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Discussion in 'Keychain Tools' started by figtree, Apr 17, 2006.
Here is my set-up:
The spy capsules i got on ebay are WAY too small to fit a single bill inside. Maybe i just haven't tried hard enough, though
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Here's my EDC keychain. I just got the Streamlight Nano today and that pretty much completes what I want on there. Heck, much more and it would be heavier than I want to carry on my belt loop.
Get that Nano on some sort of swivel clip! Or you will eventually just have an empty body hanging there.
Perhaps a spy capsule built specifically for paper money would be better.
Here's one idea . . .
Check out Sunshine Mini Cash Can
Thanks for the suggestions guys, but i finally got a bill to fit by folding it 1/4 of the way up then if half. Now it's 3/8 the legnth instead of 1/2. It fits, but it has to be folded instead of rolled because one side is thicker than the other.
Show us your EDC keys
Below are my key, and no Im not the Janitor lol.
Similar topics merged.
You can get these in the US as well as here in the UK
They are small ,strong and compact also come with a pin to help hold and fold your notes,with instructions how to get the best fold
hope that helps
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Leatherman Squirt E4
Quark Mini AA running on a lithium ion 14500 cell (it puts out over 200 OTF Lumens!!!! From a keychain light!!!)
Electronic Security Fob
4GB Sandisk Cruiser flash drive
This keychain is kick bum, and much thanks to J.S. Burly's for replacing my defective original one at no cost to me. I highly recommend this to all of you - there's nothing better than being able to detach your light and multitool in under a second flat (with no broken fingernails or cussing!).
Great setup. Welcome to EDCF!
Mine for now:
Here's my keychain:
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1. Victorinox Classic Alox Silver
3. ACME Tornado Slimline (+NiteIze S-Biner XS)
4. Streamlight NanoLight LED
5. Split Pea Peanut Lighter
6. Pico Widgy Pry Bar
7. Screw Keys
8. Small Screwdrivers
9. Leatherman Squirt P4
First of all :welcome:
I love how you annotated each piece as well. Not a lot of people do that.
You have a wonderful set up their, do you manage to use all of those tools?
I think you should invest a little extra money to put towards an Atwood or MK7 designed tool to cut down on the items.
You could drop the key bits, and the mini prybar if you find the correct Atwood or the MK7 Piranha. Not saying you have to as the tools would most likely add a little more bulk but they'll all be in one tool.
Thanks for the welcome and for your suggestions, Matt. I will give it some thought.
Is your dog tag an original? I have a dog tag on my keychain too but not one of my original dog tags because of the SSN # on it. If I lost my keychain then someone would have too much of my info. I ordered a pair with my cell phone # in place of my SSN #. I put my cell phone # on them in case I lost them and a good Samaritan wants return them. If you put your home phone # on them and lost them someone could do a reverse lookup and then have access to your residence. Just a thought.
Nice rig Rico. I really like that dangler. I have thought about getting one of those but I was never sure about the size. Your picture gives me a good idea of the scale as I have a lot of the same pieces. I would have never thought to use the ringtool that way.
No, it isn't original, but it is an old school dog tag I had made in remembrance of my dad. I think one with a phone number is not a bad idea though.
The MegaDanglers are awesome. One of my most favorite key chain items. The regular danglers are much smaller though. The ring tool I really don't use. For one, I don't wear rings (that bothers my wife) and the ring tool is way too big for my small hands. It was a gifted to me and I like it on the keys. I used to have it attached directly, but recently attached it with a short strand of paracord.
Well here is a picture of my keychain along with the other stuff I carry with me all the time. My keychain is pretty pair a few keys and atwood tool, a lanyard and a small gold nugget.
IPhone - Case
Gold cross necklace
Bell and Ross watch
Silver bracelet cuff for right wrist
a Drobo small Titanium carabiner used to hold keys
North American Arms 5 shot 22 LR
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