Similar and often thought to be a handy haversack, a fortuitous pocket typically has only one pocket (or is only one pocket on an item) Like a bag of holding or handy haversack there is more space. For a small pocket can actually hold material of as much as 2 cubic feet in volume or 20 pounds in weight while a large “pocket” can contain up to 8 cubic feet or 80 pounds of material.
Larger versions of this item are quite rare.
At first appraisal most are pouches either used for spell components or small belt pouches, but can also appear on a seemingly everyday garment. Like a handy haversack when one goes to retrieve an item placed in the pocket, usually it is returned as the “top” item making it easy for spell components to be found. (move action) The pocket unlike a handy haversack will not always keep your items for easy retrieval. When placing an item into the pocket there is a small chance that the item will be lost and another item will take it’s place. The item placed into the pocket is not transmuted and is only theoretically lost, it could pop up again. There is also a small change that when reaching into the pocket item that the PC had not placed into it are retrieved. some examples include money, a torch or oil, (when the rest of the party forgot to by more), that one last spell component that always seems to run out, etc.
Another versions have been documented by only a few curious wizards, lore-masters and magical scholars. Which has none of the properties of a bag of holding