The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

I love when Waterfield SF Bags brings a new product to market. They are always well made, beautifully designed and get the job they are intended to do done. When I saw the announcement of the new Waterfield Tech Folio, I knew I wanted to check it out. We have one on the way, but let’s take an early look!

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

I always carry an external battery, a pair of headphones and an assortment of cables and adapters with me. I’m constantly on the lookout for a great way to organize and carry these assorted items, and the Waterfield Tech Folio just may be the holy grail I have been looking for.

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

As is always the case with Waterfield products, the Tech Folio is crafted locally in the company workshop in San Francisco. It comes in either 1050 Denier Ballistic Nylon or Waxed Canvas and measures 10.5″ x 8″ x 2″; 0.95 lb. That makes it small enough to carry everywhere and large enough to carry an assortment of items. As the company notes, it can be used for an assortment of cables and cords, power bricks, dongles and adapters, a mouse, an external hard drive, extra batteries, a phone and tablet and personal items such as a wallet, mints, office keycards, etc.

As Waterfield explains, the Tech Folio:

…is the professional’s everyday carry for storing adapters, dongles, cords and cables, power chargers, SD cards, an external drive, earbuds, phone, tablet, and more. Designed specifically for those who take their gadgets everywhere they go, the unique pocket-storage system makes it quick and easy to store uncoiled cords and is flexible enough to protect bulky and slim devices. It’s also great for carrying personal items.

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

A front zippered pocket opens to reveal pockets for pens and an Apple Pencil, a phone and some cables you will frequently need. As we have seen with other Waterfield products, a bright liner helps you see what is being stored in the Tech Folio.

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

When you zip open the main compartment, you find the primary storage space. This is divided into a series of zippered pockets that are made from a mesh material that allows you to see what is inside. There are also open pockets for a mouse and an external hard drive. There is also a large open pocket that is perfectly sized for a tablet.

The Tech Folio is not overly complex but has enough storage and assorted pockets for the items you’ll want to carry during the work day or on a quick trip.

Features:

  • Unique pocket-storage-system is flexible tor carrying cables & cords, slim or bulky items, tech gear or personal items. Cable management is a breeze–– no need to coil. Just bunch it up, zip it in the pocket in seconds.
  • Ideal for those who take their gadgets and gear wherever they go.
  • Transparent mesh pockets let you see at-a-glance all the items you have stored. Deep, plush pockets expand to protect odd-sized objects.
  • Can be used on its own, or inserted in other bags.
  • Fits in professional and casual settings.

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

In short, “the Tech Folio was designed specifically for those who like to take along their tech gear and electronics everywhere they go.”

GearDiary The Waterfield Tech Folio Is Ready for All Your Cables and Gear

The Waterfield Tech Folio is available in either black ballistic nylon with black leather trim or waxed canvas with chocolate leather trim. Both are $119 and will be shipping later this month. Check it out here.


About the Author

Dan Cohen
Having a father who was heavily involved in early laser and fiber-optical research, Dan grew up surrounded by technology and gadgets. Dan’s father brought home one of the very first video games when he was young and Dan remembers seeing a “pre-release” touchtone phone. (When he asked his father what the “#” and “*” buttons were his dad said, “Some day, far in the future, we’ll have some use for them.”) Technology seemed to be in Dan’s blood but at some point he took a different path and ended up in the clergy. His passion for technology and gadgets never left him. Dan is married to Raina Goldberg who is also an avid user of Apple products. They live in New Jersey with their golden doodle Nava.