenses Revision's Sawfly Eyewear System, Desert Locust Goggle, Wolfspider Goggle, Stingerhawk Spectacle and Bullet Ant Tactical Goggle can be purchased.

    What are the dimensions of the Hellfly Ballistic Sunglasses?
    Hellfly Ballistic Sunglasses are 135 mm wide (temple to temple). Each lens is approximately 65 mm wide and 35 mm tall. The nosepiece at its widest point is 25 mm and at the narrowest point it is 10 mm wide. The nosepiece on the Hellfly is adjustable, making it easier to fit on the bridge of your nose comfortably.

    How do I know what size Sawfly I need?
    Sawfly Eyewear System comes in sizes small, regular and large. We recommend the size small to people who have a hat size between 6 1/2 and 6 7/8. The regular is recommended for people who have a hat size between 6 3/4 and 7 3/8 and the large is recommended for people with a hat size between 7 1/4 and 7 1/2.

    Will a Sawfly regular size lens fit into a large Sawfly frame?
    The Sawfly small and regular size lenses are only compatible with the regular size Sawfly frame. The size large lenses are only compatible with the size large frame.

    Does the Batlskin Head Protection System protect against blunt force, blast and ballistic trauma?
    Yes. In order to help reduce brain injuries, the Batlskin Head Protection System has been designed not only to mitigate ballistic threats, but also to protect against blast waves, deflecting energy around the system. With regards to ballistics, the High-Threat Mandible Guard offers the same level of protection as the ACH helmet. As injury models include both ballistic and non-ballistic injuries, the Batlskin Head Protection System provides protection against blunt impacts to the face and jaw caused by collision with vehicle interiors and weapons.

    What is the balance between fragmentation protection and weight?
    Together, the Front Mount and Mandible Guard weigh only 1 pound and provide the same level of protection as the ACH helmet. This trade off of weight versus protection is commensurate with U.S. Army ballistic requirements and the operational reality of today's battlefield.