troll1000 wrote:i like the idea of an otterbox or pelican case better than the altoids tin but that's my preference. could you maybe fit an aqua pouch or platypus bottle in there somehow? also a jumbo sized bandanna would be a good addition imo.
ODA 226 wrote:Wow! 250 views since last night and no comments good or bad?
FrANkNstEin wrote:Nice Kit!
I´ll shamelessly copy some/most of it...!
Suizen wrote:(damned to hell reason and logic... who needs it?! PANIC SQUAD!!! UNITE!)
Real_Ale_Act wrote:It looks a little bigger, but more conformable. It's still pocketable? (You do pocket carry it, right?)
Murphnuge wrote:Went to Condor online and couldn't find the pouch, were did you find it?! Thanks.
nocherub wrote:Another alternative is the tin that fossil wallets come in. To big to fit in your butt or hip pockets but would fit in a cargo pocket on legs. Would be great to keep small contents in when placed in a pack or bag. I got a fossil wallet for Christmas from the wife yay! If I remember tonight I can post the dimensions. Only draw back I could think of is price obviously but if your looking for a new wallet...
motard58 wrote:Nice kit. Obviously the tins are not water proof, but while assembling mine at the kitchen table today one of my wife's cork coasters caught my eye. Now I am gluing one on the outside of either lid, cut to match, as a buoyancy aid. Depending on the final weight it should be enough to keep it out of the bottom of a deep lake, stream, etc. without adding much overall mass to the unit.
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