I was really intrigued with the EDC kydex wallet by 362 Custom Kydex after seeing pictures as posted by Wak. I placed an order for a unit a few weeks ago when I was overseas. Upon my return, a Poslaju package was already waiting on my desk. Here are some pictures of my new EDC wallet in kydex made by 362 Custom Kydex.
The straight jacket compression system on this Osprey Eclipse 26+5 pack is really awesome. After a continuous use for over two weeks, I realized the pack’s compression system isn’t like any other pack I have ever used. Here’s a closer look.
Someone asked me recently where to buy every day carry- EDC torch lights in Malaysia. Torch light in my opinion is one of the most important EDC, prepper, survival and self defense tool there is. In almost any imaginable survival scenario, day will turn into night and being able to see in the dark puts you in a better advantage to survive. Having said that, not all torches are created equal (as with cars, packs, knives etc). So, if you wanna receive good and reliable advise on what torches to buy, you may want to check out my ‘go to guy’ for torches, Mr Dannie Chua of Radiant Den.
I got an email asking who is selling 550 made in USA paracords in Malaysia. I wrote about Paraknott who is based in Klang valley some time back. I have confirmed with Calvin of Paraknott that he does sell this useful prepping items and can make arrangement for them to be shipped via post to buyers all over Malaysia. I was visiting Calvin the other day so decided to take some pictures to show what he has.
Peter from 362 Custom Kydex did it again with his recent kydex key fob offerings. I cannot resist custom made EDC gadget like these as I believe the world is way too boring to have everything standard and off the shelf. After spending years in the army, I have learn to hate monotonous lifestyle and will try my best to stay away from it as much as possible. Here are some pictures of Peter’s new kydex key fobs offering.
Almost all preppers I know in Malaysia will own at least a few hanks of 550 paracords in their kit. Paracords compliments prepping in many ways. They are strong, has tonnes of uses, and relatively cheap. I carry paracords on a daily basis. The ones I carry may vary in length and color but I have them in my EDC pack, on my car keys, my body (wrist), on my shoes, my knives and just about any nook and corners that I can keep them.
Check out this cool kydex key holder by 362 Custom Kydex (Malaysia). Gone are the days of boring key rings and leather wallets for me. This key holder is adjustable and you can customize the scales and layout of your keys as you wish. KInda reminds me of my EDC Leatherman tool.
I was recently contacted by a reader asking about a particular kydex holsters maker in Malaysia that goes by the name TST Kydex. TST Kydex kept popping up whenever there’s a discusion about kydex holsters, knife sheaths and just about any other thing that can be kydex fitted. This kydex sheath maker seems to have good ravings among my circle of friends. Certainly, he must be quite good if gun owners in Malaysia goes to him for kydex holsters.
Malaysia only knife enthusiast shop, OGM is finally moving away from SS15 Subang Jaya! I dropped by their shop after meeting knife maker Fursan Blade and was allowed a brief ‘sneak peak’ on the works that’s going on in the old shop. This move to me personally is timely for OGM. Here are some reasons why I think OGM should move.
Imagination if probably the limit to the number of uses for the ITW Tac Links. While the story goes that they are made for tactical use, I use a bunch of them mostly as key chains. Sporting some really bright (orange and even yellow) colors and weighing close to nothing, they really do make ideal key holders. Cheap (round RM15 to RM20 each), they are easy to spot and certainly looks cool all around.