Timbuk2 "2way" for iPhone 4 + Bumper

Discussion in 'iPhone Accessories' started by coelacanth, Jun 26, 2010.

  1. coelacanth macrumors 6502

    Jul 19, 2004

    I got Timbuk2 "2way" pouch:


    It's not iPhone specific accessory, but it worked quite well for me (probably not for everyone, see below) so I wanted to drop a quick photo report.

    The case is well made as you'd expect from Timbuk2. Soft lining interior and ballistic nylon exterior.

    M size works perfectly with iPhone 4 + Bumper. I'd imagine it would work well with other slim profile cases.

    One potential problem for some people would be the lack of cut-out for headphone cable unlike their older pouch that I had many years ago. This means you can't close the 2way with typical headphones attached unless you have very low profile L shaped connector. I use Bluetooth headphones almost exclusively so this is perfect for me.

    The 2way is sold for $20 or maybe less if you find one on sale.

    There is a pocket in front of main compartment. Probably you can put a plastic panel or something for extra screen protection.

    There isn't room for straight headphone cable.

    Good size for i4 + Bumper. It won't easily fall of even when you flip it upside down, yet easy to take out.

    You can wrap it around shoulder strap of backpack or messenger bag. Also mountable through a belt as well.

    Hope this helps someone.
  2. lorenwade macrumors 68000


    Aug 27, 2008
    Timbuk 2 is an incredible company and completely forgot about them. I'll keep them in mind again. Thanks man.
  3. BrownianMotion macrumors newbie

    Sep 18, 2008
    I've had the 2way since my 3G iPhone and i have to chime in and say it is great. I'm a big fan of Timbuk2. Everything I've ever gotten from them over the years is functional, well-thought-out, and durable. Great company.
  4. coelacanth thread starter macrumors 6502

    Jul 19, 2004
    Yeah I'm very happy with their stuff including custom made messenger bag that's made in San Francisco.

    A note: If you are in SF Bay Area, drop by at their retails store in Hayes Valley. You can make custom made bag with store-only options such as extra fabrics and mono-panel design for more classic look and cheaper total cost.

    You can use wither SF Bicycle Coalition membership (20% off) or SF BIKE (10%, just bring helmet or bike lock key) discounts too.
  5. rrjr80 macrumors member


    Jul 11, 2008
    Hm, this looks perfect for what I need. Thanks.

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