submitted by Alex
Great site, always finding new things I want. This is my current Everyday Carry, sometimes I switch out the watch. I work as a Display Artist and carry a Scout Book sometimes (not pictured), I’ve been looking for a nice, simple, metal pen to accompany the notebook. Any suggestions?
Editor’s Note: Hi Alex, I would say some safe choices for a metal pen to carry would be a Zebra F-701, which is a sturdy, full-sized pen of metal construction with a pocket clip and rugged body. For a notebook of that size, you might find the Pilot Birdy Mini Stainless Steel Pen [reviewed here] to be a good companion. To comment a bit on the rest of your carry, I like how much of it is very slim and streamlined. I actually prefer the Jack Black lip balm myself — tube balms tend to not unscrew/lose caps/mush up in your pocket as much as traditional sticks. The Leek is a solid everyday user knife without taking up too much pocket space. Vintage handkerchief and Braun watch look cool. As for your wallet, I am partial to its design myself (I have a similar one by Corter Leather) as it’s fairly minimal, but word on the street is that Chester Mox copied some MAKR Carry Goods designs… Lastly, of course it couldn’t hurt to add a small flashlight to your keychain, so long as you keep it lightweight that carabiner should retain everything just fine. Thanks for sharing!
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