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QuietCarry MARQ Multi-functional Moneyclip

Most minimalist wallets these days get as slim as they are by sacrificing a convenient way to carry cash. However it's usually a matter of when, not if, you'll need to deal with loose bills. You could carry a money clip separately, but it'll be dead weight in your pocket for whenever you aren't carrying cash. The QuietCarry MARQ, on the other hand, brings tons of extra functionality to the table with its folding tool “blade” built right in. Whether you use it as a money clip or a multi-tool, it'll cover your bases without wasting precious pocket space.

The overall shape of the MARQ was inspired by a vintage money clip, but it features modern materials and plenty of hidden functionality concealed within its discreet design. Slim handles and a wide-set clip made from machined titanium make up the frame of the money clip. It can accommodate once or twice-folded bills depending on how many you're carrying or how slim you want it to fit in your pocket. At just 2” long, 0.2” thick, and just over an ounce in weight, it adds virtually no extra bulk to the pocket.

The “blade” on the MARQ sets it apart from most money clips, featuring 10 total functions including a box opener, rope cutter, bottle opener, and pry bar to cover your bases. It's made of a hardy Bohler N690co steel to be tough enough for daily tasks. The UK-friendly blade swivels out via a thumb hole and locks into the frame, while jimping along the spine provides extra grip to maneuver such a compact tool.

The MARQ comes in black and silver colorways to fit right into most EDC setups. It makes for an excellent companion to your wallet and main blade, but can pull double duty as an all-in-one wallet and tool for your minimalist EDCers. As a stretch goal, QuietCarry are looking to offer a dog-tag style blade variant of the MARQ too. You can secure a MARQ for yourself at QuietCarry's fully funded Kickstarter campaign linked below.

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Fixsolve NASH Backpack

In the pursuit of the perfect EDC pack, chances are you've gone through multiple bags over the years (which could be collecting dust by now). Bags tend to be highly mission-specific things, built and designed for one purpose in mind. But as an EDCer who's constantly on the go indoors and out, the last thing you need is to weigh yourself with another niche bag. The NASH Backpack from Fixsolve was designed for modern nomads with versatility in mind as the one bag you can haul anywhere. It boasts a premium construction and a smart design that works whether you take it to the office one day or the outdoors the next.

What sets the NASH backpack apart is ample storage and long-haul durability without aggressively conspicuous tactical styling. Its subdued look is only part tactical, with an all-black color way and MOLLE-compatible webbing, and part outdoors with its roll-top and lashing square on the exterior. In addition to the modularity of the webbing and adjustability of a roll-top design, the bag offers a 19L main compartment, bringing its total capacity to 25L. It's an ideal size for your daily and travel essentials without being so big and bulky that you leave it at home instead. Four compression straps also help keep the pack compact and nimble during your travels when it isn't fully loaded.

The roll-top design makes it perfect for keeping out the rain when you're outside, and the 1500D Cordura shell exterior can keep up with the worst bumps and scrapes that you encounter on your commute. At the rear of the bag, you'll find a secure, dedicated space for a laptop up to 15”. It's also useful for smaller items and critical documents like a passport. An internal admin panel, complete with mesh pockets, zippered compartments, a key leash and cordage loop organize the rest of your gear. Water-tight YKK zippers used throughout keep your essentials secure and dry against the elements.

It may come as a surprise how much you can pack into the NASH, but it makes sense: it's designed to let you live out of it on the journeys you take. You can go to work one day, fly to a different country at night, explore the city when you land and head into nature later with a pack like this. The NASH is built in small batches by experienced craftsmen in the Philippines. You can see its many features at the link below and pick one up for EDC and travel duty on Amazon

As an Everyday Carry reader you can use code EDCxNASH to receive 20% off your purchase of the NASH Backpack. This exclusive discounted pricing is available through 11/23/18, so be sure to grab this bag quickly if you're interested.

