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    whats your daily work kit

    hi guys
    every day i have to carry a few tools just to survive in my job in the australian bush
    i carry G shock mudman, garmen GPS, compass in case gps breaks , leatherman multitool core, swiss army knife, tourch, and ipod nano
    what do you carry for your every day kit


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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    Quote Originally Posted by dingosrun View Post
    what do you carry for your every day kit
    Not an exhaustive list, and I'm only including stuff that I carry on me (i.e. in normal clothes and jacket), not kit that's in my rucksack...
    • Casio watch (currently PAW1300)
    • Gerber multitool (currently Shortcut)
    • Peter Atwood whistle
    • Arc AAA flashlight
    • Inova LED light
    • Compass
    • Surefire L2 flashlight
    • 2x CR123 batteries for Surefire
    • Moleskine notebook (cahier)
    • Phone (Sony Ericsson K800i)
    • PDA (HTC TyTN II Kaiser - PDA, phone + GPS all in one)
    • Umbrella
    • Yaesu VX-3R amateur radio (with 50/144/430 MHz antenna)
    • Doug Ritter emergency survival kit
    The Gerber Shortcut is exceptionally useful. Look at this heroic customer story on the Gerber website.
    Last edited by dudegalea; November 12th, 2007 at 22:56.

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    On a workday -
    • A watch
    • Phone (basic Nokia)
    • PDA (HP)
    • Ballpoint pen (Rotring 600)
    • Mechanical pencil (Rotring 600)
    • Swiss Army Knife on keyring (Cadet silver allox)
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    Hi there,

    This is a very interesting thread. My workday kit includes:

    1: Blackberry 8700g

    2: Nokia Phone (Model # 6300)

    3: Casio Pathfinder (PAW1100 - 7YT)

    4: GPS (Garmin C340)

    5: HP Computer with 20 inch widescreen.

    Thanks,

    - vishrit

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    My list varies with the clients I happen to be working with that day. I work in mental health, as such, depending on the situation I will need different tools and instruments.
    1. Hp Computer to enter data into CMHC or to key in a Hospital Commitment
    2. Various Assessment instruments (The V-6, CAFAS, ABS, etc)
    3. Pen (Various pharmaceutical pens)
    4. HP fax machine to fax endless stacks of papers to and from my office
    5. Whichever watch I feel like wearing that day.
    6. Motorola V323i in case the local Hospital has a mental health crisis.
    7. My car (2007 Corolla S) to either transport clients, do home visits, or deliver meds.
    8. Huge HP copy machine.
    9 Copy of DSM-IV TR to get diagnosis codes.

    Thats all I can think of....

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    Mine's pretty simple: a fountain pen (yellow namiki vanishing point) and a watch (various Gs, atomic mudman or gw5600bcj lately) to remind me when to head for home.

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    Mine is pretty much the same from Monday to Friday:

    1. Office attire
    2. Montblanc pen (Gift from the boss! I'm too cheap to buy a Montblanc)
    3. G-Shocks or Seiko divers
    4. Motorola V3xx cell phone
    5. Pack of smokes (Mild Seven)

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    Quote Originally Posted by muxinick View Post
    I work in mental health.
    Me too, and checking in my desk drawer, I reckon I have around fifty pens from drug companies. One of them (advertising 'Truvada') is actually pretty smart - Balmain, Paris. Some of the 'Lustral' ones aren't bad either, apart from being bright yellow.
    I used to list my watches here until I realised it ruined people's Google searches...

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    Re: whats your daily work kit

    My work kit is huge. On my person, all day long, I carry:

    1. Benchmade large M2 RitterGrip
    2. Leatherman Micra
    3. G'Zone Type-V cell phone
    4. Arc AAA-P flashlight
    5. Ipod 30gig Video or 8 gig Nano


    My work backpack (North Face Bandwidth) adds:

    1. Strider SNG
    2. Victorinox Spirit multitool
    3. Atwood Spannerbaby
    4. Thinkpad T60P
    5. 1 gig flash drive
    6. Suunto Comet Compass
    7. Rite In The Rain pocket journal
    8. Fisher space pen
    9. Inova X5 flashlight
    10. Husky HD-74501 S mini-screwdriver
    11. Husky HD-74502 V mini-screwdriver
    12. Yo-Yo Jam X-ConVict yo-yo
    13. Slick6 yo-yo string
    14. ShedRain Wind Pro umbrella
    15. Small Otterbox with Neosporin, bandaids and wet naps
    16. Larger Otterbox with Bic lighter, Visine, Krazy Glue, pencil, sewing needle, 50 feet of spectra thread, and eyeglass repair kit
    17. Double-tip black Sharpie marker
    18. HP Photosmart R725 digital camera
    19. Tissues

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