Dango’s EDC Capsules Are The Perfect Quick & Secure On-The-Go Stash

Feb 21, 2020

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While remarkably useful, everyday carry gear doesn’t always offer up everything we need in the day-to-day. That’s especially true when it comes to smaller pocketable items, like medication, matches, coins, etc. Thankfully, the folks at Dango have the perfect solution to that with their expansive collection of handy and durable Capsules.

All made in the USA from high-end materials, the collection starts with the standard Dango Capsule and the Capsule XL — keychain-sized storage containers crafted from aerospace-grade aluminum and boasting waterproofing to a depth of 1,000 feet. There’s also a titanium option for the standard Capsule and a Capsule XL that includes a paracord tether with a rifle clip (similar to a carabiner). The brand has also created an EDC coin carrier, also crafted from aerospace-grade aluminum and available with or without a paracord tether, that can hold up to 42 coins of varying denominations. And the whole collection is rounded out by an ultra-rugged aluminum belt buckle with its own integrated hideaway stash. Pricing for these exceptional EDC small storage solutions starts at $20.

Purchase: $20+

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