These compact carry cases were designed to hold your personal electronics tight and secure on your belt, but we discovered that they do so much more.
These rugged nylon pouches are lined with tacsoft to protect your sensitive electronics from scratches.
They come in two sizes:
Small size: 3" L x .7" W x .1.8" H (there is a little "wiggle room" on these measurements) holds items like micro cell phones, pagers and military compact battery holders.
Large size ( New Rev 2 ) : 4.5" L x .7" W x 3" H
- New Added Pipping For Added Durability
- New Neoprene Interior For Added Protection
(there is a little "wiggle room" on these measurements) holds larger items and features a velcro loop panel (4" x 2") across the front of the flap to attach your team patch to. The large size holds items like Apple iPhone, Blackberry 8800, five 12ga shotgun shells, GP-4L pocket shortwave and more.
This is a good piece of gear. Solid and well proportioned. It falls short on battery carry due to the fact that the ends slop out too loosely allowing batteries to slip out. As a small gear pouch it is perfectly adequate. Compared to the cost of similar products for other manufacturers (Rhymes with FAD), this is a really good deal.
These little guys are incredibly handy in my opinion. As one would expect, they are incredibly well made from high grade materials. They are handy for all kinds of uses. I use some for storing batteries in my B.O.B., I also use them in conjunction with the Industrial Strength Survival Food Grade Tins. Those tins fit these pouches perfectly, and can make all kinds of small items one would carry for EDC far more manageable than just having them floating around in all your pockets. I actually carry one of the tins in one of these pouches on my belt as part of my EDC. I also have found that they work well as add on to many kinds of bags, as long as they fit on the strap of the bag. The velcro on the larger ones is an added bonus for all of us morale patch enthusiasts, and gives a good size spot for a patch or two depending on the size.
Type II diabetic here. Searched high and low for a belt pouch to hold my Freestyle libre blood glucose meter, and the large PCC ticks all the boxes: just the right size, great quality, all at a great price.