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Screwpop Tether

When it comes to inexpensive yet effective keychain solutions for EDC, few do it better than Screwpop. From compact carriers to tiny tools, their products solve problems you didn't even know you had. Their latest release, the Tether, takes on the task of managing a common EDC issue—your keys. It's a minimal, but expandable way to stack and store all your keys, while adding a hardy bit of functionality, too.

The Tether's system is simple: two 6061-T6 anodized aluminum plates are held together by up to 4 sizes of O-rings, anchored to nubs riveted onto each plate. This allows you to carry as many as 24 keys in a stack, folding out Swiss Army Knife-style similar to other key organizers. The Tether also comes with a compact stainless steel bottle opener, sized to sit alongside your keys, ready to pop a cold one at a moment's notice.

As with other Screwpop products, the Tether is meant to be carried, and it pulls this off with an included keyring attachment. The aluminum plates measure only 3.25”, barely the length of the two stacks of keys they hold, and the Tether's entire kit weights under an ounce, making it a very pocket-friendly package.

Screwpop continues their pursuit of pocket essentials that are affordable in price and in space. Pick up their new Tether from Amazon at the link below.

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Farer Design Dayfarer Sling

In theory, the best bag for EDC would be a sling bag: it's comfortable, spacious, and easy to access even on the go. But many bags miss the mark, with some not durable enough or too sporty or outdoorsy for urban EDC. The Dayfarer Sling from Farer Design on the other hand boasts an EDC-friendly design and smart styling to fit right into your fast-paced lifestyle. It sports a sleek, minimalist look that keeps a low profile, but impresses with its finer details upon closer inspection. And its incorporation of high-performance materials and futuristic hardware makes for a reliable bag that feels ahead of the curve.

What sets the Dayfarer apart is the thoughtful design of its most important feature: the sling itself. It attaches to the sides of the bag with flaps that prevent it from spinning and tangling around when you're rushing to catch a train connection. Plus, with its Fidlock magnetic buckles, it's easy to take it on or off when you need to. There's even an additional Fidlock buckle in the middle of the strap where your sternum sits, letting you take the bag off without having to swing it around your neck in close quarters.

For quick access, you can spin the bag to your front to reach into the compartments, and you can loosen and tighten the strap with ease as well. The Fidlock hardware extends to the main compartment, which opens via a top flap to reveal a padded compartment with about 400 cubic inches of space. It compresses nicely to save space and keep a low profile but also expands when you need to load up with more gear. Its ripstop fabric interior can handle any pointy objects you place inside and the dedicated tablet area helps keep your electronics safe. For further organization, there's two internal pockets to keep loose items like pens from flying around while you travel. The exterior shell is made of durable 1680D Cordura nylon fabric, chosen for its abrasion resistance and weatherproofness. And for further safety, there's a hidden YKK-zippered pocket on the reverse side of the bag, facing you, that you can use to carry cash or important documents.

And the versatility of the Dayfarer Sling extends to its carry options too: you can use it as a sling, a shoulder bag, or as a traditional briefcase, albeit with a modern minimalist bent in its design. You can secure one of your own at special Kickstarter pricing with an early pledge at the project linked below.

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Victorinox Hunter Pro Alox

It seems for as long as people have been EDCing, Victorinox's iconic, candy-red Swiss Army Knife has found its way into pockets around the world. But avid EDCers, knife enthusiasts, and collectors alike especially enjoy the metal-clad “Alox” versions of these tools for their improved durability, grip, and portability. And now after a long wait, Victorinox's take on the classic hunting knife finally gets the Alox treatment. Their new Hunter Pro Alox debuts as a full-sized, dedicated folding knife inspired by the outdoors and styled for the city, featuring their best Alox handles yet.

