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CaseAce GearGrip Pro review

Former staff writer    -   January 28, 2002
Category: Modding
Price: $35.95 USD


Introduction

What you get
The Top Piece Of The Packaging


The hole shebang comes with heavy duty 2" webbing straps, premium soft grip handle, adjustable gear bag to hold your keyboard, mouse and more, adjustable cable grip holds LAN cables and headphones, and a shoulder strap. The whole thing is very strong and can carry the heaviest of cases.

Detailed Instructions
The Shoulder Strap


The instructions go into great detail about what the gear grip can and should be used for. If you think of how easy the thing is to install, the instructions may even go into to much detail. The shoulder strap is a very nice feature and is extremely strong. The shoulder strap is not recommended for actually use in my mind though, seconds after placing the average LAN box on your shoulder, you will be ready to put it back down due to the shier weight.



To install the gear grip all you have to do is lay it out on the floor and set the computer on top of it, if you have a window in your case like I do, you will probably want the side with the compartments on the opposite side. Then place the gear grip so the handle is in the center top, and hook the heavy duty clips, then adjust the straps till it is securely attached.

Loaded Gear Grip Side View
Loaded Gear Grip Rear View
The Other Side


Conclusion

The gear Grip is very easy to install and looks really nice too. It is a great way to carry your computer from place to place without the hassle of back packs of cables and devices. Overall I am very pleased with this little wonder.


Pros:
  • Durable
  • Easy to keep clean
  • Lots of place to hang and stick stuff
  • Padded Handle
  • Price

Cons:
  • Doesn't Like Computer cases with "feet"
  • Keyboard pocket could have been deeper
  • Straps can be hard to get tight



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