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An elegantly monochromatic grey everyday carry kit of high-end grail pieces. Crafted to be precise workhorse instruments with subdued style.

This is a partial / variable gear list for my on-my-person carry and packing list. Most of my equipment is in my FAST Pack Scout and The Adjustable Bag.

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Location: Madrid, Spain     |     Kit Cost: $8,950 USD

 

Svorn Arcus Carabiner : Grey Grails EDC Kit /// Vinjatek

Arcus Carabiner

Compact and stylized to an artistic level. For such a beautiful jewelry-like piece, this carabiner has served me well for a couple of years through daily use. Unlike most similar accessories, this can be visibly worn and utilized while wearing a black blazer or a grey flak jacket.

I typically have 2 or 3 of these as part of my packing list with 1 almost always on my person and for this particular EDC, it was used as a gear tether.

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Available for about $40 >>>

 

 

Raidops Centauro Knife: Grey Grails EDC Kit /// Vinjatek

Centauro Knife

Designed in Korea by Raidops but built in Italy, this unusually hyper-modern folding knife is big, hardlined and surprisingly powerful. Made of exotic materials like titanium and N690 steel with high-tech components like the ball bearing pivot, this is a finely engineered and efficient lacerater.

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Available for about $350 >>>

 

 

Charge TTi Multi-Tool

Made by Leatherman, this is the “Cadillac” of multi-tools. The Charge TTi is the best money can buy and it does cost a lot of money, but it’s worth every damn penny. Packed with essential tools and featuring a “super steel” S30V blade and wrapped in titanium scales.

This is what was tethered with the Arcus Carabiner as I needed to make quick adjustments and tool switches on the fly without putting them down.

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Available for about $170 >>>

 

 

Rolex Submariner Watch : Grey Grails EDC Kit /// Vinjatek

Submariner Watch

It’s common belief that Rolex watches are delicate time pieces only to be worn for special occasions. They’re not, especially these tool models. It’s actually the original war watch spanning a half century of evolution and this is the latest.

The Submariner is truly an everyday watch. Not just for casual, business and formal, but even tactical.

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Available for about $8,500 >>>

 

 

The Grey Grails EDC Kit /// Vinjatek

 


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  1. Specialist Zero Reply

    Your pocket dumps are always inspiring but taxing on my bank statements.

  2. Also got a Sub here, but no date version. Best “man watch” ever.

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