Giveaway: Bigger, Bolder Essentials
Update: This contest has ended. Congratulations to Jesse C for taking home this prize!
Who else loves free EDC gear? Every week or so, we'll be giving away prize packages full of interesting gear we get our hands on, or very special single item prizes for you to win.
This week, we're giving away another set of tanky, overbuilt, heavy duty gear.
We’ll run the giveaway for a week. Good luck everyone, and carry on! Congratulations to Dane H, winner of our previous Classy Casual Essentials giveaway.
Make sure you're logged in, then head over to our giveaway page for your chance to win the following:
- Knox Flat Black FPW: The FPW (or Front Pocket Wallet) is minimal in its design, but overbuilt in its construction. RFID-blocking, cerakote-finished aluminum plates sandwiching cards together securely, while external bands snap tight on twice-folded cash, spare keys, and other small essentials. ($75)
- Kershaw 6034T Emerson CQC-7K: A collaboration between Emerson and Kershaw, the 6034T brings Emerson's iconic "Wave" function and utilitarian design language to a Kershaw production folder. With G10 scales, a frame lock, and Wave-opening, it's an affordable EDC option for those looking for something to get the job done, fast. ($60)
- Fenix LD11 Flashlight: An ideal EDC flashlight in many ways: it runs off a single AA battery, it's compact, sturdy, and has the build quality of a tool you can depend on. It pushes a respectable 130 lumens, reaching a screaming 300 with the right battery. ($50)
- 5.11 Tactical ScribeLight XBT Pen: Your ideas just got brighter. The XBT Pen combines an oversized heavy duty tactical pen and a button-activated light for an all-in-one illuminated note taking solution. A clear ring at the tip of the pen illuminates once you advance the ink cartridge tip with a single click, providing unobtrusive light close to the page. ($40)
Smith & Bradley Springfield Watch: A robust, no-frills, American-made field watch with stunning clarity and legibility. If you don't win the one up for grabs here, you can still get one on Kickstarter for a few. Read my initial write-up on the watch for more details here. ($160)
Prize Package Value: $385