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Maxpedition Mini Pocket Organizer

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Foliage Grn
  • Small items organizer that fits neatly into a pant cargo pocket
  • Very compact 4? x 6? x 0.75? size
  • Full clamshell opening main compartment with dual zips
  • Inside left: Slip pocket; key ring; elastic organizer with 6 divisions
  • Inside right: Slip pocket; tie-down loop; elastic organizer with 4 divisions
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Product Description

The Maxpedition MINI E.D.C. Pocket Organizer is a great pouch for Everyday Carry (EDC) items that is small enough to fit in most cargo pockets or drops easily into a bag or backpack. Measuring 4" x 6" x 10.75 the Mini Pocket Organizer is designed to be a mini survival kit. The pouch has a full clam shell opening facilitated by double zippers with zipper pulls. The inside has a large pocket on each side plus numerous wide elastic bands divided for easy organizing and securing the contents.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B005CSYV82
  • Item model number: 0259
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (120 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,440 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

Very well constructed; very durable.
Austin Crumley
This will fit in even a smaller sized cargo pocket, and has many dividers and elastic loops for holding small items.
Prepper10
The Mini Organizer is the perfect size and fits all the same stuff, just more compactly.
anonymous31415926535

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Satch on February 25, 2012
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I bought this to affix to a Maxpedition Kodiak Gearslinger, and it does fit reasonably well to the right side panel. I was pleased to find that it will also slide neatly into the outer pocket of a Duluth briefcase that I carry most days, and that it can be comfortably worn in the large pocket of a pair of cargo pants.

This piece very effectively consolidates and organizes a variety of things that I generally carry every day (see customer image). There are a number of options for keeping the contents in order including: elastic straps, pockets, and a key keeper. Everything fits securely somewhere, nothing moves around, and I'm pleased with the layout.

The Mini Pocket Organizer, like most of the Maxpedition gear, is constructed of very tough material. I expect it to last a long time.

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Update: 4/5/12

In the course of using this organizer, I have gradually added more and more stuff to it. Now I have about twice as much jammed in there as you can see in my customer images, and everything is still organized and functional. It's a good piece of gear that seems to get better as you use it.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By mikeo on March 4, 2012
Color Name: Foliage GrnSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
Being, pretty much, disabled, I need to have everything that I need, to use, with me all the time. this mini organizer fits the bill very well. Pens, a sharpie, a torx bit screwdriver, pen knife, mini flashlight, notebook, doctor's info including a list of my meds, chapstick, and mini bic lighter all fit in well, and the whole kit fits well, in my cargo pocket. Recommended for all who need an EDC bag.
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19 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Downing on December 21, 2011
Color Name: DFC Verified Purchase
Just received my Maxpedition Mini Pocket Organizer. I have a Spec-Ops Brand Mini Pocket Organizer that costs $27. I like the Maxpedition bag better. It has many more elastic loops and some loops that can hold larger things like a cell phone or larger diameter flashlight. The Spec Ops loops are only big enouth for pen or pencil size objects. The key clip in the Spec ops is on a long strap which tends to get in the way when zipping the bag closed. The Maxpedition has a shorter key clip strap. Also, the Max has a one inch 550 cord loop on the righ hand side to attach things to. The two bags are very close to the same size. At $15 the Maxpedition is a real value, just as well made and I like it better than the Spec Ops (which has a great reputation).
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By smartydog904 on December 9, 2012
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I started out with the EDC pocket organizer thinking it would be so big I wouldn't be able to fill it. Well....filled it the first day!! Loved it for my office supplies slips right into my Operator tactical bag. Since I don't use it daily, missed having it with me as it was a bit too big for my every day bag. So after tons of u-tube videos, along came the mini....perfect fit. Holds all my daily use items, small enough to slip into most any bag and stores a ton of gear! Everyone can attest to their quality, durability and amazing ability to close no matter how much you jam into them!! 3 x 5 rite in the rain fits in the slip pocket with room to spare. Pens, markers, lighter, tape measure, mini pry bar, all the usual stuff. No matter which size you buy, you'll be happy & surprised at what they will hold.

I like to be organized, so after much consideration, as these are not exactly cheap. The fatty is on my shopping list!!! Will be a great addition to my car. So if you can afford it, get it, worth the money.

Bottom line: Bet you can't buy just one!! They will grow on you...must be something in the material, the more you use it the more you want another one!
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By reviewer on December 25, 2012
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
This pouch is able to be carried in one of your larger pockets and it is made with very durable material that is sewn up good and strong. And (unlike my Maxpedition micro that I bought first) this Maxpedition mini easily fits a small notebook and is still able to fit very snugly into my cargo pants or preferably in my inner jacket pocket so it doesn't bounce around on the side of my leg as I walk.

I didn't like that it had two zipper pulls, so I broke one of the zipper pulls off by crushing it carefully (so to not hurt the zipper) with my vice and I didn't like the large Velcro patch either, so I carefully un-stitched it and took it off also and now to me it looks a whole lot better without the large Velcro patch.

I also removed the plastic clip on the inside that you're supposed to attach things to, because the clip was too large and it was just dangling there getting in the way. Then I burnt anywhere that the fabric was fraying and any thread ends that were too long, and doing so made it look nicer and it melted the fraying material together so it could not fray any further.

So far this is what I keep in it and Wow does this pouch really hold a lot !

6 Band aids
A Zebra H600 flashlight with a homemade head band made out of suspenders, for hands free light.
A 6 inch drop forged steel crescent wrench
A small 4 1/2 by 3 1/4th inch 80 page notebook and pen
A large Leatherman core multi-tool
A pocket "penlike" 4 in 1 Screwdriver
A 6 inch vise grips
A telescoping magnet
A flat whistle from tops knives
A heavy duty peanut lighter from county comm
And pain killers and Zantac heartburn relief
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