Carryosity #3: Outdoor EDC Fixed Blade Budget Edition
Everybody owns an every day carry: an EDC. These are all the tools you carry with you on a daily basis. An EDC says something about who you are as a person, and how prepared you are on a daily basis. It is also great to match all your EDC items. It is quite tricky to assemble an EDC. In Carryosity we select the perfect EDC for you based on the most popular themes and brands.
An outdoor EDC is an every day carry for in nature. During a hike, a picnic in the woods or a day of fishing. No matter where you find yourself, it is always important to be prepared. Fixed knives excel in nature. They are solid and can easily be used to make a walking stick or to prepare dinner. After all, you don't want to end up with leftover fodo in the hinged parts of your pocket knife. In this Carryosity outdoor edition we focus on affordable fixed knives and outdoor gear. Everything to make sure you are prepared and don't have to spend too much money.
1. Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener
Are you far from home and realize your knife is not as sharp anymore as it used to be? Don't worry. With the Work Sharp Guided Field Sharpener you will have everything you need to sharpen your knife on the road. This sharpening tool is smaller than most sharpening stones but still enhanced with five different sharpening stages. As such your knife will be sharp in no time at all! A valuable addition to your EDC.
2. Klean Kanteen Insulated TKWide 335ml Emerald Bay
Nothing is better than a cup of hot coffee or an ice-cold beverage during your hike or fishing trip. It doesn't really matter which you choose, Klean Kanteen will make sure your drink is always served at the right temperature. Because of its small size you will always have enough room in your backpack or jacket pocket for this amazing bottle.
3. Spyderco Bow River FB64GP
The Spyderco Bow River is an amazing fixed knives, designed by legendary knife maker Phil Wilson. You receive a lot of value for money. A large piece of 8Cr13MoV steel, a stunning layered G10 handle, and a solid leather sheath. The thin blade is perfect for fishermen who sometimes need to fillet a fish. But that is not all, this knife is also great when preparing food or making a sandwich during a picnic. Because of its compact size, light weight and the slim learher sheath you can easily carry this knife with you, making it the perfect choice as a budget outdoor EDC knife.
4. Petzl Tikkina head torch black
The Petzl Tikkina head torch is a compact and light-weight head torch. Perfect for anyone who is looking for a good head torch and doesn't want to spend too much money. The maximum light output is 250 lumens. In this mode the Tikkina can burn for no less than 2 hours. Great on the campsite or when you walk the dog at night in the woods. An outdoor EDC is not complete without a good torch.
5. Silky Pocketboy 130-10
Do you love building treehouses for your kids or a nice campfire at night? If so it is always a good idea to add a Silky Pocketboy to your outdoor EDC. The saw is foldable and therefore easy to take with you. The razor-sharp teeth can tackle any branch.