Entrepreneur & Creative Pocket Carry

Bernard Capulong
Los Angeles, CA

My go-to pocket essentials remain essentially unchanged. One new addition is the Prometheus EKO to my keychain (thanks Jason!). It doesn't really provide any "new" functionality as my OBSTRUCTURES multitool can accomplish the same tasks, but I like the box opener on the EKO a little better.

The main changes recently have been in my wallet and pens. Not shown in the wallet are a Tile bluetooth tracking device, memory cards for my camera as I'm shooting product reviews and other imagery for the site, and other small things I need for work like MagSafe adapters when I plug into my office desk or home workspace.

I've started carrying two pens now — the Shorty with a red ink refill, and the Mover with a black Pilot Juice insert. Having two inks helps me as a creative and editor. Red ink lets me edit more clearly. As co-founder here I have a lot of things to-do every day, so these two are essential in maintaining my GTD (getting things done) workflow and productivity up.

I am really happy with my setup, but I think if I saved up I would look into the upcoming Spyderco production Rassenti (if it isn't too big for me), a less expensive watch to beat up, and the updated 2014 version of my Eagletac.Thanks for looking!

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I think I need that corter bottlehook. I definitely want it, but I think I need it!?!
Bernard Capulong ·
I've used a lot of keychains, but I keep coming back to the Bottlehook. I've had 3 throughout the years, not because they're fragile or I lose them, but because Eric makes them in a lot of different colors/finishes these days. What I appreciate most is that the lines are super ergonomic, so handling it is comfortable and easy. The one thing to look out for is if you sit on the hook or lean on it, there's a chance it can slip off your belt. But if I'm mindful of that, I'd rather have the super quick access/easy on-off that the design affords. It makes getting to my keys (especially when I've got my hands full — groceries, my work bag/equipment, etc) super easy. Also, the bottle opener has way better grip and more surface area for caps than most EDC bottle opener implements. So I'd say it's the best bottle opener AND best keychain I've used.
Thanks for the reply Bernard. It screams class, which may be a contradiction but it's both understated and cutting edge at the same time. I have a new Handgrey now and I'm in love with it but I would like and alternative and was looking to make an all brass keychain and this is exactly my kind of thing. Thanks for the tips, my keys are off and on my hip dozens of times a day so ease of access is a must but now i'll know to keep and eye on them to make sure they don't slip off. thanks again!