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there are those slim toothpick tubes, but even if they are wide enough i do not see how they can hold more than three bits ;(
you are right. i havn´t worked out a neater way to carry the bits.
I wanted to share a nifty idea I had these days.
Maybe it is not new at all.
I searched for keychain devices that take up screw bits.
Kaweco on the person these days mostly. And some sort of disposable ballpoint in the EDC messenger bag.
I found what might be the ultimate EDC combo :
Yellow 159 Jinhao FP, hard to misplace and gets attention (phallic nature may offend some...
With the 78G Pilot being so inexpensive, I usually carry one around without fear of losing it. My Parker Sonnets usually stay at home.
The Parker Frontier is, every aspect considered, probably my favorite FP.
Why they were discontinued is a mistery to me. Gladly, I have almost a...
One of my Seiko 5s...
I have three Sports with B nibs and would consider them extremely reliable, even after some years.
I have found that ink flow seems to benefit on...
Almost too nice to EDC, but in an office environment, I will do it :
I´m with you, iAV8. Pens get mislayed, borrowed away. EDC stuff should be somewhat inexpensive.
Sometimes, I tote the 849 Caran around. The original swiss refills are ridiculously expensive and not very smooth, so I use generic...
I love your watch. AnaDigi is my first love. Bicolor is somewhat 90s, but it is a statement of true and valiant manliness ;)
The Chen has great flowing lines, but it looks like tip strength could be a concern.
I received two Parker IM rollerballs yesterday. With the fine refills, they write great.
They are currently on sale at the British "Bay". Just...
The Parker Mini Sonnet, soon to get a slick Stabilo "Pointball" refill ...
Another inexpensive but well made chinese pen from BlackCat came in this week.
I hope the design is not a CopyCat of something :
Sometimes, my Laix 007 comes with me. The pointy tungsten tip makes pocket carry a challenge sometimes, though.
Casio MDV 106 on nato or the original rubber. Great well made inexpensive quartz diver.