December 2016 – What's in your bag?

Discussion in 'Contests and Giveaways' started by Razer.WolfPack, Dec 13, 2016.

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  1. JamsoWamso

    JamsoWamso New Member

    upload_2016-12-28_17-25-6.png Surface Pro 3, Hammerhead, Arc Mouse, and a Mini DisplayPort to VGA adapter (never know when I might need one). Also use an iPhone 6.
     
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  2. rashame_no_id

    rashame_no_id New Member

     

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  3. You always support me start on the back and go to future....!!!
     

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  4. mintchipbikes

    mintchipbikes New Member

    I work in Real Estate and do a lot of Photography so I have to look professional while being able to churn out content wherever I go.

    My errday carry consists of:
    - Razer Blade 14 2016 + Razer Orochi + USB-C Hub with Ethernet, SD reader
    - Olympus OM-D E-M5 with accessories (Lenses, tripods, SD cards, batteries)
    - 2x WD drives to store work
    - Moment Lenses for iPhone
    - Anker 26800mAh portable charger + Native Union 800mAh Jump Cable
    - Pebble Time watch
    - Western Digital W10 earphones with wireless bluetooth MMCX cable
    - iPhones
    - Moleskin notebook
    - Pilot Pen
    - Kershaw pocket knife
    - Sunnies
    - Leather wallet, keys, car keys
    - Peak Design Field Pouch + Clip + Strap
    - Peak Design Everyday Backpack 20L

    Apple iOS all the way for me, does what it needs to do.

    I use a Peak Design Everyday Backpack daily and I have an Ortlieb backpack for wetter adventures.

    Paperbacks, though I occasionally read on my iPad, however much more phone reading nowadays. (they're getting so big!)

    Hope everybody is having a good festive season/holidays!
    Have a Happy New Year!

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  5. CptVice

    CptVice New Member

    This is my razer death-adder II mouse 421284_314817721897381_1883643650_n.jpg
     
  6. Benikhargosh

    Benikhargosh New Member

    Here :x
     
  7. martinzapanta

    martinzapanta New Member

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    Razer Blackwidow X TE Chroma
    Razer Mamba TE Chroma
    Razer Firefly Cloth Edition
     
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  8. LethalBoss

    LethalBoss New Member

    My Bag is just a cheapo one for my laptop, razer serval, Taipan, and forge. Gets the job done though :3
     

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  9. JunkGalaxy55

    JunkGalaxy55 New Member

    ^514EE3FB4C7BB0384E8F683318075702F57F52484BBC6A10D9^pimgpsh_thumbnail_win_distr.jpg Soo thats my everyday carry. My laptop ASUS G74Sx is a bit too big for my bagpack. I use Razer Orochi 2013 mice, DualShock4 controller, NITRO backpack and My very personal home made Razer Team mug. I prefer Apple. I have only 1 Razer product but I thinking about Razer headset, new mice with mouse mat. Sure a new bag would be cool for my new Razer gear that Im going to get soon. Wish me luck.
     
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  10. I have a Razer Blade Stealth that I carry around all the time and the Neoprene Sleeve for Razer Blade Stealth too. Also I have my OnePlus 3 with me.
    I would like to upload picture but I have to use my Phone to take it and I do not know how to upload it into the forum. If somebody could help me with that it would be really nice:smile_:
     
  11. Active13245

    Active13245 Active Member

    Take a picture and copy it to your computer via cable, Google Drive etc. And you have special button aside "Post Reply" named "Upload a File", select your photo and done ;)
    Also, you can edit your post. Just click "Edit" button and add a picture ;)
     
  12. Yall really want to see the crumbs and broken pieces of compact disc cases, what reside in my bag?
     
  13. pajpi62

    pajpi62 New Member

    My Wedding Bride - Razer Stargazer Camera.... WP_20161228_21_47_29_Pro.jpg WP_20161228_21_48_24_Pro.jpg
     

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  14. DeagonX

    DeagonX New Member

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    Got my Blackwidow and Kraken 7.1 to get me through the day, be with my laptop, or my desktop.
     
