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Eachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field Camp


Eachway Professional ten in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outdoor Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen and so forth for Outdoor Travel Hike Field Camp
Eachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field Camp

Product Description
Features:
Multi-functional tools suitable for various requirements when you are in the wild
Waterproof and shockproof can hold the tools in a security circumstance tough and steady
Light weight will not add much heavy on ur journey
Can be a very best gift for adventure club members and adventurer

Package:
1 x Flintstone
1 x Multi-function scraper
1 x Tactical pen
1 x Transportable mini light
1 x Whistle
1 x Flashlight
1 x Multi-function Knife
1 x Saber Card
1 x Compass
1 x Waterproof and shockproof case
1 x Emergency Blanket

Value: $20.50

  • Must HAVE CAMPING GEAR FOR Each and every One:Consists of compass, further loud emergency whistle, fire starter fire scraper and knife flashlight tactical pen and so forth. Ideal for those who loves outdoors & activities such as hiking, trekking,hunting and more.
  • MULTI-FUNCTION TOOLS: Portable waterproof tool case, inside is everything you require to support you survive: fire starter, knife, compass, whistle, saw, multipurpose flash light pliers, tungsten steel pen, crucial-ring flashlight
  • Tiny SIZE & Easy TO CARRY:Dimensions is four.1 x 1.eight x 6.3 inches and Weight only .65 pounds.This really valuable kit can be placed in a backpack, car, drawers, and so forth. It really is needed when camping, hiking, adventures, survival and in emergency scenarios
  • LIGTHWEIGHT & Comfortable Style:The case fill with sponge, shock absorption and waterproof
  • Sensible:It’s needed when camping, hiking, adventures, survival and in emergency circumstances
Eachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field Camp
Eachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampEachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field Camp

33 Winter Preps and Survival Gear

Eachway Specialist 10 in 1 Emergency Survival Gear Kit Outside Survival Tool with Fire Starter Whistle Survival Knife Flashlight Tactical Pen etc for Outside Travel Hike Field CampGet prepped for the winter, the most hazardous season in the north!

Don’t study as well deep into the numerology, I am not that particular, but winter gear is!

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Обсуждение: 50 коммент.
  1. MichaelSmathers says:

    Yeah 🙂 …here is one you missed: https://youtu.be/omUSfYuVT1c BTW,.. I love your channel!

  2. The Survival Outpost says:

    Well done, you showed a ton of great options!

  3. tim fitzgerald says:

    DO NOT burn a charcoal barbecue in doors! biggest source of CO.

  4. Ibpn says:

    easy on/off ice creepers for your shoes. one pair in the car in case you have to walk, a pair at home every day use, and a pair in your BOB.

  5. Nick T says:

    winter is not 6 months of the year in canada… we have 4 seasons.. only far north is winter lasting longer.

  6. Matt says:

    Winter is the scariest of all seasons, unforgiving and merciless. Great video, lots of thought provoking ideas. I would add some type of insulation for your windows (huge heat loss area). I might be tarps that you could staple to the frames and stuff with extra clothes, or even pre-cut sheets of plywood that you could screw in place and insulate the area in between. Another tip would be to close off all the unused areas of the home and have everyone "squirrel" into a centralized area.

  7. Pertinent Paradigm says:

    hope you guys in Canada know about NOAA falsifying temperature data and the coming mini ice age. Check out adapt2030 channel on YouTube.

  8. Armed Rogue says:

    You need good ventilation for the propane heater, right?
    Great tips and great list of gear! We don’t get snow here so some of this stuff doesn’t apply to us personally, but I know it applies to MANY people! One thing to add to the cooler, would be dry ice, or maybe the blue ice packs.
    Do those reflective insoles work? Have you tried them out?
    Great vid!

  9. Derek Hellam says:

    Are you going to make updated list ? Looking for cold weather gear for long sits hunting. My fingers &a toes get cold. Was thinking on picking up Baffin titan boots & military arctic mitt

  10. Kristian Knape says:

    cross country skis! maybe theyre already on the list, dunno since i didnt read all the comments.. the kind that are around 3 inch wide, maybe a little less.
    best way of getting around when theres enough snow, atleast energy expenditurewise.
    atleast did the trick in winter war ( yep, this ones from finland too )
    happy skiing and xmas!!

