My Everyday Carry

Student in Indonesia

Armytek Tiara A1 : This is my primary light, a really good multipurpose 1x AA Flashlight with XML-2 driver. Love the 85 lumens modes for the run-time and since it’s bright enough for me most of the cases, 250 high mode and 550 lumens turbo mode are necessary when I have to walk through knee-to-waist-deep flood during the night when the electricity has been cut off, since my area has been hit frequently with flood in this past few years. (Front-Left pocket)
Alps A8 : A rugged smartphone, it’s fairly cheap, waterproof and shockproof. (Front-Right pocket)
Nitecore MT21A : My backup flashlight. (Front-Right knife pocket / inside the bag)
Leatherman Wave : A good multi-tool, it have more than enough tools for me, from repairing things, outdoor activity and emergency or disaster situation. I rarely carry a folding knife since it is literally in a “grey zone” in Indonesia, there’s no exact rule or permission to legally carry it. (Belt Pouch / Bag)
Leather Wallet : Don’t know what brand is this, but it is a memento from my dad, a 21 years old wallet by now. (Back-Right Pocket)
Victorinox Classic Alox : You could say that this one is my primary cutting tools for my EDC, it doesn’t look intimidating at all but still will do the job just fine. (Hang it using the s-biner on my left-front belt loop.)
Spare Battery : Sanyo Eneloop AA battery for both flashlight.

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