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The term “EDC” stands for “Everyday Carry”. It is a common phrase used by Prepper’s and Gear Junkies for indicating all of the gear/supplies they carry on their person on a daily basis. In my opinion, everyone has an EDC, whether they call it that or not. Basically everybody carries a wallet, phone, watch, and keys. I like to call these “Core EDC” items. Prepper’s usually carry additional items beyond this core set of items, mostly related to tools like a knife, flashlight, fire starter, etc. I consider “EDC Tools” to be the second tier on one’s Everyday Carry system. Most people carry all of these items individually in various pockets. Over the past year, I have tried to leverage miniature modules for organizing my EDC into various categories.

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I prefer to carry a small set of EDC (“Everyday Carry”) supplies in a bag to provide me with various capabilities during my daily commute to work. In the past, these items were stored in a backpack and were organized by using color coded modules for the various categories of gear. The problem that I had with this approach is that it didn’t work as a system with my non-EDC kits, which are also stored in a backpack (e.g., Get Home Bag, Bug Out Bag). I can’t easily carry two backpacks. A few years back I made the switch to carrying EDC items in a single-strap sling / messenger style bag. This makes it possible for me to also carry an emergency backpack at the same time (if needed) and then leverage all of the individual gear as a system of supplies.

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Created 10 months, 2 weeks ago.

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CategoryPeople & Family

My channel features emergency preparedness topics and related gear reviews. Since I live and work in the greater Seattle area, my focus is on “Urban” preparedness and not on Rural environment related concepts.

My goal is to provide video content that is family-friendly, entertaining and accessible to a wide audience. I work in software engineering, so many of the projects and gear testing that I upload to YouTube leverage engineering skills; planning, organization, scientific method testing and documentation. I try to treat all of my large projects or “kits” as open-source projects that viewers can leverage and customize to their own set of needs. I find that prepping gear is specific to the individual, but organization is universal.