GambleMade Mini-D
GambleMade Mini-D
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Product Description
No matter how well you organize your accessories beforehand, you’ll still have to stuff everything into the same pockets and hope everything remains in its right place. Taking the guesswork out of your everyday carry, the GambleMade Mini-D features five loops and sleek metal construction to keep your keys, knives, and other pocket tools standing at attention Read More
Minimize Your EDC

No matter how well you organize your accessories beforehand, you’ll still have to stuff everything into the same pockets and hope everything remains in its right place. Taking the guesswork out of your everyday carry, the GambleMade Mini-D features five loops and sleek metal construction to keep your keys, knives, and other pocket tools standing at attention.

Note: At check-out, you can select a body finish of Copper(+$9) Raw, or Stealth(+$9).

Hang Five

By attaching to the top of your pocket and dangling the device midway down, you get instant separation instead of an unsightly bulge. For all you ladies worried about losing your keys in your purse, there’s now an intelligent and lightweight way to stay organized. Durable enough for daily use and an instant way to organize your accessories, the GambleMade Mini-D makes your EDC a thing of simple beauty.

Specs
  • GambleMade
  • Comes fully assembled
  • Ground, stamped, and formed by hand
  • Grade 2 commercially pure annealed titanium, c101 pure copper, or flat black Cerakote coated grade 2 commercially pure annealed titanium
  • Removable Pull Tab
Included
  • 3 split rings
Shipping

All orders will be shipped by Drop.

Estimated ship date is Jan 23, 2015 PT.

After this product run ends, payment will be collected and orders will be submitted to the vendor up front, making all orders final. Check the discussion for updates on your order.

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I have a similar setup using products from TEC Accessories, and it's actually more useful than you might think. Instead of your pocket EDC being a messy ball with sharp corners at the bottom of your pocket that is a chore to get out, you get a flat hanger that uses your pocket space much more efficiently, without stabbing your legs, and that is easy to pull out by simply grabbing the pocket clip (or pull tab in the Mini-D case). As a bonus the attachments are organized rather than a tangled mess. However, I switch back and forth between two types of setup, the other being basically a carabiner hooked to a belt loop at the front of the pants, with attachments clipped to it and hanging inside the pocket. I find this to be better for things like the Beta-QR flashlight because I can pull it up, release the flashlight and let the rest stay hanging outside the pocket. With the clip setup I'm instead left with the other attachments in one of my hands, plus I can't easily release the Beta-QR while still holding on to the pocket clip. So depending on your EDC, a pocket clip like the Mini-D may be either an advantage, or a disadvantage. http://www.tecaccessories.com/P-7-Suspension-Clip http://www.tecaccessories.com/UFO http://www.tecaccessories.com/Split-Ring-Kit-2 $31 for those three which together makes a setup similar to the Mini-D, so it's a bit cheaper but also has some disadvantages. If I hadn't already used up my money on Massdrop for a while I'd join this drop for the buy-it-for-life quality, premium metals, solid design and overall craftsmanship that seems to have gone into it. But this type of item certainly isn't for everyone.