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An Everyday Carry Top 10

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As you know, every other week we take a look at what our pals over at Everyday Carry are producing, and bring you something that we have found of interest from their articles. While you may not think of it as such, the watch that you (and I) are wearing is definitely part of our everyday carry. While some of the recent features have been on specific classes of gear, this week we have something a bit more well-rounded.

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That is because Everyday Carry pulled together a curated top ten list of the gear and items that the readers of the site spent the most time on and engaged with. Of particular note, right at the top of the list? It’s a watch! The Suunto Core is definitely a top choice of those headed to the outdoors, and as weather warms up, it would make sense that something like this tops the list. The Fisher Space pen is next up, and I can personally vouch for that, as I carry one. The rest of the list is the usual categories of cases, lights, and blades (including a stunning titanium framelock piece) that gives you a good survey of what others are grooving on. Check out the list, and let us know what you might consider on your own sort of top ten list. Maybe we can come up with a friendly sort of competition (or collaboration, no need to fight!) with our counterparts at Everyday Carry.  everydaycarry.com

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