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SOG Baton Q3

Having a full-sized multi-tool in your EDC is great, but carrying one can be a different story — especially if you're in a more urban environment. Besides taking up much-needed pocket space, traditional multi-tools can draw unwanted attention too. Meanwhile smaller tools all too often sacrifice much of their versatility to take on tougher tasks. Fortunately, SOG's new Baton Q3 strikes a nice balance between functionality and size while staying true to what's most useful in a full-sized multi-tool.

Just by looking at the Baton Q3 it’s obvious that it isn’t your average multi-tool. Its sleek design looks less like something from your toolbox and more like something you'd keep on your desk. It might be hard to tell judging from its modern, marker-like form factor, but the Baton Q3 is packing 13 tools in its matte aluminum body. When closed this tool measures 5.8” in length yet carries comfortably in your pocket or bag thanks to how smooth and slim it is.

The Q3's minimal look and feel makes it perfect for when you want to cover your bases while remaining discreet in the office or around town. Opening it reveals a pair of sturdy pliers along with access to all the tools inside including a wire cutter, screwdriver, and can opener to name a few. Like the smaller Q2, the Baton Q3 also comes with a 2.5” 5Cr15MoV blade for when the task at hand doesn't demand a dedicated knife.

When you consider the number of practical tools in this thin form factor, it’s hard not to appreciate the new SOG Baton Q3. It’s definitely worth checking out if you’re looking for a capable multi-tool that's easier to carry and won't raise eyebrows.

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Nodus Compact Coin Wallet

"A handsome alternative to open minimal wallets, Nodus‘ Italian leather wallet has an RFID-shielded zipper pocket that holds cards and cash, along with a coin pocket, a spare key pocket, and..." (via TheAwesomer)

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Gerber Edict Green

Gerber's original Edict was designed for the people who needed a tough knife for even tougher situations. First responders, military, and law-enforcement could make use of the Edict's heavy-duty materials and design for reliable performance in the field or during emergencies. By taking the original Edict's rugged fit and finish and tweaking it for everyday use, Gerber have refreshed and updated the knife to fit right at home in your EDC.

Two standout features remain in the new Edict: its hefty, high-performance blade, and its rubberized handles that give exceptional grip. Its 3.6” blade features Crucible 154CM steel, giving it excellent edge retention in a drop point shape more ideal for everyday tasks that need longer and more precise slices or cuts. The Edict's handles come with a lightweight FRN core wrapped in a diamond texture overmold to give it the extra grip for hardier cutting jobs. Dual thumbstuds and a lockback mechanism let these two parts come together in a robust whole, giving you a knife that can cut with the best of them from either hand.

And while the Edict is larger than the usual EDC knife, it's relatively light weight at 3.6 ounces. An included pocket clip and lanyard hole still let you EDC the knife in your pockets or strapped to your kit.

The Edict's a rugged knife made in the USA for the people who need it the most. Pick up the new green EDC Edict from the link below, and be sure to check out the original black Edict Tanto for more tactical needs.

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Back to College Essentials

Like it or not, summer is coming to a close and a new school year is right around the corner. Whether you’re a freshman venturing out on your own for the first time or a senior looking forward to graduation, now is a good time to start thinking about some of the essentials you might need. But why battle your way through the crowds of moms at the mall when you can skip the long lines and order everything from eBay straight to your door. It is 2017 right?

Luckily, eBay has everything from desks to backpacks and 68% of their items ship for free, so you can save some of your money for other things like expensive textbooks and ramen. In this back to school college we’ve gathered some of the most useful items to add to your school kit so you’ll be ready for whatever college throws your way.

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