Gerber Steady

With all of the multi-tools on the market, it’s pretty incredible that not a one includes something for camera dorks. Gerber will be changing that in 2012 with the Steady. Essentially, the Gerber Steady is your basic multi-tool with one exception – two legs hinge out to form a mini tripod. Word on the street is that this little jewel will release in 2012 at a $65 price point. Let’s hope the rest of the package is just as well thought out as the use…

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EDC Update

EDC updates are dorky… Here is mine.

- Old School iPhone
- Benchmade Auto
- Sinn 856
- Tanner Goods Cardholder

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Sinn 856

There is something very visceral about an automatic watch. It’s a tiny machine that sits on your wrist and uses what amounts to simple motion to power itself. Open one up and you’ll find a wonder world full of cogs, springs, and other engineering feats in miniature. There aren’t many art forms in the world that are so purely mechanical. It all calls to me in a major way.

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Gerber Mini Covert Auto

This is a relatively new release from Gerber that I just heard about today. It’s a mini auto for around $100. You can’t beat that with a stick… The blade is a hair under 3-inches and when closed the whole shit-and-kabang is under 4.

Details here.

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Hazard 4

I’m not really much of a tactical guy, but I like looking at all of the mil-spec packs and what not offered by small companies with ingenuity. One new company that I’ve seen mentioned a lot lately on the forums and blogs of the world is Hazard 4. I know nothing about them other than what I’ve read on their site, but I figured their popularity was worth mentioning here.

Check them out.

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