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EDC July 2020

In this month´s roundup series of EDC (Everyday Carry), we pick some items that are carried on a consistent basis to assist you in dealing with normal everyday needs of modern society, including possible emergency situations. Every guy could use a little more gear in his pockets, so this month we have rounded up the ultimate guide to EDC essentials for the modern and discerning gentleman. Product details below.


Tile, makers of the popular Bluetooth tracker, have introduced a small, waterproof finder that sticks to virtually anything, has a 150 ft range and built-in 3-year battery. The 3-year battery provides long-term convenience.
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When it comes to smartphone lenses, nothing compares to Moment Lenses. The 18mm Wide Lens is an everyday, go-to wide-angle lens for mobile photographers and filmmakers. Its new glass and wide angle design allows your phone to capture 2x more picture. As the most advanced lens Moment has ever made, Wide Lens captures smartphone photos and videos that are beautiful, crisp, and straight, with no fisheye distortion.
BUY | $119



Designed to give your AirPods Pro a classic, yet bold new look. This two-piece Rugged Case has an optical light pipe for the LED charging indicator and a lanyard attachment point for an optional wrist strap. Built with genuine, vegetable-tanned leather designed to beautifully patina with time, Rugged Case creates an AirPods Pro case truly unique to you.
BUY | $34.95



A considered clip designed to keep your keys close, but out of the way. Attach the Key Ring Clip by Orbitkey to your bag or clothes, you will never lose sight of your keys again.
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Luminox has announced a new timepiece collaboration alongside famed adventurer Bear Grylls. The SEA Series has an uni-directional turning bezel with a special diving zone count up marking (1-20), set off by a different color (blue or orange) for easy reading. The screw-down crown has an orange rubber ring, for better grip, and the color matches the markings on the bezel and the minute and second hands (orange being one of the most visible color for underwater work). The SEA series comes with a waved black rubber strap – the waves making the strap more expandable/flexible.
BUY | $445

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