The James Brand x Carryology Rover Capsule

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If you’ve ever known the frustration and heartbreak of having to leave a multitool behind at airport security — maybe you forgot you had it on you, you figured it would make it through, or the agent you happened to encounter was just not having a good day — then this set is for you. The James Brand, makers of good-looking and hard-working minimalist blades, asked EDC enthusiasts what they needed to have on them most when they traveled. 

The answer to those needs is now wrapped up in the cordura sheath of the James x Carryology Rover Capsule. There’s a titanium pen for taking notes and names; a bladeless multi-tool featuring mini scissors, scraper, bottle opener, and flat head driver; and a bit driver that doubles as a mini cache for your cash or other small things. All three tools fit into a compact sheath that’s ready to go in your carry-on. And while The James Brand tried hard to make sure this would pass muster with your local TSA agent, there are, as always, no guarantees. In the end it’s up to the agent what they let you on the plane with. It’s been said that being nice to the agent really helps a lot. Go figure.

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