Compact EDC gadgets that easily fit in your pocket » Gadget Flow

Problems such as mobile phone failure and keys misplaced occur while you are out. These compact EDC gadgets will keep you prepped without overloading your pocket.

I want to be prepared for collisions on the go. But no matter how convenient the device is, you don’t want to carry around a heavy device. So that’s why I’m highlighting his EDC gadget, which is compact enough to fit easily in your back pocket. From palm-sized smartphone chargers to mini speakers, these gadgets are pretty useful.

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I love the Urbanista Phoenix because I love lightweight earbuds when I’m on the move. It charges in the sun, so you don’t need to bring wires or chargers.

Next, the RHINOKEY is a great all-around compact EDC gadget with a wrench, LED flashlight, ruler and bottle opener. It fits securely in your pocket and won’t damage it.

Carry all the items you need with these portable gadgets.

1. Urbanista Phoenix Solar Rechargeable True Wireless Earbuds are almost weightless. Even better, it charges with a UV light for endless playtime.

Using Urbanista Phoenix

of Urbanista Phoenix Solar Rechargeable True Wireless Earbuds Fits easily in your pocket or bag. But what really makes it unique is the solar charging case. Always charged thanks to Powerfoyle solar cell material.

This gadget will set you back $149. For more information, please visit the official website.

2. The SEPTEM HUNT MINI Rechargeable EDC Flashlight fits in the palm of your hand, acts as a pry bar and flathead screwdriver, and is ready for anything.

A compact EDC gadget that fits easily in your pocket

You never know when the power will go out or when your glasses will need repair. That’s why it’s helpful to always have something like the SEPTEM HUNT MINI Rechargeable EDC Flashlight with you. This little gadget includes a screwdriver, flashlight, box opener and more.

You can pre-order it on Kickstarter for about $45.

3. With anti-RFID technology, TITAN X Pro Edition is wallet-sized and protects your personal data from onlookers.

TITAN X Pro Edition review video

Protect your cards and cash. TITAN X Pro Edition Minimalist Metal WalletIts RFID blocking technology prevents wireless theft of card information. Light and elegant, it goes well with professional attire. That’s why he’s one of our favorite compact EDC gadgets.

Available on the official website for $48.

Four. Ocoopa rechargeable hand warmer series Keep your hands warm in your pocket during the icy winter months.

Ocoopa Rechargeable Hand Warmer Usage Video

Do your hands freeze in winter temperatures? Then consider keeping the Ocoopa Rechargeable Hand Warmer Series in your pocket. It can heat from 95°F to 131°F and has a curved ergonomic shape that is gentle on the skin.

You can get it for $27.99 on the official website.

Five. RHINOKEY Multipurpose EDC Key Organizer Not only does it keep your keys organized, it also comes with an LED flashlight, wrench, ruler and more.

A compact EDC gadget that fits easily in your pocket
RINOKEY in human hands

Keep a mini toolkit in your pocket with the RHINOKEY Multipurpose EDC Key Organizer. Of course it keeps your keys organized, but it also comes with an LED flashlight, allen wrench, file, ruler and bit holder. Plus, it won’t break your pocket.

Available on the official website for around $39.

6. Tile Pro Smart Bluetooth Tracker It’s the size of a luggage tag and can help you find items like backpacks, wallets, keys, and suitcases.

A compact EDC gadget that fits easily in your pocket
with Tile Pro Key

Leave the house faster with the Tile Pro Smart Bluetooth Tracker in your pocket. It’s one of those compact EDC gadgets thanks to its Bluetooth range and loud alarm. It also works with Google, Alexa, and Siri.

Available on Amazon for $29.99.

7. PopSockets PopGrip JumpStart Lightning is highly portable, offering a 2,200 mAh battery and a convenient one-handed grip.

popsockets pop grip
PopSockets PopGrip JumpStart Lightning and Phone

Boost your smartphone on the go popsockets popgrip jumpstart lightning50% more battery capacity makes it perfect for on-the-go. Also works as a stand.

Available on the official website for $35.

8. Novipen Deformable Dual Mini EDC Pen and Stylus Avoid joint pens and touch screens. It even self-cleans.

cool human nobi pen
backpack nobi pen

Keep germs away while you’re on the go with Novipen’s Transformable Dual Mini EDC Pen and Stylus. You can sign and tap on the communal touchscreen, and it features a layer of titanium dioxide so it’s always bacteria-free.

You can pre-order it on Kickstarter for about $29.

9. Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker Brings impressive audio. Put it in your jacket pocket or clip it to your bike.

Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth Speaker
Bose SoundLink Micro Orange

Move to the beat wherever you are with the Bose SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker. It brings big sound from a small design. Plus, the IPX7 waterproof rating means it can withstand water and drops to the ground. That’s why it’s his one of a kind compact EDC gadget.

Available on Amazon for $99.

10. Moshi IonBank 10K Portable Battery packs a 10,300 mAh battery in your pocket and comes with retractable USB-A and Lightning cables.

Moshi Ion Bank
Moshi IonBank 10K Portable Battery and Device

The ideal gadget to power your iPhone is the Moshi IonBank 10K Portable Battery. You can charge your iPhone up to 3 times. Love the hidden cable, perfect for carrying this battery every day.

It is available on the official website for $99.95.

Your phone runs out of battery while you’re out, or your keys fall under your car seat. Be ready for anything with these compact EDC gadgets. What pocket-sized gadgets and accessories do you carry with you every day? Tell us about them!

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Lauren has been writing and editing since 2008. She loves working with text and helping writers find their voice. When she’s not typing at her computer, she’s cooking and traveling with her husband and her two daughters.

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