Fill the GEEK POCKET™ with your Professional Two-Way Radio like the Motorola MTX Series or an ACR SAR Personal Locator Beacon.
The GEEK POCKET™ has Annex Clips™ (shown in the open position in the slide show above) hinge closed which sandwiches and secures onto your straps or belt loops. Place open end of clip behind strap or belt loop and snap the clips shut. To remove, squeeze the clip ends to open. Top clip is secure, while bottom clip is adjustable to fit different strap configurations.
GEEK POCKET™ Specs
For all your Geek needs
The GEEK POCKET™ is a pouch that attaches to backpack straps, belt loops, hydration packs, PFDs, climbing harnesses, parasail harnesses, etc. using easy to attach/remove Annex Clips™ to hold it securely in place. It is designed to hold a GPS, 2-way Radio, glasses and/or glass cases, bear spray canister, camera, Personal Locator Beacon, cell phone, iPhones, snacks, etc.
The GEEK POCKET™ is different from other utility pockets because of it's method of attaching to the pack strap, its size, and convenience to access larger gadgets without interfering with mobility.
The pocket has a durable waterproof canvas exterior and Polartec® WindPro® water-resistant fleece lining.
The pocket is intended for hikers, bikers, snowmobilers, paddlers, climbers, hunters, paragliders, and more.
A hook/loop strap secures the contents of the pocket but still allows GPS, Radio, and Personal Locator Beacon antennas to stick out for clear signals.
GEEK POCKET™ Customer Comments
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Feedback on Your Experience with the GEEK POCKET™
I just wanted you to know that my iPhone 6 Plus with its Lifeproof case fits like a glove in your Geek Pocket. My iPhone is easily removed and put back into the Geek Pocket. I think your pocket is more like a holster for my iPhone. The long velcro strap is easy to grab onto even with lobster gloves on. The annex clips are just amazing with their adjustability. It is an easy on and an easy off. A lot of the pockets out there almost have to be woven into the proper position on a strap if they can be secured at all.
My only minor criticism of your Geek Pocket is that I wish it had more of a protective lid on it with a buckle backing up the velcro. My concern is that your pocket could fill up with snow and or rain with the iPhone out of the pocket. With the Lifeproof case, that is not a real problem. However, it could be an issue for a lot of other electronic devices that are not waterproof.
Overall, on a scale of 1 to 10 with a 10 being the best, your Geek Pocket is right around a 15. Yes, it's that amazing. I can't wait to show it off to some off to some of the staff at my local REI. They have been trying to help me find something that would work for months. Besides, they need to know about your product.
Thanks again for all of your great help. I really appreciated it!
GEEK POCKET™ Media & Reviews
BushwalkingBlog.com - January 2013 -
Backpackgeartest.org - reviewed 2012 - http://www.backpackgeartest.org/reviews/Packs/Pack%20Accessories/Backcountry%20Solutions%20Geek%20Pocket/Test%20Report%20by%20Edwin%20Morse/
BACKPACKER Magazine - 2012 Gear Guide - April Issue - page 119 - or on-line at
Gear Junkie - September 29, 2011 - http://gearjunkie.com/backpack-hip-pockets-and-pouches