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Discussion in 'General EDC Discussion' started by cowsmilk, Apr 20, 2014.
Got these 2 coming in the mail…
An ESEE steel striker, in its own black tin, with a cheat card for emergency ground to air signals and other emergency info...as seen here. ( it can spark on flint ot quartz, can strike a ferro rod, and has a divit in th middle for use with a bow drill)
You might wanna run the flats of that esee on a stone. Mine wasn't sharp enough to throw sparks off a ferro rod when I got it. 10 minutes running it flat against a diamond stone & it's 1000x's better!
Have gun, will travel...
IMG_1680a by Quod Erat, on Flickr
The Retro51 is for a friend. The Jihnao was a bonus, thrown in by the seller.
64GB USB 3.0 OTG drive. It will replace my 32GB I've EDCed for the last year or so.
Oh I like that, can I ask where you found it?
Big river company. SanDisk Ultra 64GB USB 3.0 OTG Flash Drive With micro USB connector For Android Mobile Devices- SDDD2-064G-G46
This was mislabeled as a shoehorn when it's clearly a handy-dandy 18-8 stainless steel spoon!
Maserin pockettool Ghost. Made in Italy.
Fantoni Dweller with Micarta scales and leather pouch. Slipjoint with 19C27 steel blade.
Picked up a Seki SS-107 toe nail clipper. Only ever bought cheap pharmacy clippers before. These are rather nice.
I didn't realize the handle was actually cast aluminum (not bent steel). It's pinned at the pivot. Comfy to hold.
Pretty large, too (size 10 hand for reference). ...and heavy (and sharp!). Originally was going to toss these in the small travel shaving kit, but because of the weight, I think they'll reside in the medicine cabinet and the ones there will move to the bag.
These were a belated Christmas present to myself...
Jabra Move Bluetooth Headphones.
I use them at work to listen to music or the local public radio station. They can be used wired or wireless.
Lightweight, comfy to wear for hours at a time, not terribly expensive (around $65 delivered), very good sound quality (I think I like these better than my low-end Sennheisers). Company implies they're practically indestructible (we'll see, I seem to always manage somehow). L and R are printed on the fabric inside where it's easy to read. Buttons are a little on the small side, but perfectly usable. Does have a microphone for taking calls on your cell (haven't tried this feature). Has voice synthesis to tell you "Connected.", "Redialing", etc.
My only gripe is with the connectors. The sub-mini phone plug has to be fiddled with to get the sound right when using them wired. It's like the socket could use some cleaning. I feel like I'm forcing the usb connector into that socket for charging (plug works fine on everything else). Other than that, I'm happy.
streamlight tlr-1s for my glock
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New addition to my EDC. Still don't need real glasses, but sometimes my eyes ask for some help.
Didn't actually buy these, they're from the employer. They're always tweeking the PPE trying to get people to actually wear gloves and safety glasses without being told they have to. These are Ninja Lite gloves from Memphis Gloves. Basically Polyurethane coated Spandex nylon (mfg. says 18 gauge). These are incredibly thin and light with better than average dexterity. They can easily be shoved in a pocket or tucked into the tool bag somewhere. Besides providing some cut and scrape protection (they're not going to protect your paws from hammer blows), I think they'll be handy for keeping my hands clean when dealing with filthy old cabling and whatnot.
Something like these are just generally nice to have handy. Even though they're thin, they can provide your hands with some protection from the cold if the weather should turn unexpectedly.
Here they are balled-up like a sock:
I have some gardening gloves just like that. Really appreciate the dexterity.
A custom A5 Notebook cover from ETSY. After some light modifications, i'm very pleased. The notebook is a large Moleskine, and the 7.62 shell as a bookmark is my addition.
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got this little guy today..