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How about a EDC picture thread? - Vol. 3

Discussion in 'Show us pics of your EDC!' started by Valerian, Jan 11, 2012.

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  1. Mad_Maxx

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    this setup is a win win IMO, going strong, using every bit out of it at work (besides the firesteel)
    glad I came out with it
     
  2. sungame

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    Going strong indeed! I think that's actually the first time I've seen anyone EDC a full size non-Spirit Swiss Tool on this forum. A great tool, but I find it on the heavy side for actual EDC.
     
  3. Mad_Maxx

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    I'm working as an event organizer, logistics manager, transports and such, have a lot of things to cut, screw, tear so I need some good tools, if not the best...

    own both, the full one gets 80-90% carry time, too cool too strong, too useful
    the spirit is the, night, party, night with friends or classy occasion tool, for the rest I have that ST-X or black ST with me
    heavy? indeed but the 70 grams more weight are something you can get used to, either on the belt or in the organizer, after a while you can't leave without it (same with the quark or the sebbie)

    I've been having that setup +- from november, few changes but it's mostly the same (on the number of pieces side, changed knife, light and small tools)
    it's either on the jack pocket or hanging on the belt attache don a carabiner, feels heavy for a bit but then you forget its ALL there, until you need someting

    Maxx
     
  4. cale

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    The Juices do look nice and Ill probably get one as soon as money allows.

    I love the p7 but at an inch and a half thick its just to thick for what i want. Other than that it is a fantastic torch super bright, amazing construction and great focusing.
     
  5. hatchetjack

    hatchetjack EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    Keepin' it minimal today. 2/13.
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  6. PBJS II

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    Basic Load:
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    Artifact is not on today.
     
  7. Lynx
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    It is a simple keyfob marked with 'FLIGHT CREW' [similar to the red 'REMOVE BEFORE FLIGHT' fobs]; easier to pull the keys out of my pocket.
     
  8. Jars

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    That's a really nice setup DocTools. What is in the orange kydex and what's the folder in the leather?
     
  10. Fukurai
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    Fukurai EDC Junkie!!!!!

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    nice kit! I've some questions. The watch seems to be a luminox seal, isn't it? The folder next to the watch, it seems to be a one hand opening folder, do you have any problems with carrying it, because German knife laws aren't that good...
    Last question, you carry a böker access tool on your keychain, why do you have this orange sheath around?
     
  11. Jars

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    It's not a "Seal", it's a Luminox F-117 EVO Nighthawk 6402 BLACKOUT. The knife is a Pohl Force Bravo One, german legal knife! :) The orange sheath is a kydex sheath, is protecting my pockets because the boker tool is on the lower side very "sharp". OT: Both sheaths are homemade!!
     
  12. persco

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    The sheaths are beautiful. Great work.
     
  13. Riggs

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    Nice EDC post Doc :thumbsup:

    Mine for today. I think its about time i mentioned my MacBook, I use this everyday without a doubt.

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  14. Spyderco1116

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    It's been a while since I have seen anyone EDC a flask unless it was on a special occasion or a night out on the town or soemthing. Good for you for bringing it further into the EDC world. What's your drink of choice? You may have mentioned it, but I didn't see it. Neat little key fob too! Among everything else...
     
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  16. Jars

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    Good old homemade russian Vodka from a good friends gran right now! :)
     
  17. themadplumbarian

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    Love the leather work on! JR
     
  18. Jars

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    Can you give us more info on the leather lanyard on you keys Riggs? That thing is awesome.
     
  20. defjus

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    My school day carry with a couple new additions - a new Zulu for my watch and a Kaweco Al-Sport pen.

    I also have my Swisstool Spirit and ZL H51w in my Filson bag, just in case I need some more serious tools at some point during the day.

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