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Your EDC at work (Pictures)

Discussion in 'Where, When, & How Do We Carry All This Stuff?' started by LausDeo, Jan 4, 2013.

  1. RYNOC

    RYNOC Loaded Pockets

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    Right now and most days. I love this combo. Sometimes I also have another folder; either a Skyline or a Delica.

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  2. SAKoutdoors101312

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    Leatherman Fuse got the call today as opposed to the Wave
     
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  3. Doc18

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    So I have been very happy with my edc these last few days. Hasn't changed but some have taken a beating. I need a new wallet... But here's the dump after 3 days of live fires.
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  4. djren12

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  5. Rasthor

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    That looks about like what i carried many years ago. And you only have to see the right guy to volunteer for special forces, although, I'm sure you know by now that NAVY is an acronym for Never Again Volunteer Yourself.
     
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  6. Sharaz_Jek

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    What pen is that low_down?
     
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  7. smokingfish

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  8. el_duderino04

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    I'm not the OP, but I believe that's the Karas Kustoms Bolt.
     
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  9. B.Haven

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    ... After work.

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    B.Haven

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  10. Sharaz_Jek

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    Thanks. Fount it! :)
     
  11. laylow

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    I'm an IT manager for a non-profit health care company in Southern California. The watch and folding knife change often. Sometimes the locking folder is swapped for a large Victorinox. The small Victorinox is a Rally, which is always in my right front pocket attached to my very worn and trusty Fenix E05, which happens to have Preon 2 head on it. Brightest E05 ever :) The Blackberry Q10 is my company phone, the Nexus 4 is my personal phone. The Radius CP200 is for IT and Facilities department communications, though they don't actually get used much. The watch today is a Citizen Promaster BN0101-58E.



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  12. mickthemod

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    All except the Wera driver loaded into the Pock-its. For quick removal when I have to go through security checkpoint.

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  13. laylow

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    Working Saturday to upgrade computers in the Xray suite

    Lone wolf Landslide
    Orient Mako
    RFID key card
    Victorinox rally
    Fenix e05
    Blackberry Q10

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  14. laylow

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    Today's work load out.
    Fenix E05 (With Preon 2 head)
    Victorinox Rally
    Tungsten carbide wedding band
    Victorinox Gardener
    Bertucci A-4T Aero
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    My flashlight was in my tool bag, had a hard enough time getting a pic of just these while strapped to a pole, let alone EVERYTHING I'm carrying today lol.
     
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  16. laylow

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    Wiring one of my clinics for a remodel
    Not pictured: 1000ft spool of cat 5e, Google Nexus 4
     
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    Working maintenance at a seasonal fishing lodge means needing to know how to fix a wide verity of thing. Everything from plumbing to 12v wiring to vacuum packer and freezer compressor maintenance. This also means that a wide verity of tools are needed. Where I work is a fairly large facility and it seems like I'm always walking from one end of the property to the other for tools. This prompted me to put together this little "maintenance kit" so for basic things that I always seem to need, I won't have to run hither and yon.

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    From left to right:
    -Allen folding hex key kit
    -Maxcraft mini 6' tape measure
    -Sharpie fine tip permanent marker
    -Maxcraft crescent wrench( this opens much farther than a standard 6" wrench and can double a a pipe wrench)
    -Pair of quality pliers
    -Cheap box cutter
    -WD-40 pen
    -Husky ratcheting screwdriver with tips stored in handle
    -handheld marine VHF radio, so the boss can get a hold of me
    -Amprobe mini voltmeter, smallest one I could find that had continuity check and auto shut-off
    -I keep all this in a McGuire Nicholas nylon tool pouch that has a nice strong steel clip so I don't have to take off my belt to remove the pouch. The radio has it's own clip, so it goes on my hip pocket.

    I really focused on trying to find mini tools to help cut down on the weight, I didn't want it to turn into an all out tool belt. These are the basic things I always seem to need, obviously not an all-inclusive tool set (I need a socket set very often but didn't want to pack one around) but it keeps me from doing extra foot work for most of the simple tasks I preform daily.
     
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  18. dmattaponi

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    I'm an field archaeologist who now spends most of his days teaching at the university. These are daily in my pockets indoors or out.
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  19. Inner Prop

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    Which notebook is that?

    It just so happens I am in the market for a Field Archaeologist right now. You wouldn't happen to be anywhere near northern Illinois would you?
     
  20. dmattaponi

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    No, I'm in the east, but the notebook is the extra small Moleskine. Although I like it a lot for edc, and do carry it (and use it for some field notes), I generally prefer something like the write in the rain types for field journaling, etc.