This may be the ultimate packaged everyday carry gear kit for a key chain. It may not have everything but it pretty much has what’s feasible for key chain carry. Includes a capsule cache, baton pen, key multi-tool cover, micro LED flashlight and a master key ring set for all those items to attach to. Pretty nice pocket travel gear for the EDC’er. So everything in this photo is included and attaches perfectly to the specified clip working as a system – also can be used to attach almost any other item to. It’s like OCD for ECD.
Waterproof bags are nothing new but they all share a common problem; you have to hold them with your hands or keep them unattended while you do your water activities on the beach or the pool. With the OverBoard Arm Pack, you can keep your essential travel gear completely dry with complete freedom to have fun and get wet without worrying about your stuff. Guaranteed submersible to 19 feet (6 meters) and floats if it comes off for whatever reason. Your cash, smartphone, keys can now come with you rain, shine or underwater.
The Boker made Cera-Neck Knife get’s its name because of “ceramic” + “neck”. Designed to be worn around the neck with the included sheath and chain for convenience and access. The entire knife including the blade is made from ceramic, unlike steel it is completely impervious to corrosion, metal detectors and holds an edge (sharpness) better than any metal. The handle comes tied with paracord which could be removed for other purposes. One of the more exotic pieces of EDC travel gear, similar to carbon fiber knives.
UberBottle is quite possibly the world’s greatest water bottle. Because of its uber design and build quality, it’s equally fitting for travel, adventure, survival, exercise and just plain old hydrating. The collapsible UberBottle is made from a high grade silicone which is FDA Approved, 100% BPA and Phthalate free. No stains, aftertaste, or odor even after extensive use. Carry everywhere and have up to 17oz of water available to you at all times and shrinks down to almost nothing when empty. Should be a part of any travel gear packing list, minimalist or not.
Most sleeping bags are basically made for the same environment varying only with the temperature they’re good for. A typical sleeping bag in the Amazon Jungle, tropics or any time it’s hot, humid and filled with bugs will not be a pleasant sleeping experience. The Jungle Bag by Snugpak is the answer. Designed for the warmer nights, it can seal you in with the built-in bug net like a forcefield. The Jungle Bag also packs down to smaller (and lighter) than most sleeping bags on the market making it perfect for travel gear.
With each piece of electronic travel gear comes the need for power. But that means having to also pack spare batteries, so they made the LithiumCard to minimize weight and bulk. The footprint size of a credit card and the thickness of 5 credit cards. Great for iPhones, Android and most other USB devices. The LithiumCard includes a rinse-able, NanoStik pad, so it sticks to virtually any surface. Simultaneous bypass charging circuitry charges another device and LithiumCard at the same time. Available in micro USB or Apple iOS Lightning.
Whether on a business trip or flashpacking the world, it’s not always easy or even possible to charge all your travel gear. Regular cord or USB, many hotels often intentionally limit the wall outlets in their rooms to save electricity but the PowerCube fixes that. There are 4 different models for different functions that all work together in different combinations for the most perfect power source and they all have resettable circuit breaker/fuses. Additional safety feature is that they are grounded (1875W) and have child-proofing.
Your main backpack or luggage should be large enough to carry most if not all your travel gear but once you’re settled at your hotel or hostel, you may need a small bag to carry for just the essentials. Well this Nintendo Gameboy inspired backpack may just be the one if you were a child of the 80’s. It’s not a cheap print but a textured and raised design of the game, the buttons look and feel like they can actually be pressed! High quality construction all around and padding everywhere with a breathable mesh back for comfort.
If a notebook is good enough for battle, then it’s even better for travel, hence the TGX Tactical Notebook. Like any tactical bag or pouch, this 96 paged line notebook is covered in MOLLE (PAL) webbing letting you attach any compatible travel gear you want. There’s also a function to attach your pen, naturally. Taking it further, the Tactical Notebook can be completely closed by a zipper. To make it tactical travel friendly, there’s even wallet-like slots inside the notebook. Available in 2 sizes and the paper is replaceable.
The SporKnife is perfectly named as it’s a perfect marriage of a folding knife and eating utensil. A spoon bowl with fork tips on the end (spork) and a serrated edge functions as fork, spoon, and knife all in one culinary multi-tool. It’s technical travel gear with minimalism and high function in mind. Great for backpacking, survival, any type of adventure travel or even to whip out at the best restaurant in the world. The SporKnife is finely and solidly constructed of stainless steel.
The SafePocket is a fusion of a money clip and a wallet, taking the positive parts of each and leaving the negative parts. More functional than a traditional money clip, yet faster and more comfortable than a traditional wallet. The specialized contours is made for up to six credit cards securely, unlike a money clip and the other side is for cash. All easy to access but never in danger of slipping out. This is very ideal as travel gear for when dealing with foreign currency all the time. The SafePocket is an evolution of the wallet and money clip emerged.
Finally, a remote controlled UAV drone compact enough for travel gear. This palm-sized quadcopter has a built in camera so you can control it like any real drone via the LCD screen of the advanced remote control in first person view (FPV). Now you can get those serious and exotic travel shots like never before. This Hubsan is not a toy but a grownups’ machine. Great control with the 6 axis gyro stabilization that can fly up to 100 meters from you. For a drone of this size and price it takes a lot of abuse and have parts available should something break which is handy while traveling.
It makes great travel sense to hide cash, credit cards and maybe even some jewelry in your socks in a pinch if your feel danger coming or are in a bad part of whatever country you’re in. Bit it can be uncomfortable and could the contents could fall out. Travelon recognized this travel gear problem and invented Security Socks. Just a fancy name for socks with secret pockets. Fitted for small valuable items mentioned above, the things thieves would steal. Made from cotton in black or tan and zippered secret pockets on each sock.
Made by STEELMASTER, this truly secure Travel Book Safe is the ultimate way to hide your travel gear and valuables in plain sight. The “book” is titled “World’s Best Getaways” making it valid travel literature suspecting nothing to safely conceal your passport, money, visas, jewelry, electronics or anything smaller than a large book. Constructed of heavy-gauge steel, the Travel Book Safe comes with two interior hooks for hanging items like a closet and is designed to stand up to daily use. Comes with 2 keys for the lock.
This PacSafe made retractable cable lock is a 4 dial compact plastic-coated steel cable housed in a tough yet lightweight casing. Specifically designed for locking bags, camera equipment, skis, bikes and other travel gear together and / or secure to stationery objects. Making it ideal for when you need to leave your stuff in public for a moment. This isn’t the most secure lock as it’s not suppose to be, but it acts as a great deterrent to those who might want to grab and dash with your purse, luggage or backpack. Available in red and grey colors.