Brightline Pocket Cap Front or Rear
Part No: POCKET CAP FRONT
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The POCKET CAP FRONT module offers a variety of pockets organized into three "main" pockets, each one with two "secondary" pockets, for a total of nine small pockets on the front panel. In these nine pockets you'll store all the cords, cables, chargers, batteries, stylus, memory cards, USB drives, etc, for all your electronic gear. All these important items will finally be separated and organized like you've always wanted. In addition, you'll have room for your flight timer, fuel testers, E6B, flashlights, compact portable GPS, etc. Not to mention space for your wallet, keys, cellphone, business cards, multi-tool, glasses, pens, markers, and things like Ibuprofen, Chapstick, bandaids, etc, and even your digital camera. There is also a flat half-height slip pocket on the inner surface of the module where you can stow an important document or two like a copy of your medical or your passport.
The key benefit of this PCF module is that all of your small technology and personal items are contained here, so no matter what configuration you build, you'll always have these important things with you. You'll never have to repack or reload any of this stuff from bag to bag like you used to have to do with any bag from any other company.
The topmost pocket cover is completely removable for the purposes of getting it embroidered. That way you can hand just the pocket cover to your embroidery person instead of the whole module. This makes it easy to customize and personalized your BrightLine Bag with your company logo, your name or initials, your tail number, etc. We've found historically that most times the customer tends to get the embroidery done themselves anyway, so we don't actually have any standard process for getting it done for you.
Please Note: The POCKET CAP FRONT is one-directional (as are ALL of the FLEX System modules). It is always front-facing. That means that it can only be zipped onto the Front Surface of any module. You cannot zip a Pocket Cap Front onto the rear surface of a Center Section. You must use a Rear End Cap (POCKET CAP REAR, FLAT CAP REAR, PACK CAP REAR) on the rear surface and a Front End Cap (POCKET CAP FRONT, FLAT CAP FRONT) on the front surface.