Carrying everything you need on your back is great, but having all your stuff bumping into each other getting scratched and making noise isn’t. It’s time for you to get yourself organised. The Cocoon GRID-IT Organiser uses a grid of strong durable elastic strips, woven with rubber to hold whatever you give it, securely. Ideal for your laptop charger, computer accessories, pens, whatever fits. It has a zip pocket on the back to keep other bits like your notebooks, business cards, stickers… you get drift.
It’s a versatile organisation solution for your gear and coming in a range of sizes there’s no reason for your backpack, satchel or handbag to be without one. Now for the game of Tetris you’ll play to fit everything in.
The Gerber Shard is a lightweight multitool. This key-sized, flight friendly, shard of nitride coated titanium features a bottle opener, philips screwdriver, two sizes of flathead screwdriver, a wire-stripper, nail-puller, and it’s a mini-crowbar. It’s also pretty much indestructible. I’ve personally had this on my keyring and it’s been one of the most useful things I’ve carried.
Combining style, minimalism, and function, Farah’s Millen Roll-top Backpack isn’t just a fashionable companion for adventuring through the city, as hidden inside is a laptop sleeve which makes this backpack great for the everyday commute. The Farah Millen Roll-top stays secure with buckle fastening keeping your belongings safe and dry. There’s also a front zip pocket for quick-access to the bits you’ll need throughout the day. Coming in black with Farah’s signature ‘F’ embroidered on the front, it has adjustable padded shoulder straps and a carry handle on the top.
Its beauty is in its simplicity. This stainless steel Two Piece British Army Folding Pocket Knife carries only the essentials; a heavy-duty sheepsfoot blade, a tin-opener, and an integrated screwdriver. The Two Piece British Army Knife is made in Sheffield using traditional materials and techniques. Sheffield has been a world centre for fine-knife making since the 14th century giving this pocket knife not only everyday utility but also a strong British heritage.
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