Custom Battery Strap
Battery straps that not only work hard but play hard.
Your custom battery strap is made from 1" rugged seat belt material. We've added Kevlar stitching and a steel buckle with a hook and loop closure to the 3,000-pound breaking strength of this strap. This may be the last strap you ever buy.
All of our custom battery straps start as a pure white belt... a blank canvas for you to create your own masterpiece.
Our strap has a length of 9.75" not including the buckle.
Please note: because of the seatbelt material that we use, colors on our battery straps may not be as vivid as they are on our goggle straps.
Step 1) Do you want to design it yourself? Skip to Step 2. Do you want us to design it? Yes... Select the option for HotDogFPV to design it and upload any files that are pertient to the design, such as logos. Then use the "note to maker" section to describe the strap that you want us to create. Then complete the checkout process. Straps that are designed by the HotDog can take up to an additional 10 business day for designing.
Step 2) Download the template.
Step 4) Return to this web page, upload your file(s) and complete your purchase. We'll let you know if there are any problems with your files, or if any changes need to be made to ensure that the strap looks good.
Custom straps take 1-5 business days to be printed. Delays can occur if the file submitted requires clarification.
Regarding Copyright and Trademark: HotDogFPV has a very conservative policy regarding copyright and trademark protected works. We do not print any items which contain artwork, logos, or names that are not directly owned by the individual purchasing the strap, or where written permission has not be granted for use of the artwork. If you wish to use a company’s logo or name, please contact that company prior to upload the artwork and obtain written permission to utilize their images. The law clearly states that an artists work “is under copyright protection the moment it is created and fixed in a tangible form that it is perceptible either directly or with the use of a machine or device.” The law does not require an image to be registered in order to be protected. If you would like to read more on this subject, please visit https://www.copyright.gov/help/faq/faq-general.html