submitted by torjonsson

Hello, this is my EDC: 

I find the can opener driver to be sufficient for most philips screws, so my preference is the corkscrew. It functions as a marlin spike (+ I drink wine and attend parties) and I prefer the look and feel of a corkscrew SAK.

The Spartan is representing as my knife on this photo, but it could just as well have been my Skeletool CX which I carry equally much.

I prefer a SAK or the Skeletool for their added versatility to any common folder. For serious cutting tasks I use sheath knives.  

During this dark time of year I sometimes EDC a Nitecore EZ AA R5 but it’s rare. It’s usually in a bag. What I have listed in the photograph is what I carry on my person. 

Thank you for reading and keep up the good work!

Editor’s Note: Very cool — I like that you’ve found your preferred Swiss Army Knife in the Spartan. I think for a minimalist, less-tactical carry, Victorinox offers a wide variety with some models that are bound to fit your every EDC need. I myself love the Super Tinker. Beautiful watch and wallet, too. I can see the appeal of keeping your wallet and phone together but I can only imagine the frustration of losing or forgetting your wallet… and your phone~

Thanks for sharing and carry on.

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