Archive for the ‘Survival Kits’ Category

Blastmatch Fire Starter Demo

March 25, 2009

Blastmatch Demo from SHOT Show 2009
This is one of our favorite fire starting tools.
Well made, quality materials, easy to use

Ultimate Survival Technologies
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Sparkie Fire Starter Demo

March 25, 2009

Sparkie Fire Starter Demo from SHOT Show 2009
This is a new fire starting tool from Ultimate Survival Technologies.
Well made, quality materials, easy to use (even one handed)
A redesigned smaller version of the Blastmatch

Ultimate Survival Technologies
http://www.ultimatesurvival.com

Check out our Survival Gear Buyers Guide
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A video gear review from Gear-Reviews.net
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S.O.L. Survival Kit from Adventure Medical Kits

February 17, 2009

Adventure Medical Kits S.O.L. (Survive Outdoors Longer) survival kit. We have had this handy survival kit in our 3 day pack for a little over a year now. It looks about like it did when it was new. We have taken the items in and out of the kit many times. The S.O.L. Survival Kit includes: a small water filled button Compass, a small floating Mini Rescue Flash Signal Mirror, a yellow Slim Rescue Howler Whistle, eight Waterproof and Windproof Survival Matches in a plastic tube, three Waterproof Tinder Quik in a ziplock bag, a Heatsheets Survival Blanket, a Survival Fishing Kit in another plastic tube and 100 feet of re-rolled Duct Tape. The whole S.O.L. kit can fit into a water bottle or just about any pocket on a backpack or bag

a small water filled button Compass, a small floating Mini Rescue Flash Signal Mirror, a yellow Slim Rescue Howler Whistle, eight Waterproof and Windproof Survival Matches in a plastic tube, three Waterproof Tinder Quik in a ziplock bag, a Heatsheets Survival Blanket, a Survival Fishing Kit in another plastic tube and 100 feet of re-rolled Duct Tape. The whole S.O.L. kit can fit into a water bottle or just about any pocket on a backpack or bag

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a small water filled button Compass, a small floating Mini Rescue Flash Signal Mirror, a yellow Slim Rescue Howler Whistle, eight Waterproof and Windproof Survival Matches in a plastic tube, three Waterproof Tinder Quik in a ziplock bag, a Heatsheets Survival Blanket, a Survival Fishing Kit in another plastic tube and 100 feet of re-rolled Duct Tape. The whole S.O.L. kit can fit into a water bottle or just about any pocket on a backpack or bag

Ultimate Survival Technologies Deluxe Survival Kit

February 17, 2009

The Ultimate Survival Technologies Deluxe Survival Kit has really good gear in a well made case. SImply one of the best survival kits available for well under $100. There is some room left for more gear in the water tight hard case. The UST case floats and securely locks shut.

The Ultimate Survival Technologies Deluxe Survival Kit has really good gear in a well made case. SImply one of the best survival kits available for well under $100. There is some room left for more gear in the water tight hard case. The UST case floats and securely locks shut.

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Tool Logic Survival II pocket tool

February 17, 2009

We were asked to review this Survival II Card pocket tool from Tool Logic. This version is in blue with a red LED light. Other models have a Compass / Magnifying Lens instead of the light, or a gray smoke color card. This handy little tool has enough useful features that it would be an excellent addition to any first aid or survival kit. We took these initial photos of the Tool Logic Survival II Card before we started testing it.

We were asked to review this Survival II Card pocket tool from Tool Logic. This version is in blue with a red LED light. Other models have a Compass / Magnifying Lens instead of the light, or a gray smoke color card. This handy little tool has enough useful features that it would be an excellent addition to any first aid or survival kit. We took these initial photos of the Tool Logic Survival II Card before we started testing it.

The Tool Logic Survival II Card with blade, toothpick and tweezers out and LED light on

http://www.knifebuyersguide.com/Articles.php?action=detail&g=content1234856628

Tool Logic Survival II Card pocket tool

Watch our Fire Starting Tools video to see the Tool Logic Survival II card tool in action

Custom Survival Kit Review

February 14, 2009

Our quick review of a custom Survival Kit in a pouch from Outdoor Research

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Tool Logic Survival II Card

February 14, 2009

Our quick review of the Survival II card from Tool Logic

Tool Logic
http://www.toollogic.com

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UST Deluxe Survival Kit

February 14, 2009

Our quick review of the Deluxe Survival Kit from Ultimate Survival Technologies

Ultimate Survival Technologies
http://www.ultimatesurvival.com

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Adventure Medical Kits – S.O.L.

February 14, 2009

Our quick review of the S.O.L. (Survive Outdoors Longer) Survival Pak from Adventure Medical Kits

Adventure Medical Kits
http://www.adventuremedicalkits.com

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Fire Making Tools – Tinder

February 14, 2009

We review some fire starter tinder from our survival kits
Fiber tinder and chemical tinder

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A video gear review from Gear-Reviews.net
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