Cool survival tools like this SOL Origin fit in the palm of your hand and feauture the right combination of tools you need to survive the unexpected and make it back to kiss the girl. It's basically the "ultimate cross breed of the traditional ten essentials and a survival kit, all wrapped up in one lightweight, easy to carry, indestructible package". This one is great for Adventure Racing, Avid Hunters and Fishermen, Backcountry Guide, Backcountry Hiking & Skiing, Canyoneering, Day Hiking, Hiking and Backpacking, Hunting & Fishing, Mountaineering, Outdoor/Adventure Program Leaders, Paddling, Rafting and Kayaking Day Trips, and Scouting Trips.
TheSol Origin comes in an ABS-plastic waterproof case, which contains an array of key survival tools, including TinderQuik fiestarting tinder, 150lb-test braided nylon cord, mil-spec stainless steel wire, and an emergency sewing and fishing kit. And, for those unfamiliar with wilderness survival, backcountry expert Buck Tilton's survival instructions contain over 60 survival techniques and strategies.
The body of the case also features an integrated flip-up Rescue Flash signal mirror with retroreflective aiming aid in the lid. Other cool features include a one-hand-operable Fire Lite firestarter, removable liquid-damped compass, fully-functional folding blade knif, with a 100db rescue whistle and ultra-bright LED light integrated into the knife handle. You can buy this SOL Origin Survival Tool for a price of $50.
- AUS 8 steel blade with lockable liner is harder, holds an edge longer and sharpens easier than common steel.
- Rescue Flash Signal Mirror flips open from top lid and features 20 mile signal power.
- Fire Lite striker emits a powerful shower of sparks.
- Whistle - pealess and fail-safe up to 100db.
- 10 lumen LED light provides powerful task lighting.
- Removable directional compass.
- Waterproof compartment protects your valuables.
- Additional 10' stainless steel wire, 10' nylon cord, foil, tinder and survival instructions help you get back alive.
Via The Awesomer
December 24, 2010 5:14 PM | Survival Gear