But what fun will that be wearing it like a Maxpedition? (Image removed from quote.)And if I could find my old school radio, I will put that on my EDC list...(I always get a kick out of it whenever I see people hiking with one of this)(Image removed from quote.)
I used to have these two. I started with the Crown (loved it as it was more "portable" than the 777 )The 777 came out for parties and when I briefly dabbled in DJ-ing with my mate (it was used to cue up tape remixes as it had a fader )Old Skool Cool
Coal. Every year...the same thing. I'm not even sure it isn't the same lump......
That is cool!
I hate to say this, but it's not even proper coal, it's just a rock painted black.
No wonder it doesn't burn away in the grate....
I'm not enamoured of your edc so far Alan.
I'm still kicking it around. I might try it with just the Spirit. We'll see what happens...
I can't see myself just EDC'ing a pliers based multitool. I'd have to have something else in a pocket: a small traditional or a Vic Classic. Something easy to pull out any use. The 30-day Spirit challenge is one of the easiest I've ever done. The Spirit is such a good multitool, you really don't need much else....maybe a flashlight...maybe a magnifying lens...a pen....maybe a handkerchief..... However, I think the convenience of a small pocket knife makes such a thing mandatory for me. Most of my life, I've carried a Classic or Rambler plus something else. The Benchmade folder stays in the pocket while the Rambler comes out to open a package. The Wave stays in its sheath while the Classic comes out to snip a loose thread. It's always that little SAK that gets the most use. I like having a bigger, more capable tool with me on a daily basis--for the unexpected--but it's the small ones that seem to get the most use.
Glad to have you.I think I’ve decided other than the obvious phone and wallet (and water bottle if that counts), I’m going to limit myself to my edc organizer pouch and what I normally have in it. Although, I have to figure out which SAK gets the nod - probably between Yeoman and Mountain Yeoman.(Image removed from quote.)I say limit myself, when that pouch probably has more than many people carry.
Looks like a nice pouch! What's in the zip part
Thanks. I love these. My last one is still in good shape after a year of edc in a cargo pocket, but I wanted one with a back slot pocket add and a little height.The Zipper part has an assortment of items, some regularly used and some just in case:- basic boo boo kit (2x2 gauze, steri-strips, couple bandaids, topical wipes, some OTC, anti-itch gel)- Uncle Bill’s Sliver Grippers- ~1L ziploc bag with 2 water purifier tablets- single use super glue- ~2ft duct tape wrap around fresnal lens plastic case. A couple paper clips and couple safety pins are under end- pen and couple sheets write-in-rain paper- some hygiene items (coin towel, single use finger toothbrush, 2 single use floss)- a couple prescription meds- 2x Goodies powdersThere is also a single slot pocket on the back that has 2 anti-bacterial wipes and a few sheets of antibacterial paper soap.
Wow, that's a great assortment of goodies inside the pouch, very utilitarian.
Very nice and capable load out! Where's the pouch from?