I put together a killer work-from-home carry, and wanted to share it with you.
Reate Starboy - This beefy blade is a bit bigger than I would typically go for. But, I find that the swooping nature of the handle is quite comfortable in hand. The RWL-34 blade holds a great edge, and I love the action on it. I would definitely recommend this one.
Playge Asym Prybar - Clay Ferguson is a great designer, and I personally love his work. I typically carry a Zach Wood prybar that was gifted to me, but I decided to give the Playge Asym a try this week. I love the way this looks, and I have been keeping it on my desk to open mail and other around-the-house tasks. It even helped me open a can of paint to tackle the next thing on my honey-do list!
Shire Post Mint I Win / You Lose Decision Maker Coin - Truthfully, the only downside to this coin, is that it typically can only be used once on the same person. I used it yesterday actually to get out of doing the dishes, but I fear that won't work again. She saw both sides! Shire Post Mint has a lot of fun with their designs, and you can tell. I love this nickel coin, and can't wait to use it on my next unsuspecting victim.
Also pictured is the Handgrey H Series Carabiner which I just got, and can't wait to setup with keys on it. Lastly, the Hinderer Investigator Pen in titanium. I love how the blue matches my pry, and the titanium keeps the pen light. This pen has put in work, from writing endless to-do lists, to even opening a box in a pinch.
There you have it - my perfect work from home carry. Hope it inspires you! Shop my carry below, and post your work-from-home carry on Instagram and tag us to be featured!
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From California, we sit down with Adriel (@gr8conejoedc) who has been the primary caretaker for his grandfather who was diagnosed with alzheimer's and dementia.Having just acquired his grandparents' home in California, Adriel has been making full use of this EDC and putting them through their paces. Read on to learn how Adriel's first got into EDC, and how he deploys his minimal but highly functional daily carry.