NEWS – Recently, we told you about the Tech Folio from WaterField. It was one of the products of their Next Generation Gear Case community design project, in which WaterField surveyed many of their gear-loving customers to help them design gear bags that people actually want and can use. The Tech Folio was a large pocket capable of holding a lot of gear, including a tablet. The next product from the community design project is the Tech Pocket, which is designed for the minimalist who carries only a few tech items.
The Tech Pocket reminds me of WaterField’s Finn wallets in a way. It, like the Finn, has a couple of interior pockets to hold smaller gear with an open center space to hold bigger items. It measures 7.50” x 4.75″ and weighs 4.3 oz. It organizes the small EDC items that don’t fit in your pockets in a pouch small enough to hand carry or stow in a larger bag as your organizer pouch.
The top of the bag opens like some coin purses I’ve seen, with two magnetic, hinged bars that bow open for access then snap shut and hold the bag closed. Inside, the soft, plush, cashmere-like lining protects your gear. A front zipper pocket gives easy access to earbuds or other often-used items.
Two loops on the ends allow you to attach a carabiner. They can also be used to attach the Tech Pocket inside another bag or even to attach a shoulder strap. It’s made of 1050-denier black ballistic nylon or of waxed canvas.
The Tech Pocket can be ordered today for $49.00. It will ship by August 31. Learn more at WaterField.