Maxpedition MX266B, Zaino da Escursionismo Unisex – Adulto, Nero, Taglia Unica
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Borsa Maxpedition Beefy Pocket. Dimensione complessiva: 15.2 cm di larghezza x 20.3 cm di altezza x 6.3 cm di spessore. Si attacca su zaino o in borsa. Apertura scomparto principale con doppia zip. Interno sinistro: tasca a bustina, portachiavi, tie-down loop, organizer elastico con 9 divisioni. Interno destro: tasca con zip, organizer elastico con 6 divisioni. Centro interno contiene ulteriori passante elastico. Esterno Anteriore: patch di 5 x 10 cm, chiusura a gancio di 14 x 11.4 cm. Esterno posteriore: manico per il trasporto; cinghie di fissaggio. MOLLE compatibile. Fissare con due cinghie di fissaggio da 7.6 cm TacTie (vendute separatamente). Colore: nero.
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This city is a little sensitive to (legal carry) guns, pocket knives (over the legal 2"), and EDC gear just hanging out in plain sight. With this pouch I have what I need and its no issue
You can use it for whatever lame crap you carry around too...its a good pouch
I consolidated my first aid kit and "survival kit" into this pouch, which I then throw in my pack when I go hunting/camping/hiking.
Two "beefs" with the the product.
First, any smaller items you may have (batteries, fishing hooks, fire starters) will be swimming around inside the pouch. I solved this issue by using small bags to group together like items, and then stuffing the bags under the straps in the pouch. If this isn't an option a smaller pouch may be better.
Second, and this issue is mostly with the seller/distributor, but the pouch I received had obviously been sitting on the shelf for awhile. The elastic bands inside the pouch are hard and crusty from the elastic drying out. I'm not sure how this will affect performance in the long run, and obviously this would happen while it sits in my pack over the years, but it would be nice to receive a new product when I pay for one.
Will a Kindle Fire HD 7" (with a flat case/stand) fit in this?
Here's what currently fits in mine:
Kindle Fire HD 7" (main compartment)
Perixx folding BT keyboard (zippered pocket in main compartment)
Anker aux. battery (inner zip along spine)
Moto 1A 2-port USB mini charger (with Anker)
2 short USB cables (cover loops)
2 spare cell batteries (back cover loops)
Plantronics Legend charging cable (cover loop)
Two pens (cover loops)
A Levenger Circline pad (inside cover slip pocket)
Prescription reading glasses in case (main comp., on top of Kindle)
LG HBS-700 headset (main compartment, on top of Kindle)
It's a bit of a squeeze, set up for extreme mobile office/writing and phone mobile hotspotting This is a very, very lean setup --- there's not much room for anything else, so this would be more of a guy (or person with lots of pockets) setup.
The construction of this pouch is typical Max Bombproof, but seems a bit more forgiving in structure. But ...
The interior elastic loops are very, very TOUGH. If your stuff doesn't fit smoothly, the cover will be pulled and reduce the caacity. The large, "under-loops" are especially rigid --- and, as mentioned, the pouch isn't that rigid. If you use this with a Kindle the loops on the inside of the body will probably never get used.
I wish they'd put the handle strap across the top, instead of on the back.
None. Be nice if it had some way of adding a light strap. Or keys. (There is an inner d-ring/strap, but nothing external except malice strpping.)
The fixed edge of the cover has a really, really big seam. Nice and sturdy, but when folded closed it eats up space form a spine-mounted elastic loop.
External Mesh Pocket
Alot of their stuff has very snug external meshes, and this is no exception. If you load this thing to the gills, the external mesh pocket becomes almost decorative.
This was a specifically-tasked purchase, as outlined above --- and in spite of (what I see as) some (fairly minor) shortcomings, I'm still very happy with this. It's the perfect minimalist waiting room pod, or quick-grab ultra-mini-office. Leave out the keyboard, you can stuff a paperback inside, too.
I don't pretend to have structural solutions for each of my litle gripes; I'm sure an updated model will appear evenually, since the "Beefy" is an update, itself.
I hope this review helps --- I searched all over for something like this that specified that it would fit a Kindle HD 7". This piece does exactly what I asked!
Instead of a "tactical D-ring," I found that those failsafe aircraft cable keyrings are perfect ring additions on the back straps.
If you're looking for this for a Fire HD7, consider this:
The Maxpedition 3"x5" Hook & Loop zip pouch will hold a RAVpower router/hotspot/card reader/battery pack, a cable, a MicroSD cardholder, a MicroSD-SD-USB adaper, and a thumb drive --- and it will stick solidly to the hook patch on the Beefy, above. This works nicely to add infinite external memory to a tablet (or your phone) --- wirelessly. So you can stick it on, turn it on, have an SD and a USB running and linked to the tablet & phone, and just leave it in the 3x5. If this sounds "geeky," well ... anyway, you can hotspot your phone, tab, etc. simultaneously and pass web access through. I'm babbling about all of this because, if you're assembling a mega-mobile micro-office, this seems to be about as dense and micro as you can get!)