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Maxpedition E.D.C. Pocket Organizer
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- Main compartment: 6"(L) x 1"(W) x 8"(H)
- Full clamshell opening main compartment with dual zips
- Inside left: Slip pocket; key ring; elastic organizer with 9 divisions, Inside right: Slip pocket; tie-down loop; elastic organizer with 6 divisions
- Front exterior: 2" x 3" loop field for patches; mesh slip pocket with hook-and-loop closure
- Back exterior: Oversized handle; attachment webbing
- Compact 5" x 7" x 0.75" size
- Inside left: Slip pocket; key ring; elastic organizer with 9 divisions
- Inside right: Slip pocket; tie-down loop; elastic organizer with 6 divisions
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Here's what I keep in mine:
Key-card for my office
Pen and pencil
Sandisk Cruzer USB
Burt's bees lip balm
Duct tape card
Bic mini lighter
Snowpeak Carry-on chopsticks
Ibuprofen and Benadryl
Enter the Maxpedition EDC Pocket Organizer.
Now, I'm a contractor and during work I carry a lot of things on my belt. During off hours, though, I have to admit that I don't want to carry everything I consider necessary (refer to Man Things list above) on my person in various pockets. I tried that once, and confidently strode around the house in my BDU's, pockets filled with everything I thought a responsible, well-prepared man should carry. Well, my wife asked me if it was the end of the world or something and made me feel small about being so prepared. Pffft. Women just don't understand.
Where this EDC organizer comes in is it allows you to have with you - or very near you - all those things that are either impractical to have with you at work or when dressing casual or when your friends make you feel ridiculous for wearing them all over your 5.11 tactical vest. No, it's not quite as good as having these things on your person if you really, truly need then RIGHT NOW.Read more ›
Like a lot of guys, I'm getting ready for the zombie attack or whatever form Armageddon will take. Seriously though, I live in New York City and, like it or not, another terrorist attack, blackout or something else to interrupt my daily routine is a distinct possibility. I started thinking about this after 9/11 and again after dealing with my third major blackout a few years ago.
Since then, my commuter bag has been accumulating a bunch of "gotta have" stuff, as have my pockets. I've convinced my wife to carry a small flashlight in her purse and she's convinced me that I must always carry my cell phone. Well, you get the picture.
I've ended up carrying so much stuff that I needed a way to keep it organized. After coming across the Maxpedition website, I got a real Jones for one of these organizers and it arrived a few hours ago.
Naturally, I immediately started to get the organizer organized and it's going to remain a work in progress for a while. I pretty much know what I want to carry so it's just a matter of where it's going to go. There seem to be plenty of options and the elastic seems more than strong enough to handle anything I'm likely to ask of it.
At first, I hesitated to order this because it seemed pricey. However, after reading other reviews and now handling it, I have to admit that this organizer is worth every cent. It's probably going to last longer than I will.
I'll take other peoples word that this will fit into a pocket, but I'm old enough that my days of BDUs and cargo pants are behind me.Read more ›
Other reviews have already provided a testament to the quality of this gear. If you're still not convinced, borrow one and see for yourself. One way to tell how good quality for these items are on the inside stitching and stress points (e.g. handle ends, webbing, mesh edges, etc). You will find them double-stitched they almost appear to be bar-tacked, only cleaner. YKK zippers and Dupont Teflon-coated, you know this organizer wasn't just prepared to be a "bag inside a bag".
I now have all the "usual" carry-on items in one carrier, transfer them between bags, and not have to worry about forgetting something during the transfer. Fits neatly inside my TacOps cargo-pants pockets, and can be attached as additional bagpocket to any molle-compatible equipment. 5-stars as expected.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I like almost everything about this bag - well made, strong zippers, lots of spots for gear
However, I wish I had paid attention to the following and done some better... Read more
It is a little smaller than it looks, great for flatter items. I use it to hold my phone charger, some cables, small multi-tool, and an external battery for my phone. Read morePublished 9 days ago by John F. Keefe
This is a very well made pouch. I wished it had been made here in the USA. It has very good zipper and amble room in it. Read morePublished 11 days ago by Larry Heath Gregg
Great way to organize dec gear. Fits in larger pockets, can be thrown in a bag or kept in car.Published 12 days ago by Bill W.
Excellent little bag, but a little thinner (depth) than I expected.Published 13 days ago by Eric Montgomery
This a great little organizer, or can be used to hold a subcompact pistol, spare magazine, and small flashlight.Published 18 days ago by Peter Samson
Very well made and holds much more than you might imagine. It's obviously not a toolbox or duffel bag but should easily hold about any of your excess every day carry items.Published 20 days ago by Matt Kandel
This small organizer fits great into my backpack, and it keep all of my gear together. It is well made and holds up to day to day use.Published 21 days ago by Fernando Gonzalez