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Refine Your EDC with Curated Gear from Bespoke Post

Covering your bases and getting things done are just half the fun of having your own EDC. Personalizing your kit to exactly fit your needs and style is part of the experience, too. So if you're looking for some noteworthy gear to round out your kit and make it your own, you just might find it in a box of gear from Bespoke Post. Each box is based on a theme, filled with hand-picked gear, loaded with value, and shipped to your door every month. And even if your EDC is dialed in just right, Bespoke Post has other gear for the rest of the fine things in your life.

Each month, Bespoke Post presents a box of at least $70 worth of gear based on your preferences, but only costs $45 with a subscription. If you like what you see, you can opt for that box as your delivery for the month. If you're not interested in that month's box, you can skip it and check back the following month for a fresh box of gear and hopefully discover something new you'd enjoy. And you can cancel at any time in case the boxes don't work out for you. Overall, the subscription makes for an easy way to discover new brands and try new hobbies without having to do the research while saving money doing so. Check out all the boxes Bespoke Post has to offer at the link below.

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RovyVon Aurora A5

These days it takes more than a spec bump and a smaller footprint to stand out when it comes to EDC lights. Up and coming light manufacturer RovyVon brings both the output and the portability to their 550-lumen Aurora A5 keychain light, but that's just the beginning. Its glow-in-the-dark body is jam-packed with multiple LEDs and other carry-friendly features, making it one of the most versatile lighting tools you can EDC right now.

The Aurora A5 bucks the trend of your typical metal-tube flashlight design with its fluorescent polycarbonate shell. It glows green in the dark, but it's also translucent enough for its two side-mounted LEDs to shine through. The glow-in-the-dark green helps locate the light without using up its battery, while the red side LED functions as a beacon or signal light, and the side-mounted white LED offers a lantern-like flood for reading.

Its main CREE XP-G3 LED pushes up to 550 lumens on its highest setting. Its medium mode hits around 220 lumens, while its Low mode offers 20 lumens of general EDC utility. A stainless steel bezel protects the emitter from impact, while a total internal reflection lens makes for a wide, even beam of floody light. You can control its modes using its side switch that's even capable of both momentary and constant-on operation.

The Aurora A5 also comes with a low-battery indicator and recharges via USB in just 45 minutes. For even more convenience, it comes with a 2-way friction clip for pocket- or ballcap carry, while a lanyard attachment points rounds out your EDC options. Perhaps most impressive is it manages to fit all this technology into an IP65 water resistant body that's only 2.16” long and weighs less than half an ounce at 0.416 oz. You can upgrade your keychain kit with an Aurora A5 at the link below.

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