submitted by Flip
These are the things I carry with me everyday.
- Ibelo lighter with regular flame
- BIC maxi lighter
- Zippo lighter with turboflame insert
- Bally wallet
- Vintage cigarette case (Birmingham, 1894)
- Certina DS-2 Swiss watch with NATO-strap
- Dutch army issued Victorinox pocket knife
- Cross ballpoints (2x)
- Braunbüffel pencil case
- Keys with an AVO cigarpuncher
Editor’s Note: Looks like somebody likes fire, haha. Interesting array of lighters and cigarette related gear! With so many clipless, metal objects in your carry, I hope you’ve found a method of carrying that isn’t too bulky, loud, or likely to scratch/dent your gear against each other. As far as overall utility, the Victorinox covers a lot of everyday tasks, but aside from your lighters it looks like you might find a dedicated torch useful. A small button-celled twisty light could work on your keyring. I also see you carry pens, so maybe adding a pocket notebook could come in handy. Lastly, I’d like to add your carry overall looks beautiful — I especially like the pattern details on your Zippo and cigarette case. The watch and strap bring the aesthetic of the entire carry together with fantastic results.
Thanks for sharing!
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