  15. Firewind_Project

    Firewind_Project New Member

    Here is my EDC! (Every Day Carry!)
    I always carry my Razer Blade Stealth no matter what. I never know when I will need to work! I also carry a Razer Deathadder as my mouse. I bring my camera, hard drive, wallet and earbuds everywhere. Last but not least I bring my Razer Krakens and a note book to write things down in!
    The only thing missing is a backpack to put it all in... :)
     

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  16. tmos540

    tmos540 New Member

    So I prefer Android, usually use my pockets, or this old Planet Eclipse messenger bag if I need to carry books or a laptop.
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    The trauma bag gets put in the front seat of the car, the trunk, or gets hung on a hook by my door. It's got everything from pressure dressings to airways to bandaids and even a couple condoms (they're better than plastic bags, you perv). It's a Maxpedition Lunada gearslinger. 3M steth, condor glove pouch, and a Sandvik Morakniv Companion on the side. Also has a couple of things like my epi-pen, emesis bags, a pair of trauma shears(just cheap throwaways, not bothering to autoclave anything) and a SOF T tourniquet in a VooDoo Tactical combo pouch. I can treat everything from bumps and scrapes all the way up to hemorrhage, sucking chest wounds, and obstructed air ways with this bag, and most of the stuff in the bag can do more than one thing. So don't get offended if I treat your sucking chest wound with an unused vomit bag. It makes a great occlusive dressing.
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    Flashlight is a Jetbeam Pro 2 Titanium, love it. Photos don't do it justice. Also comes in polished titanium, green and black anodizing. Usually pops up on Massdrop every now and then. Same with the knife and some other great EDC goodies. Use my referral link to sign up if you don't mind, and are interested in the stuff they have. Usually some pretty good discounts. Knife is a Spyderco Endura 4 Wave. Good knife, but the clip screws will strip the grip material pretty easily. Be careful or get a different grip. The rest of the time, it's either a Gerber utility knife holder that folds down to money clip or a black Kershaw Leek composite(my current fave, but also misplaced). Total Burt's bees whore, I keep the silver lid stuff with me everywhere. The wallet is an Allett super thin wallet, it's only the thickness of a credit card when empty. Highly recommend.
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    Watch is a Pebble Time Round. Tried the Nabu band, needed a little bit more. Definitely a fan. Wish there would be support for it in the future, but hopefully it will last until a worthy replacement is created. 8/10 would recommend. Would be 10/10 if Pebble wasn't going away.
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    Hat is just a freebie I picked up at FloydFest in 2012. Stuck with me, and the pins have come and gone. Back strap says "P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney". Couldn't resist. Shades are Rx Gunnar RPG's by Razer. Love those too. They stand out a little cuz I usually wear flannel/t-shirt and jeans, but they are stellar for driving, so they live in my car unless I'm spending a lot of time outdoors.
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    Keychain stuff is a SOG Micron Tanto. One of the most-used Christmas presents ever. Got it from my sister two years ago, love it. It's on a Freekey system, which is great for saving fingernails. It can be a little bulky, but it's great. My biggest worry was that I would lose pieces, never had that problem, or any worry about it. The little silver cylinder is something called a nipple cover. It's half ornamental (I paintball, it's a part that I have rolling around my toolbox like crazy.) and half functional. I basically screwed a nipple into my light switch plate(I'll take "Didn't think I'd be saying THOSE words today for 500), and hang my keys with it, because it is basically a quick disconnect system that I already have from working on air tanks, so it's recycling. Plus, it's fun when someone is messing with your keys, and asks what it is. "It's a nipple cover, I use it to hang my keys up when I get home." usually messes with their head enough.
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    Thanks for your time, let me know if you wanna know about anything else. Highly reccomend Massdrop for your EDC needs, plus cool mechanical keyboard stuff, and other desk/workstation goodies. Here's that link again, definitely check it out.
     
