Rated 4.2 out of 5Â by 9
Rated 2 out of 5Â by BerryNYC Great concept but not sturdily made!
I purchased the GIO Organizer Pouch to hold the many electronic devices, accessories and documents I need to carry for work (my job involves a great deal of travel via public transportation around NYC on a daily basis). While the organizer was a great help in keeping my bag organized and my devices accessible, I was disappointed in the construction, as one of the pockets inexplicably ripped within only a few days after purchasing. That's not the level of quality I've come to expect from the Container Store.
November 19, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5Â by KatzS Keeps me organized!
I travel frequently, and have that generic "electronics & cords" on my packing list. This helps me see that I have packed all the electronics and associated cords -- for 2 cell phones, a mobile hot spot, iPad, iPod....you get the picture. The device fits in one pocket, its power supply in another, and I can quickly see what I'm missing. I use the document pockets for my travel papers and voila -- it all fits neatly into my carryon bag.
April 2, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by MsLifestyleMgmt Keeps My Bag in Control
This item is really great for keeping my large work bag organized. I work from my car often so my bag is oversized and filled with all my office essentials. The GIO organizer helps to keep all my various chargers, office supplies & files in order. It is also easy to pull out and grab to run into a meeting without having to lug my whole bag. The velcro closures keep items secure and the zip pocket holds letter size documents well.
March 31, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Fucrecia Awesome Gadget organizer
I'm a bag lady.
I carry everything in my totes and this "see through" pouch organizes my clutter (ipad, usb, phone,card reader, camera, ext hard drive,etc) w/ease. And because I have so many bags/totes, I can change bags so fast without leaving one item out! Just lift and go.
It is designed for bigger bags, brief cases. Also appreciate the net look- it breathes.
March 24, 2013