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Kathmandu Survival Kit Review

Hey guys, Sorry for the lack of uploads during December but we were on holidays and we couldn’t make anything. This Survival Pack is approximately $25-$35, it contains:
Pencil
Waterproof paper
Flint fire steel
Cotton wool (2pcs)
Button compass
Whistle
Survival mirror
Wire saw
Multi-tool
Snare wire
Fishing kit
Salt sachet (2pcs)
Safety pins (2pcs)
Duct tape,
Zip-lock polybag
Braid nylon cord
Carabineer

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4 replies on “Kathmandu Survival Kit Review”

Same bullshit kit that sells in China for under $5 and is rebranded, shame on Kathmandu for this crap.

Nice video. You may also want to checkout the review of Survival kit on my blog at travisreviews. com/survival-kit-review/ Thanks. Donnie.

if you dont know why to use a knife. you should REALLY learn why a knife is good to have if its not sharp get a stone or something else to sharp the knife with

I agree that it "looks good" but don't be too sure that it "works well."  Have you used any of this stuff yet?  I bought one of these and found that the ferro rod would not give off sparks with the striker supplied (or any other metallic article in the kit).  I had to cut the end off an old hacksaw blade and tie that to the rod in order to have a means of striking sparks.  Also, the little pocket knife (and attached scissors) were totally blunt and defied all efforts to produce a usefully sharp edge.  I binned it and substituted a little SAK.  Much better.  I have bought Kathmandu gear for years and used to swear by it, but I suspect that this kit may contain some cheap  rubbish that could let you down in an emergency.  Or perhaps I was just unlucky?  You should thoroughly try it out before you put yourself into a situation where your life may depend on it!

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