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Drop Knife Collection

Finding the right tools with features dialed into your exact needs can be a difficult proposition. Fortunately Drop has made it easy to discover diverse and inventive products through building partnerships with makers. Their unique approach allows enthusiasts to participate in product development, therefore delivering a carefully curated selection to the community. The Ferrum Forge Mordax and Schwarz Perpetua are two of Drop’s best-selling collaboration blades that they’re bringing to market again, along with a fully stocked maintenance kit from KC Tool. The high-quality combo of knives gives you an instant knife rotation to handle your daily tasks, with no upkeep to worry about thanks to the knife kit. They’re a trio of awesome gear that would be a solid fit for (or start off) any EDC.

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Trending: Sony Alpha a6000

Trending: Sony Alpha a6000

They say the best camera is the one you have on you which is true for the most part, but just like the rest of gear, nothing beats the right tool for the job. Which is exactly where a compact camera like today's Tech Thursday highlight, the Sony Alpha a6000, fits in to an EDC. While smartphone cameras are getting better and better, there's just no comparison with the sheer amount of variety and quality you can get from a dedicated camera. On the Alpha a6000, this includes a 24.3 MP sensor, quick autofocus, up to 25600 ISO for superb low light photos, and plenty of compatibility with professional aftermarket lenses. A tiltable LCD screen, Wi-Fi with NFC, and customizable controls complete the compact package. The a6000 is the perfect step up from your phone while giving you the convenience of carrying around a camera the fraction of the size of a DSLR, while keeping enough of its big brother's features. Take better photos today by adding the Sony Alpha a6000 to your EDC from the link below.

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Clip & Carry Kydex Sheaths

Multi-tools have found their way into the daily carry of a lot of EDCers, and beyond the black leather or nylon carry cases they usually come with, a few tougher, more convenient and more colorful options are now available for EDC. These new Kydex sheaths are made by Clip & Carry, a new sister brand of EDC and rescue tool manufacturer StatGear. The material itself is known for its rigidity, low flammability, and water and abrasion resistance. They are made in the U.S.A. by a military veteran and are guaranteed for life, ensuring the protection of the tools you rely on every day.

The sheaths feature adjustable retention that allows you to tune just how tight they hold on to your multi-tool and how easy they are to deploy—go tight for the rough and tumble days, and a little looser for the working days where they’ll get a lot more action. Most models include a heavy duty belt clip, while the smaller ones—such as the one for the Leatherman Squirt or the Gerber Dime—allow for keyring attachment, giving the  tools more protection from scratches and damage rather than dangling them unsheathed with your keys.

Currently, Clip & Carry has designs custom fit to popular multi-tools, including the Gerber Dime, Suspension, and Suspension NXT, as well as the Leatherman Squirt, Wingman, Sidekick, FREE P2/P4, and Wave/Wave+ models. Each model comes in a variety of colors and finishes to match the rest of your EDC, including plain black Kydex, black natural carbon weave, coyote brown carbon fiber, and even some eye-catching colors like red or safety orange carbon fiber. New designs and colors are added every few weeks, so your favorite tool won’t be left out for long.

If you are looking for a convenient way to EDC your favorite multi-tool in a durable material that comes in a variety of colors, check out the Kydex sheaths from Clip & Carry. As a bonus for Everyday Carry readers, you can use promo code EDC15 for 15% off your order along with free shipping at the link below.

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My South African EDC V2.0
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Trending: Zebra F-701

Trending: Zebra F-701

Today's highlight for Writing Wednesday needs no introduction. Zebra’s F-701 is an all-metal clicky pen with a knurled grip, rigid steel body, and strong pocket clip. The click mechanism is nice and quiet to operate and demands a firm press - excellent if you don’t want it opening accidentally in your pocket. The stepped tip of the pen is designed to stay out of the way while you’re writing so you can get a clear view of what’s going onto the page. Inside, there’s a Zebra ballpoint refill that lays down a 0.8 mm line with ease. In the past, the F-701 was not made entirely of metal, so people would mod their pens with the click mechanism and hardware from the F-401 model. On our site, the F-701 is extremely popular and is carried by students, businessmen, EMTs, and more. It has universal appeal, and for good reason. Pick up one of the most popular EDC pens from Amazon at the link below.

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WingWallex Minimalist Wallet

Nobody aspires to have a giant wallet filled with cards. Still, many often find themselves in that situation, with a bulging pocket and a wallet bursting at the seams. One obvious solution to this problem is to pick up a slim minimalist wallet, but those usually mean that you need to make some sacrifices. Whether that be less space for cards or no real method of carrying cash, it’s not a compromise you want to make. That isn’t the case with the WingWallex Minimalist Wallet. Thanks to its unique design and ease of use, it offers similar capacity and access as traditional bifold wallets in a smaller, more pocket-friendly footprint.

Like your favorite EDC flashlight or knife handle, the WingWallex features an anodized aluminum and glass-filled nylon construction that makes it both tough and lightweight enough to carry around without weighing you down. Better still, it has RFID shielding “wings” to protect your information. Normally, you’d need to toss any receipts and abandon any hope of carrying cash with a minimal wallet. But the WingWallex takes a different approach and leans into that functionality instead. It can hold up to 9 credit cards without a problem and comes with an elastic band that comfortably holds any bills or important receipts that you may need to hold on to. Accessing all your cards is easy as well thanks to a spring-loaded clasp that displays your cards for easy picking. If you have a single card that you use most often, there’s also a quick access slot so getting to it isn't a hassle. You can also just stash your ID in there if you work in a building where you need to scan in.

If you’ve been looking to slim down your wallet without making practical sacrifices to your EDC, the WingWallex Minimalist Wallet might be the one for you. Not to mention it has a 5-year warranty so that if anything goes wrong, you have peace of mind. If this sounds like something you can see yourself or someone you know making use of, definitely click the link below to check it out for yourself.

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The James Brand The Carter

The James Brand The Carter

A solid drop point blade in a versatile steel, ergonomic handles, a reliable lock, and a low-profile clip: these are the elements that make up an ideal EDC blade. But it’s one thing to have great features on paper—it’s completely another to have them all on the same knife and have it look as good as it performs. With plenty of experience building stylish, minimalist knives for EDC, The James Brand releases their most advanced knife yet in The Carter. It ticks all the boxes for an ideal everyday knife, operates from either hand, and comes with the flair and elegant finishing touches you’ve come to expect from The James Brand’s modern knives.

With its fully ambidextrous design, The Carter accommodates users of any orientation, starting with its thumb disc deployment that gives you one-handed purchase from either side. This puts the knife’s 2.75“ VG-10 blade into play, in the classic drop point shape that gives it a sweeping belly for versatile cuts. Locking the blade into place is The James Brand’s use of a new ambidextrous slide lock, which when disengaged, allows the blade to fold back into 3.8” contoured G-10 or Micarta handles. From deployment to release to handle shape, The Carter’s design reinforces its versatility for any user.

You have a few options for carrying the knife. First is its (of course) reversible deep-carry pocket clip for a tip-up, subtle carry in your pockets. You can also remove the clip and replace it with an included lanyard insert, allowing additional EDC or decorative options or integrating with The James Brand’s other carry accessories. No matter how you carry, The Carter’s minimalist profile and 3.8 oz weight affords you plenty of choices.

The James Brand’s The Carter knife takes their unique design language and combines it with solid features to produce a versatile knife for the modern EDCer. Check it out in 4 styles at The James Brand’s site at the link below.

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