Trending: Fidgetland Bernie

Trending: Fidgetland Bernie

For today's Fun Friday, we're taking a look at the trending Fidgetland Bernie, a compact fidget toy that's easy to carry thanks to its portable ring-like design. If you're unfamiliar with fidget toys, their key purpose is to help you focus by keeping your hands busy with repetitive, mechanical actions. You may have seen those that spin, some are designed to click with buttons, and some, in the case of the Bernie, are designed to roll and turn. Thanks to a double-layer roller design, the Bernie glides smoothly up and down your palm or a surface or lets you fidget with the larger set of rollers as they glide over the layer underneath. And with a stainless steel construction in 4 sizes, the Bernie is a fun tool that fits all sizes and preferences. Get spinning by picking one up at the link below.

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We at Everyday Carry had a big year in 2019: we released two new collaborations with Orbitkey and Manhattan Portage, quietly turned ten years old, and rolled out a bunch of changes to the site on top of all our new content. With 2020 under way we could use your help as we work on new products, features, and improvements on and off the site.

We're inviting all our readers and community members to fill out a short survey and offer honest feedback. To thank you for your time and dedication to making Everyday Carry better for you and your fellow EDCers, we're giving away a $250 Amazon gift card and a Carbon Fiber RIDGE Wallet to carry it in to one lucky participant. That's a $365 value for a few minutes of your day! We'll close the survey a week from now and announce the prize winner on this post next Friday morning.

Thanks for all the support so far. If you'd like to help us even more, feel free to take the survey at the link below.

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Update: The giveaway winner has been contacted via email. Thank you to everyone who participated in the survey -- your feedback means a lot to us.

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Trending: Laguiole en Aubrac

Trending: Laguiole en Aubrac

Featuring a long, slender blade, equally slender handles, and an iconic "Shepherd's Cross" pin detail on the handle material, the classic French pocketknife, the laguiole, is as traditional as it gets for today's Traditional Thursday. But in spite of its slim profile, there are many details that let the knife stand out in addition to its iconic design. The Laguiole en Aubrac shown here offers a 3.9" 12C27 stainless steel blade polished to a high gloss, deployed via nail nick from its handles. These handles come shaped from horn tip, and are detailed with 2 stainless steel bolsters in addition to the 7-pin Shepherd's Cross design. Another iconic laguiole feature is its highly-detailed and handcrafted single-piece spring, ending in the bee/fly design to where the handle meets the blade. Last but not least, all Laguiole en Aubrac knives are made by a single knifemaker, who etches his personal emblem onto the spine of the knife's blade, guaranteeing authenticity and unique craftsmanship for your knife. Add this iconic French pocketknife (as well as its wealth of history) to your EDC at the link below.

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Citizen Promaster Altichron

Citizen Promaster Altichron

"Citizen’s watch for adventurers packs an altimeter that can measure from 1,000 to 32,000 feet, along with an electronic compass. Thanks to Eco-Drive tech, it’s powered by everyday light sources. Comes in army green/black, black/black, and a particularly spiffy..." (via The Awesomer)

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Trending: Spyderco BaliYo

Trending: Spyderco BaliYo

When talking about a balisong, one immediately thinks of the popular butterfly knife that traces its roots as well as its modern incarnation to the town of Balisong, Batangas in the Philippines. But while its popular incarnation is best known as a blade designed for self-defense, other aspects of its features can be used for harmless fun, too. The whole action and motion of "flipping" a balisong is a skillful and fidget-friendly practice, and allows the flipper to show off flair and dexterity, similar to doing pen or lighter tricks. Of course, flipping an actual knife, as many people have learned, isn't the safest activity, which is why "trainers" like Spyderco's BaliYo allowed flipping to be more fun than a timer until the next accident. While first and foremost the BaliYo is a pen (and hence our feature for Writing Wednesday), its three-pronged construction with weighted handles allows you to simulate flipping to give you all the experience and practice without the worry of a sharp edge. With a nice nod to an EDC favorite, the BaliYo even takes the Fisher Space Pen ink cartridge as its refill, as well as a steel spring clip for ease of carry. Get to writing and practice your flipping with the Spyderco BaliYo, available at the link below.

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