WaterField Designs goes bigger with revamped Surface Accessories Pouch
WaterField Designs has redesigned its Surface Accessories Pouch to be a little bigger for all of the Surface accessories you may be toting around.
When it comes to picking out a pouch or sleeve for tech goodies, it's typically the big stuff, like laptops and tablets, that gets the attention. However, accessories can use a little love too, and that's just the segment WaterField Designs is targeting with its latest bag, an updated version of the Surface Accessories Pouch.
As the name suggests, the pouch was built to hold any Surface accessories you might be toting around. WaterField Designs says that it has redesigned the pouch to be larger, so as to better accommodate the needs of Surface Book users.
As part of the redesign, WaterField says that the new Surface Accessories Pouch is now taller than the original. There are dedicated slots for the Surface Mouse, Surface Dial, the Surface Pen, and the Surface power brick, along with two extra cord pockets. Each pocket is padded and scratch-free, and there's additional space between pockets to stash other accessories.
If you're looking for a stylish way to carry your Surface accessories (or any others, for that matter) from place to place, then the Surface Accessories Pouch looks like a solid option. The pouch is available now from WaterField in "Black Ballistic" and "Waxed Canvas" for $79.
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Ha. I spoke to Gary about this a while back. Glad he took feedback on board!
Might be fair to mention it got a $20 price bump. I can't tell them apart and the video appears old on the site
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