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Emergency Thermal Blanket First Aid Survival Kit built off Amazon


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4 Responses to “Emergency Thermal Blanket First Aid Survival Kit built off Amazon”

  1. realworldgeek says:

    I have never thought of that. I normally just shove a space blanket into my bag and roll that way, but keeping it all inside that plastic bag sounds like a good idea. The only downside of a spaceblanket that I have ever found it getting them back into that little plastic bag once you have unrolled and used them. That requires a blackbelt in mapfolding.

  2. themalwarebyte says:

    I can see sliding one of these into a tackle box, or a coat for an outing. I like how compact it is, and am already thinking of things I could put in it. Thanks for the vid!

  3. favbookreview says:

    I am going to be putting one of these together on camera soon, so you can see just how small it is. The intention here is to add this to a bigger kit, showing that you can keep your gear dry, and take up very little space. Having carried a lot of gear before, toting a survival kit is only viable if you can almost forget it is there.

  4. favbookreview says:

    A thought I had after posting the video is that a button compass would likely fit in along side in the bag, as well as a firesteel should slide in beside the refolded space blanket. I always carry a lockback knife in the glovebox, a multitool in my pocket, and a sheath knife on my hip, depending on the situation, so the knife is no problem.
    The neat thing about a kit like this is that your imagination is the limit.

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