Left to Right:
Cutco folding lockback knife used as money clip (plus cash) Made in USA
Neodymium magnet, attached to the hinge pin of the pocket knife.
Watch du jour. Seiko 5 Field Watch Automatic with titanium case (discontinued?)
Ulefone Armor 11 phone. IR emitter LEDs blocked with tape for passive use.
Pocket change represented with a silver Dogecoin
Blank 3×5 index cards for note taking
(not shown: 128G dual USB/USB-C stick, 50GB encrypted Linux boot partition, ~70G FAT32)
This is really what I carry every day. I have a half dozen wrist watches I choose from each day about half quartz and half automatic. The flipper is usually with me in some capacity, often clipped to a belt loop as I use it as my RFID key at MakeIt Labs. You may notice there are no car keys or wallet. In the winter I usually keep those in my jacket (Belstaff Trialmaster most days) for driving and when the weather is good I mostly bicycle and don’t take a wallet or need keys. I mostly use cash or in a pinch I can use Google Pay. My house lock is Z-wave pushbutton Schlage lock so I don’t need a house key and the Volt is keyless so I just have the fob to carry on a split ring with a Tile, tritium tube, and SIM tool.
The magnet is a bit unusual but I have found it to be super handy for many tasks including holding small screws and reaching hard to get things (either tape to a stick or magnet to the tip of the pocket knife.