Commuting essentials

P Molin
Oslo, Norway
Some stuff from my commute bag, a Timbuk2 Ace Voodoo Blue. Sometimes my work laptop or personal Chromebook comes along, and of course a zillion cables, adapters, etc.

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John Gleich ·
How well does the USB in the KeySmart work? I have a separate USB on my tools keychain (separate from my keys) that's on it's own mini Nite-Ize connector... but until I added the connector, I didn't use the USB very much because I found it to be too bulky. The Keysmart is much more compact but just wondered what your experience was.
Joseph Renna ·
That Gerber Shard appears more silver than black. Wonder if that's just the camera angle.
P Molin ·
Looks like it got a wrong link, the shard is dark grey/gun metal
T Shrapnel-Carruthers ·
I am surprised to see the Anker 5-port charger as part of an EDC. They are great when travelling with several people - I carried one on a recent trip to Australia with my wife and daughter - but isn't it a bit big for one?
P Molin ·
Not at all! Too much to charge f.ex at work. I have a lot of retractable micro-usb cables also, and carrying this I'm alway ready to charge my cellphone, headset, power bank, etc. Used to carry a Sony DSC-HX60V, which also used micro-usb. But without my bag I carry no charger at all, just a smaller power bank
Brandon ·
Have you found many uses for the Sugru? Was wondering how well it worked?
P Molin ·
Some small bike repairs, and some kitchen quick-fixes. I like Sugru a lot, and I am trying to find a use for the combined Sugru and magnets-kit. The only downside I can find is that unopened Sugru only last for approx 6 months, even when stored in the fridge.