submitted by duneplanet
I’ve been a long time reader of this blog and been into the whole edc thing for quite some time now. I value simplicity in both construction and usability of gear. I try to keep the overall weight and bulk of my EDC stuff at a minimum.
- Sinn 856 non-utc
- Spyderco Dragonfly ZDP-189
- Zebralight SC51
- Saddleback Leather Simple Wallet
- Iphone 4
Please keep up the great work. Your blog is a pleasure to read. Thanks for your effort.
Editor’s Note: Hi, thanks for the kind words. I can relate to your philosophy and approach to your carry as I also aim for high quality and practicality in a minimal, well-designed system. The D-fly and SC51 are great choices for a compact EDC that does not compromise performance. Both of these tools boast nice ergonomics as well, with the D-fly’s lightweight but grippy FRN scales and jimped finger choils and the Zebralight’s side-switch operation that lets you hold the light at waist level better unlike many other more tactical lights. As always I like seeing thin, durable wallets and keyrings kept free of clutter, so good job with that. While I normally like to see some kind of retaining clip or keychain with keys, I can imagine with a sparse carry like yours you can afford to comfortbably pocket carry your keys. Last but definitely not least, beautiful Sinn… the finish is gorgeous.
Thanks for sharing and carry on.
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