While you’re working from home, you might not be thinking too much about the gear you’ll need when you eventually head back out into the world. But Everyday Carry has some great ideas for items that are useful both at home and in the field, along with some great productivity tips for WFH living.
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Designed by Terry Lee Renner for CRKT, the Deviation has a great hyper-modern look, with a blue and silver stainless steel handle. Its modified tanto blade has a two-tone mirrored / matte finish. It has a liner lock mechanism, and a ball-bearing pivot for quick opening. Measures 7.6″ overall, with a 3.1″ blade.
This stubby little flashlight is small, but mighty, pushing out up to 900 lumens of brightness, while measuring in at 2.36″ long. Its CREE XPL-HI LED offers clean and bright light, and its Neodymium magnetic tail means you can stick it to metal surfaces.
Designed by a retired NY City paramedic, StatGear’s Hygiene Hand is a keychain-sized tool you can use to push buttons and open doors without touching them with your hand. It’s made from solid brass, which is an inherently antimicrobial metal. They hope to start shipping as soon as May 2020.
Tacray’s unique titanium pen combines a writing instrument with a self-defense / glass breaker tool on its rear end. It’s made from Ti-6AL-4V alloy that’s been oxidized to produce a colorful, iridescent look, and its knurled body provides a firm grip while adding to its bullet-inspired style.
While many of us are staying put to control the spread of coronavirus, there are times that you must venture out to get groceries, medicine, or other essentials. But what should you carry with you while you’re out? Besides the obvious hand sanitizer and gloves, Everyday Carry has some other ideas for a minimal, useful gear loadout.
This aluminum and zinc alloy bit driver can carry up to six hex bits. Its interior compartment is waterproof, and its magnetic tip securely holds a bit for driving. You can also adjust its dividers to hold other items like pills, toothpicks, or emergency cash. It’s got a belt clip and a keychain loop for carrying versatility.
We like to keep a couple of different flashlights around for nighttime illumination – at least one big, superbright one, and a small one that we can toss on a keychain or in our pocket. Everyday Carry is here with 15 great little flashlights that run on a AAA battery, all made from durable materials, with quality LED light sources.
WE Knife’s durable and lightweight titanium writing instrument features one of the cooler designs we’ve come across, with a deeply-textured barrel that provides both aesthetic appeal and grip, along with a bolt-action retractable cartridge, and a glass breaker tip. Available exclusively from Drop.
Thanks to its CREE XHP 70.2 P2 LED and a 5000mAh rechargeable battery, Klarus‘ tactical flashlight cranks out up to 4000 lumens of brightness, with a beam reach of over 1000 feet. It’s made from mil-spec hard-anodized aluminum alloy, and is IPX8 waterproof. Measures just 6.34″ long, so it goes anywhere.
This durable 600D nylon pouch is perfect for carrying all kinds of small gear, from tools to flashlights to knives. It’s got a multitude of interior compartments, along with bands for keeping items from sliding around, and a removable map sleeve. It straps easily to MOLLE webbing, belts, and backpacks too. Measures 9″ x 5.5″ x 2.5″.
This version of Leatherman’s versatile multitool is designed for military use. It has tools for everyday tasks, along with firearm maintenance including pliers, wire cutters, a blade, screwdriver, pry tools, a carbon scraper, and a front sight adjuster. Its has Cerakote handles, and comes with a MOLLE-compatible sheath.
Find your way out of the darkest spots with NEBO’s super-bright headlamp. It cranks out up to 1000 lumens in its Turbo setting, and will run up to 4 hours at 450 lumens and 27 hours at 30 lumens. It provides versatility with its 180-degree vertical pivot, and a magnetic base, and durability with its IP66-rated aluminum housing.
This value-priced pocket knife from Kershaw features a SpeedSafe assisted-opening mechanism for quick, one-handed deployment, and a liner lock for securing it once its blade is open. In addition to its 3.5″ stainless steel blade, it has a carbide glass breaker and a seatbelt cutter built in, making it a great tool for emergencies.
This handsome writing instrument is made from durable titanium alloy, and features a concave, textured barrel for a confident grip. It’s got a bolt-action mechanism, and takes smooth-writing Schmidt easyFLOW 9000 refills. It’s also got an emergency glass breaker on its tail end.
Multitool maker Leatherman is offering up limited edition variants of four of its best tools, in a special black-and-silver combination, rather than the standard monochrome variants. Choose from the 19-tool Signal, 7-tool Skeletool, 21-tool Surge, or the 18-tool Wave+. You can also now customize colors on the Leatherman site.
The Prylobite is a keychain knife with a unique profile. Its blade is machined from S35VN steel, while its handles are made from black G10 or stonewashed titanium. In addition to its snub-nosed 1.7″ long blade, it has a suspension clip, bottle opener, pry bar, screwdriver, and hex driver built in.
This sturdy tactical pouch is designed to carry small tools, knives, pens, and other everyday items in a compact and organized case. It’s made from 1000D Nylon and is compatible with Molle webbing. Measures 8.67″ x 7.48″ x 0.99″, and comes in several military color schemes.
Nitecore’s bright palm-sized flashlight packs four CREE XP-L2 V6 LEDs, and can cast a beam nearly 700 feet long in its 4400-lumen turbo mode. Despite its power, it measures just 4.63″ long, and weighs just 2.82 ounces. It’s IP68 waterproof rated, and includes a USB-C rechargeable 5000mAh battery.
This pocketable multitool packs in several essential everyday functions, including a 2-1/2″ fine-edge blade, a 2-1/2″ bit driver with flat and Phillips tips, a pry bar, bottle opener, scissors, and an awl. Available in orange, onyx, or blue. They also make a corkscrew version.
Often, the best gear is the stuff you use most frequently. But regular use can lead to wear and breakage. Everyday Carry offers up some great tips on keeping your favorite pocket knives, wallets, bags, watches, and other items in great shape for as long as possible.
Wild Willies‘ useful gift set includes a variety of tools for everyday tasks while on the road. The 12-piece set includes a razor, nail clippers, hair brush, toothbrush, sewing kit, a card style multitool, carabiner multitool, corkscrew/bottle opener, and more, all in one easy-to-carry case.
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