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edc in progress

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by jcap11, Feb 14, 2010.

  1. jcap11

    jcap11 Loaded Pockets

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    just thought i'd post a pic of mine... still a work in progress ;)
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    clockwise from left: iPod (5th gen), BM Ritter Mini-Grip, Corsair Survivor 16GB, Casio GWM5600, keys/Maratac AAA SS, Cole Haan wallet, Electric EC/DC sunglasses, Zebra F-701, Moto Z6c World Edition, Moleskine w/Perrin Concepts Pen.

    most of this stuff comes in handy pretty regularly :)
     
  2. zshiner

    zshiner Loaded Pockets

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    Can't go wrong with a Ritter Mini Grip.
     
  3. Simsmac0o

    Simsmac0o Loaded Pockets

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    Nice watch. I have the non-atomic non-solar version, and I really like. Classic (and classy) watch. :knuppel2:
     
  4. Bucky

    Bucky Loaded Pockets

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    I especially like the knife and watch choices as has already been highlighted. The Ritter Mini-Grip and atomic GWM5600 are great pieces of EDC gear. I have both and they get used quite a bit.
     
  5. Lapinot

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    Very nice set-up.
    I use to have one of these Perrin concept pen (one of my friend borrowed it - long term...) : very handy, good quality and quite cheap.

    I would throw in your EDC a small bic lighter though...

    Antoine
     
  6. durhamsurvivor

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    I got rid of all my Bench Made Griptilians, I ended up hating them, The locking mechanism used to fill up and clog far to easily with bits of fur, sinew, dirt, dry blood etc when I gutted rabbits and pigeons, They may be good city dudes tactical blades but they are not up to field work unless you want to spend hours cleaning them.

    I went back to Blade -Tech Hunters and Cold steel Voyagers, much easier to keep working.