Minimalist Winter EDC
– Sony natelligent/smartphone
– Fenix E01
– Victorinox Ambassador
– SOG Pocket Power Plier
– Caran d’Ache 849 ballpoint
– Bic lighter
– ASP Street Defender OC
– Clairefontaine 9×14 cm/96 pages notepad
Si on se cultive à l’aide de son smartphone, peut on alors parler de téléphone arable ?
2015-06-26, 15 km in 2:20, hills, very sunny.
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It was a reliability issue, this thing unfortunately almost never worked properly. I think it was a HD deficiency. Even rooting it didn’t fixed it. Too bad because it was expensive and I had lots of hopes in it at the time. Ergonomically it was ok.
That’s a shame. This year I almost bought a Cowon (which is the modern iRIver) both for its capacity and battery life but I chose a new smartphone for its flexibility. Even with Motorola’s shortcomings, I think I’ve made the good choice. But I will eventually buy another mp3 player before they exit the market, because I really like the idea of having a kit made of object with very limited functions but very very good at it.
So, after a surprise reboot that almost bricked my smartphone, and two hours spent to rebuild everything, I’m glad to be back in the 21st century.
I just realized where Sal Glesser found his inspiration for the Pacific Salt.
Spyderco Pacific Salt (H1 blade) and Spyderco Tri-Angle Sharpmaker.