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The Two Hand Touch for Mobile Devices & Tablets

The Two Hand Touch SafeTHT is the ultimate mobile device and tablet harness for use in the field, at heights and in environments where visibility is key and safety is paramount.

The safety of workers is always paramount. As implementation of new technologies, such as tablets, for data analysis and data input becomes more commonplace, a growing concern for safety and efficiency has developed. People working in the field, working at great heights and in locations where high visibility is necessary should always have both of their hands available. When one hand is pre-occupied by holding or working on a tablet, the users’ safety is greatly reduced, and they are unable to react as quickly in potentially dangerous situations.

Placing the tablet in a safe and secure harness, such as the Two-Hand-Touch SafeTHT, will free up workers’ hands, allowing them to react as necessary while securing the tablet and offering quick access to the technology needed to do the job effectively.

Putting the weight of the tablet closer to the employee’s core — or their center of gravity — is more ergonomic and decreases hand fatigue and cramping. Designed with high-visibility fabrics, the SafeTHT ensures all safety protocols are adhered to, whether or not the tablet is in use.

Adjustable viewing angles allow for best usage of the tablet regardless of the position of the user, and built-in pockets provide easy access to tools, radios and more.

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