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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #210 on: January 27, 2022, 09:12:23 AM
Its alwasy nice to see how a Skinth is packed.  You got a lot in them yet they don't looked stuffed.  I also like the pin  ;).
Yes, it is. And neither of the two is fully exploited.
There's space for a small tool, like the ones in the box shown. Be it a 54mm or 74mm SAK, a Victorinox Nail Clipper, a Squirt, a Micra, a Minitool, a Bic lighter or something f similar size.
For the moment I put a Squirt there until I find what would be more useful.
Or, as I said, one can carry a Charge AND a  Crunch if work has to be done, or use my former setup of Spirit Plus + accessories + an alox with Vic scissors.
How versatile are those Skinths!




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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #211 on: January 31, 2022, 09:15:40 AM
Another option: Hobby knife.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #212 on: January 31, 2022, 09:21:58 AM
Other tools may be attached if needed.
Charge can replace the Skeletool and so can Spirit, if I put the clip.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #213 on: February 14, 2022, 01:49:27 PM
Well, I have to admit that my way of being minimalistic is a bit maximalistic.
At least I'm not maximalistic in a maximalistic way. At the time.  :ahhh


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #214 on: February 14, 2022, 03:05:51 PM
 :like: Can't fault you for carrying what you like and certainly useful items.  You carry what you like and thats part of the fun of this hobby. 
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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #215 on: February 14, 2022, 03:49:05 PM
:like: Can't fault you for carrying what you like and certainly useful items.  You carry what you like and thats part of the fun of this hobby.

Thanks for the encouragement. I think that whatever you may have, if it's not available when and where you need it, it's like you don't have it at all.


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #216 on: February 24, 2022, 02:38:00 PM
After a month or so, it looks like the Skeletool + Swisschamp (XLT or else) is a great combination. Most of the time I don't even open the Skinth, Skeletool does the job. In fact, if mine had scissors (like those on Surge, Juice or Squirt), it would be even more useful. Victorinox scissors on a Skeletool would be a dream (I've seen that before somewhere).
And exchanging the basic tools, Skeletool, XLT and S4 with combinations of Charge, Spirit, Crunch, 87, 91 and 93mm SAKs, Juice XE6 or Squirt P4, is lightning fast.
The value Skinth adds to our EDC is priceless.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #217 on: February 24, 2022, 03:13:33 PM
Glad the Skeletool is working out.  I agree the Skinth is a nice way to carry a variety of items.   
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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #218 on: March 01, 2022, 06:48:06 AM
A Swisschamp XLT and a Juice XE6 fit snugly into the Skinth L Shield, just in case one would like to carry 2 flagships at the same time.
No, I will not do it, I was just curious.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #219 on: March 14, 2022, 01:46:13 PM
If you need to EDC the Victorinox mini tools, here's a way.
The fit (barely) inside a Solitaire Maglite.
You have to remove the battery first, of course.



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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #220 on: March 14, 2022, 01:53:36 PM
Finally, many years after I bought this Victorinox Multiclip belt clip  with the 2 chains, I got to use it right.
The long chain goes to my wallet for over a year now. Today I changed pocket for my K55K, from left to right. Thus, I was able to connect it with a snap link.
This way it stays upright and it doesn't touch or hit my phone in the same pocket.
There are plenty of things in the drawers that need to be given a chance. People in the Elsener factory have thought everything in advance, we just need to give it a try.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #221 on: March 14, 2022, 06:12:54 PM
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I've used the same set up for my wallet as well.  Only use a single chain tho.  As I get older I need everything attached just so I don't have s senior moment and leave things.  I recently went thru a metal detector and took off my Vic clip and they security had a close look.  I was thinking look really hard its a belt clip and chain with wallet attached   :twak: 
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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #222 on: March 14, 2022, 09:56:59 PM
That chain saved me several times. I use the Metro system daily, that says it all. I used to ride with my right hand in contact with my wallet, now I can use my hand (I solve crosswords most of the times). My last wallet is big and slippery, so it has the tendency to stay in the chair when I get up. Now I feel it hanging from my belt and put it back quickly.
But the short chain has its use too, I feel very comfortable, I don't know why I didn't try it earlier. Perhaps because my Opinel doesn't have a bail, as the Merkator.


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #223 on: March 15, 2022, 12:30:25 PM
Finally, many years after I bought this Victorinox Multiclip belt clip  with the 2 chains, I got to use it right.
The long chain goes to my wallet for over a year now. Today I changed pocket for my K55K, from left to right. Thus, I was able to connect it with a snap link.
This way it stays upright and it doesn't touch or hit my phone in the same pocket.
There are plenty of things in the drawers that need to be given a chance. People in the Elsener factory have thought everything in advance, we just need to give it a try. (Image removed from quote.)

