Thursday, September 1, 2011

My Every Day Carry (EDC)

Here is what I currently EDC:

-Paul Smith wallet
-Wedding band

-HTC legend smartphone (I'm finding this phone has a few issues, I'll probably look at changing phones when my current phone plan expires)

Car Keyring:
-Wire cable loop
-Car key
-Car remote
-Swissbianco alox rambler (attached with 'split ring swivel' and small lanyard hook)
-Circular tag engraved with my name and mobile phone number  (attached to keyring with a swivel)
-Tec accessories s3 glow fob with green tritium insert (also attached to the swivel with the engraved tag)
-Steve ku 38DD flashlight (with customised annodising by sabrewolf) - this has two blue trits, but they are not very bright.  The tec accessories glow fob provides more noticeable illumination.

House keys attached to car keys by a larger lanyard hook:
-Normal split ring
-House keys
-Tec accessories p7 suspension clip

For night time, I usually carry an extra torch/flashlight.
If I want something slim, I carry:
-Preon 1 with clicky switch, running on 10440 li-ion battery.  Small phone lanyard strap with tritium attached
If I can carry the extra thickness:
-Zebralight sc50+, running on 14500 li-ion.  Glow-in-the-dark lanyard from lighthound, tritium attached to lanyard.


  1. Looks good! You should post some pics and videos on

  2. Some of the most common EDC tools are knives, flashlights, multitools, wallets, smartphones, notebooks, and pens. The type and quantity of such items may vary widely. While often distributed among pockets in everyday clothing, carry options are frequently expanded by the addition of clothing accessories like a fanny pack, purse, small day pack, bracelets, or even footwear like long boots or a vest with pockets. The multiple large pockets of cargo pants make them a popular choice among people who carry EDC tools.

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