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What I carry everyday. Left to right

Omega Seamaster
Gap repurposed wallet
Peter Atwood G5b
Swiss Army Manager attached to keys
Modified Zebra 701 with bit driver
Generic notepad. 

Editor’s Note: Neat little setup here. Nice minimalism and I like the DIY effort you’ve put into your carry to make it unique and even more practical. Just look at that awesome F-701 mod! It looks like you’ve replaced the tailcap with a bit driver and repositioned the clip at the other end. It’s a pretty clever idea — that way you can get added functionality of two drivers and with the repositioned clip you don’t have to worry about accidental leaks in your pocket (which I can’t imagine happening wih the F701 considering how robust it is!). I just imagine that actually using the driver installed into the retractable tailcap might be an issue… Anyway, nice watch and great choice of the Manager on your keychain. I’ve got one too! I would suggest maybe just adding a small keychain light considering you’ve got some space on your keyring. Using a McGizmo clip with it like you do with your SAK you can keep it modular for when you do want to carry a light.

Overall, good carry, great mod too. Thanks for sharing!

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It would take an exceptionally well executed product to make phone case/wallet hybrids catch on, especially with the minimalist EDC crowd. While they aren’t anything new, you can chalk up their relative unpopularity to a couple of factors. First, most “folio” cases tend to add a ton of bulk to an already unwieldy generation of smartphones. Second, they don’t offer much else more than the convenience of keeping your phone and just a few of your cards in one place, which is a little risky in itself. With their strong existing lineup of slim wallets and quality phone covers, Bellroy stands the best chance of finally solving these problems with their new Phone Wallet.

True to their minimalist design, Bellroy shaves bulk off the traditional folio case using their stripped down pocket layout. Instead of lumping individual card slots all into the cover, the Phone Wallet distributes cards in more places for higher capacity in a sleeker silhouette: 2 cards fit in the front cover pocket, while up to 3 cards and once-folded cash tuck away behind the phone on the back of the case itself.

Small, thoughtful details add even more functionality to the wallet, like a microfiber-lined case interior to keep scratches to a minimum, hidden slots for a SIM card and pin for the traveling types, a leather tab on the cover for easier opening, and a thumb slot on the flap pocket for quicker access to your most used cards. The front cover even doubles as a kickstand for tabletop viewing.

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