This is a single-side blade on an integral frame lock. Because it is a personal light-duty knife I will be placing in one of my urban tin. It is not in my situation an EDC knife just an occasional emergency use knife.
P.E.C.K. (Precision Engineered Compact Knife) designed by Ed Halligan
This picture was taken at 6:16am (PHT) and I was in a hurry to catch my ride. I will retake the photo under better conditions at a later time. I travel light – no bag. The person I was traveling with tool collection is unbelievable therefore it would be pathetic of me to even attempt to show up with a tool. I had actually carried three knives today so in the updated photo – I will correct that. We stop and got some food and water.
If you have not figure out by now – we are not in the U.S.A. this month.
What you don’t see is steel water bottle, cargo pants, watch, prepaid Globe phone and transition glasses.
- Front pocket: Mini first-aid kid, Alcohol pad, and a bic lighter
- Main pocket: Kodak Play Sport
2 Wet Ones
Wallet modify for international travel Filipino Pesos
StingEze Itch Relief
Strip Down version of Key Chain
- Flash light, Bottle opener, USB flash drive
- Generic throwing knife
- One of the twin custom-made knives – made 2 days ago by friend here in the Philippines.
Red Cotton Cloth
For the record: I can not recommend the purchase of StingEze Itch Relief simply because it does not work. That is just my wife and my opinion. It might work for you but we are coming back to Calamine lotion.