If you're used to the popular small and slim Alox models like the Cadet and Pioneer, the first thing you'll notice about the Hunter Pro Alox is its larger size. Its 5” handle and 3.875” blade make the knife even more capable and comfortable for tougher tasks. Instead of having a pen knife as one of its many functions like on most Swiss Army Knives, the Hunter Pro Alox is a dedicated knife with the ergonomics and features to match. The aluminum oxide handles are slim, tough, and light, with its signature ribbed texture finish and finger grooves for excellent grip and control. They pair well with the high carbon, bead blasted stainless steel drop point blade both in terms of performance and aesthetics. The blade deploys via a large thumbhole and locks with a lockback mechanism in classic hunting knife fashion.

As such a substantial knife, the Hunter Pro Alox comes equipped with a removable deep carry pocket clip (a rare but welcome new addition on a Swiss Army Knife) and a paracord lanyard. Thanks to the larger size of the knife, the clip can double as a money clip in your urban EDC as well. The paracord lanyard offers improved retrievability from the pocket as well as emergency cordage when you take the Hunter Pro Alox outdoors. Last but not least, a tonal logo on the front of the knife and room for engraving on the back handle add to the knife's refined, understated styling.

Fans of Victorinox's stainless steel blades and aluminum oxide handles will appreciate their application in their purest forms on the Hunter Pro Alox. The locking mechanism, one hand open, deep pocket clip and paracord lanyard combined with its classy silver colorway make it well equipped as a larger EDC around the city, up the trail, and everywhere in between. You can grab one for your kit from Victorinox at the link below.

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Dango D01 Bifold Slate Grey Edition

If you’re tired of your bulky bifold wallet, there are plenty of thin cardholders you can get to slim down your pockets. The problem is they usually require you to leave a few cards at home or give up carrying cash all together. That’s where Dango's best-selling D01 Dapper Bifold comes in. It stays thin, light, and strong thanks to its aluminum frame while offering tons of storage with its bifold section made of genuine leather. And now available in a cool Slate Grey Special Edition color, the D01 Bifold carries everything you need and looks good doing it.

Holding the Dango D01 Bifold together is the CNC-machined aluminum frame that weighs in at only around 2 ounces. It’s light enough that it won’t weigh you down but tough enough that it doubles as a bottle opener so you can enjoy a cold one after a long day. The entire aluminum chassis is then wrapped in leather, giving you 3 pockets that can hold up to 4 cards per pocket for a total of 12 cards. The bifold pocket section is made from an exclusive Raw Hide leather with contrast red stitching that's only available on this special edition colorway. You’ll also get a quick access pocket on the outside for your most used cards or ID, and then two more pockets along the inside for cards that you don’t use often but still don’t want to be without.

If you tend to carry cash the Dango D01 Bifold has you covered there too. It comes with a textured silicone band for strapping folded bills down until you need them. As it is, the D01 Bifold is a thin, minimal wallet for people who want to slim down their pockets but can't deal with a thin cardholder. But if you can spare a bit of pocket space and weight for a ton of added utility, it's also compatible with Dango's card-sized multi-tools like the MT02 and brand new MT03. The MT02 adds 14 other tools to your EDC including a box cutter, flathead, and can opener just to name a few, while the MT03 covers bases with specialized functions like a comb, camping fork, and money clip.

The Slate Grey special edition D01 Bifold has all the features you look for in a wallet and then some, and now has a slick minimal grey look to it too. Plus, it's handcrafted in the USA and built to last. If you or someone you know suffers from a bulky wallet, click the link below and check out the Dango D01 Bifold.

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Discover New Gear with Bespoke Post

When it comes to covering your bases and rounding out your well-curated EDC, sometimes the best inspiration can come from trying something new. But where do you start? That's a tough question if you've already settled into your own style, plus it's hard enough trying to find something that catches your eye. And let's face it, you're busy. If you're looking for something new but don't have the time to research and shop, Bespoke Post has just the thing. They send you a freshly curated box of useful goods tailored to your own preferences at a cost that's hard to beat.

