The Exped Vista Organisers are tough transparent pouches with weatherproof YKK zips. The Vista organisers are great for documents, maps, first aid kits, money and small electrical items like digital cameras and iPods.
The zips provide quick access which is great for things that require repeated use. The Vista Organisers are weatherproof but NOT 100% waterproof (i.e. not submersible). Each Vista has a small security clip and a holed tab that allows it to be attached to a clip in a rucksack.
|Small A6||21 x 12 x 2cm||25g|
|Medium A5||29 x 17 x 5cm||40g|
|Large A4||37 x 23 x 4cm||55g|
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Must have for the small things you need or do not have to use every time out there. Water protected and visual it's easier to keep order and save time. Hardly any weight at all. I got the small one and it suites me perfect.
Excellent Organiser for storing important papers whilst travelling!
Unfortunately Facewest was out of stock of one of the items I ordered, but was credited with the refund without any hassle
This is the second one that i have bought. There are perfect for carrying important documentation whilst I have been away on School trips abroad. With a clear outside they allow me to see what is inside easily and without having to keep opening it. It was invaluable on a recent Scottish trip, when I used it to organise my food.
Simply awesome bags - so much better than the standard "zip-locks". I got the A4, A5 & A6 sizes (in decreasing size order). Typical Exped quality with strong seams & equally good at keeping liquids in or out - the luminous zip fob has also been useful countless times. The smaller A6 size is best for a wash kit. I like that it's see-through but not completely translucent - but maybe that's a personal thing. The A5 I use for bike tools, including gaffer tape, spare tube, cool tool etc. Whereas the largest A4 is excellent for non-waterproof maps, leaflets about accommodation & guides. I was wary initially as the thought does cross one's mind about "why increase the pack weight with something that does nothing?" but I've since found that I was wrong. They do do something - they keep stuff very organised (thus allowing me to find what I'm looking for, far more easily), dry (very important when touring), they're so easy to tell at a glance what's in them & so on. I know a lot of people have rated this piece of kit very highly & I just wanted to add my penny's worth, bc it's so very deserved. I hope they don't stop making them (although mine are still going strong!)
These are great for organising all the bits and bobs you might want to take on any trip, with the advantage that you can see the contents. Stuff easily into your rucksack and so far appear to be very durable. The A6 size is also great for keeping a compact camera safe and dry. Another quality Exped product.
I use this to keep my smaller items in my laptop bag and have a second I take out in my mountain bike bag. Nice and tough so sharper items don't get through thinner similar cases, yet the seethroughness is great.
Very useful bit of kit. Ideal for footcare/meds or just car keys.
The vista organisers by Exped are incredibly weatherproof, versatile and robust. The seems are taped and the zipper highly water resistent, and they have proved highly effective at keeping gear in my ruscksack dry despite torrential rain. I have a collection of different sizes. The A6 size is perfect for personal hygiene items when backpacking, and I use another A6 size for storing an external battery, USB charging equipment and MP3 players etc, and another again to store my compass, headtorch, firestarting kit etc. The A5 size I use for guidebooks, and will take up to three stacked, folded OS maps. The A4 size easily takes A4 pages without needing to fold the page to fit through the zip (the actual size of the pouch is larger than A4). This pouch is particularly useful for storing or transporting important documents or certificates when travelling.
I've got A6 size - perfect for a smartphone, documents, some cash, spare batteries for a camera. Would probably work as a small wash bag too. Very good quality, looks like it will last forever. Waterproof enough to survive 9 hours in the rain followed by snow (in the lid pocket).
I am the type who packs stuff in kits, I have my first-aid-kit, odds-and-ends-kit, avalanche-rescue-kit, personal-hygiene-kit, stove-kit, eating-kit and a couple more. The problem I had for a long time is that a dry-bag is to clumsy and a mesh-bag is to flimsy for a couple of my kits. The Vista on the other hand, is just what I need. It is light, solid, water resistant and just the right size.
I am buying two or three more of these in different sizes for my hygiene-kit and my books.
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