Analogue Pocket Pack
Image: WaterField Designs

Remember when we reported last week that WaterField Designs was creating the Analogue Pocket Pouch? Well, the bag maker is back a week later with the Analogue Pocket Pack, "a folio-style case that organizes and protects the Analogue Pocket console, dock, power brick, cords, cartridge adapters, and extra games."

Costing a meaty $129, the Analogue Pocket Pack boasts the following features:

  • Opens on three sides to lie flat like a book.
  • Four, padded interior pockets protect the console, cartridge adapters, and the Dock.
  • Four semi-opaque, mesh, interior pockets stow games and cords.
  • Internal foam padding on the front and back protects contents.
  • A golden-lined front pocket holds extra games, a USB-C cord, and a power supply.
  • Smooth-gliding YKK zippers open with custom-metal zipper pulls that overlap to take a lock if desired.
  • A Rear quick-grab handle facilitates a hand carry.
  • Optional add-ons: a carabiner, a wrist strap, and/or a sling strap with an adjustable matching cam-lock.
  • A water-resistant shell in ballistic nylon or high-performance Forza textile in three colors conveys a modern, professional look.
  • Designed and handcrafted in WaterField’s San Francisco sewing studio to incorporate customer input gathered from emails, social media, and a company-generated survey.

Given the high cost of the Analogue Pocket, we can't blame owners for wanting the very best storage option for their new baby. But is 130 bucks too much for your taste? Let us know with a comment.