TurboPouch Harmonica Red Case

TurboPouch is made with soft lightweight neoprene that features a detachable lanyard, a Velcro closure, and a built in belt loop. Assembled in the USA


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    The TurboPouch Harmonica Case & Holster is specially designed to be a durable, waterproof and lightweight harmonica case that is also multifunctional. TurboPouches include a detachable lanyard so you can use it as just a case, clip it onto your bag, or wear your harp around your neck. It also includes a built-in belt loop to holster your harp.

    • Made with lightweight and soft stretchy neoprene
    • Waterproof
    • Features a velcro closure for secure, yet easy access
    • Detachable lanyard
    • Built-in belt loop
    • Fits most brands - Hohner, Seydel, Suzuki, and more.
    • Large enough for our TurboHarps
    • Includes a TurboHarp logo on the front
    • Available in Black or Red

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