You spend a lot of time making sure your gear suits your needs and your style, but now you can leave some of that work to the experts at Bespoke Post. When you join, they ask you a series of questions to get a feel for you, your needs, and your style. With that in mind, they present a box of gear they think you'll enjoy each month. And the value you get out of each one is well worth the price of admission. Each curated box contains quality, unique products from small-batch brands and masterful artisans of all sorts.

And part of the fun is that each box fits a particular theme, filled with items that make sense together, resulting in a kit that's greater than the sum of its parts. There's also no mystery as to what's inside each month. They tell you what's inside, letting you decide for yourself whether the box is for you. If it's not, it's easy to opt out of that month's box and wait for the next one, or cancel your subscription outright. But since each $45 box is designed to give you at least $70 worth of gear (or more) it's a great deal. You can take a look at Bespoke Post's current offerings at the link below.

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KeySmart Leather

Like wallets, your keychain tends to get bulkier over time as you continue to add to it. Before you know it you’re carrying a jingling mass of keys that are both loud and uncomfortable. If that sounds like you, you should consider something like the KeySmart Leather. It takes all the features that made the original KeySmart such a useful essential and wraps it in a gorgeous new genuine leather, giving it a refined look and a comfortable feel.

The KeySmart Leather lets you swap your mess of keys out for a stylish, sleek, and minimal key organizer. Throwing your keys on a carabiner or in your pocket works, but you're left to deal with uncomfortable pocket bulge, noisy jingling, and dead weight. The KeySmart Leather solves all of those issues in one fell swoop thanks to a clever two-post-and-plate design. You carry up to 10 keys end to end, resulting in a quiet, functional keyset that's roughly the size of a pack of gum.

Getting to the key you need is as simple as locating it and swinging it around the post. And because the KeySmart Leather is able to accommodate all your existing keys you won’t need to get any new ones cut. Each KeySmart comes with a small loop for pairing your car key fob or bulkier items you still want on your keychain. But for a more seamless solution, you can probably find a replacement that integrates into the KeySmart like a USB drive, Nano Torch Flashlight, pocket knife, and of course a bottle opener.

If you haven’t had the chance to try out a key organizer in the past, the KeySmart is an EDC classic. You can convert your carabiner full of keys into a functional and modern tool that won’t look out of place whether you’re out around town or in the office. The premium leather adds a touch of style that was missing from the previous models and it comes in a black or tan colors to match your EDC. Check out this new leather upgrade on Amazon at the link below.

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Citizen Promaster Tough

They say even a broken clock is right twice a day. As EDCers, we'd rather not find out if that's true for ourselves when it comes to our watches. A great EDC watch should be practically indestructible, accurate, and low maintenance to give you both the time and some peace of mind. New for 2018, the Citizen Promaster Tough was designed with that in mind for extreme durability. With its unique monocoque construction, rugged materials, and reliable Eco-Drive technology, it's built tough inside and out.

To live up to its name, the Promaster Tough features a “monocoque” (French for single-shell”) chassis that results in no caseback. Instead, the two-piece construction offers enhanced structural rigidity, making the watch extremely shock-, temperature-, and magnetism-resistant. The 42mm case itself is made from a coated stainless steel that's hypoallergenic, anti-rust, scratch-resistant, and five times harder than untreated stainless steel. Finally, an anti-reflective sapphire crystal rounds out the exterior, complete with scratch resistance and clarity.

Under the lens, the Promaster Tough's dial shows plenty of depth due to its three-tiered design. The outer chapter ring is closest to the surface, then the markers, to the deepest portion at the center of the dial. The hands and markers are coated with SuperLuminova for night-time legibility, while a date display at the 3 o'clock position and a contrast red seconds hand complete the face. The E168 Eco-Drive quartz movement runs accurately and reliably and keeps a charge from any light source rather than relying on batteries that eventually need to be replaced. Last but not least, it's water resistant to 200M to handle most day-to-day conditions like rain, swimming, and showering.

