I recently bought myself some really cheap cargo pants and found them to be very lacking, so while looking for some new work pants I found some great looking and I found out later very versatile and loads of carry options.
I got the Khaki coloured pants as my wife wanted me to get a different colour other than Black. At first I didn't think I would like the colour but now I am thinking about about getting some pants for winter in the Khaki colour, I also like some of the Hard Yakka Boots also.
I have been looking for another torch for my car to replace the Monarch 6 I was carrying and also wanted one that had a Strobe and/or SOS setting. I also didn't want to spend a lot of money as I really wanted to test if the size and overall use of this torch would fit my needs to see if I then went for a larger one or more expensive version like a Fenix or Nitecore.
The KinFire was sent by www.gearbest.com and was shipped from the Netherlands, I live in Western Australia and it took around 4 weeks to get to me, now that was with FREE postage and for me I don't mind it taking some time to get t...
I have been thinking on how I would load out my Magnum from the time I ordered it and it arrived and after speaking to Eric what I could and couldn't fit in the side tubes, I was originally looking at putting my Sidekick in the Right Tube, but since I got my Ontario Rat M2 that has lived there instead and the Sidekick went back to my back pocket.
By adding the knife I get the best of both worlds the Surge as my MT, the Rat M2 main EDC knife (Surge will be backup), Fenix E12 light (no back up on me but in the car is a Monarch 6 2x AA torch), then added support with CC 4" Pocket Pry Bar, Bit Ex...
Well I finally updated my Skinth OG to the Plus with Ninja Black Stainless Steel belt clip, here is my review and how its going for me so far..
Let me introduce the Skinth Plus, it is a bit larger than the OG I also have which is good thing if you are carrying the Surge like me, the OG did fit the Surge and there is one thing it does better than the Plus which I will explain later on. I just love the simple yet elegant black look and for me it matches well with my black uniform.
Since the demise of the E11 and the revamp of it via the E12 people are wanting to see what this new light will bring to the mix, now to start off I have not had the benefit of using the E11 and jumped straight onto the E12 band wagon and I can tell you now I won’t be jumping off any time soon.
Why won’t I you ask well here are some of MY personal reasons, and yes in know I just shouted out my, but that is what it is and there may be more suited torch experts or fan boys out there than me. But I am a simple user; a torch is there to light my way so I don’t stub my toe in the middle of night.
Ok so you now have your Note 2 and you are on the go and out and about your might be a project manager visiting sites and staff, it could be dusty or be a possible area that you might drop and damage that new Smartphone.
While the OtterBox Commuter case I reviewed this week gives you some great protection the OtterBox Defender case gives you extreme protection with a solid thought out design followed up with state of the art materials, it also gives the Defender series case a stylish look but still has supreme protection.
Since I have had my Note 2 the main concern that I have had is the potential of dropping it or getting a few knocks as I use it a lot to enter data for work, calls, ChatON, and SMS, so I am taking it out of my pocket and in doing so heighten the possibility of that Oops drop.
I am personally a big believer in using cases, and can’t believe that consumers invest almost a $1000 on their telco device yet are happy to just use no case or that cheap $10 clip on case or Gel Case that offers no to little actual protection then come crying that they have now damaged their device, I saw this a lot whe...