Organize and carry your favorite multi-tools and EDC gear in this pouch!

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NEWS – We really love EDC gear here at The Gadgeteer and are always on the lookout for cool multi-tools and accessories to make using and carrying our gear as easy as possible. Today I have an awesome-looking pouch from Viperade that will let you carry all of your EDC in style. The VE5 Pocket Organizer 500D Oxford fabric that is wear, dirt, and tear-resistant to provide years of use. The VE5 7.8″x6″ pouch features a large zippered center pocket, 5 pockets on the exterior of the pouch along with a MOLLE strap that provides 6 slots to hold even more items. Flip the VE5 to the opposite side and there’s a large mesh pocket that can hold even more gear. The Viperade has a grab handle and D rings if you want to wear it like a shoulder bag. Want one? Then get yourself over to Amazon where it’s $23.99 with a shoulder strap.

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8 thoughts on “Organize and carry your favorite multi-tools and EDC gear in this pouch!”

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  2. I cannot IMAGINE someone actually carrying this every day. Maybe putting it in a bag as a sub-organizer, but that shoulder strap/sling look? No way. It looks huge AND doesn’t seem to hold much?

  3. If you need a pouch (purse, bag, murse …whatever) to carry multiple ‘multi-tools’, maybe, just maybe, you chose the wrong multi-tool to begin with.

  4. A few years ago I acquired a Skinth pocket pouch. Skinth is a Canadian company that makes various items to order. The one I have has four slots for a Leatherman, a flashlight, a mini boxcutter and a small Sharpie — and it all fits in my back pocket. All the stuff I usually need is right there, and if I’m not working on something I can leave it on the car seat or my desk. Been very useful.

  5. I’m a carpenter. I have Viperade pocket organizers, tool belts, bucket organizers, tool bags, toolboxes – I long for the right tools to be within arms reach. Breaking away from the project to retrieve the proper tool, prolongs the process. This product could be handy with the right tools, but I’m waiting for Boston Dynamics to create a toolbox and workbench that follows me around – in the trenches or on the roof.

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