My Everyday Carry
This pocket dump is based on my needs at work, nothing fancy. The Uniball Signo 207 has been very reliable over the years, though I have lost a few of them. Accompanied with a Moleskine Ruled Cahier Journal covered with a leather passport cover (turned out to be a perfect fit, also fit in my rear pocket) to take any small notes including guest requests, etc. The watch, a Citizen Excalibur is simple and reliable, again. And the newest addition, a wedding ring by Frank & Co. Then, a rarely used item but always there when I need it, a Streamlight Microstream; small, light, and equipped with an easy to find AAA battery, very important! Even though I work in a hotel, I still do carry a cutting tool, a Spyderco Dragonfly Foliage Green G10, I also have the Dragonfly2 Salt version, but its for another EDC kit. The Dragonfly family is the best EDC knife in my opinion, to serve some minute tasks, such as cuting straps, opening boxes/envelopes. Mine, with the G10 handle is not the lightest in the family, but I just love G10 handle and it’s built. My keychain consists of a Spyderco Ladybug3 ZDP-189 (a backup for its bigger brother, the Dragonfly), plus both my locker and apartment key, needs to be separated from the car or motorcycle key because sometime to I have take the public transportation on the day when they shutdown the roads like on Jakarta Marathon. Then the most important of all, when I don’t have the pen, notebook, or flashlight, this will do all its job; an iPhone 5 in a Lifeproof Nüüd. I do miss the thin form of my phone without its case, but I drop my phones too many times, a rugged case is a must.
Many more are not pictured here, but these are my essentials.
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