Having tools with you provides a sense of security, but when security—specifically the TSA—gets involved, those tools can be easily confiscated. The James Brand and Carryology have teamed up to create the Rover Capsule, a collection of every day carry items that are TSA-friendly.
The idea for the capsule came from polling the readership of Carryology to find out what every day carry items they most wanted when travelling. When the items were identified, The James Brand stepped in to make versions of those tools that could pass the scrutiny of the TSA. The capsule includes a knife-less pocket tool, a compact pen, and a bit driver with hidden cash storage. All three of the items are stored in a Cordura sheath that can easily slip into your pack whenever you are travelling.
The knife-less pocket tool is The James Brand’s Ellis pocket tool. Made of stainless steel, the tool includes a pair of scissors, a screwdriver, a bottle opener, a scraper, and a pry. As it has no knife, the Ellis makes it through airport security without a problem. For the pen, The James Brand turned to the Stilwell pen, which features a titanium barrel and comes with a lanyard and D1-style ink cartridges. The final tool in the ensemble is the Cache River bit driver. The driver comes with three bits from Wiha and also features a stash for cash or other valuables. The tools are done in silver and orange and match nicely with the black carrying case. Each item, the case included, lives up to The James Brand’s demands for high quality. Huckberry is offering the James X Carryology—The Rover Capsule for $275. There’s no need to travel without your tools, and with the Rover Capsule, security won’t have an issue with you feeling secure.