Here's a little shot of some things that I tend carry around.
Firstly, starting with the Zebra F701 Ballpoint pen, this pen is one of the main products that has influenced the design of most of our products. I have been using the same Zebra F701 Ballpoint pen for years. I love how it is smooth to click, has a small (fine) point and how its not super heavy for a solid metal pen. One thing that I am not a huge fan of is the wear on the click mechanisim. Over time, the click seems to stick somewhat. Overall still a solid pen at the price point and definitely a great pen for all my EDC needs.
Next to that is my FiiO X3 media player. This was bought several years ago as well. It is designed to be a HiFi media player, which means that it is supposed to play music files at high resolution. It has a full analog output which makes some songs really come to life. I purchased the MP3 player mostly because of its build quality, but it has definitely stood the test of time.
Above are my Sennheiser headphones. I have several pairs of Sennheiser headphones, but these guys are my go to pair. Mostly because they are very inexpensive, I tend to not really care super much if they get beat up. Of course the Apple Dongle in case I want to listen to music on my iPhone (such a hassle @apple).
Next is the Robrasim Bifold Leather wallet. This guy has also held up pretty well. I've used it every day for the past year or so with no complaints. It does a great job with all my credit cards and other miscellaneous stuff. It could be a little better with holding cash, but that's expected with a slim bifold wallet of this style. Also, another slight downfall of this wallet is the genuine leather finish does seem to rub off on some of my cards. I have several white cards that are tinted brown in areas because of the leather contact.
My Seiko SKX is my daily driver in terms of watches. I have a full review of the Seiko SKX series, so I shouldn't need to go into great detail here. This watch is an all time favorite.
Lastly, I carry the Fender guitar pick around for, well... you guessed it.