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Never thought about using the clip for two pockets. Seems it works like a charm. Have to try it.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #224 on: March 15, 2022, 01:11:33 PM
Never thought about using the clip for two pockets. Seems it works like a charm. Have to try it.

 :cheers: :tu:

You bet.
Most of the times I can open the knife one handed by holding the blade and pulling it, the chain acts like an anchor and does the rest. Then I cut at the waist level, without disengaging from the snap clip and put it back.I even cut paper on the desk while seated this way. I might try a longer chain too.


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Reply #225 on: March 15, 2022, 06:15:33 PM
You bet.
Most of the times I can open the knife one handed by holding the blade and pulling it, the chain acts like an anchor and does the rest. Then I cut at the waist level, without disengaging from the snap clip and put it back.I even cut paper on the desk while seated this way. I might try a longer chain too.

Wow... lazy much?!

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Reply #226 on: March 15, 2022, 06:38:05 PM
Wow... lazy much?!

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #227 on: March 17, 2022, 09:18:26 AM
New EDC bag.
More compact, more gentle for the shoulder and able to be used as a monosling or backpack.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #228 on: March 18, 2022, 11:27:42 AM
You bet.
Most of the times I can open the knife one handed by holding the blade and pulling it, the chain acts like an anchor and does the rest. Then I cut at the waist level, without disengaging from the snap clip and put it back.I even cut paper on the desk while seated this way. I might try a longer chain too.
https://youtube.com/shorts/Uc64xghdboo?feature=share

How I handle the knife in chains.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #229 on: March 20, 2022, 10:17:07 AM
Full current EDC list

A. Bag: Now "Tactical" 16lt bag with 3 compartments, D rings and Mole system.

B. Skinth L Shield:
1. LM Skeletool (or other tool with clip)
2.Victorinox Swisschamp XLT (or LM Charge and Crunch, or Spirit and Alox X, or Swisschamp or LM Juice XE6 and another smaller tool)
3. 3 additional Cybertool bits in a plastic container, for a total of 7 different double ended bits (all I could find)
4.Victorinox Watchmaker, blue metal scales
5. LM Squirt S4.
6. Victorinox Nailcare Swisscard (I intend to find some wood scales for my XLT, so I have scale tools here, and I use the file and scissors a lot)
7. Mini Maglite Solitaire LED
8. One LM bit kit with mostly Allen bits
9 3-4 Surgical blades
10. 3 long and strong needles
11. Victorinox Recta compass with spirit level, thermometer, magnifier, ruler
12. Pocketwrench II (acts also as a divider between the Vic and the LM)
13. LM Surge Metal File/saw (for sharpening)
14. Victorinox sharpening stone

C: Skinth Toolet
1. 2 Parker Jotters
2. Long Tweezers
3. Lighter
4. Band Aids
5. Mask
6. IKEA pencil
7. CR2016 batter
8 AAA Battery
9. Blue Tak
10 E-Cig Cleaner (Glow system with NEO sticks)
11. USB Flash memory
12. Occasionally, banknotes

D. In the bag
1. Waterproof cover for the bag
2. Folding bag (and another one)
3. Neck tube
4. Bag in bag
5. Camera bag with USB chargers, cables, powerbank etc
6. Eyeglasses container with add-on sunglasses filters
7. Zeiss 6x18T* Monocular
8. Siebert Emoskop mini microscope
9. Belomo 10x Triplet magnifier
10. Victorinox Ceramic sharpener
11. Container with 4711 Eau de Cologne
12. Nitecore SRT9 LED torch (White, UV, RGB)
13. Sony WF-XB700 Bluetooth earphones
14. Wet wipes antibacterial
15. Handkerchiefs
16. Masks, surgical and cloth
17. 8" Lenovo Tablet
18. 1.5TB WD HDD
19. Neoprene cover for bottles
20. Flat hat
21. Moleskin Notebook and paper
22. Crossword magazine
23. Medical stamps
24. Keychain with MekArmy SGN3 light (White, UV and red)
25 Fauxton light
26 Football themed pouch  with 2 Glow e-cigs and 2 packs of NEO sticks
27. Occasionally other items, like
28a. Umbrella
28b. Gloves
28c. Wool cap
28d. Soda bottle
28e. Thermos 500ml
28f. Book
28g. Errands stuff
28h. Things I might buy
28i, Wenger Ranger Hunter 130mm knife (when at nature)
28j. Domino Bicycle playing cards deck or other small game (like Mille Bornes, or mini Domino)
29. Hooks, carabiners etc, for attaching stuff.
30. Sewing kits and paper nailfiles, complimentary items from Hotel rooms.
31. A chocolate bar, some Skittles, MnMs or Tic Tac, they live a short life usually
32. Sometimes a binocular (Nikon Monarch 7ED that I EDCed for years, Pentax Papillio and/or Soviet Opera glasses or other)

