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What is the last EDC gadget that you bought? Part 1

Discussion in 'General EDC Discussion' started by Deaths Head, Jun 13, 2006.

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  1. parawolfe

    parawolfe Empty Pockets

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    I like those trench lighters. I saw one a few years ago in a Antique shop and didn't buy it and I've been kicking myself ever since. Where did you get this replica?

    Keeping in the WWI mood, remember three on a match is bad luck. :)
     
  2. guyincognito

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    Picked it up on ebay in the UK for about £5, which would be about $8. I stumbled across it while looking for a brass Zippo.

    Heres some links I came across on my travels

    http://www.otherlandtoys.co.uk/world-war-french-storm-lighter-p-4103.html (UK site)

    http://www.greatwar.com/scripts/prodView.asp?idproduct=832041 (original antiques, US)

    http://www.h-s.co.uk/lighters/world_war_I_style_trench_lighter (UK site)
     
  3. parawolfe

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    Yeah, I saw those UK sites. I was hoping for someplace Stateside. Thanks for letting me know.
     
  4. dustycanuck

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    Just bought a Maxped Falcon II in Black from EDC Depot (thanks Marc!).

    Patiently (well, maybe not so much) awaiting its arrival.
     
  5. bozatron

    bozatron Loaded Pockets

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    My Maxped Lunada in black just turned up and it is superb. Also got another Nalgene and a couple of easy sippers while I was at it.

    [​IMG]

    It took a few weeks to get here from Maxpedition in the US, but not bad considering the distance and the local postal system - or lack of one here! It will take a while to get the pockets and load out configured, but so far it looks like just the job for my current requirements. Even then I am sure I will keep on adjusting it. My only concern at the moment is it is very black, but it should dull down a bit with use. Either that or I will become more used to it.
     
  6. ddashner

    ddashner Loaded Pockets

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    While ordering some Christmas presents I added a few gifts for myself. :-X

    1) A Gerber EAB I hope to use to replace my box cutter I use at work.
    This will be my second attempt at replacing this item. The first time around it was with a RESCOM. That worked great for cutting bunches of plastic wrap, but I missed having a pointed end.

    and

    2) A Fenix E01 to go in the side pocket of my LM Wave sheath.
     
  7. dodge_911

    dodge_911 Loaded Pockets

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    Well, ehm, these :
    [img width=640 height=426]http://brol.docgonzo.com/edcf/2009_12_12_22h14_ITP_016.jpg[/img]

    and these :
    [img width=640 height=426]http://brol.docgonzo.com/edcf/2009_12_12_21h46_ITP_209.jpg[/img]

    and this :
    [img width=640 height=426]http://brol.docgonzo.com/edcf/2009_12_12_22h08_ITP_004.jpg[/img]
     
  8. jp2515

    jp2515 Loaded Pockets

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    [​IMG]

    Some new gear that I received in a trade with a fellow member. :highfive:

    [​IMG]

    More lights! Got some during the Black Friday sales, ss if Black Friday wasn't bad enough for your wallet :-X
     
  9. DemskeetSkeet

    DemskeetSkeet Loaded Pockets

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    Nice gear! Knives, Atwoods, and Lights OH MY!
     
  10. jp2515

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    Thanks! Awesome ain't it! ;D
     
  11. tool amour

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    JP--are those fine point mini-Sharpies?
     
  12. jp2515

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    Yes they are the Sharpie Micro (fine point)
     
  13. tinyblob

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    Just received two of these, not bad for a few dollars!
    [​IMG]
     
  14. dwong

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    nice looking light

     
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    David.s Loaded Pockets

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    The watch is a Casio MW600E 1AV i recently picked one up to knock about at work, it was only £ 22.

    very happy with it although id like the face a bit bigger
     
  17. knifeguy

    knifeguy Loaded Pockets

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    Exactly what is it? Some sort of scissor type of device? And who makes and where can i get one? For a few dollars that looks pretty handy.
     
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    Thanks for the link.
     
  20. straightpuke

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    I remember seeing my grandma use those scissors a lot for sewing. They work well with many other things also :roof:
     
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