The Promaster Tough is available in silver on a bracelet and in black or green on a Cordura ballistic fabric strap. You can grab this stainless steel configuration at the link below.

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Dango S1 Stealth Wallet and MT03 Multi-tool

From bombproof EDC wallets to feature-packed multi-tools, Dango has your pocket essentials on lock. While many of their products lean towards the ultra-durable, tactical end of the spectrum, their latest releases come as some of their most minimalist designs yet. The all-new S1 Stealth wallet sports a slim cardholder silhouette, while the MT03 multi-tool crams over 15 functions into a credit-card sized form factor. They're specially designed to be carried together, resulting in a modular, multi-functional front pocket EDC that doesn't compromise on durability and features.

The S1 Stealth wallet is an extremely slim yet rugged option thanks to its use of DTEX material. Developed by Dango, it's a non-leather, highly durable, and water-resistant fabric that's a high-tech alternative to using leather. The S1 comes with 4 pockets that can hold up to 6 cards, and also includes a single key pocket on one side for emergencies. A D-ring on a nylon loop also expands the S1's utility and EDC potential, letting you attach a keychain or tether it to your gear as needed.

While limiting the number of cards carried is ideal for the S1 to maintain its small footprint, sometimes you need a bit more space for a few extra bills. This is where Dango's new MT03 multi-tool comes in. At it's core it's a modular money clip, able to change the orientation of its clip from vertical to horizontal, or removed completely to serve as a portable spork. Its base is no simple slab of stainless steel, either. The MT03's card component features over 15 functions, including a comb, drivers, bottle opener, phone stand, and more, all while designed to slip into the S1 and other Dango wallets seamlessly. With the addition of the money clip on the MT03, you can use it standalone as a money clip or as a slim tool clipped to your pocket.

Whether bolstering the utility of your current Dango wallet with the new MT03 multi-tool or slimming down your essentials with the S1 Stealth, Dango is always in pursuit of the perfect wallet for your EDC. Check out the new products over on Dango's site at the link below.

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Trayvax OG 2.0 Wallet

Good things take time. In Trayvax's case, they spent five years perfecting their newest wallet, the OG 2.0. Not one to rest on their laurels, Trayvax took on the ambitious task of improving upon their original wallet design, which was already wildly popular with the EDC community. The 2.0 keeps everything that made the original so great in an all-new design with improved materials and features that make it an even better option for your daily wallet.

The OG 2.0 comes as a fresh but familiar upgrade to the original, starting with Trayvax's signature stainless steel backplate at the core of the design. It's packed with features you'd expect from a one-piece multi-tool, starting with a handy pry bar tip on one corner and a lanyard attachment point on another. On the backside, the OG 2.0 features an all-new money clip that doubles as a pocket clip for when you're not carrying cash. Besides the added functionality of a TSA-compliant bottle opener, the metal clip is more resistant to wear, easier to use, and quieter than the velcro on the original. This time around, you have to option of beefing up the 2.0 with a lightweight but durable and grippy G10 face. The backplate and face are bound together along the edges by paracord, making a “frame” to display your ID, badge, or other credentials easily. The main card compartment between the plates accommodates up to 15 cards, which you can access by undoing the security clasp and sliding them out.
Like the rest of Trayvax's gear, the OG 2.0 is proudly made in the USA and backed by a 65 year warranty. It's available in four colors and in a few different bundles with other Trayvax gear at fairly affordable Kickstarter pricing. Be sure to secure your own at the fully funded campaign linked below.
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Kershaw Flythrough

There's more to a knife than a blade, some handles, and a few screws to hold it all together. It's how those pieces all come together that makes a design unique, and for many EDCers, something closer to a functional piece of art than just a tool. That's especially true for Kershaw, who works with esteemed knife designers to bring their designs to production at accessible prices. The new RJ Martin-designed Flythrough is an excellent example of this with its unique “See-Through Pivot” as the centerpiece. But that's not all—the Flythrough is chock-full of the practical features you'd expect from Kershaw in an everyday carry knife.

