Tac Belt Review – Tactical Storage Pack To Fit All Essentials?

Tac Belt is a tactical storage pack designed for active individuals. Does it really offer military-grade toughness? Find out today in our review.

What Is Tac Belt?

The Tac Belt is a tactical storage pack that just launched online. You may have seen the infomercials on TV. Like other As Seen On TV products, the Tac Belt makes big promises about its effectiveness.

In fact, it even claims to be “inspired by the packs” used by military personnel around the world.

The Tac Belt is designed to hold all of your essentials. In the infomercial, customers are seen using the Tac Belt for outdoor activities – like running, hiking, climbing, or biking.

However, you can also see people using it around the home, on walks around the neighborhood, or on the job site.

Essentially, the Tac Belt is a fanny pack (or a “bum bag” if you’re British) that you can use to store stuff when you’re out and about. It’s only labeled as a “belt” because it has a strap that can fit around your waist.

It’s not really a tactical belt: it’s a tactical storage pack. Let’s take a closer look at its features and advantages over similar products.

Tac Belt Features

Tac Belt comes with the following features and benefits:

  • Constructed from “tactical grade materials”
  • Strong and durable
  • Holds all your essentials
  • Available to “Desert Tan” or “Tactical Black”
  • Weather-resistant and stain-resistant
  • Comes with a lifetime guarantee

The makers of the Tac Belt frequently emphasize the idea of “toughness”. In the infomercial, we see the Tac Belt being used to pull a military vehicle, for example. We also see a large man using the Tac Belt to rappel down a cliff.

He’s using the Tac Belt to secure himself to the rope – so it can apparently hold the weight of a 200 pound+ man.

Tac Belt Pricing

Tac Belt’s pricing policy can be a bit confusing. Like other ASOTV products, there are free product offers, high shipping charges, and other annoyances. Here’s how pricing works out:

  • 1 Tac Belt: $26.94 ($19.99 plus $6.95 Shipping)
  • 1 Tac Belt + Tac Light Mini Flashlight: $31.89 ($19.99 plus $6.95 shipping plus $4.95 “separate fee”)

You can either buy the pouch by itself or add a flashlight to your order. In addition, all purchases come with a free survival blanket. It’s similar to one of those reflective space blankets used by search and rescue personnel.

You can also add InsureShip shipping insurance to your order at a price of $3.99. However, this option is declined by default.

Don’t expect to receive your Tac Belt within days. Despite the high shipping charges, the company claims it will take about 30 days just to ship your Tac Belt from their facility – so it could take as long as 6 weeks for you to actually receive your pouch.

$10 shipping surcharges apply to orders from Alaska and Hawaii. Puerto Rico residents will need to pay an additional $20 shipping surcharge.

Tac Belt Lifetime Guarantee And Refund Policy

The makers of Tac Belt frequently mention their lifetime guarantee. How does that guarantee work and what’s the Tac Belt’s refund policy?

Oddly, the company doesn’t mention their return policy anywhere online. However, you can contact customer service and entering information at that page.

Or, to get in touch with a human being customer service representative, call 1-866-389-3554 between 8am and 8pm EST.

After talking to customer service, you’ll be asked to return your product to the following address:

400 Returns Rd
Wallingford CT 06494

Tac Belt Creators

The Tac Belt is made by well-known As Seen On TV industry giant Idea Village. The company is best-known for its CopperFit lineup of products (endorsed by Brett Favre in numerous infomercials).

Other company products include the Micro Touch razor blades. Idea Village is based in Wayne, New Jersey.

Tac Belt Summary

Calling the Tac Belt a “tactical belt” is a bit misleading. It’s a fanny pack available in military-style colors. You could theoretically use it to carry things like your cell phone, wallet, and survival supplies.

The Tac Belt is a relatively new product – so there aren’t many customer reviews currently available online. However, we expect the Tac Belt to be similar to other ASOTV products, where you get an average level of build quality at an above-average price.

It’s also worrying that the makers of the Tac Belt don’t go into detail about their “lifetime guarantee” – but frequently advertise that guarantee as a benefit.

Ultimately, the Tac Belt is a storage pack designed to be tough. It’s marketed towards active individuals – or those who just want to keep tools on-hand when working around the home and job site or walking around the neighborhood.

If you need an easier way to carry supplies when you’re out and about, then the Tac Belt may be the right choice for you.


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