REVIEW OneTigris® Tacti-Tech Electronics Organizer & Travel Pouch

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OneTigris Tacti-Tech Electronics Organizer & Travel Pouch

  • Mil-spec 500D Nylon construction for durability and water/dirt/abrasion resistance
  • Customizable compartments with hook-and-loop barrier strips to hold different items on different days
  • 6 mesh pockets and 6 elastic banded sheaths inside for keeping cables apart and in place
  • 3.5” by 7.5” loop panel on the front for morale patches and name patches
  • Cable exit on the top right corner for charging electronics or transporting files
  • Top carry handle with reinforced stitching for easy carry
  • MOLLE compatible with 4 rows of webbing at the front and 3 at the back for attaching to gear or fixing on tools
  • Clamshell design with YKK snag-free zippers for easy access and rearrangement
This is my review on the OneTigris Tacti-Tech Electronics Organizer and Travel Pouch. I was quite pleased to be chosen as one of the testers for this product, as I had my eye on it for a pouch to go on my dogs vest. When it arrived I was pleased with the quality of the product, its very well made with care and detailed stitching, zippers are easy to use and manage with my hands. The removable dividers make it flexible in being able to adjust the compartment sizes. Once I tried it on the Firewatcher vest and saw it fit, I ordered a second so the vest would be balanced. I set one up as a Med kit and one as a dog kit. The cable exit on the top right corner works perfectly for potty bags on one bag and the second bag set up as a med kit I'm going to get hand sanitizer wipes for. A dream come true for a service dog handler, easy access to clean up after my dog and then clean my hands if need be. We went for a short hike today to try out the fit and see how things travel with MS Vita, busy girl. I was quite pleased to see the bags travelled well, stayed in place for the most part despite her lunging up a hill. I think the set up looks pretty sharp and the entire set up weights today with what is in the pictures, is just under 4lbs. This is the perfect setup for us when we do our Pack Walks with my group.I am very happy with the Travel pouch, cant really think of how it needs to be improved, but perhaps after a few more times using it I'll think of something which could be changed. I have several videos from today and using it, but I'm having trouble uploading them, file size too big. Summary a very functional pouch, which works well as a pair of pouches for a Service dog vest.
 

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Thank you Leah! That's a innovative way of how the maximize the utility of the bag cuz we target it as a pouch for electronic devices and parts. Glad it could work for the training and outing of your dogs!:love:
Thank you Rin, I know it was targeted as an electronic organizer and there was already a great review of it as such. This is,just another way it could be used and the way I will use it. I'll add the video links now.
 
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I was anxious to see how the pouches would travel with Ms Rambunctious, I was pleased to see there was no interference with her movement and the bags travelled well. The harness needs some padding for this type of work and I would not want to do miles and miles without more protection for her in the chest and underbelly. After this short hike 2 miles, riding in the car there and back she was free of any red areas or rubs.
 
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Thank you Leah for your vids! Glad those pouches works well for your dogs. And we are not upgrading the harness, I will forward the padding concern you mentioned to the designer.;)
 
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Thank you Leah for your vids! Glad those pouches works well for your dogs. And we are not upgrading the harness, I will forward the padding concern you mentioned to the designer.;)
Thank you Rin, I was referring to the new service dog vest which is being designed, I thought it was based of the Firewatcher design. For my purposes, since I use Vita for counterbalance and to apply light traction up and down hills, padding in those areas provides protection and padding for her when she is working and encourages her to get into the harness and not back off. With just the change in using the Firewatcher with the front straps and under piece coming up from her chest, verses nothing there or just a 1" nylon webbing, she did a much better job helping on the down grades and up than without. The last bit of this video where we are going back down is exactly where I want her and the perfect, sweet spot, of traction to help my gait and balance, notice my gait change becomes more regular:) Some people seeing these videos may not understand why she is in front of me. The reason is to assist my gait. When we are working in public she takes a heel position, uneven terrain I prefer her in front to help me navigate.