When you pick up the Flythrough, you'll immediately notice the heft and ergonomics of the sculpted steel handles that provide a firm, comfortable grip. A quick flick of the rear flipper tab on the Flythrough deploys the blade with ease, making the most of Kershaw's KVT bearing system and RJ Martin's visually striking see-through pivot. A deep cutout on the spine of the blade combined with generous jimping gives you more control to make precision slicing and cuts even easier. At 3 inches, the 8Cr13MoV blade is sized right for everyday utility. It can handle tough tasks thanks to its sturdy frame lock. A cutout in the handle lets you see into the knife, exposing the lockup point between the tang and frame lock for added visual effect. Other details like a deep carry pocket clip and a matching blacked out blade keep this knife low profile.

The Flythrough is available in an all-black finish for just over sixty dollars. Kershaw is also offering a specialized tool to adjust the see-through pivot of the knife. You can tighten or loosen the pivot to dial in your preferred action. The Flythrough has an overall discreet presence that can fly under the radar, until you get a look at its unique design cues up close. Check it out in all its detail at the link below.

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MecArmy EH3 EDC Carabiner

If you're going to be carrying keys anyway, you might as well make the most of your keychain setup. The quick and easy way to maximize the utility of your keychain is with a multi-functional carabiner. MecArmy's EH3 is one of the newest EDC-focused carabiners on the market. Its solid feature set, premium materials, and EDC-oriented design make it a compelling piece of kit on its own or as the missing link to complement the rest of your keychain carry.

To give the EH3 the strength needed for its tools without weighing it down, it's CNC-machined out of C4 titanium. Its impressive strength to weight ratio gives it durability you'd want on a tool that's carrying something as important as your keys and backup gear. A barely-there weight of 0.645 ounces and a 2.84 inch total length makes it effortless to carry, especially if you prefer a back pocket tuck for the added security and reduced noise of a jingly keychain.

When it's not being used to carry keys, it can handle a surprising amount of everyday tasks. At the business end is a pry bar that can also work as a screwdriver and a nail lifter in a pinch. Moving up, there's a slot for a keyring or cordage, as well as a bottle opener built-in to the spring gate section. Last but not least, a multi-size hex wrench makes quick work of nuts and bolts. If you're looking for a simple keychain that does more than carry your keys, the EH3 might do the trick. Check it out in closer detail at the link below.

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Garmin Instinct

Whether your daily travels take you out in the field or right into the urban hustle and bustle, you'll need a watch that you can depend on through it all. And while keeping accurate track of time is essential for any watch, modern everyday carry watches can do so much more. Take the new Garmin Instinct for example, a built-tough watch that integrates Garmin's superior GPS technology to help you keep track of where you are and what you're doing even in the roughest of environments. Its fitness tracking modes help you optimize your activities to reach your goals, while built-in smartphone integration keeps you connected and on top of your daily routine.

Unlike some smartwatches with delicate electronics that can break at the first sign of trouble, the Garmin Instinct is built rugged. Its casing is made out of fiber-reinforced polymer, and it's built to US military standard 810G for thermal-, shock-, and water-resistance down to 100 meters. That all-conditions reliability extends to its geolocation abilities, with Garmin's trust GPS/GLONASS technology ensuring you can keep track of where you are and where you are going just about anywhere in the world. But even if you don't plan on going out on mountain trails and hikes with this watch, the integrated fitness tracking tools make the Instinct a star in the urban environment as well. Whether you ride, run, or swim, the Garmin Instinct can keep track of your preferred form of exercise and help you maintain a healthy lifestyle and keep track of your progress in reaching your fitness goals.

The Garmin Instinct is more than just an everyday carry watch. It's a useful and reliable tool that can keep up with the pace of your life, wherever you go. It's available in three different colorways including a dark graphite black, an off-white snow tundra, and a stand-out flame red that's both stylishly bold for casual wear and highly visible for the outdoors. Take a look and pick one up for yourself at the link below.

