Cash and card carriers come in all sorts of shapes and sizes. Most people like the idea of having a handy and easy way in which to store and keep organized their identification, credit cards, coins, currency, or whatever. If you’re now on the hunt to get a pocket-sized or keychain-mountable device to ease your frustrations and inconveniences, go no further.
This wallet by BELLROY is all season fit leather wallet, and large enough to fit your phone, passport, cash, tickets, keys, charging cables, and more across its 5 internal organizational pockets. And it will all stay safe, sound, and dry thanks to a water-resistant YKK zipper and all-conditions premium leather exterior. For the adventurous traveler, there’s no better pocket-able accessory to keep all your gear dry. Besides all, it has space for 4 to 12 cards capacity and you take micro pen with you as well.
Quiet Carry Q 2.0
If you are an adventurer and wanted to carry a dedicated knife with keychain, the Quiet Carry 2.0 keychain with knife is the best. But sometimes it’s just not practical. This is handy little tool that can hold 1-4 keys (8 with extenders), and is constructed from super tough and lightweight grade-5 titanium. It comes with a 2.3″ folding AUS 8 steel blade. The handle also has a strong lock back to keep the knife deployed during use. Altogether, this is a handy, fine-looking, and helpful organizational keychain organizer and cutting tool.
This Diver watch by Jack Mason is inspired by diving’s loaded heritage and iconography. This watch is completely stunning classically to pays homage to one of the most adored timepieces of all time. Within its stainless steel case and under the mineral crystal, it has a reliable Japanese Miyota quartz movement. The watch is paired with a handsome and simple dial with three luminous hands and a day date window. It also features a rotating dive timer bezel, is water-resistant to a whopping 300 meters, comes with a stunning metal link band, and has a 10-year warranty.
Fisher Space Pen
That pen was initially used on the Apollo 7 space mission in 1968, the AG7 is the original Fisher Space Pen. And since then it has since been used on every single manned NASA mission. Well, the space pen is chrome-plated, writes upside-down, underwater, and in zero gravity as well. Other than this it features an all-metal construction – even the clicker device.