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I just love looking at other people’s tools because it helps me to discover better ones for my own personal use. It was via Flickr’s “What’s in your bag” photo group that I initially discovered the Lamy Safari. The rest as they say, is history. The images in this post are courtesy of Tony Thomas.

07/12 Here is some of what I carry everyday. My usual carry platform is a Maxpedition Jumbo LEO Tactical sling bag.

Top: Maxpedition EDC Organizer, Ohto Tasche Ball Point Pen, Wacom Bamboo Stylus, Parker Stainless Jotter Pens (2), Pilot G2-07 Pens (2), USB Drives (2 shown, 1 hidden), laser pointer/flashlight, Leatherman Micra Tool, Nail Clippers, Spyderco Byrd Robin knife, S-clip, Levenger Pocket Desk (in pocket), iPod Touch 4G (in pocket), Sony earbuds (in front mesh pocket).

Bottom: Condor MA16 Pocket Pouch, Parker Stainless Jotter Pencil, Lamy Safari Charcoal Fountain Pens (2), Lamy Charcoal Pencil, Pentel Clic Eraser Stick, Rhodia No. 11 Graph staple-bound pad (usually in pocket).

Tony Thomas Maxpedition

01/13 Updated Maxpedition EDC Organizer

Tony Thomas
Web: www.tonythomas.net

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Posted on January 7th, 2013 by Stephanie
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