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Bow & Stern: The Abyss Dive Watch Collection

The beauty of EDC is that no two kits are the same, just as everyone has their own unique set of needs and preferences. There are plenty of ways to make your carry your own: from how you haul it all, down to each individual piece in your ensemble. One company who knows the importance of individuality in your gear is Bow & Stern, an Australian-based watch brand that produces small-batch timepieces with value and sustainability in mind. Their latest project, the Abyss Collection of dive watches, comes limited to 1200 pieces of each style and backed by a lifetime warranty as a unique EDC option that's built to last.

Bow & Stern imparts their nautical-themed, minimalist design language to the Abyss in every detail. These 41.5mm dive watches feature a brushed 316L stainless steel case in matte black, brushed silver, and brushed gold configurations. Underneath its 2mm sapphire glass lens, a white dial provides contrast and legibility. Non-numeral indices and a small date display at the 3 o'clock position keep a minimalist aesthetic while Super-Luminova lume on the hands, markers, and zero mark on its unidirectional rotating dive bezel makes for easy time-telling in low-light conditions. As a bona fide dive watch, it's waterproof down to 200M thanks to a screw-down crown and sealed caseback. An automatic NH35A movement with a 41-hour power reserve keeps it ticking and makes maintenance simple if you wear it as your daily driver. The Abyss comes on a NATO strap to keep with the dive theme, but it can also be swapped out easily to let you customize the watch even more with your preferred strap. Last but not least, the Abyss is backed by a lifetime guarantee with a repair of replace promise.

Supporting the Abyss project also gets you much more than a limited edition watch — Bow & Stern will plant a Blue Gum Eucalyptus Tree in the Annya State Forest to keep the production and delivery of the watch carbon-neutral. If you want a feature-packed EDC watch with an air of exclusivity from a socially conscious maker, the Abyss could be for you. Secure your Abyss dive watch at discounted Kickstarter pricing at the link below before the fully funded campaign ends on Friday, November 2nd.

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ShopWorn Discounted Luxury Watches, Pens and Gear

Sometimes the ideal piece of kit for your EDC might be something you can't find in stores anymore. In that case you might have to resort to hunting your grail from resellers on third-party markets, but getting authentic quality gear at the price you want can be a serious hassle when going that route. ShopWorn makes it easier to find high-end gear at a bargain to take the guesswork out of your shopping experience. They curate 100% authentic, like-new gear in one place and specialize in stocking only the best unsold luxury watches, pens, and accessories sourced from reputable brands and authorized retail stores.

It can be hard to tell what's real, what's fake, what's broken, and what actually works when you're searching for a good deal, whether it's online or at pawn shops and yard sales. ShopWorn does in-house quality assurance to make sure the gear you're buying is both real and in like-new working condition before they put things up for sale. That way all you have to do is browse and check out the items you want, without hassle. Unlike with pre-owned used goods, whose quality depends on whether their previous owner took care of their gear before selling it to you, ShopWorn's products tend to be display pieces or unsold inventory from authorized retailers. ShopWorn purchases the remaining inventory at a discounted rate and then passes those savings on to you through their online shop.

If you've been pining for a luxury watch or a high-end pen to add to your collection but were put off by high retail price tags or the risk of dealing with counterfeits, you might find a deal on the gear you want at ShopWorn. For example, you could get a Swiss-made, PVD-coated stainless steel pilot watch from Alpina for 50% off. There's also the Luminox Atacama Field Chrono as a more tactical Swiss-made option with a blacked out case 100M water resistance and lume throughout for 59% under retail. As for their pens, the S.T. Dupont “Line D” Arabesque Rollerball is a standout with its luxe, made-in-France silver palladium plated brass construction at 39% off.

See the rest of ShopWorn's premium watches, pens, and accessories for your EDC at the link below.

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