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Piuma Fountain Pen

"Designed to be amongst the most minimal of writing instruments, the Piuma Fountain Pen is stripped of all extraneous features. The pen’s body is machined of either aluminum, brass, or titanium billet to a smooth rounded contour that’s continuous with its cap. The latter goes on and comes off quickly thanks to wide threading and reveals an interchangeable German-made Bock nib in either polished or matte black…" (via GearHungry)

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Firebiner

You can’t climb with it, but the Firebiner still does more than your average bottle opener-equipped carabiner. This carabiner can open bottles too, but more importantly on the bottom lies an integrated EverSpark firewheel with replaceable ferro rod that shoots sparks to help start fires a lot quicker than rubbing sticks. It’s also got a small utility blade for cutting rope or fishing line as well as a screwdriver, just in case… (via GearHungry)

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Nomatic Travel Bag

"You might know Nomatic from their ultra-compact Basics Wallet that cleverly makes contained cards accessible. Now they’re tackling a different carry with their Nomatic Travel Bag, a carry-on designed for trips up to one week in length and that’s packed to the brim with features. First, the straps: switching from backpack to duffel modes takes literal seconds thanks to a unique design that eliminates dangling straps. A flap with both laptop and tablet pockets lets you fly through security checkpoints without removing them from the bag while also granting full access to the bag’s contents for optimal packing…" (via GearHungry)

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Riind Pen

The Riind Pen’s most apparent feature is unique clip, which boasts a low profile and also maintains its clipping force through a large range of motion. But more than that it’s also equipped with a unique continuous cam design that extends the pen tip with a half-twist of its end in any direction and retracts it with another. The writing implement is also made to last with its machined aluminum body and fits over 35 different 110mm ink cartridges… (via GearHungry)

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Civilware Pointer Field Knife

"When senseless bureaucrats — you know the type — deem the centerpiece of many EDCer’s aggregation to be too pointy, sharp, long, or easy to access what’s a modern day boy scout to do? Enter Civilware’s Pointer Folding Knife. This friction folder cedes thumb studs and serrated edges for smooth simple lines that carry possible almost anywhere. Instead of a traditional lock or a liner-locker, the Pointer utilizes an extended tang to keep the knife open in your hand. Though small in size the 2.5-inch heat-treated 416 stainless steel blade is corrosion resistant, and exhibits excellent edge retention and sharpening properties. Titanium and G10 handles make for an ergonomic and elegant piece…" (via GearHungry)

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Slide Survival Belt

"It blends in on a pair of slacks or coupled to a suit. It’s when it comes off that Slide’s Survival Belt really shines. The buckle is not unlike a Swiss Army knife, revealing a bottle opener, titanium nitride coated AUS-8 stainless steel blade, and an LED flashlight. Both the nylon fiber unibody buckle and strap are durable, resisting water, frost, abrasion, and long exposure to UV light. And best of all, like all of Slides belts, there aren’t holes along the strap, granting a greater degree of adjustability thanks to their notch system which slides along and locks in wherever…" (via GearHungry)

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Bradley Element Watch

As well suited for the visually impaired as it is for everyone else, the Bradley Element watch is a follow-up to and refinement of the original Bradley watch that looks even sleeker. It boasts a redesigned, more rugged case body made of PVD-plated ceramic that’s sculpted with three-dimensional surface elements that define time markers. And to tell the time two magnetized ball bearings make their way around the watch’s two concentric rings, one in the center for the hour and the other around its edge to mark minutes… (via GearHungry)

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Beertop Delta

"Having also designed the PiCO, Pangea Designs’ is no stranger to making bottle openers. Their latest, the Beertop Delta, is as much a top popper as it is a spinning top. Each is made of a CNC waterjet cut titanium triangular frame in a variety of colors that sits around a press-fit steel ball bearing and boasts three bottle openers around its sides. It’s small enough for keychain carry and interesting enough to spin about even when you’re not knocking back cold ones…" (via GearHungry)

