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EDC Pocket Organizer Pics, Part 1

Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by iamsalomon, Mar 27, 2010.

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  1. nuphoria

    nuphoria Loaded Pockets

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    Very nice GH - looks like something you would make ;D
     
  2. Schuey2002

    Schuey2002 Loaded Pockets

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    What are the dimensions on that 'skull' pouch??
     
  3. Mad_Maxx

    Mad_Maxx Loaded Pockets

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    little update

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    Quark CR123-2 HI CRI + spare Quark CR123 di riserva (love the HIGH CRI tint)
    Victorinox SwissTool X
    case XX SS Canoe Rough black
    CRKT Get a way driver with various bits
    Atwood CPM154 PryBaby G2
    Mini bic (will see if it's useful enough to keep it there)
    in the clear bag: P-51 can opener, plasters, needle and thread, safety pin, paper clip, firsteel, couple matches
    Chris Reeve Small Sebenza Insingo CPM-S35VN

    Maxx
     
  4. gtmule

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    A lot of items that are common per this thread. Some included that I haven't seen are: (1) full size garbage left side big pocket (poncho, other uses), 20' orange surveyor's tape and sharpie for leaving directions behind if you want to leave a trail and a mid-size breacher bar in the right side. A signal mirror, whistle and foam earplugs in the front pocket.

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  5. keith1234
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  6. GRIFFINHAWKS

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    Sorry, I just saw this .. It fits a Smartphone, Blackberry/iPhone with room to spare for cards etc. .. ,)
     
  7. cale

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    My Maxpedition Micro and load out.

    How everything inside looks.

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    And the contents

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    1.Maxpedition Micro
    2.Bandaids
    3.Notepad
    4.Antiseptic Wipe
    5.Safety Pins
    6.Panadol
    7.County Comm A&P Keyrings
    8.County Comm ACU GRAY SO-LED
    9.Sawn down pen and pencil
    10.County Comm technicians pocket screwdriver
    11.County Comm Pocket Widgy Bar (4")
    12.County Comm Tweezers
    13.County Comm Screw Keys
    14.Measuring Tape
    15.Bic wrapped in duct tape
    (Not Numbered Small 4gb USB)
     
  8. Bolster

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    Nice. Suggest an upgrade to your pen with a Zebra Telescopic. I love these pens, and you can upgrade them with Fisher pressurized refills.

    You have some redundancies with tools, but if you want extras, then good.
     
  9. cale

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    The telescoping zebra pens sure do look nice Bolster, now to find somewhere that sells them in australia I haven't seen zebra pens much over here but then again I've never really looked.

    I know the screw keys could be replaced by the Leatherman so they'll be moved out when i need more room. Anything else redundant you can see that could be moved to make more room.

    Cheers
    Cale
     
  10. themadplumbarian

    themadplumbarian Loaded Pockets

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    My Maxpedition Micro came in today, so i get to swap everything over tonight, Woo hoo!! JR
     
  11. Haubitz

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    I got this little organizer about a year ago. It was originally a shoe shine kit from IKEA.
    I turned it in to an emergency travel kit.


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    Load out
    • Shoe polish sponge
    • Knife
    • Shower gel
    • Body lotion
    • A pair of scissors
    • Shaving kit: razor, shaving cream
    • Toothbrush and toothpaste
    • Wet wipes
    • Bottle opener, small LED-light, Sharpie
    • Shoehorn
    • Vanity kit: cotton balls, q-tips, band-aid, nail file (I guess it’s really for removing make-up etc.)
    • Sewing kit
    • Disinfection swab
    • Some chewing gum
     
  12. themadplumbarian

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    My Micro came in, so i filled it up and made a change, here's a few pic's JR
    I changed the zipper pull to reflective para-cord, and instead of a knot, i put a whistle tip
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    Inside both sides,
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    Left side, duct tape, matches, pen, tums, advil, mini mag, notepad, 4-1 screwdriver, custom toothpic,
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    Right side, napkins, toothpicks, salt/pepper, safety pins, string, band aids, wipes, SAK
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    Update, i took the SAK out and put in a style, just no pic, sorry,, JR
     
  13. cale

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    Nice load out madplumbarian I'm really liking the size of the maxpedition micro what do you think, would you eventually upgrade to a bigger size
     
  14. themadplumbarian

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    Yes/No as you can see its packed, i could always use more stuff, which means i would need a bigger bag. but this is just a pocket bag, i put it in my jacket and forget its there, nothing else will fit in the pocket. i normally carry a larger bag that has just about everything i need, but if i don't feel like caring it for a quick walk, or something to were im close to home ill have this one to lean back on. but yes its a good little pocket pack, nice size for the must have things! and here's why i got it, JR
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] that thing is only about 10lbs gets heavy after a while! But its packed!! what you see there isn't all the pockets dumped out just the main ones,, JR
     
  15. SAKplumber
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    SAKplumber EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Packed is right! Looks like you've got your bases covered pretty well. I would've said got everything but the kitchen sink, but you and I are never too far from a kitchen sink:)

    Looks good man. I've needed to see the micro with something in it I would recognize, size wise. Seeing the mini mag has helped. I can know confidently buy "one more thing". Um, ...thanks;)
     
  16. themadplumbarian

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    Sorry :^) and just so you know thats a 2xAAA maglite, not a 2xAA! although the AA would fit better in the strap, it probibly wouldnt let the case close,, JR

    Oh and there's trash bags, straws and of coarse duct tape so i can make a kitchen sink :^b lol
    take the water bottle, unscrew the top, insert straw, tape, take a paper clip or those black pinch things, so it wont let the water out, now take the trash bag, take a vine, bend so it fits in the bag, looped around a v-ed tree, set the bottle in the v, and there ya go, if you need water un-pinch the straw water flows, into the bag/sink, oh yeah cut the corner of the bag to where you want it to flow out of,, and poke a hole in the back of the bottle to let air in..
     
  17. Schuey2002

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    ^^^

    I think you could slim it down a little bit by running some smaller nylon pouches (or even LOKSAKs) to hold the items that are in those clear, hard plastic cases. The individual items may not be as easy to get at quickly, but they would take up less space in that bag. Just sayin'.. ;-)
     
  18. metropolicity

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    Where did you get the whistle tip??
     
  19. temujin

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    Googling "whistle cord lock" turns up some sources.
     
  20. themadplumbarian

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    there called areowaves, the also make ones with a glow tip called areoheads, you can get these from most places that sell para-cord, but they want like $2-5 each, i bought mine from http://www.owfinc.com/catalog.html#here there under hardware, then plastic hardware, a new screen will pop up, then all the way to the bottom, there complete for under $.75 for a whistle (aerowave) and like $.45 for a complete glow or .$28 plain, and shipping is only $2.50, they also have all sorts of other stuff, this is where i got my stuff, its the cheapest i could find them together rather then ordering from tactical places for a fortune, hope this helps JR
     
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