GARAGE BUILT GEAR - TECH ORGANIZER POUCH (REVIEW)

 
   
GARAGE BUILT GEAR - TECH ORGANIZER POUCH (REVIEW)

In the beginning you just took your laptop to coffee shop for a spot of remote working, all good fun, then one day you run-out of power so next time you take a power cable and adapter. Then you find you’re using a lot of juice on your smart phone, this time you don’t run-out of charge but next you take a cable for that as well. Then you decide take a power pack, cos there weren’t any sockets free last time and you don’t want to be caught out again. Before you know it that pocket, the one with the mesh front that you weren’t sure what to use for is full of a chaotic jumble of cables adapters batteries and other black plastic anarchy. An anarchy that must be control or never be-able to find that cable, that adapter you need, ever again!

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OK this is a 21 century, 1st world problem in need of some perspective but it’s easily fixed. If you get your tech organiser pouched.

The TECH ORGANIZER POUCH by GARAGE BUILT GEAR is a really good size, that was my first impression, there is plenty of room for all the tech I need to carry and still leaving plenty of room for gear to be tossed in at home-time to be tidied later. Love that.


OUTSIDE

In my case this organiser is made from genuine Multicam Black, 1000D Cordura and is:
H 9 1/2" x W 7 1/4" x D 1 3/4" in size.

THAT'S A BIG HOOK AND LOOP FIELD

To the front of the pouch is a large hook and loop panel for morale and ID patches. Beneath this is a generous slip pocket. It doesn’t have anyway of securing it closed so this makes an excellent occasional pocket for less important use.

THAT'S A BIG FRONT UP SLIP POCKET


NO MOLLE HERE NO PROBLEM

PROUD TO BE GARAGE BUILT

The GARAGE BUILT GEAR TECH ORGANIZER POUCH has a very smooth No9 YKK zipper with a Paracord zipper pull. Simple classic and works with no fuss. However this is not a dual zipper! a dual would have been useful as it would allow us to open the pouch like a book. “So what” I hear some say? I’ll get to that later. The back of the pouch is clean, no MOLLE or straps make it slick to drop in and pull of my rucksack.

THIS POUCH IS A GOOD SIZE WITH PLENTY OF SPACE FOR ALL MY CABLES AND ROOM FOR MORE


INSIDE

The interior has a blaze orange, black and Multicam Black color way. I thought this was nice as it continues the theme from the exterior but the blaze orange makes gear or in this case; black plastic cables and adapters, easer to spot.

2 ROWS X 6 COLUMNS OF VERY USFUL SHOCK RETAINERS

 

Opened up and laid out flat, to the left is a full size slip pocket with that blaze orange lining. Below this are x2 rows of 6 columns of what looks to me like mil-spec elastic retaining loops of varying sizes. This was plenty of organision for me, leaving most of the top row free. I love redundant capacity, redundant until the day you start using it that is.

LARGE MESH POCKET WITH CAPACITY


GOOD FOR ALL MY POWER PACKS

To the right is a large mesh pocket with capacity and another chunky YKK zipper. This is where my power packs and ear buds go. Again this pocket has a blaze orange interior,

MODS??!
GRAB HANDLE

This isn’t that kind of review but I did find away of making a carry handle which for me, makes the pouch easer to grab and pull out of my rucksack.

GRAB HANDEL STRAPED UP

Think of this pouch like a book the spin has a tunnel where the zipper begins and ends, it’s possible to pass a 1” strap through, buckle up inside and “VOILA” you have yourself a fairly decent grab handle.

WHAT DO I THINK?

LOVE A GOOD LAY-OUT

This is a great organiser for anything really, no need to only use for tech. This pouch doesn’t have much in the way of rigidity or closed foam pudding so protection is minimal for contents but this does make the pouch very forgiving with regard to awkward and larger gear. I have a slight, maybe OCD issues with the way the interior is organizer. The left side has pockets and retaining loops orientated vertically. The right side is horizontal. Personally I prefer pouch’s one way or the other, not both. Why? Basically I feel it promotes the chances of gear falling out, elastic retainers and zipper will probably keep gear safe but if it can happen, one day it will. But you know, plenty of pouches and organisers have similar configurations so what do I know : )

Having said all the above I love this pouch and I haven’t had any problems, I load it up, use and it seems very happy with that. And it’s Multicam Black! I’m a top sucker for Multicam Black so what’s not to like : )




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