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  17. 696669

    696669 New Member

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    Not much I'm a student with a bad pc,going to get razor soon
     
  18. RedMedicineETC

    RedMedicineETC New Member

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    For my job, I need a variety of things.
    My essential everyday carry items from left to right:
    Razer Blade Stealth Notebook: To record measurements, log times for work, brainstorm ideas for a computer gaming website I write for(GPUabuse.com), and sketch out ideas for guitars, as well as circuitry.
    Razer Deathadder: My old one, to play games on my Macbook Pro.
    Razer Hammerhead Pro V2: Listen to music on my phone while working on guitars or from my Macbook while Photoshopping.
    Macbook Pro: I do photography for the guitar store I work for, and need a Mac to tether to my camera properly. So for Photoshop and gaming.
    Razer 17" NEOPRENE SLEEVE: Protects my Macbook and Wacom Tablet.
    Small Intous Wacom Tablet - Inside the Sleeve: For Photoshop retouching.
    Guitar repair tool kit including soldering iron: I take my main gear home with me.
    Leatherman Multi Tool
    Flashlight: To peep into guitar bodies or to annoy my co-workers.
    A trustworthy pocket knife: ALWAYS.
    Guitar Repair Multi Tool
    Razer Windrunner Winter Jacket: Not pictured other Razer hoodies for different weather.
    Military Grade Black Backpack: Has room and places for everything listed, plus more. Is water proof and keeps everything dry. Inside currently has a Nalgene water bottle, hat, gloves, and a few cliff bars.
    Chuck Taylor's, black laces with reflective inlay: When wearing all black, it is a good idea to have something shiny while bolting for a cab, train, or just simply through traffic to grab lunch.
    Other things may be added, others taken out, but this was today's carry.
     
  19. define.me

    define.me New Member

    here's my stack of everyday carry:
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    ASUS K56CB,
    HITACHI & SEAGATE HDD,
    XIAOMI MI Powerbanks,
    Mice and Mat,
    newly `crimped` LAN cable,
    3G/4G/LTE Pocket WiFi Device (which is not here as of now as it is under repair in a service center),
    HUAWEI MediaPad M2 (the one that I used to take pictures of my stack),
    papers.. papers.. papers..

    and...
    Case Logic backpack which it is now in a `Replaceable` state XD
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  20. RedMedicineETC

    RedMedicineETC New Member

    For my job, I need a variety of things.
    My essential everyday carry items from left to right:
    Razer Blade Stealth Notebook: To record measurements, log times for work, brainstorm ideas for a computer gaming website I write for(GPUabuse.com), and sketch out ideas for guitars, as well as circuitry.
    Razer Deathadder: My old one, to play games on my Macbook Pro.
    Razer Hammerhead Pro V2: Listen to music on my phone while working on guitars or from my Macbook while Photoshopping.
    Macbook Pro: I do photography for the guitar store I work for, and need a Mac to tether to my camera properly. So for Photoshop and gaming.
    Razer 17" NEOPRENE SLEEVE: Protects my Macbook and Wacom Tablet.
    Small Intous Wacom Tablet - Inside the Sleeve: For Photoshop retouching.
    Guitar repair tool kit including soldering iron: I take my main gear home with me.
    Leatherman Multi Tool
    Flashlight: To peep into guitar bodies or to annoy my co-workers.
    A trustworthy pocket knife: ALWAYS.
    Guitar Repair Multi Tool
    Razer Windrunner Winter Jacket: Not pictured other Razer hoodies for different weather.
    Military Grade Black Backpack: Has room and places for everything listed, plus more. Is water proof and keeps everything dry. Inside currently has a Nalgene water bottle, hat, gloves, and a few cliff bars.
    Chuck Taylor's, black laces with reflective inlay: When wearing all black, it is a good idea to have something shiny while bolting for a cab, train, or just simply through traffic to grab lunch.
    Other things may be added, others taken out, but this was today's carry.
     

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