MecArmy PS14 DCT

MecArmy PS14 DCT

You might think any flashlight can work well in your EDC, but not all light is created equal. Depending on your environment, something as subtle as the color of its beam can make all the difference. Cool white LEDs work well in urban settings and are typically more powerful to help outshine competing streetlights. In the outdoors, however, a warmer tint can help you better differentiate the greens and browns in your verdant surroundings. While most lights usually only output one color of light, the MecArmy PS14 stands out with its ability to put out both cool white and neutral white light, covering your bases no matter where you are. Combined with the rest of its EDC-friendly features, it makes a strong case for why two LEDs are better than one.

Look down the business end of the light and you’ll find the stars of the show: two CREE XPL-HD LEDs coupled together. Besides the benefit of having both cool white light and neutral white light at your disposal with this setup, you also get a max combined output of 1200 lumens on Turbo. They’re powered by an included 14500 battery with a convenient micro-USB charging port built right into the cell. The light also accommodates more accessible AA batteries and can achieve a maximum runtime of 25 hours. A stainless steel tail switch controls the PS14’s operation: a full press turns the light on and off, while half presses cycle between the light’s 5 modes. Twisting the head and tightening it swaps between the LEDs, letting you use them independently when you need a specific color temperature.

MecArmy outfitted the PS14 with a slew of EDC-friendly features you’d expect from a modern light as well. Besides its included micro-USB rechargeable battery, it also comes with a wide, removable pocket clip. Its scalloped tail allows for easy button presses without sacrificing tailstand capabilities. Diamond shaped knurling on the midsection of the anodized aluminum body provide ample grip, while finely ribbed texturing on the head helps with twist operation. Lastly, it boasts IPX8 water resistance to stand up to the elements. Check out this versatile light at the link below.

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Dango M1 Titanium Tactical Wallet

When you’re considering premium materials for EDC, titanium should be near the top of the list. While titanium boasts a perfect balance of lightweight and immense durability, crafting such a tough material into quality gear is a tall order. This is also true for a minimal wallet, especially one that can do more than just carry your cards and cash. Leave it to Dango with their years of experience to re-imagine their flagship wallet design in a new titanium build. The M1 Titanium Tactical Wallet offers the best of Dango’s utilitarian design language and stable of high-end materials as an all-in-one solution for carrying cards and adding extra functionality to your daily kit.

As its name implies, the Dango M1 Titanium Tactical Wallet features a frame that is precision-CNC machined out of that premium material. Dango’s craftsmanship, fit, and finish shines on the M1 Ti with no trace of rough edges or burrs you might run into with other titanium gear. And it’s not just a wallet, it’s part of a super-configurable system of tools and accessories that are optimized for your own personal everyday carry.

In its base configuration, the M1 Ti Single Pocket wallet functions as a card holder, perfectly designed to hold your most essential payment and identification cards in a dedicated slot - up to 7 cards or 10 cards without the included MT04 Multi-tool (more of that in a minute). A Grippy Silicone elastic band helps secure the cards to the frame behind the back-plate, and it also gives you space to carry some folded cash as well. The M1 Ti Bifold wallet variant is paired with a genuine top-grain leather bifold wallet insert and does not add too much bulk to the equation. This Variant levels up to fit up to 13 payment and identification cards or 16 cards without the included MT04 Multi-tool. The M1 Ti Bifold  variant weighs a mere 6.5 ounces fully unloaded. Things become even lighter at just 5.8 ounces in total for the M1 Ti Single Pocket variant.

No matter how you configure the M1 wallet, it comes and works with Dango’s unique and innovative MT04 stainless steel multi-tool. With the MT04, you get 10 different EDC-essential functions including sharpened edges for cutting, a bottle opener, hex wrenches, and a pry tool. When you have to fly, take the MT04 out and the M1 becomes TSA-compliant.

The Dango M1 Titanium Tactical Wallet’s premium construction, smart features, and great looks make it a compelling wallet to consider if you’re looking to upgrade your EDC. Check out the wallet in full detail as well as all the ways to customize it at the link below.

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This is a sponsored post presented by Dango Products.

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Nothing beats starting the week with the right soundtrack, and for Music Monday, we're featuring a trending pair of wireless bluetooth headphones that make it easy to catch (and carry) a tune.  If you want active noise cancelling headphones that won’t take up a ton of space in your bag, go with the Sony WF-1000XM3. These do a surprisingly good job at blocking outside noise given its size, and you can get around 5-6 hours of constant playback per charge. Sony also packed in a bunch of useful features like an ambient sound that lets you hear what’s going on around you in a pinch and 24-but audio processing for better sound quality. If you want a discreet pair of noise-cancelling headphones that can fit in your pocket, these are the best around.

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Rogue Industries Front Pocket Wallet

With all their varied shapes and sizes, sometimes getting all our gear, accessories, and apparel to work well together is an exercise in forcing a square peg down a round hole. Take wallets, for example, where the common rectangular shape is meant to fit a rectangular pocket, and for many pants—especially the front pocket of jeans—the shape doesn’t quite line up. To solve this square wallet, round pocket dilemma, Rogue Industries produced and patented their Front Pocket Wallet. With its unique shape, premium materials, and US-made construction, the wallet provides a sleek and comfortable option for your everyday essentials.

A smooth, rounded edge gives the Rogue Front Pocket its distinct form factor. The design allows the wallet to sit flush against the rounded contour of its namesake, your front pants pocket. The shape, paired with a 0.25“ thickness, gives it a slim and discreet profile, minimizing bulge while maximizing its utility. It’s compact at 5” x 3.4“ and lightweight at only 1.6 ounces, making it a solid EDC option.

You have the option of two designs for your Front Pocket: 6 slots that can hold up to 12 cards, or 3 slots that hold 6 cards along with an ID window on the right panel, with the billfold and stash pocket up top. Either option can be made from your choice of American Bison or Moose Leather. Wallets from the Bison and Moose collections in particular are made in Maine, USA, to boot. Both materials have exceptional durability that will develop a patina unique to its user over time, with the added bonus of RFID protection.

The Rogue Industries Front Pocket Wallet’s thoughtful design, robust fit and finish, and craftsmanship gives you a sound everyday option that solves a common everyday conundrum. Build your perfect Front Pocket Wallet in your choice of style, material, and initial customization at Rogue Industries’ site at the link below, with a special offer of 15% off your order with code EDC15.

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Saturday Slicers brings us a classic EDC knife, one many begin with and end up carrying through the rest of their gear journey, and for good reason. The RAT series from Ontario Knife Company earned its well-deserved reputation as an excellent set of value EDC knives for their slim, sturdy design and useful blade. The RAT II is 20% smaller than the original model, with a blade length coming in just around 3”. Slicing is a breeze with its thin, AUS-8 steel blade and ergonomic handle. The 4-way pocket clip offers plenty of flexibility in terms of how you choose to carry it, as does the lanyard hole and reversible thumb stud. Pick up this solid slicer at the link below.

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