These things are perfect. I use one as a first aid kit and the other to store all of my camera accessories. It fits everything without problem and has a ton of pockets to keep everything organized.
What a handy little piece of gear. Love the organization and ability to hold so much in a small space.
Good backpacking organizer
Nice light organizer with plenty of storage options. Used it for drone batteries and accessories for taking out in the field
Great for Snow Study Kit - Fits Rite in the Rain!
I use this to organize my snow study kit for Avalanche Education/Training/General Observations. It's light and compact and has enough pockets to keep things together. It fits a standard Rite in the Rain (and/or BCA/AIARE notebook) for snow pit obs and other trip planning. I'm able to fit the notebook, 2 pencils, crystal card, BCA slope meter, thermometer, 10x mag lens, Rustchblock cord, and a set of Avy education cards plus a few little bandaids, chapstick, etc. in the front pocket. I'm highly impressed with it's capacity and the organization is excellent. For not being purpose-built for my use - it's pretty dang close!
Long-term durability hasn't been tested, but I'm careful with my kit, so I anticipate a long life with the occasional application of some Tenacious Tape.
Outdoor Educator Eli
Backpacking with overnights off grid, great for organization
Perfect for keeping contacts together in a daypack so they are easy to locate when waking up blind.
Been up to Hood, Adams and Rainier. This makes life a lot easier! Also use one in my hunting kit and it is essential to keep everything organized
More travel than backcountry
More travel than backcountry, with its hook, stiffener and type of compartments. Still, pretty good for that purpose.
Solid piece of gear
Bought to use as storage for first aid and other essentials. Very nice to have all those small items in the same place. Durable and plenty of compartments.
Backcountry Organizer #2
Which is the best size for a first aid kit?
I recommend size #1 or #2 depending on what's in your kit; #3 is more appropriate for use as a toiletry bag.