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NEW PRODUCTS – Maker-Friendly Zipper Cases in Various Colors

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NEW PRODUCTS – Maker-Friendly Zipper Cases in Various Colors


How many pockets does an OTG (On The Go) maker need to carry their boards, wires, miscellanea when away from their desk? The world may never know. Instead of chucking your Raspberry Pi or Metro M0 Express into the abyss of your cargo pants, backpack, or purse, you can pick up a candy-colored Zipper Case!

We got one of these with some electronics we bought online and fell in love with it as these are the exact perfect size for hackers and makers who have projects they carry to/from events, work or school. Not too big and not too small, these are perfect for packing your microprocessor or single-board-computer of choice. There’s even a little pocket on the inside that you can use to tuck in accessories like USB cables, probes, jumper wires, extra batteries, etc!

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This pouch will easily fit your whoosits and whatsits galore under 100 x 60 x 20mm (you can go thicker if you don’t use the pocket). We have them in a wide range of colors, so you can easily identify which is what. We like using a permanent ‘sharpie’ marker on the outside as well.

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