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My EDC Sharing

Recently, I noticed while browsing Taobao that many merchants have started preparing for the 618 promotion. Taking this opportunity, I also organized my everyday carry (EDC) items and would like to share them with everyone here.

Item Showcase#



  • Tomtoc Backpack: Purchased during last year's Double Eleven, I use it as my daily commuting bag. Since I am petite, I don't need a particularly large backpack. Although the Tomtoc backpack has a compact appearance, the internal space is larger than I expected. It also has divided compartments, which are sufficient for daily use and can easily accommodate the items shown in the picture. The only thing I'm not very satisfied with is the plastic buckle, which is not very convenient to use. However, considering the price, this drawback can be overlooked.

  • Digital Storage Bag: Bought on Taobao, I'm not sure about the brand. It cost less than 30 yuan. It has two layers and can hold two hard drives, converters, data cables, SD cards, and other small items. I feel that there is no need to buy an expensive storage bag as long as it serves its purpose.

  • Wallet: Purchased many years ago during a trip to Hong Kong, I don't know the brand either. I really like the map pattern and the texture is also good. I use it to store cash, credit cards, and ID cards.

Digital 3C#

  • MacBook Air (M1): 16GB RAM + 256GB storage. Although it has been a few years, it is still sufficient for daily use and runs smoothly. This is probably the benefit of not listening to the nonsense about "digital babies" and choosing to spend extra money on 16GB of RAM.

  • Fujifilm X-E3 (not shown in the picture): Purchased in 2019, it has been with me ever since and is still my main camera. With its rangefinder design, it is more compact compared to DSLRs. For an amateur enthusiast like me who doesn't pursue extreme image quality, its performance is already sufficient. However, the video recording without a stabilizer can be shaky.

  • Meike 27mm F2.8 (not shown in the picture): A lightweight and compact autofocus lens for Fujifilm. It is convenient as a daily walk-around lens. The lens performance can be referred to in this article. If I have a specific shooting need when going out, I will choose the Weizhuoshi 23mm F1.4 or the Fujifilm 35mm F2.0 depending on the situation.

  • iPhone 12 mini: I previously used the iPhone 12. Earlier this year, I exchanged it for an iPhone 15 for my wife through the official trade-in program, and I started using her iPhone 12 mini. I like the compact feel of the 12 mini, and typing with one hand is effortless. This is the "hand"phone in my mind. Since the battery life was deteriorating, I bought a new battery from Taobao and replaced it myself. It should have no problem lasting another year or two. After the iPhone 13 mini, there won't be any more minis. Unless there are unexpected circumstances, I will use it until it stops receiving firmware updates.

  • Redmi K40: Bought as a second-hand phone on Xianyu, it serves as a backup device. With its 6.67-inch high refresh rate screen, it feels like a tablet compared to the iPhone 12 mini. I use Chinese apps on Android phones, such as Xiaohongshu, Bilibili, and Taobao. I only keep WeChat, Alipay, and banking apps on my iPhone. After suppressing Chinese apps on my iPhone, it has become much faster.

  • AirPods Pro: Noise-canceling earphones are essential for me. However, after using them for a few years, both earphones started experiencing audio distortion, and I still don't know the reason. Considering the price and the fact that I'm not sensitive to sound quality, I continue to use them.

  • Samsung T7 SSD: Compact, lightweight, and with a good texture. Unlike mechanical hard drives that can easily get damaged from a slight impact, carrying a solid-state drive feels safer. I mainly use it in conjunction with my MacBook Air as additional storage space.

  • SanDisk Extreme PRO SD Card: 64GB, used as a backup storage card for my camera.

  • MagSafe External Battery: Purchased at a discounted price on Pinduoduo in 2022. Although the charging efficiency is low, it is indeed convenient for emergency use with the iPhone. At that time, I hadn't experienced a particularly good MagSafe external battery, but now there are many similar products available. If I switch to a type C iPhone in the future, it will be phased out as well.

  • Type C to Type C Data Cable: Used to connect the hard drive to the computer.

  • Hai Beisi Type C Docking Station: It has an HDMI port, an SD port, a TF port, 3 USB 3.0 ports, and a Type C power port.

  • Lightning to SD Card Reader: A third-party card reader purchased on Taobao. Since wireless transfer of photos from the Fujifilm X-E3 is very unstable and slow, I prefer to use a card reader to quickly import photos into my iPhone for post-processing.

  • Apple Watch Series 6 (not shown in the picture): Purchased second-hand on Xianyu. Considering that a watch is prone to scratches when worn outside, I didn't mind buying a used one. Due to previous symptoms of palpitations, I wanted to better understand my health status, so I bought an Apple Watch to monitor my health and remind myself to live a healthy lifestyle.

Daily Essentials#

  • AG Nasal Spray: As a sufferer of allergic rhinitis, nasal spray is my essential medication. When allergic rhinitis flares up, a spray usually provides immediate relief.

  • Lipanthyl Lip Balm: My lips often get dry and chapped, possibly due to cheilitis. Using this lip balm from time to time works quite well, better than regular lip balms.

  • Tissues: Essential for someone with allergic rhinitis.

  • Wet Wipes: I always carry a few individually packaged wet wipes, lightweight and hassle-free.

  • Stain-Removing Wet Wipes: Individually packaged, they come in handy when clothes get stained with oil. The effect is sometimes decent, better than nothing.


The above items are my EDC. Although these products have been with me for a while, they still perfectly meet my daily needs. In recent years, whether it's new phones or computers, there are few products that impress me. This has led to a lack of motivation to upgrade my devices. In this era of consumer downgrading, we should focus on our true needs instead of blindly pursuing so-called "new" products. Rather than following the wave of consumerism, it's better to choose "good products" that truly suit us and can be used in the long run.

My EDC Sharing was originally published on Jack's Space.

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