Both the James Brand and Carryology find solace in versatile tools that you can consistently carry on your person. As two of the most recognizable juggernauts in the EDC industry, the companies have made their presence known through the design, implementation, and review of the genre’s favorite hard-wearing accessories — and now, the pair have joined forces to introduce the “Rover Capsule.”
In 2019, the Carryology’s readers were polled on the traits and characteristics that they looked for most while packing their bags for international and regional travel. As it turns out, the vast majority of the brand’s readers replied with three distinct features: high versatility, compactness, and the ability to traverse airport security without issue. As a result, the Rover Capsule was born, introducing a bespoke selection of tools like the knifeless, 2.8-ounce Ellis pocket tool, an Annealed Titanium Cache River bit driver, and a similarly-built Stilwell compact pen — all housed within a durable 1000D Cordura sheath. The well-rounded capsule weights in at only nine ounces, making it the perfect choice for TSA-compliant travel. But remember, if, and when your Rover Capsule is confiscated, it’s at the sole discretion of the TSA agent, as well as your area’s rules and regulations. The pack is available now for $275.
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