I challenged myself to build a pocket survival kit that was actually practical and functional in an emergency situation.
The Condor Pocket Pouch was the perfect pouch for the job. It can hold a ton of gear and is perfect for any EDC application. I was surprised how much I was able to fit inside it and still had room to spare. I may have to revisit this kit and add some more in a future video!
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We are not sponsored by anyone and these knives were sent as a gift to us from a friend. We decided to do a review of them to see what all this hype is about. If you search Coolina on YouTube you will find NO commercials for them….zero…zilch…nadda…nil. They seem to literally depend solely on social media hype. So are they worth it? Watch the good, bad and ugly.
While I feel knives from Outdoor Edge like the Razor Fin & Razor Blaze are knives specifically for say a fishermen or a hunter, the RazorLite EDC to me, is a knife for everyone. So much so that I am officially retiring my long standing recommendation for the Gerber EAB to fill this type of roll in an EDC Utility Blade. Long term listeners to my podcast will realize that is a big deal, I have been recommending the Gerber since at least 2012. Long before TspAz reviews even existed.
The Emisar D4 flashlight is smaller than a Zebralight but has a burst mode nearly twice as bright. At over 3000 lumens on turbo it is probably the brightest and smallest production torch you can buy. The light can be adapted for several different sizes of lithium ion rechargeable (vape) batteries, to make it even more small and compact. This review covers tests runtimes, operation of the user interface, measures brightness levels, and shows the Emisar in use at night. I also have a big flashlight beam shot comparison in the review that compares the Emisar to several popular flashlights like the Nitecore MH20Gt, the Zebralight SC600 mk IV, the SC5, the Olight S2 copper, and the Astrolux S41. This light was made by the same company that manufactures the Noctigon Meteor and can be bought at the following websites:
Showing off this really cool LITTLE knife from Fox Knives in Italy. This limited edition Suro is actually pretty useful. This knife review will go through the entire knife tip to tail including all specs along with some size comparisons.
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