Original government use unknown. A/B Cache is a dual compartment capsule offering extremely compact storage for your EDC needs. The A/B Cache is water tight on both ends and offers 2 different size containers from each end. Keep one in your car, home and work. Always be ready and keep one on your key chain. Brand new, never used overrun from government contract.
What will you use your A/B Cache for?
Possible uses include:
Use responsibly and due to the nature of this item, it is not returnable for obvious sanitation reasons.
Always wash your container with hot water and mild soap for ensured sanitation.
I picked up 3 titanium versions so far. I love them, and I need to get at least another one in titanium. Waiting on another run in titanium.
I always forget to take my allergy medicine. This is a great way to carry around a few extra allergy pills, so I never have to be without them. The capsule is extremely high quality and does a perfect job at keep the contents dry and sealed, a must for pills.
Love these things but I want another titanium one. Are you all planning on releasing some more of the titanium versions?
It is quite a bit smaller then I expected.
Well crafted by tool and die artisans and captivating in appearance. A small storage unit is made from three machined pieces with two open compartments in the centerpiece—an excellent weight. I purchased brass, then a second bass model after receiving the first as the weight to size ratio is so considerable. Anything small, lightweight is easy to lose, but maybe I want to transport something very light, little, easy to loose-but not lose it. When not in the container, I may need it to be lightweight; when I carry it, I want to know it is there; adding extra weight helps. I know I have this capsule with me because it is heavy. Not very big, it will fit into the Levi’s key pocket (but personally wouldn’t keep it there). One cap has a sturdy well-sized keyhole for carrying. The two small containment spaces within the centerpiece are very neatly sealed by nicely threaded heavy caps that close on small gaskets within the middle-piece. When you carry this, you are aware you have something unusual in your pocket. Why was this ever made? Don’t know. It’s a beauty.