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AyeGear 22 – the ultimate bulge free, water resistant, 22 pocket geek traveler jacket


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True road warriors know that you can never have enough space to hold all your stuff. And by stuff we’re talking about vital, crucial stuff, not just the odd box of Kleenex and a tube of toothpaste. If you’re serious about your geek, you need to carry your gadget universe wherever you go. Which can get tricky.

Unless you’ve got one of these AyeGear 22 jackets that is. We’re talking something that is not so much a coat as a wearable suitcase, complete with enough compartments to hold the contents of a small phone store.

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The jacket features 22 (!) pockets, which can hold anything from a 15 inch laptop computer (back pocket), to tablet computers, two smartphones, cables, chargers, water bottles, media players, cash, passports and documents and a small hamster cage.

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OK, so we’re joking with the last part, but you get the drift. Not since Harry Houdini made a whole dinner table with a roast meal on it disappear up his sleeve have we seen such a miraculous garment as this. The thing is also waterproof (down to 3 meters…nah kidding again), comes with a nice comfy fleece inner lining for warmth and can be washed in the machine. Bloomin’ marvelous.

Why would you want one of these, we hear you ask. Well think of the excess baggage fees you can save if you can wear your stuff on board, rather than carry it inside a bag. Yeah, makes sense right? Anyhoo, the wonder jacket(tm) can be purchased for £89.99 ($151), and you can have it in any color you like as long as it’s grey/blue ish.

Nigel is the managing editor of the Red Ferret, as well as a freelance columnist for the Sunday Times newspaper in London. Loves tech and fancies himself as a bit of a futurist, but then don’t we all?

Nigel – who has written posts on The Red Ferret Journal.



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