EDC

Nite Ize packs a lot of functions into a mini flashlight

These mini LED flashlights from Nite Ize are only 1.25″ in diameter x 4.5″ long, but they pack in six functions.  They work as a high/low flashlight or lantern and as a red safety light with glow, flash, and SOS modes.  They are a handheld flashlight or they can stand for use as a lantern or for …

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Bastion Braza Bro EDC folding mini-knife review

One of the much-debated yet virtually universal axioms of EDC philosophy is that you need at least two items in your EDC kit: a flashlight and a knife.  While some prefer or even need to carry flashlights and/or knifes that are on the more powerful or larger end of the product spectrum, there are some …

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This snowflake outfits your keychain with 15 tools

The Hexflex multi-tool was originally designed for snowboarders to tighten bindings, hence the snowflake shape.  But as they say at Hexflex, they found a multitude of other uses for the Hexflex as they carried it daily on their keychains or on their backpacks and realized it’s a useful tool for anyone. They say using the …

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Off Grid Tools Survival Companion Pro multitool review

I’m a big fan of gadgets that pack several (or many) uses into a single, small device.  And with survival products being a huge market these days, when I saw the Off Grid Tools Survival Companion Pro multitool, I was immediately interested.  It’s the size of a largish pocket knife, but includes 21 survival-type tools—such …

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EDC goes modular with Keyport Anywhere Tools

Keyport is one of my favorite companies because they think out of the box when it comes to gear. They started out with the popular Keyport Slide and Pivot key organizers and have now launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign for their new Anywhere Tools. What is it? Keyport Anywhere Tools take the modular approach that …

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Yellow Birch Outfitters PocKit and PocKit Pro EDC Pocket Organizer review

Need a way to keep your handful of small EDC essentials from banging around in your pocket?  Have a look at the Yellow Birch Outfitters PocKit EDC Pocket Organizer.  It’s basically a pocket with pockets that fits into your pocket.  But it’s much more than that!  Let’s check it out!  Gadget on! What is it? …

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Organize your pocket gadgets with the PocKit Pro EDC organizer from Yellow Birch Outfitters

I’m all about EDC organization.  In fact, I’m constantly on the lookout for little pockets and pouches that I can use to keep my loose pocket items from clanking about. I might have just found it in the Yellow Birch Outfitters PocKit Pro EDC Organizer. This little pardner is ruggedly built from 1000D Cordura Nylon with …

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These zippered pouches were designed by a soldier to organize your EDC gear

How do you carry your favorite EDC gear? Is everything dumped into the bottom of your backpack or messenger bag where it’s hard to find? If you would like to improve your daily gear organization, check out these zippered pouches from Bond Travel Gear. They were designed by a soldier and world traveler, Chris Elfering. …

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Trayvax Ascent rugged minimalist wallet review

I’m a firm believer that you get what you pay for. Buy a $5 wallet at Walmart and chances are that it won’t last very long. But buy a wallet made of quality materials with quality craftsmanship and you might never have to buy another. If you like rugged minimalist style wallets, the Trayvax Ascent …

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Keysmart Pro key holder plus Tile finder review

One of the most useful technologies that has come out the past few years has been Tile, that little Bluetooth wafer you attach to anything you are afraid of misplacing.  For me, although I liked the concept of using Tile with something like my keys, the extra item hanging from my keychain just wasn’t worth …

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HEAdesigns Wingman knife review

I have reviewed my fair share of finely crafted pocketknives made from some of the best materials available. But all of them were more or less of classic folder design. The HEAdesigns Wingman aspires to be different, specifically created with a “futuristic, next level design.” Let’s see how well it does achieving its objective. What …

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Bellroy has a woman’s wallet perfect for minimal EDC

It seems that most of the wallets featured on The Gadgeteer are men’s wallets or unisex wallets that basically hold some cards and cash and really nothing else.  That’s not a problem for men because their clothing tends to have usable pockets, unlike women’s clothing which usually have decorative pockets if any at all.  That lack …

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