The black Travel Tech Pouch from Peak Design is part of a compartment system that enhances the ability to organize the contents of a Peak Design Travel-Series bag. Specifically designed for electronics accessories, it features a zippered, clamshell configuration with 15 internal organizational pockets to hold a range of devices such batteries, memory cards, portable hard drives, cables, or power adapters. Internal and external zippered pockets along the length of the Travel Tech Pouch are each suitable for a passport, a smartphone, folded documents, or pens; and for a separately available power bank stored inside the Travel Tech Pouch, a power cord pass-through leading from the interior and through the external zippered pocket enables connectivity to external devices and power sources.
When placing the Travel Tech Pouch itself within a compatible Travel-Series bag, separately available Peak Design C-Clips allow it to become a securely mounted compartment. The Travel Tech Pouch is then prevented from shifting, and can be made to have its zippered openings align with the Travel-Series bag's own openings for seamless accessibility to the equipment inside.
While not in use as an internal Travel-Series bag compartment, the Travel Tech Pouch features a durable, weather-resistant nylon construction and two external handles.
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