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    Whats your EDC?

    I know we have a Wrist Checks most days but I thought It would be interesting to see what you chaps carry other than or as well as your watch each day in your pockets or elsewhere on your person.

    Here is what I have on me today..
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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    I like the idea

    Swatch Sistem 51 Arrow (custom bracelet), Bulova Snorkel 96B209, Seiko SSA174K1 "unicorn" 4R37, Seiko SKA465P1 Kinetic 5M62-0CH0, Alpha Sundial Black, Seiko "SPØRK" SRP043K1, MQJ submariner, Casio WVA-430, Citizen diver NY2300-09EB, Seiko 5 SNXS77K (7S26) , Casio Protrek PRT-500 , Swatch Beat webmaster , vintage Seiko 5 (1972 defective) various Casio, Pulsar, Yonger&Bresson all anadigit and a Fossil WristPda:oops:

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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    LTH, how do you move? You must jingle like crazy.

    No photos of it, I travel light:

    watch
    small card holder/wallet (id, oyster card, a credit card and 2 business cards)
    cash folded around a bank card
    mobile phone
    crackberry (only on weekdays)
    handkerchief
    keys

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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    sorry... I forgot the kleenex on the pic
    Alljay, the secret is to have a lot of pockets ...
    Swatch Sistem 51 Arrow (custom bracelet), Bulova Snorkel 96B209, Seiko SSA174K1 "unicorn" 4R37, Seiko SKA465P1 Kinetic 5M62-0CH0, Alpha Sundial Black, Seiko "SPØRK" SRP043K1, MQJ submariner, Casio WVA-430, Citizen diver NY2300-09EB, Seiko 5 SNXS77K (7S26) , Casio Protrek PRT-500 , Swatch Beat webmaster , vintage Seiko 5 (1972 defective) various Casio, Pulsar, Yonger&Bresson all anadigit and a Fossil WristPda:oops:

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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    *grin* Yes, lots of pockets would certainly help!

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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    I'll use a day at work as an example:

    my work watch: a Seiko Orange Monster

    my lucky silver "morgan" dollar

    monogrammed money clip with bills

    Benchmade mini-griptilian knife

    Surefire A2 Aviator (it's a high power flashlight for those that don't know)

    my wallet

    my cell phone

    company Nextel phone/walkie

    Gerber multi-tool
    G-Shock Frogman GWF-D1000B
    G-Shock Rangeman GW-9400
    G-Shock Mudmaster GWG1000-1A3
    G-Shock Rangeman GPS 35th anniversary Magma Ocean GPR-1JR

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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    When you are a tool, knife and toy manufacturer like me you definitely tend to jingle when you walk. If near a deep body of water DO NOT fall in!

    Watch of the day
    Atwood Perforated Prybaby
    Atwood damascus whistle
    Atwood Titanium Mini Bug Out Bar Proto
    Spyderco Dragonfly
    Mini Bic
    Chris Reeve Sm. Sebenza with Micarta inlays
    McGizmo Ti-PD Luxeon flashlight
    Atwood Micro Card Knife in leather sheath
    Atwood Skeeter neck knife
    Caran D'Arche Mini clickie pen in leather notebook
    Rayskin Wallet
    Sunshine Products copper chapstick tube
    Titanium Wilderness Instructors Belt
    Blackberry 7100t

    In a neoprene thumbdrive case on my keys:

    LS Starrett 2 inch machinist rule
    Spyderco Ladybug
    Handcuff Key
    Mini Firesteel
    Rotating on my wrist this month: Stowa Blue WatchTime Flieger, Sinn EZM9, Sinn T1, Sinn 556 Blue, Stowa Antea LE Polish Forums, Stowa Verus 40, Damasko DS30 greenie, Sinn U1, Stowa Antea Klassik KS Rose, Nomos Tangente Silvercut





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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    My at home EDC is: Hinderer XM-18, maroon CR 2 Ion, and 3 inch Atwood Wedgie, and whatever watch I am wearing. When I go out, I have the above, except I change knives when I am carrying my Seecamp, to one that doesn't interfere with drawing of my handgun. If I am wearing a jacket, I will have a SF E1e, with spare battery in a pocket. I will also have a an Atwood Bug Out Bar, and my 4 inch Atwood Wedgie. On my keys, I have an Atwood Tactical Whistle, and Arc-P light. Oh, and in my money wallet, I keep an Atwood PryBaby.
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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    EDC is a TLA I haven't heard before. But I figured it out from the text. This is all that is ever in my pockets, except on weekends I do not carry a pen and the Commodore SS keys are substituted for MX-5 keys.


    Last edited by G M Fude; May 11th, 2007 at 08:13.
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    Re: Whats your EDC?

    Quote Originally Posted by G M Fude View Post
    EDC is a TLA I haven't heard before. But I figured it out from the text.
    Ah yes, sorry, I should have explained. EDC, for those who haven't worked it out, stands for Every Day Carry.

    Cool stuff so far, Mr Atwood.. we need pictures!


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