Long time since I have done an EDC drop. Frankly, as I get older (and busier) I just don’t switch stuff out as much as I used to, nor do I chase new shinies.
Knife is the Boker Atlas in Copper. It’s well made and slip, so fits pretty much anything I am wearing. As for my phone- yeah, it’s a few generations behind, but with current performance, I have zero incentive to upgrade beyond battery failing so here we are with the Pixel 6.
As always, standard Moleskine agenda. Weekly on the left with right side for notes.
Plenty of better agenda’s/notebooks, but I am a creature of habit and I just stick with what works. Sometimes with productivity we mess up a good system, always trying to optimize.
One new addition is the this shiny Olight.
I tend to go for the more tactical clicky in the back sorta deal, but honestly, super slim, amazing performance and the UV light option is a neat trick.
Finally, my Yema watch. I own so many watches, but this one has been on my wrist for over a year without fail.
It’s mechanical, has zero extra features (not even date!), but I could never get used to the digital stuff and I would never rock and iWatch, so here we are.
Hopefully some of the longterm readers get a kick out of my EDC changes (or lack thereof), chime and and let me know what I have been missing. ;)
Everyday Carry Item Breakdown
Google Pixel 6 + Leather Case
Yema Marine National
- Wedding Ring
Moleskine Pocket Softcover Agenda
Boker Atlas Copper
OLIGHT Arkfeld UV Green
- Credit Card
Caran D’ache 849
Uniball signo 0.28
Everyday carry photographs reflective of featuring items we’ve been using over the past month. To browse all EDC posts, click here.
We started out featuring only what fits in our pockets, but expanded to feature other regularly used items, like handy tech, notebooks and stationery, and prepper gear, though we still use “EDC” as a short hand.
“Pocket Dumps” is the shorthand we use for EDC posts by Thomas and “Purse Dumps” is the shorthand we use for EDC posts by Elise.
Every so often we’ll also post regularly used items in specific categories, like tech, notebooks and stationary, and gardening EDCs.