Emergency 2 Person Outdoor Survival KitFood bar and water pouches//Light sticks//5 In 1 survival whistle//First aid kit 33 piece//Poncho//Survival blanket//Pocket tissues//LED crank headlamp//Duct tape//Pocket knife multi function//Bio hazard bags//Pre moistened towelettes//Carabineer clip/...
Each 72 Hour Emergency Survival Kit includes: 72 Hour Emergency Survival Kit backpack Light Stick, 12 Hour (Green) Plastic whistle with Lanyard 33 Piece First Aid Kit Duct Tape, 50 yards 14 in 1 pocket tool 3 way Can Opener AM/FM Radio with Battery and Light D Batteries Flashlight, Uses D Batteries Solar Blanket 2400 Calorie Food Ration (5 year shelf life) Water Pouch x 10 (5 year shelf life) Emergency Poncho N95 Respirator mask Bio Hazard Bag x2 Work Gloves, Leather Palm Waterproof Matches, Box of 50
A2S Paracord Bracelet K2-Peak Series – Survival Gear Kit with Embedded Compass, Fire Starter, Emergency Knife & Whistle – Pack of 2 - Quick Release Hiking Gear (Black / Orange 8.5")
THE ULTIMATE SURVIVAL TOOL Imagine the following scenario: You and your friends are on a camping trip and you decide to take your kayak out for a quick solo spin on the river before it gets dark. Dressed up in just shorts and with your backpack, at the campsite, you start your trip. A few miles down the river an unexpected current suddenly throws you out of your kayak and you smash your leg against a rock. Wet, hurt and left alone you realize that you are in trouble and the only thing that you have with you is what you have on you - your A2S Paracord bracelet. Night is approaching fast. You start feeling cold and notice you have problems with your hand coordination. You have to do something fast to get your body temperature up. You manage to gather some kindling and wood. With a sigh of relief, you unravel your A2S paracord and use some of its fine inner strands as tinder. By scraping the striker in your bracelet against the rod you manage to generate sparks and ignite the tinder. Minutes later you are sitting in front of a comfortable fire. Things are looking up! Now feeling warmer you decide to use the scraper as an Emergency Knife and cut off a piece of your paracord to string up a clothes line and dry your wet garments. Back in dry clothing again you know you have to do something about that injured leg. You find a suitable branch, splint your leg against it and secure it with your paracord. You realize that your friends at the campsite are probably looking for you and blow your EMERGENCY WHISTLE to reveal your exact location. Should they not find you, you decide to navigate your way back to the campsite in the morning using the built-in COMPASS. Luckily you gave your friend the other A2S Survival bracelet in the 2-pack set and within a few short hours, you hear the reassuring sound of your friend's whistle.