So I was looking for something to hold my press credentials for when I go to demonstrations and protests, there have been a few incidents across Europe where people who don't want to be photographed or reported on have stolen press credentials from journalists recently. I didn't want my ID stolen, and I do understand the dangers of not having a breakaway point on the lanyard, but I'm willing to live with that. I searched around quite a lot and the best one I could find was the One Tigris Tactical ID Holder (I already own a One Tigris Tactical Messenger Bag and I find it to be very good). Which I paid £11.99 from Amazon. IMG_20170708_143240790_HDR by , on Flickr It's 5.1" L x 3.3" W (13 x 8.5 cm) and will hold a credit card size ID in the front display window. The display window is good quality and hasn't got scratched up in the time I have been using it, and I have put it through some hard use. It either goes in my back pocket every day, in my pack or is around my neck. When I attend demonstrations I always clip one of my FauxPro type body cams to it, and then I use the rear retention strap to attach it to the sternum strap of my backpack to give it some stability. IMG_20170708_144506323 by , on Flickr Moving to the back, there are three micromesh card slots, I keep a travel card, my work badge and a credit card in these slots, and there is a retention strap which means they won't fall out (the slots are tight anyway, I think it'd be fine without the strap). IMG_20170708_143255749_HDR by , on Flickr There is also an elastic loop which can hold a pen, a small torch or a spare AA battery. I normally keep a torch in there so it is easy to locate in confusion of tense situations. But a pen fits well. IMG_20170708_143309249 by , on Flickr There's an metal D ring which comes with a length of 551 cord attached to it so you can hang it round your neck. The front of the card holder (with the window) is attached to the rear by velcro, meaning you can detach it and attach it to the female velcro area on your pack or vest (I've never done this, but might be useful to some of you out there from a military/police perspective) it also means you can hang the other part around your neck and it is female velcro so you can attach an ID patch or badge to it. IMG_20170708_143533237 by , on Flickr IMG_20170708_143512935_HDR by , on Flickr But, I use it to hide a spare credit card and £10.00 just in case I misplace my main wallet You could also use it to hide a key or a small knife, or anything that would fit really. IMG_20170708_143453927 by , on Flickr Overall the fit makes it feel bomb proof, I have and will use this in a wide variety of situations and it looks smart enough that it fits in when I have to attend Parliament and display my credentials, and it's robust enough when I need to go to a riot and have my ID on show. It's an innovative product that I love, there are a couple of improvements I feel could be made to it though. I would like to see some velcro on the inside of the ID window so that your card won't fall out (another review I have read there was some concern it could fill up with rain, this has never happened to me and I have used it in some dreadful weather). Also, the edges where the double stitching is are not covered by velcro meaning there is about half an inch around the edges where it's not stuck to one another. I was offered four different colours black, shadow grey, coyote brown and multicam. I picked black because it fits in better with all my other gear and looks a little more professional for the kind of environments I work in. I give it 4/5, if they could just improve those two little niggles for me then it would be prefect.