EVERYDAY ORGANIZER (EDO)
When Center Line Systems owner Mark Laine was in the military, he created a pouch to hold all his administrative gear. This pouch was designed to be used on various operations to covertly transmit messages and hold sensitive navigation equipment. That original pouch looked nothing like the latest version of the company’s Everyday Organizer.
The Everyday Organizer (EDO) features dual deep pockets on the front and back covers. There is a security strap with elasticized loops, as well as two elasticized straps to hold it together. It can either be used by snapping the security strap directly to the body, or it can be used with the elasticized loops and easily slipped on and off. On the interior, the EDO has a clear vinyl window that can be used as a writing surface with a dry- or wet-erase marker.
The EDO comes into its own when used on the shooting range to hold daily atmospheric conditions data, ballistic cards and pens/markers. On navigation practice exercises, it was used to hold protractors, flagging tape, pencils, primary compass, chemical light sticks and small AAA pen lights. Some users will carry it on a daily basis to organize checkbooks, shopping lists and “honey-do” lists. The vinyl window helps hold items without shifting when placed against it. Therefore, a folded map or other documents will stay in place if hastily sandwiched inside.
Center Line Systems’ Everyday Organizer makes a great companion on the trail or at the range when you need to access and add notes to maps, your shooter’s data log or other documents.