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Balanst Wallet

The Balanst Wallet more closely resembles a phone or a sleek backup battery than a cash carrier, but we’re not complaining. Swipe it open with one hand to instantly reveal the six cards within which automatically lift out of the back compartment for picking and choosing the one you need. The front compartment fits miscellaneous other stuff like a couple of folded banknotes, coins, and a key or memory card, and everything inside is RFID protected thanks to the anodized aluminum enclosure… (via GearHungry)

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Bellroy Note Sleeve 2.0

It comes in three new colors. But those aren’t the only changes seen in Bellroy’s Note Sleeve 2.0. Its coin pocket and card slots have been rebalanced to let the wallet fold flat even when it’s filled to the brim with cards and cash. Flip it open and your three most used cards are revealed, with another in the banknote compartment. Jam the rest of your cards in the large compartment on the left side; revealing them takes just a quick tug of its pull tab. It’ll hold up to 11 cards comfortably and can even hide a few business cards instead of coins in the coin compartment, protected by a leather flap to keep coming out clean and crisp… (via GearHungry)

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Ystudio Brassing Pen & Pencil

Creating beautiful things seems to come naturally when the tools we’re using are equally beautiful. Ystudio’s Brassing Pen & Pencil are the polar opposite of flimsy and disposable, like most writing implements we’re accustomed to. They’re both made of hefty brass for writing stability and feature a distinct matte black coating that shows the raw metal underneath at its edges… (via GearHungry)

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Timbuk2 Especial Primo Backpack

"Some backpacks conceal outstanding function with a minimal appearance. The Especial Primo is one such bag, yet it packs tremendous bang for your buck. The backpack is fully welded and entirely waterproof — that’s saying something when you’re staring down tough conditions, either while biking, hiking or traveling. The reflective binding and markers help you stand out when the light is low, and the sleek black color and discreet logo placement both make this bag equally fit for urban streets and high-country trails…" (via GearHungry)

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Swiza Swiss Pocket Knife

They’re not a newly founded company — in fact, Swiza has been making clocks and watches in Switzerland for over a century. But this is their first stab (sorry) at a Swiss Knife, and a damn good one at that. The Swiza Swiss Pocket Knife is not technically a Swiss Army Knife since they’re not being supplied to the military, but the folding knife is instantly recognizable thanks to a red grip on either side of its handle, one that’s adorned with a prominent white cross. Sure-grip soft touch handles are more ergonomic to grip than the standard, while full die-cut slots make it equally easy to open with either hand. Features include a 75mm locking blade that unlocks at the press of the cross, a bottle opener, can opener, two flatheads, a corkscrew, a reamer, a sewing awl, and a pair of tweezers… (via GearHungry)

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DSPTCH Portfolio

Use it as a standalone laptop bag or as a sleeve and toss it in a bigger pack. Either way, the Dsptch Portfolio offers far more functionality than most sleeves. The case features a multitude of well thought out slots and compartments including one for a slim 13-inch laptop or tablet, its power adapter, cables, pens, earbuds, a hard drive, a backup battery, plus other small tech accessories… (via GearHungry)

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Level Gear Toolcard

Forty tools. One card. That’s the promise by the people behind the Lever Gear Toolcard. Each is USA made of 1.5mm thin blade quality 420 stainless steel in silver or black and features laser marked graphics that outline its numerous functions. These include both metric and imperial rulers, a prybar, a bottle opener, cord cutter, one Phillips and various flathead screwdrivers, a can opener, box opener, a protractor, a variety of both metric and imperial wrenches, to name a few… (via GearHungry)

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MBI Matchlight

Smaller than most matches, the MBI Matchlight contains eight of the tiniest flashlights you’ve ever seen all wrapped up in a matchbook. At the bottom of each light sits a neodymium magnet that lets each flashlight stick to ferrous metals and holds them to the match case before and after use, the case itself being made of waterproof card stock and fitted with magnets as well… (via GearHungry)

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