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    Product Review:

    Strap Pack Adjustable Utility Pouch

    Sometimes the simplest products are the handiest. I recently sampled a Strap Pack Adjustable Utility Pouch. In case you hadn't heard of the convenient little gadget, it's a small ( 6"H x 3.5"W X 2"D )heavy duty waterproof 1000D nylon with adjustable elastic band to securely hold items up to 8+ inches. Their ads promote it as useful for carrying radios, rechargers, GPS, remotes, etc on your backpack strap or belt.

    The key to its holding ability is a little devise called a Clackit Clip. It's made of super strong plastic and clips around any of your existing straps. It was designed by a California hiker who realized that all of the items he needed most often were in his backpack.

    So instead of having to stop and take it off each time, he devised this clip and several pouches such as my Strap Pack Adjustable Utility Pouch and a water bottle holder, a smart phone holder, and others to allow you to have the things you need most close at hand.

    I found it can do a lot more than he had in mind. Consider when heading for the airport with a full suitcase, purse and a camera bag. Do you want to stop and put all of these down at each place you need to show id and boarding pass? It's much easier to just snap the pouch to you camera bag or purse strap and when you step up to the counter or TSA, all the needed ID are handy without fumbling in a stuffed purse --or wallet in your back pocket for you guys.

    I am able to stuff my very full wallet, phone and assorted ID papers each into one of the three separate compartments.

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