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Carpdiem's EDC

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by carpdiem, Jun 18, 2006.

  1. carpdiem

    carpdiem Empty Pockets

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    All right, here it is!

    Full EDC, from top to bottom, left to right:
    Keychain with
    keys
    fox 40 mini whistle
    fingernail clippers
    uncle bill's silver gripper tweezers
    chapstick
    Brunton compass w/ thermometer
    Wallet
    First Aid Kit Altoids tin
    Pentel RSVP pen
    Spyderco Endura 4
    three $1 leds from county comm (red, green, blue)
    Victorinox Spirit Plus
    HDS EDC U60XRGT

    Second pic is my Victorinox Spirit Plus with corkscrew, eyeglass screwdriver, and bit set with wrench

    First Aid Kit (with three rubber bands around it):
    2x large band-aids
    1x fingertip band-aids
    1x polysporin antibiotic squeeze package
    6x benadryl tablets (24 hrs worth)
    2x knuckle band-aids
    1x 24hr Claritin tablet
    4x alcohol swab
    8x extra-strength tylenol
    3x regular band-aids (with antibiotic on pad)

    All right, what do you think?
     

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  2. Deaths Head

    Deaths Head Banned

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    I give you a two thumbs up on your EDC set-up.
    And I give you three thumbs up on the Spyderco! ;D
     
  3. carpdiem

    carpdiem Empty Pockets

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    You know, I think you were the one who finally convinced me to wait until the E4 wave came out, back on bladeforums about a month ago or so. ;)

    It's an excellent knife, and the wave is extremely useful (not to mention plenty of fun)!
     
  4. pipedreams

    pipedreams Loaded Pockets

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    Excellent set-up!

    todd
     
  5. dajak

    dajak Empty Pockets

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    Very practical EDC.
    Thumbs up for the EDC of a first aid kit.
     
  6. mtnfolk mike

    mtnfolk mike Loaded Pockets

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    very simple and light set-up... i like it... :)
     
  7. traveler

    traveler Loaded Pockets

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    Cool stuff, Carpdiem. Simple and effective kit. I found out a short time ago about the Otterbox 1000, which approximates the dimensions of the altoids tin, but it is waterproof and far more durable. Just throwing in my two cents.
     
  8. Mahachippy

    Mahachippy Loaded Pockets

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    Great kit! O0
     
  9. carpdiem

    carpdiem Empty Pockets

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    I may have to check out that Otterbox then... Are they available in sports/outdoors stores (i.e.- Sport Chalet, REI, etc) ?
     
  10. traveler

    traveler Loaded Pockets

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    I got mine online(E-bay) but they are sold localy at R.E.I, so you can find them at some sporting goods stores.
     
  11. copykat

    copykat Loaded Pockets

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    Otterbox 1000 fits my canon s230 digital elph PERFECTLY! no rattle
     
  12. traveler

    traveler Loaded Pockets

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    Bare in mind,Carpdiem, that the Otterbox 1000 approximates the inner dimensions of an Altoids tin. Externally, it is larger, but it is still quite small.
     
  13. trinity

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    great functional kit you have there!