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Altoids Tin kit

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Mike Winter
Edmonton, Canada
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Always in my edc shoulder bag during the work week, could be in a coat pocket or in the console of my car on the weekends. This kit doesn't pretend to save my life but it's there to smooth out the bumps that I could realistically encounter in my day-to-day.

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Joseph ·
Impressive. I'm also keen to see how you managed to fit all of that into an Altiods tin.
Mike Winter ·
I've posted Altoids Tin Kit Assembled as another carry. It shows all the stuff in the tin...
Teeritz ·
I have at least three such 'Q Branch' kits in various bags. You need to add a ten dollar note and a USB stick. And I need to add some screws, nuts and bolts and alcohol swabs to mine. Very clever.
Kevin McDowell ·
So much stuff! Would love to see it crammed into the tin
Ryan ·
Why nuts and bolts?
Mike Winter ·
Thanks gentlemen. It seems there's only one arrangement of the contents in the tin that will allow the lid to "click" securely. Good, bad or indifferent- it deters me from opening it and jumbling it up!
Greg Martin ·
Very clever indeed.