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Maxpedition E.D.C. Pocket Organizer
Reviews: Maxpedition E.D.C. Pocket Organizer
Reviewed by 6 customers
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Nice little Pouch
Reviewer: GrannyKass | Central Illinois
Small sized organizer for the little things needed on any kind of outing. Fits well in a cargo/BDU pocket, in a pack or a purse. Holds a multitude of pens/pencils, flashlights mini pry tools, para-cord, notebook, small maps, loose papers or reference cards, and anything else you might need to carry that isn't overly bulky. Keeps all the little stuff nicely organized for EDC carry. Will hold 3X5" or 4X6" notebook on either side or both.
Reviewer: Corsair | Sonoma, CA
Even though I've carried the usual things a guy carries for years (wallet, knife, cellphone) I've always been jealous of the amount of useless crap a woman can carry in her purse. It's a practical, organized way to carry quite a bit of the stuff you always wished you could. Mind you, this is not really meant to be a wallet, or a cellphone holster. Sure, you could put your money and cellphone in it but you really don't want to be getting into this pouch every 5 minutes.
The organizer it's self is built really well, it feels very durable. The amount of elastic divisions is nice compared to other organizers. Size-wise though... I knew the dimensions of this organizer before I ordered it, measured my cargo pocket to make sure it would fit and it does. But, it's not as discrete as I was hoping. I keep it in my right cargo pocket and you can definitely tell by looking I have got something fairly large crammed in there. In hindsight, I wish I would have ordered the mini (even though it's almost the same price as this full-sized one.) So, if you're looking to be inconspicuous you might want to order the mini, or maybe even the micro if everything you want to put in it is small enough.
Also, the hand loop is really annoying. Sure, I could get a seam popper and take it off, but what if I need it one day? Still, it's annoying. There's not a lot you can do with it either, aside from living with it or taking it off.
All in all this is a very good pocket organizer. It might cost a bit more than most of the other organizers but the elastic divisions on the right panel are worth it.
Great if you have the right pants
Reviewer: Idodots | Alburguerque, NM
I bought this as a way to organize my pockets so I could fill them with goodies like a flashlight, screwdrivers, bandages, etc.
I own several pair of Propper lightweight tactical pants and some 5.11 taclite pants, this pocket organizer does not fit in the cargo pockets, it's to big and sticks out of the top of the pocket. It's the same with normal cargo pants. I believe it could fit in ACU pants but that's about it. However, they fit pretty well in the very large back pocket on the Propper pants, they also fit in the back pocket of the 5.11 taclite pants but not as well. Because of the slant on the 5.11's rear pocket, part of the pocket organizer sticks out. In short, is is a great product for people who own pants with big enough pockets, but chances are, you probably don't.
Maxpedition - Amazing organization and qulaity
Reviewer: Kaye | Seattle, WA
Maxpedition products are top notch. The quality is second to none. This was my first Maxpedition product and I have since bought several other items and have more on my list - I simply love them! This EDC Pocket Organizer is a great way to keep together all of those little things that would otherwise be roaming and floating around by themselves in a bag/purse/whatever. I keep a lot of those useful little things that are good to have around and transfer it between different bags (mainly between my bag and my motorcycle saddlebag). That way I know I always have what I might need. This little organizer is small enough to fit in a cargo pocket but it holds a TON of stuff!
To give you an idea, here is what I currently keep in mine:
* In the front mesh pocket I keep a hair tie and a mini bungee cord
* Inside I've got super glue, pen-shaped screw driver, Leatherman Kick, pen, Sharpie, flint & steel, pen-shaped spray-style hand sanitizer, Streamlight Stylus Pro flashlight, razor blade, mini pry tool, Gorilla tape, electrical tape, small notepad, Tide 2 Go, Advil, chapstick
* On the Molle webbing on the back I have a small LED clip light
As you can see it holds a really lot of stuff. I could probably fit a couple more things in there but it's fairly packed and I'm comfortable with the current thickness. The zippers work excellently and the seams are very strong. The nylon is nice and thick and water resistant. You will not be disappointed in this product!
Best little pouch
Reviewer: David Chronister | Buffalo, NY
I use this pouch to carry all of the various cords for my electronics. It keeps everything organized, neat and protected. Much, much better than just coiling them up and tossing them into my bag. The quality of this item is awesome as well. Pretty much looks like it will last forever.
Reviewer: Jawn | Kansas, USA
They call it a pocket organizer, but I have very few pants with pockets big enough to hold this thing. It's too tall for my Wrangler cargo khaki pockets, and the same problem with a pair of 5.11 cargo pants I have. It does fit a raggedy old pair of Mossimo shorts I rarely wear tho.
For its intended purpose, I give it 3 stars. It's not much of a pocket organizer if it won't fit in your pocket. I guess I'll see if I can find another use for this one and buy the "mini" version (4x6", vs this one being 5x7").
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