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BAGSMART Cable Organizer Bag

Wednesday, April 03, 2019

A neat way to hold and separate every day tech accessories such as mice, power banks, phone charger cords and laptop adapters is with a handy electronics organizer/ cable cord bag like the BAGSMART cable organizer bag.
With the BAGSMART cable organizer you can put everything together so you can keep track and save time when trying to find something.
The BAGSMART electronics travel organizer exterior dimensions are 10.2 inches (26 cm) long, 7.9 inches (20cm) wide and 2.4 inches (6cm) high. The BAGSMART electronics bag comes with a dedicated tablet compartment which is technically large enough to store most tablets but not large enough for smart keyboards like the iPad Pro folio.
The 9.7-inch iPad and 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 fit perfectly in the tablet compartment even with their protective cases.
Larger tablets such as the new 10.1 inch Amazon Fire HD 10 and 10-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 also fit but just about and without their protective cases.
Speaking of protection, the BAGSMART cable organizer has fairly minimal padding and the tablet compartment isn't lined with anti-scratch material like soft fleece; hence if you're planning to store a tablet safely in the BAGSMART cable organizer you really want to use a protective case.
The BAGSMART cable organizer is, indeed, an electronics bag but it's more suited for adapters, cables and small peripherals associated with devices.
You can technically stuff in the bag anything you want but that would defeat the purpose of an electronics organizer. Plus, anything too big severely reduces everything else you can store in the bag and because there is no adjustable velcro straps you will not be able to keep bulky items neatly stored.
The BAGSMART organizer is designed to make the best of space by arranging small bulky items like thumb drives, dongles, mice (i.e. Apple Magic Mouse) and charger bricks (i.e. Apple cube charger) inside designated elastic pockets and elastic strips so the items can be easily found.
The elastic mesh pockets are large enough to store a MacBook Pro charger or any other charger with dimensions 7.9cm x 7.9cm x 2.8cm.
Design wise, the BAGSMART organizer is very much modeled after a laptop bag, featuring water-repellent nylon material, a handle on top and storage pockets on both front and back of the bag.
There is no cross body strap on the BAGSMART cable organizer though but you get a durable hand strap that you can use confidently for transportation.
There are three external open pockets on the front of the BAGSMART electronics travel organizer that are accessed via a velcro flap.
On the backside, you find a large and deep zipper compartment. All zippers seem of good quality with pull tabs and smooth zipper teeth opening.
The BAGSMART organizer exterior material is listed as "water repellent nylon" which means the bag is made of nylon fabric and Durable Water Repellent coating applied to the nylon to make it water resistant. Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coatings are typically found on outdoor jackets.
While the bag is resistant to water, the zipper seams are not because they have a basic coil zipper design that shows the teeth.
Water resistant zippers typically use PVC seams and have a reverse coil zipper design that conceals the zipper coils (teeth). A clever way to make a bag waterproof is by using a elastic waterproof cover like seen on the BAGSMART camera day bag.
Internally, you find a 3-layer design consisting of an insert flap in the center to separate the top and bottom sides of the BAGSMART cable organizer.
There are a total of 19 elastic loops with anti-slip covering, 9 mesh elastic open pockets, 3 antislip pouches for memory cards and one dedicated compartment for a tablet.
The bag is flexible enough to hold cords of varying lengths and other bits and bobs and still maintain its shape although the bag is soft sided with minimal rigidity.
Being a small bag, the BAGSMART electronics travel organizer can fit inside another larger bag like a backpack.

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