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Eco-friendly non woven t-shirt bag:Portable Culture Portrait: imahawki

Our Portable Culture Portrait blog series features TOM BIHN Forum members, the bags they carry, and what items they carry in their bags. It’s inspired by our Portable Culture tagline. This edition features Forum member imahawki. The previous editions featured Forum members Amy, Perseffect, jujigatame and bchaplin.

What’s the most useful item that you carry?

I like to think of myself as a bit of a Boy Scout. Be Prepared. The things I carry, like multiple different style knives, flashlight, battery packs/portable chargers, USB drive, a multi-tool, and even a bottle opener fall into that category. In theory, given I’m an officer worker, live in a city, and drive to and from work, the most useful item I carry would be my iPhone. It certainly gets the most use of anything I carry. It keeps me connected, productive, and entertained. But after that, I pocket carry a Kershaw Ken Onion Chive which get’s a lot of use. Whether its opening a new delivery package, cutting a loose thread, or getting into one of those irritating clamshell packages, its one of the items that I use almost daily.

What’s your most treasured item?

This one is tough. It’s probably not something I daily carry. I don’t have a pocket knife that I got from my grandfather or anything like that. My main hobbies are photography, home theater, and fountain pens. Within those categories, I would say my GoldenEar Triton One speakers and Visconti Homo Sapiens Dark Ages are two of my prize possessions. But, I tend to be more utilitarian and unattached to things I own. I frequently seek better ways to do things or more convenient, practical, or comfortable ways to carry my stuff. Examples would be the Bellroy wallet which is extremely thin for what it holds, and the Orbit Key, which I find to be an immensely more practical and useful way to carry keys and a bottle opener than a key ring.

Which item do you use more often than you thought you would?

This might gross some people out but you’ll notice that I carry a pair of fold-flat Swiss Army fingernail clippers with me. That’s because I almost never trim my nails at home. I almost always trim them at my desk at work, usually when I’m on long conference calls. In my defense, I’m extremely diligent about collecting the clippings and throwing them in my trash can. But regardless, I use the clippers a lot.

Items shown in the main photo:

1) 2011 MacBook Air – I have a cache in the Synapse for it

2) Classic Snake Charmer with miscellaneous Apple device charging cables

3) MacBook Charger

4) Anker USB charger

5) Kindle Paperwhite

6) iPhone 7 Plus

7) Bellroy Low Down Wallet

8 )Tom Bihn Synapse 25

9) Fenix E05 flashlight

10) Victorinox Classic Swiss Army Knife

11) Victorinox Swiss Army nail clippers

12) Car Key

13) Orbit Key with bottle opener, USB drive, and 2 keys

14) Kershaw Ken Onion Chive

15) Mints

16) Anker SoundBuds Slim bluetooth earbuds

17) Klipsch S4i wired earbuds

18) Small organizer pouch with antacid, tissue, Leatherman Style PS (TSA approved), SOG FLASH II Tanto (not TSA approved)

19) Kaweco Classic Sport fountain pen and Lamy Al-Star rollerball

20) Medium organizer pouch with wet wipes, small first aid kit, and sternum straps for Synapse

Note: Items 6, 7, 9, 11, 12, 13, and 14 are pocket carried.

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