Editor’s Note: Hey there! You’ve got a pretty sleek carry that looks great for urban use. I noticed your keychain setup could probably benefit from a few small tweaks here and there, especially considering that’s where you’ve designated your light and tools. Consider swapping out that dinky carabiner and consolidate some of your split rings (i.e. one ring for tools, one for keys) to reduce bulk, noise and the risk of rings/clips failing. You can still keep your chain modular but without most of the bulk. Alternatively, you can try suspending and tucking your keys into your pocket, while leaving your tools riding on a belt clip of some sort for quicker access if you need your light or knife in a pinch. I recommend the Lucky Line 40401, here’s an example of how I did it. Otherwise, everything looks great! I hope this helps, and thanks so much for sharing.
These are our picks for the best EDC knives you can buy this year if you’re on a tighter budget. They’re knives that time and time again answer the question "What knife should I buy?" The hundreds of appearances of these knives in carries on the site over the years speak for themselves. Even better: these knives are all under 3", making them a safe EDC choice for most parts of the world where larger knives are prohibited.
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Everyday Carry, or EDC, generally refers to small items or gadgets worn, carried, or made available in pockets, holsters, or bags on a daily basis to manage common tasks or for use in unexpected situations or emergencies. In a broader sense, it is a lifestyle, discipline, or philosophy of preparedness.