EDC

Gerber GDC-Kit

I'm guessing that a lot of our readers have some sort of EDC (Every Day Carry) setup that they carry about with them for those just in case moments. The folks at Gerber (the knife a survival tool company, not the baby food maker) have embraced the concept of EDC with their own line of [...]

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Posted in: Bags, News, Outdoor Gear, Pocket Gear

Parachute multi-tool review

Jeff Morin Parachute-1

I have said it before, and I will probably say it many more times here on The Gadgeteer pages: I am a pocket multi-tool junkie. I love having the ability to carry around small gadgets that can perform several different functions. I especially like items that I can fit on a keyring or into a [...]

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Posted in: Gear, Pocket Gear, Reviews
pocketgear

Are you still trying to figure out what to get for that person on your gift list who seems to have everything? Here are five ideas that are sure to please. I own four of the five items myself (I don't have the Titanium escape ring), so I can vouch for the fact that they [...]

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Posted in: Articles, Pocket Gear, Wallets
baladeo-52g-pocket-cutlery

Here's the adult version of the pocket cutlery set that got so many readers in a lather.  Unlike the Safe Swiss Army Knife just for kids (see the related links at the bottom of this article), the Baladeo 52G Pocket Cutlery Set is made of 420 stainless steel and polycarbonate.  It has a spork, knife, [...]

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Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News, Pocket Gear
jetpens-scissors-1

JetPens.com offers a wide variety of pens and pencils that will make any stationary addict go into a frenzy. We've reviewed several of their writing instruments in the past, but today I want to stray off the beaten path and review something a bit out of the ordinary - scissors. JetPens sent me 3 different [...]

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Posted in: Gear, Reviews
ravenworkshop

If you've been looking for a way to organize your keychain, the KeyGrip from Raven Workshop looks like an interesting option. The New Hampshire based machine shop offers two versions of the KeyGrip. The less expensive KG2 is made with a leather strap, and the one you see above which is available in brass, copper, [...]

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Posted in: News, Pocket Gear
tohil-lighter

If you've been looking for a lighter to add to your EDC that won't take up a lot of space and is designed to be waterproof, check out the Tohil Lighter from Numyth. The Tohil features a CNC machined anodized aluminum body with a flat bottom that allows it to stand up on flat surfaces [...]

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Posted in: News, Pocket Gear
tuskedcrescent_edcgear

EDC, or everyday carry, has become quite popular, and many companies are offering products to help you organize your EDC items more efficiently.  Many of these products are military-inspired "tactical" style: rugged and functional, made from heavy-duty Cordura, and with lots of zippers and webbing.  But Tusked Crescent wanted a their EDC products to have [...]

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Posted in: Cases and Covers, News, Pocket Gear
infini-key

If you love split rings as much as I do, and by "love", I mean hate, I may have found a possible solution. It's the Infini-Key Clip from Niteize. It's made of stainless steel and won't cause you to utter curse words like you might when you jam the tip of a split ring under [...]

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Posted in: Car Gear, News, Pocket Gear
crkt-exitool-1

A few days ago I posted a short news article about an auto safety tool called the ExiTool by CRKT. I thought it looked like a handy tool to own, so I ordered one for myself. It arrived a few days ago and although I haven't had the opportunity to use it to help me escape [...]

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Posted in: Car Gear, Reviews
everydaycarry-andyjacobs05

Your friendly, neighborhood Gadgeteer team has recently been posting some great news items describing their EDC or their everyday carry gear.  I'm a tad late to this party, but hopefully I can make up for it a bit with lots of detailed info on the items I carry and use on a daily basis.  Let's [...]

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Posted in: Articles, Gear
Knife Fork & Spoon

How do you improve upon the basic knife, fork, and spoon concept, something that has been around for years? How do you make that item into a tool for your on-the-go-everyday lifestyle? I recently came across an interesting take on this dilemma in a current project on Kickstarter. The Knife Fork & Spoon by John-Paul [...]

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Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News, Outdoor Gear
gearpull

The GearPull is a pocket gear accessory that is available in Brass, Copper and Pure Titanium. Currently seeking funding through Kickstarter, the GearPull is a thick clip with multiple attachment points that allows for organization of your gear. Project creator Gamble Staempfli sent me one in Copper and Brass so I could judge the quality. [...]

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Posted in: News, Pocket Gear
Raul EDC

It's time again for another inventory of our everyday carry items,  or as I loosely refer to them "my survival gear", so I wanted to share them with the outside world. And surprisingly,  I found out that I use each and every item daily in one form or another. And some more than others. I [...]

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Posted in: Articles, Gear
knork

You've no doubt heard of a spork which looks like a spoon with short fork-like tines on the edge. Campers and EDC fans like them because they combine two tools into one. Enter the Knork which looks like an ordinary stainless steel fork till you take a closer look. The outside tines have been beveled without being [...]

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Posted in: Home and Kitchen, News