  11. glen1arthur says:

    I was glad that you mention the CO2 detector how often do we hear about people dying trying to keep themselves warm. Truly it is a must have like a smoke detector. Regards & Respect g

  12. Green Hat says:

    Winter is coming! 😉

  13. funkyprepper says:

    Excellent video – always nice to see non run of the mill kit and ideas.

  14. Ben Poliquin says:

    Firewood. I am fine for 5 years. In that time I can cut 3 more with gas on hand with chainsaw and then go old school with axe and misery whip.

  15. Kristian Knape says:

    yep. guess its the type of snow, relative humidity etc that counts whether snowshoes or skis would be preferred.

  16. Richard Kolla says:

    I dunno about number 20. I’ve read that people have died from using a BBQ to heat their house. Have always wondered how you would keep the heat in while still allowing the gasses to vent out. http://toronto.ctvnews.ca/caution-urged-after-2-die-using-generator-to-heat-house-1.1606555

  17. SHTF way of life says:

    I also recommend buying a portable chemical toilet. One for each person in the house, or you may have a serious waste problem.

  18. Dutch Courage says:

    Two categories missing: …1. ‘Low Tech’ entertainment, meaning: playing cards, dice, board games, books (possibly including 101 card games for long winter nights, and 101 dice games for long winter nights; or something along those lines). Try and avoid anything to do with survival (like edible plants cards, ‘in winter?’) references, entertainment is to get your mind off of the current situation and try and keep a good morale, not to depress you even more… (sure, put one of those in a bug out bag, where it is both useful and possible entertainment, but for ‘house preps’ I would avoid those) … … … 2. Pregnancy Control (not really sure why it’s commonly referred to as birth control, because if it were to actually control that, it would be one step to late, or the measures rather drastic). Now yes, wintertime might be an excellent time to get pregnant in extreme winter prone areas (like Canada), with birth being in summer. But when you are in a grid down scenario you may want to postpone that notion until next winter, just making sure that ‘next summer’ is still a good time to put a child on the earth. So, pregnancy control measures would be good itemS (emphasis on the ‘S’ , 6months is a long time) to include.

  19. Charles Adamski_1 says:

    If you don’t have a latex allergy they’re very good at collecting water.
    In the hot summer I fill them with cold water and use them as a pillow.

  20. Fricken_Doug says:

    With propane heaters are you worried about carbon monoxide when using indoors?

  21. Jack Walsh says:

    C.P. A well thought and informative video. Cheers, Mate.

  22. G- Man says:

    Howdy from Texas. What’s all that white stuff. Lol Good information. Cold is cold snow or not. Even 32* down here in Texas yesterday. Will kill a man.
    Shared

  23. jmtnvalley says:

    Open taps can drain a community water supply very quickly.

  24. P Hab says:

    This is a kinda side thing but coco oil like the kind for stretch marks and the oils are better than the creams. My point being and idk if it was just me but I had put a layer on before going out in very cold conditions and I felt much wormer. I would at least keep it for my hands and face for high wind in the cold. Food for thought thanks for sharing.

  25. jamc666 says:

    # 34 : 200’000 CAD / USD to purchase the stuff above.

  26. Derpster says:

    "Moisture wicking polypropylene is the best base layer clothing." No it’s not if you’re just sitting down and doing nothing. It’s very cold compared to wool.

  27. R.I.P. Democrat Party says:

    34. .. means to cook, .. propane camping stove that could be used inside, Propane grill (outside), possibly a heavy supply of Match light charcoal, .. ect ….. (in case u don’t have a wood stove).

  28. Saskbushcrafter Leis says:

    Great list
    You have an awesome & informative channel +Canadianprepper

  29. infowolf1 says:

    Great stuff! some of it I could use if we get an awful winter which we need in California to replace the water. Also if we are heading into an ice age, then we don’t need SHTF to need this.

  30. Grace O'Malley says:

    I live in SoCal…….I find it hilarious when someone passes me riding a Fat Bike! They have NO CLUE what these bicycles are really made for!!! Here it’s merely a fad…….

  31. Kevin Huff says:

    I find that hot food really helps with morale during power outages. For a longer time, a pot of warm water for a sponge bath is also a morale booster. For those reasons, a simple camp stove is worthwhile for bug in situations.

