If I have gotten it back then, the pouch would have cost just US$48 (S$65).
Now, it is retailing for US$59.95 (S$82) on Amazon and shipping to Singapore is an additional US$8.47 (S$12).
In Singapore, the recommended retail price of Peak Design Tech Pouch seems to be S$99. One of the shops selling it is Red Dot Photo.
Two colors are available, Black and Sage. I bought the Black.
Designed to also be weatherproof, the outer fabric of the pouch is made from recycled 200D nylon canvas while the zip is a sturdy #8 weatherproof zip. I have no idea what does “sturdy #8” means, can’t seem to find anything on Google.
The pouch measures 24 x 10 x 15 (cm), weighs 250 g, and its volume is 2L.
One unique feature of the pouch is the dual external carry handles. This allows you to slot four of your fingers into the back handle and your thumb to the front handle for better grip when the pouch is being opened.
There is an external charging pocket that comes with cable pass-through for charging your phone when it is placed in that pocket.
Besides the external charging pocket, there are also two loops at the back for you to attach things to the pouch or a strap so you can sling the pouch.
Peak Design Tech Pouch is designed to have many pockets. To be precise, it has 21 origami-style pockets.
Here are all my items in the bag:
- Apple AirPods (2016)
- Ugreen Portable Apple Watch Charger
- Nomad Universal Cable (0.3m)
- Anker Powerline II USB-C to Lightning Cable
- Anker PowerLine+ USB-C to USB-C Cable
- Anker PowerLine+ USB-A to USB-C Cable
- Anker PowerLine+ USB-A to Lightning Cable
- Anker PowerLine II USB-A to Micro USB-A Cable
- USB-A to Micro USB-A Cable
- Xiaomi Mi 10,000mAh Power Bank Pro
- HyperDrive 7-in-2 USB-C Hub
- HyperDrive 4K HDMI 3-in-1 USB-C Hub
- SanDisk Dual USB Drive Type-C
- SanDisk MicroSD to SD Card Adapter
- Satechi Aluminum USB-C Micro/SD Card Reader
- nonda USB-C to USB-A 3.0 Mini Adapter
- Innergie 60C USB-C Power Adapter with USB-C to USB-C Cable, and UK Plug
- Flip Quad 4-Port USB-A Charger