"My EDC is a Kershaw Burst with Speedsafe. I did swap between that and a CRKT M16 however my wife took that one over. When I bought them I went in to purchase a Benchmade Griptalion but considering I work on bridges for a living a drop would not be…"
"I live in the UK so EDC pocket knife choices are hugely limited...no switchblades, balisongs or locking blades.
I carry a Wenger Soldier (I've carried a SAK of some description or another since I was a young…"
"I also like the Victorinox Multi-tool, use it at work almost everyday. To me, the Victorinox is made with such a high level of craftsmanship and the quality of metal used just beats Leatherman and Gerber hands-down.
Though, I will have to check out…"
"I carried the Gerber Hinderer on duty for awhile, fully serrated with a blunt tip, seatbelt cutter and glass breaker...It's a good knife, deployed quick and I could use it with gloves on, but I like the Leatherman for the screwdriver...I…"
"On duty, I carry a Leatherman PST on my hip, which does everything from screw the shoulder mic onto my radio, light repairs around the office, and cut whatever needs cutting...Being that I use the blade on the PST for work, I keep a small lockback…"
"Living out in the country as I do, I don't have to worry as much about the type or size of blade I carry until I go to my job...
So my choices for an E.D.C.(every. Day carry) are a little more open than say your average office worker.
I use a…"
"I usually just carry around a multitool, maybe a safety knife for work. Technically not supposed to have either on me while on the job, but they're so much better than trying to cut through lumber banding with a centimeter-long piece of dull…"
"While in the office, I carry a Buck Whittaker, which has a tiny blade and an LED light. Really handy. While out and about, I always carry my swiss army knife (Spartan model). While hiking or working around the house, I carry my very early…"
"Who says that cheap and quality can't be had in one knife? Try an Opinel; French made, carbon steel, folding blade and terrific quality. I paid about $13 for the last one I purchased, so if it gets lost or stolen you won't even turn…"
"I carry an emerson commander and a gerber multiplier. both are great but may be to big for some men to comfortably carry daily or in some types of business. I have buck and spyderco, benchmade, victronox crnt and others but the two I carry every day…"
"I'm a French press devotee myself. Best appliance I ever got for the kitchen was a hot water dispenser. It puts out near-boiling water (205 degrees), so I can just fill up the press and go to town - no heating water.
"1) Reminding my sons that I love them only to be chided that they already know.
2) Waking up with lucid dreams and/or an erection.
3) Making French press coffee.
4) Getting on the train to work on weekdays.
5) Reading a good line or hearing a good…"
Welcome! I'm also an Eagle Scout, involved with my son's troop and a history major from when I was in college. Being an electrician is definitely a stronger career path. Congrats on your marraige and pending…"
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