When it comes to figuring out what you are going to carry in your pockets, there are about as many choices out there as there are with watches. In short, it can be pretty overwhelming. That’s why sites like Everyday Carry are handy, as they offer up reviews of gear to help you narrow the field. Today, we’ll take a look at a recent knife and flashlight writeup, as well as point out a new giveaway they’re running.
When it comes to probably the most useful thing you can carry around with you (aside from cash and a phone), I would put a pocket knife right at the top of the list. While I carry a much smaller knife day to day, something with a larger blade is much handier when you’re headed to the great outdoors (or aren’t spending time in the office). If that’s the bill you’re looking to fill, then the Kershaw CQC-4KXL is worth checking out.
After a knife, a flashlight is the next handiest tool. Sure, you can read your watch in the dark, but can you see what made the noise that woke you up in the middle of the night? When it comes to compactness, something that is barely larger than the AAA powering it is a hard argument to refuse. You can find out more details on the Olight i3E right here.
Last, but certainly not least, Everyday Carry runs regular (generally, weekly) giveaways for some pretty sweet gear. While this week’s giveaway doesn’t have a watch, it does have some other handy stuff, like a knife and light (hey, just like we talked about above), a wallet, and a pretty slick action camera. everydaycarry.com
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