My Everyday Carry

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Driver & Craftsman in Germany



(I usually carry a flashlight but lost it a few weeks ago and have not been looking for a new one yet. This needs to change. I would also almost call my iPad Air an EDC but it’s mostly traveling between my car and my home office.)
Obviously there are a few other things I need every day, like a charging cable and headphones for my phone, keys, a ballpen and a wallet for money/cards/drivers license. Of course as a craftsman I need many other tools but all these things are either not always *with me* or always located in the car.
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Kershaw Pico

Sometimes you take one look at a knife and just know it would be perfect for EDC. The Kershaw Pico is one of those knives. Designed by knifemaker Les George, the Pico is sized right, uses good materials, and fits both your carry and your budget.

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