GearClip Duty Belt Clip
SKU #: GearClip
The GearClip Duty Belt Clip gets rid of the old twisted wire hangers and allows officers to hang their duty belt, dress belt, keepers, keys, and uniforms on your locker door. Your most used and accessed items will always be within easy reach while at the same time creating more room inside your locker for all your other tools.
The GearClip Duty Belt Clip accepts most major leather and nylon duty belts. GearClip is also very proud that our products are 100% American made and have a lifetime guarantee!
The GearClip Duty Belt Clip can be attached to any standard locker door that has louvered vents. The short end of the device with the hole slides down through the vent louver so that it is visible on the outside of the locker door.
Duty belts with metal hook connections attach to the GearClip by sliding the hooks underneath the device until they latch into place. The duty belt can then be removed by grasping the sides of the GearClip, lifting it off of the locker slightly, pushing up on the belt until the hooks disengage, and then sliding the belt down.
Duty belts with plastic buckles attach to the two lower hooks of the GearClip by using the female end of the belt buckle. The buckle slides on and rests on both hooks. Simply lift the belt up to remove it from the GearClip.
Your dress belt and/or keys can be secured on the top single hook. The exterior hole can be used to hang a standard metal hanger with your uniform, a towel or anything else you would like.
75% Recommend this product (6 of 8 responses)
August 24, 2017
The clip works good, I have a leather belt with a metal buckle and it holds it just fine. The hanger holder on the outside is a nice touch to hold your uniform shirt while getting ready.
By Joe Cop
June 8, 2017
Item works as described, seems very sturdy.....haven't unloaded by duty belt, seems to be holding up just fine
Poughkeepsie, New York
October 27, 2015
May be the greatest invention ever!
ProsEverything. The face that it holds the weight of the gun belt, and frees up space.
ConsMy locker doesn't allow me to use the shirt hook on the outside. But that is really fine.
April 27, 2014
This is a great idea. I just wish that they made one for the River Belt. I contacted the maker, they said they never heard of the River belt. Last I heard was that he was buying a belt to make a mold for it. I couldn't wait so I a order the first type. It doesn't fit but it gets the job done.
ProsDoes what it says.
ConsNot made for the River belt.... YET
March 27, 2014
Can someone please help me and tell me which gear clip i need
i don't know that brand nylon duty belt I have but the plastic clip on the belt is by a company called national molding farmingdale new York lock monster SS-2 THANK YOU Sammy
By Robin Tse
Staten Island, New York
February 28, 2014
Gear Clip Duty Belt Clip
Great item for your duty locker to keep your duty gun belt tangled free and organized.
Prosfits all locker types with vent holes.
Consmade of plastic
May 14, 2013
Was a little unsure from the pictures online, but this is a great product and gives me more room in my locker and keeps my belt in bette shape. Great price too.
January 19, 2013
Does exactly what it says, hangs my duty belt and tactical belt on my locker door without the wire hanger mess. Also lets me hang my uniform and towel on the outside of my locker to air dry. Nice product and like the Made in USA!
4 Questions & 6 Answers
from Dallas, TX asked:
February 19, 2017
I have the Bianchi PatrolTek 8110 web duty belt, it's 2" wide with the CopLock buckle. Which is the correct hanger for it, P110 or P120? I've tried the P130, and it doesn't fit, The little hooks are too wide apart. I even tried it on my old Strong web belt, which is 2.25", and it's slightly too wide for it also.
I was able to pull the P120 from the warehouse and it’s hooks are exactly two inches apart.
on March 24, 2017
Micheal D Mitchell
from Tucson, Arizona asked:
January 26, 2017
Which clip is it that is located in pictures two and three?
I believe it is the P130.
on January 26, 2017
from Chula Vista, CA
Looks like the P-120 would be the one that fits that belt. I have a new Bianchi Accumold belt and mine takes the P-130.
on January 28, 2017
from Sumas, WA
from Burleson, TX asked:
November 19, 2015
There are two models that say it fits "some Bianchi models". How in the world do you know which model you need if you use a Bianchi belt??
According to the manufacturer's website it fits: Bianchi AccuMold Elite, Bianchi PatrolTek 2, Granite Tactical Gear Patrol, and London Bridge Trading duty belts
on November 24, 2015
from Kansas City Area asked:
February 26, 2014
I use a "river belt." Which of these would work for that?
The P100 would most likely be the best fit option for you. please use the last picture for fitment options.
on February 26, 2014
Did it work? I too have a River style belt.
on February 27, 2014
from Franklin Sq, NY
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