E. On me
1. K55K Mercator knife (might be an Opinel #8, Douk-Douk, 91mm SAK, Helle Dokka, Spyderco Endura, or other)
2. Wallet
3. Victorinox belt clip with 2 chains, securing the above 1 and 2
4. Komboloi (Black Obsidian, some times Red Coral)
5. Smartphone (Huawei P30 Lite now)
6. Mask
7. Smarsmurfch Samsung Galaxy (might be other, like Suunto Core, Casio, Swiss Army Hanova)
8. Clothes and shoes, according to weather
9. Wedding ring
10 Thin gold chain with 3 small ornaments my wife gave me when we met 37.5 years ago (a heart she was wearing), when we engaged 30 years ago (a promise) and when our kids reached adulthood, 10 years ago (an anchor).

I think I am down to my naked skin now, there's nothing significant to add.
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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #230 on: March 22, 2022, 03:14:27 PM
https://youtube.com/shorts/Uc64xghdboo?feature=share

How I handle the knife in chains.

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Very smooth.   :tu:
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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #231 on: April 10, 2022, 12:52:24 PM
Some additional small items into my EDC.
All fit inside the two Skinths. Only the Maglite Solitaire was removed because it doesn't work properly any more, but, hey, I got a Nitecore SR9, not to mention the MecArmy on my keys.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #232 on: April 11, 2022, 10:21:44 PM
Full current EDC list

A. Bag: Now "Tactical" 16lt bag with 3 compartments, D rings and Mole system.

B. Skinth L Shield:
1. LM Skeletool (or other tool with clip)
2.Victorinox Swisschamp XLT (or LM Charge and Crunch, or Spirit and Alox X, or Swisschamp or LM Juice XE6 and another smaller tool)
3. 3 additional Cybertool bits in a plastic container, for a total of 7 different double ended bits (all I could find)
4.Victorinox Watchmaker, blue metal scales
5. LM Squirt S4.
6. Victorinox Nailcare Swisscard (I intend to find some wood scales for my XLT, so I have scale tools here, and I use the file and scissors a lot)
7. Mini Maglite Solitaire LED
8. One LM bit kit with mostly Allen bits
9 3-4 Surgical blades
10. 3 long and strong needles
11. Victorinox Recta compass with spirit level, thermometer, magnifier, ruler
12. Pocketwrench II (acts also as a divider between the Vic and the LM)
13. LM Surge Metal File/saw (for sharpening)
14. Victorinox sharpening stone

C: Skinth Toolet
1. 2 Parker Jotters
2. Long Tweezers
3. Lighter
4. Band Aids
5. Mask
6. IKEA pencil
7. CR2016 batter
8 AAA Battery
9. Blue Tak
10 E-Cig Cleaner (Glow system with NEO sticks)
11. USB Flash memory
12. Occasionally, banknotes

D. In the bag
1. Waterproof cover for the bag
2. Folding bag (and another one)
3. Neck tube
4. Bag in bag
5. Camera bag with USB chargers, cables, powerbank etc
6. Eyeglasses container with add-on sunglasses filters
7. Zeiss 6x18T* Monocular
8. Siebert Emoskop mini microscope
9. Belomo 10x Triplet magnifier
10. Victorinox Ceramic sharpener
11. Container with 4711 Eau de Cologne
12. Nitecore SRT9 LED torch (White, UV, RGB)
13. Sony WF-XB700 Bluetooth earphones
14. Wet wipes antibacterial
15. Handkerchiefs
16. Masks, surgical and cloth
17. 8" Lenovo Tablet
18. 1.5TB WD HDD
19. Neoprene cover for bottles
20. Flat hat
21. Moleskin Notebook and paper
22. Crossword magazine
23. Medical stamps
24. Keychain with MekArmy SGN3 light (White, UV and red)
25 Fauxton light
26 Football themed pouch  with 2 Glow e-cigs and 2 packs of NEO sticks
27. Occasionally other items, like
28a. Umbrella
28b. Gloves
28c. Wool cap
28d. Soda bottle
28e. Thermos 500ml
28f. Book
28g. Errands stuff
28h. Things I might buy
28i, Wenger Ranger Hunter 130mm knife (when at nature)
28j. Domino Bicycle playing cards deck or other small game (like Mille Bornes, or mini Domino)
29. Hooks, carabiners etc, for attaching stuff.
30. Sewing kits and paper nailfiles, complimentary items from Hotel rooms.
31. A chocolate bar, some Skittles, MnMs or Tic Tac, they live a short life usually
32. Sometimes a binocular (Nikon Monarch 7ED that I EDCed for years, Pentax Papillio and/or Soviet Opera glasses or other)

