submitted by liz
I’ve been lurking on the site for a while, but finally got a chance to submit my own EDC photo.
From left to right:
- metal cig case re-purposed as a wallet
- Vera Bradley keychain with a 4gb flash drive
- Maruman Mneomosyne graph paper memo pad
- Victorinox Swiss Army stainless steel chronograph watch
- white gold Plumeria pendant with mother of pearl inlay
- Rotring 800 drafting pencil
- Kaweco AC Sport fountain pen (mmmm carbon fiber)
- iPhone 4
- Swiss Army knife
Editor’s Note: Pen game proper. Nice choice with the Rotring 800, the retractable tip makes it more suitable for EDC. I like that the overall carry is fairly minimalist with a nice blend of daintier accessories balanced with very practical, high-quality tools. Your SAK reminds me of how much I miss my SuperTinker after losing it. 84-91mm Swiss Army Knives I feel are pretty underrated for an EDC blade. Thanks for sharing~
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