  32. Charles Adamski_1 says:

    I live in your climate and my favourite option for being outside for periods up to an hour is a hot water bottle with a neck strap stuffed into my shirt.
    Easy and quick to reheat and keeps you quite cozy.
    I use them in bed also to keep the heating bills down.

  33. Twomidgetsonahorse says:

    #34 – Anyone who has spent any sort of time outside knows the importance of small tuck into your pocket tube of chapstick or vaseline. Cracked or damaged exposed skin is pretty painful, keeping your exposed skin covered is optimal but in lieu of that these products can be useful. they are good barter items as well.

  34. Big City Ready 2017 says:

    CP, Thought about the buddy heater for my bov,  which doubles as a simi bug out location because it is a fully self contained system for 3 weeks.    I found using tea light candles to heat my sleeping quarters in the bov is perfect  , due to the  small sleeping quarters of 70 cubic feet .  Research stated I needed 300btu’s to heat 70 cubic feet to a comfortable temp,  1tea light candle =50btu ,   needing 300btu or 6 candles  (at 4 cents each) to warm that space for 4 hours to 66 degrees , or 48 cents for the night  .  Honestly , never had to use this system in a shtf .  Howerver, did use it 2 nights when stealth camping in Boston and Rhode Island  where temps were 28.   FOr safty , the candles burned in a rocket stove which is vented to the roof .  Also, I  only burned non sented candles. I  still  vent the candles  to be safe , along with a co detector on, for back up.   Might sound silly . but saved $300 not having to rent a room in a hotel and got a chance to put my theory to the test .

  35. Randy Yeager says:

    Excellent video….I’ve got to up my game! liked and shared.

  36. Central Oregon Survival Network says:

    Yes, winter preps are very important!!! Great video and good selection..

  37. Greg Letter says:

    Also check out putting these things into your vehicle – refrigiwear coveralls – fortress clothing – and the land shark survival bag.

  38. Charles Adamski_1 says:

    I also carry an Aukey 20 watt solar panel.
    Works fine with any kind of daylight and puts out about as much as a plug-in phone charger.

  39. Andrew DeJoseph says:

    Great video.. I live near NYC. We just got slammed with almost 30" of snow. Fortunately we did not lose power.,I was interest in the propane heater. Is it odorless? Thanks for your videos. I just subscribed.

  40. Charles Adamski_1 says:

    Princess Auto carries a aa and aaa battery charger that runs on usb which the solar panel can charge batteries as well.

  41. S. Brock says:

    I think geothermal systems need electricity to run the pumps

  42. Self Reliance Central says:

    Great video! We shared it on selfreliancecentral.com

  43. Derpster says:

    If you look at winter rally cars they have very narrow tires with lots of studs. That’s what you should have in your bike too, not fat tires. Narrower the tire, the more surface pressure and more grip.

  44. ThePorritZ says:

    something i always… ALWAYS keep in my car is a good axe. a good all-purpose axe can save the day oh so much 🙂
    keeping a good axe at home is always good too, but it is, i believe, a necessity in your car… granted i live out in the country and just below the polar circle so out here, an axe really is the difference between life and death…

    on another note. I really like these videos of yours, keep it up!

    Cheers from Finland 😀

  45. Kamloops Fitness Coaching says:

    how much sunlight is needed for passive solar heating?   it seems canada doesn’t get enough

  46. TheUrbanPrepper says:

    Lots of goodies included in this video! My Amazon wish list just expanded. Perfect timing on this winter video!

  47. Kristian Knape says:

    spring greets from finland

    ever thought about the oxygen content in ones body when it comes to deriving energy from food?

    as a metafor let us think about a stove which has poor draft. even best quality wood will not give its full heating potential when oxygen present in the burning reaction is insufficient. not to mention the clogging of chimney pipes..

    so same can be applied to digestion and absorption in a human body.
    this point just crossed my mind when contemplating these food ration issues in any scenario. in short, im sure you get the point!

    keep up the high level education vids in this field!!

    thänks, chris

  48. S. Brock says:

    thank you!

  49. Teemu Kyllönen says:

    this is bullshit. here in finland, we need only knife and fire…

  50. Seth Sullivan says:

    Another excellent video you’re awesome

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