Everyday Carry

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15 EDC Essentials Under $15 Part 2

Rounding out your EDC doesn't always have to cost and arm and a leg. In the first installment of 15 Under $15, we showed that a complete and effective carry requires very little investment. If you've been feeling the pinch lately but still feeling the itch for new gear, here are some more of our affordable picks to keep both your carry and your wallet happy.

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Screwpop Utility Knife

Screwpop has minimized the bulky boxcutter, replacing it with a compact tool worthy of your keychain. The Screwpop takes a standard utility knife blade and houses it in a thin, durable housing with a unique method of extending the cutting edge. The lock lever pivots at the keychain attachment ring and locks into one of the 4 notches in the utility blade. Selecting a different notch allows for a deeper or shallower depth of cut. The body is TSA-approved, meaning you can carry it anywhere  and easily find replacement blades wherever you go. Take advantage of this affordable, portable blade and give your keys a break when opening boxes and packaging.

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