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FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII

FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII

“Great things come in small packages” has never been more true for the modern flashlight. What used to be a choice between power and size has now simply become a choice of convenience. FOURSEVENS has a long history of making cutting-edge compact lights for EDC, and now under the banner of Prometheus Lights they continue to innovate in both design and tech. The Mini Turbo MkIII packs impressive power and features into a pocket-friendly profile, proving that you don't have to compromise to carry a great flashlight.

This third iteration of FOURSEVENS's Mini Mk series makes two significant upgrades that warrant it a serious look. The first is a larger “Turbo” head that gives the light a bigger smooth reflector (and thus a longer throw), to the tune of 20 meters more than its predecessor. Inside the head resides a new Cree XPL-HI LED in a neutral white tint, which gives you a maximum output of 700 lumens at 4500K (a pleasant 75+ CRI) and a top range of 200 meters. Tint and power are one thing, but the MkIII takes a step further by allowing you to customize its outputs to 6 profiles. With options such as a single High output, access to all modes, or a versatile Low-Medium-High arrangement, the light operates as simple or as complex as you'd like.

The rest of the MkIII's body is made from 6061-T6 anodized aluminum, with an extra-tough IPX8 rating that's more than capable of rigorous daily tasks. And in spite of its tiny 2.38” length, there's still room to fit a solid clip and a magnetic tailcap that also houses its single-button switch. The total package including the MkIII's included high-discharge RCR123A battery barely tips the scales at 1.8 ounces, further cementing its purpose as a capable everyday light.

With enthusiast features and robust construction in a size that's easy to carry, the FOURSEVENS Mini Turbo MkIII earns a spot in any EDCer's pocket. Pick one up from Amazon at the link below.

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Bugout M48 Sling Bag

Bugout M48 Sling Bag

"This military-inspired pack is perfect for small gadgets and tools and tosses over your shoulder to easily switch between carrying and access. It’s made from water-resistant 600D polyester, and features multiple pockets for..." (via The Awesomer)

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EverydayCarry.com x Orbitkey Nylon Key Organizer

EDC isn't solely about what we carry—how we carry it all is just as important. Take your keys for example. They're something you wouldn't leave the house without, but they come with their own set of problems: they're clunky, noisy, and messy compared to the rest of your carry. That's why we're huge fans of Orbitkey and how their key organizers solve a problem almost all EDCers have in a simple, elegant, and design-centric way—like all great EDC gear should. We're so excited to announce our take on the Orbitkey Key Organizer with this limited edition collaboration, designed with all of you EDCers in mind. Fitted with a mix of 1050D Ballistic and 500D Cordura nylon in a one-of-a-kind, monochrome digital camouflage print, it's dialed with the right materials, look, and feel to be a worthy addition to your everyday carry.

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Casio G-Shock GA-2000-1A2 Carbon Core

Casio G-Shock GA-2000-1A2 Carbon Core

When you absolutely, positively need a timepiece that can stand up to some serious abuse, look no further than the Casio G-Shock. Their durable, built-tough designs are made to last through it all, from the harshest outdoor conditions to the bumps and bangs of your daily grind in the city. Their reliability has been tried and tested for decades, but in 2019 they've improved the formula even further with their new Carbon Core GA-2000-1A2. It takes inspiration from aerospace design by integrating carbon fiber throughout the watch to make a new G-Shock that's lighter than ever.

To make the Carbon Core case, Casio mixes resin with carbon fiber. The mixture results in a case that's actually more durable than either of those materials alone, and lighter in weight at 64 grams—10 grams less than most G-Shocks. But don't mistake light weight for fragility, as the monocoque construction is still designed to stand up to severe shock, and it also enjoys water resistance down to 200 meters. As a timepiece the GA-2000-1A2 excels, with accurate Japanese quartz movement and an ultra-legible design that features both digital and analogue readouts. The three-dimensional face adds a bit of flair in the design but it also provides clear separation between the analog and digital subsystems, making it easier to differentiate the two when, say you are keeping track of multiple time zones, or timing things with the stopwatch or countdown complications.

The high visibility extends to the attractive dual-tone blue and black styling on the 1A2. And if you're looking for other colorways, you can find the GA-2000 in a black and yellow treatment, as well as a more military-style navy blue, olive drab, and tan option as well. Whether you're a newcomer to G-Shock or a longtime fan, the new Carbon Core would make a great addition to your EDC. Check it out and pick one up for yourself today at the link below.

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