This unique little pouch is an interesting smaller design. The main pouch is a tear drop esq shape coming in around 4.25"L x 2.5"W x 1.25"D. A single zipper is used for the main opening then a hole on the other end gives a clean opening for 2 pieces of 550 cord. A keyring is included for a connection point and it prevents the pouch from losing the cord.
The inside material feels like neoprene which adds a little padding. This is sorta a plus, but then odd at the same time since I can't think of any fragile items to put inside. Objects that make quick sense to put inside include: keys, mini tools, coins, paper money, and perhaps small flashlights. The cord allows easy attachment to one's neck, belt, or just in a pocket. Feel free to get further creative with using retractable lanyards and quick release hardware. My first impressions were that I have absolutely no use for this friggn thing, but I still wanted it anyway. I was amused by the sheer shameless tacti-cool factor of it. The main downside I saw to me personally using it was that I didn't want to have to open up some zipper everytime to use my keys. After playing with it more, I did see some upsides which include noise supression of the goods clanging around inside and most importantly a pouch that is nice on my pockets. I've killed at least 5 pockets on pants I love due to my pokey metal keys over time. Depending how you use it, the design ends up being an hybrid wallet / keychain. In that spirit, as an improvement it would be nice to have sleeve dividers on the interior sides which would work well to store folded money. The original name used on the TSW store is "Tactical Key/Small Tool Administer" which has an amusing Engrish flair to it. I wouldn't go as far to call this a tactical item, besides being in multicam, but it does have some useful EDC capabilities.