E. On me
1. K55K Mercator knife (might be an Opinel #8, Douk-Douk, 91mm SAK, Helle Dokka, Spyderco Endura, or other)
2. Wallet
3. Victorinox belt clip with 2 chains, securing the above 1 and 2
4. Komboloi (Black Obsidian, some times Red Coral)
5. Smartphone (Huawei P30 Lite now)
6. Mask
7. Smarsmurfch Samsung Galaxy (might be other, like Suunto Core, Casio, Swiss Army Hanova)
8. Clothes and shoes, according to weather
9. Wedding ring
10 Thin gold chain with 3 small ornaments my wife gave me when we met 37.5 years ago (a heart she was wearing), when we engaged 30 years ago (a promise) and when our kids reached adulthood, 10 years ago (an anchor).

I think I am down to my naked skin now, there's nothing significant to add.
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Are you carrying all of this daily?


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #233 on: April 11, 2022, 10:47:47 PM
Yes. It's not much. They fit in a little bag.

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #234 on: April 11, 2022, 11:01:01 PM
It just seems like a lot. I am curious how often you use these items, but that might be a bit much to ask  :D Maybe most and least used item? Also curious about the Vic watchmaker. Why is that in your EDC?  :popcorn:


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Reply #235 on: April 11, 2022, 11:35:16 PM
You are right, I could do with a Swisschamp, or an executive. But I enjoy playing with those tools since my teens.
In the long term the Swisschamp XLT is the most carried and used. The Skinths give me the opportunity to cary more and I took advantage.
But, now I use mostly the Squirt scissors for paper and Executive scissors for Nailcare (it was the Swisscard scissors just before using the executive, the Skeletool's pliers, the K55K knife, the long needle, the tweezers, executive's nail cleaner as a small philips driver (it was the Squirt 2D Phillips before), and nailfile for nails. All other tools play much less.
Do you do always what is needed and never what is pleasing?

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #236 on: April 12, 2022, 07:41:43 AM
Forgot about the Watchmaker. I love that, it's the thinnest and lightest I have. I use it to change scales and open delicate items like, say, watches.
But all these are excuses. I just love SAKs, which makes me an oddity here I think!

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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #237 on: April 12, 2022, 08:26:07 AM
Forgot about the Watchmaker. I love that, it's the thinnest and lightest I have. I use it to change scales and open delicate items like, say, watches.
But all these are excuses. I just love SAKs, which makes me an oddity here I think!

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I think this is the one place where you are not an oddity with that thinking  :tu:


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #238 on: April 12, 2022, 08:32:07 AM
You are right, I could do with a Swisschamp, or an executive. But I enjoy playing with those tools since my teens.
In the long term the Swisschamp XLT is the most carried and used. The Skinths give me the opportunity to cary more and I took advantage.
But, now I use mostly the Squirt scissors for paper and Executive scissors for Nailcare (it was the Swisscard scissors just before using the executive, the Skeletool's pliers, the K55K knife, the long needle, the tweezers, executive's nail cleaner as a small philips driver (it was the Squirt 2D Phillips before), and nailfile for nails. All other tools play much less.
Do you do always what is needed and never what is pleasing?

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Of course not. If I would, all i would carry is a classic  :ahhh

I just always strife to find the perfect tool set for my EDC, even though I am fairly certain that it doesn't exist. Which is why i switch my EDC so often. But it is fun to think about potential usage scenarios, finding the perfect tool for those, amd then realize two days later that i missed a crucial point and start all over again. Some people would say this was tidious, and just pick one and stick with it. But for my analytical brain, this makes perfect sense.  :facepalm:


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Re: kkokkolis' EDC & SDC
Reply #239 on: April 12, 2022, 09:12:24 AM
I passed through several phases in that quest.
The recent setup is possible because of this cheap "tactical" bag.
It proved much more versatile and sturdy than the two I used before, a Victorinox and a National Geographic monoslings.
This one has countless options of carrying things. I put bottles and the umbrella on the outside and the two Skinths fit in the middle compartment and they stay there tightly. I can use the MOLE if I want to, as seen.
All tools fit in the two Skinths shown. That's not much. The Toolet has everything I use daily (like Executive, lighter, pens, ruler/compass, ecig cleaner etc. All the rest go into the Shield.
I show you the solution for protecting my metal water container from hitting around. I put a wine bottle protection net, which I sew at the bottom. I also secure it between the strap and my ribs when hiking.

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