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Adventure Medical Kits Pocket Survival Pack


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  • Ideal for backpackers, hikers, boaters, skiers, hunters, pilots, snowmobilers, and climbers
  • Fits easily in your pocket
  • Contains a collection of survival tools for when you find yourself abandoned, stranded, or lost in the outdoors
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AMK Pocket Survival Pack

The Adventure Medical Pocket Survival Pack is small enough to be taken with you everywhere you go. Adventure Medical designs their kits with the help of doctors and survival experts. This small package is loaded with the essentials that can make a difference when stranded or lost in the wilderness. The tools included allow you to start a fire, signal for help, and repair damaged gear. Practical implements, such as; duct tape, nylon cord and heavy duty wire, have multiple uses for the waylaid wanderer. The waterproof pack can float and contains detailed instructions that will aid you in getting out of harms way. Truly pocket sized, so there is no excuse not to have one with you at all times. Survival Supplies, 1 - Aluminum Foil, Heavy Duty, 3 Sq. Ft., 1 - Clamshell, Pocket Survival Pak, 1 - Compass, Button, Liquid Filled, 1 - Duct Tape, 2 x26, 1 - Fresnel Magnifier, 1 - Pencil, 1 - Pocket Survival Pak Contents List, 1 - Scalpel Blade, Sterile, Disposable, #22, 1 - Sewing Needle, #18, Chenille, 1 - Sewing Thread, Bobbin #69, Nylon, 1 - Signal Mirror, Rescue Flash, 1 - Snap Swivel, Size12, 1 - Spark-Lite Fire Starter, 1 - Waterproof Paper, 1 - Waterproof Survival Instructions, 1 - Whistle, Rescue Howler, 10 - Nylon Cord, #18, Braided, (10 ft.100lb test), 2 - Split Shot, Lead B, 4 - Fish Hook, #10, 4 - Safety Pins, 4 - Tinder Quick Fire starter, 6 - Safety Wire, Stainless Steel, (6 ft. of 0.020 ).

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Size: 1 Pack
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 9 x 1 inches ; 6.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 7.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
  • ASIN: B000G7WRDU
  • Item model number: 0140-0707
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #126,223 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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Customer Reviews

It's small and light weight enough that you don't even notice it in your pocket or bag.
James
For a complete personal kit, I would recommend adding a knife, light, survival blanket, water purification tablets, wire saw, and a water bag.
AKT
Adventure medical makes great products, I also like their .9 first aid kit ultra light & watertight!
smartydog904

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74 of 79 people found the following review helpful By thassler on September 2, 2006
Size Name: 1 Pack Verified Purchase
Doug Ritter and his foundation, Equipped to Survive, has come up with a very economic method to equip yourself and your family with an emergency kit. It is small enough to carry unnoticed in a pocket, yet fully functional.

Although you can control the amount of certain items if you put together your own kit (something of a rite of passage among the survivalists/emergency preparedness folk), I spent twice as much putting together a comparable kit. The military issue sparklite and tinder-quick, Fox-40 whistle, and Rescue Flash signal mirror alone could cover the cost of the kit and they are all top notch gear. This pack is extremely high quality through and through, from choice of equipment to packing and instructions. I recommend looking at the ETS website at the slideshow of how such a kit is put together and what Doug Ritter himself recommends that you add to the kit (the pouch can hold a few more small items such as water purification tabs).

The Pocket Survival Pack is an amazing value. I've purchased all of the items separately, and just the shipping or driving to pick up 3 or 4 of the items probably covers half the cost! If you are lucky enough to get everything at one store, you'd be hard pressed to get the entire kit as cheap as this. I know people who have purchased this kit to take the parts for their own self-built survival kits! That's how economical it is. Plus, if you buy this PSP, a portion of the proceeds goes to the ETS non-profit group which gives free survival consulting to deployed troops and is actively involved in improving survival equipment and standards. In fact, Doug Ritter is the only consumer advocate working with the governing body on personal locator beacons used in marine, aviation, and remote travel.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Ross Bagley on May 22, 2007
Size Name: 1 Pack
I've been looking over Doug Ritter's website for a while and finally broke down and bought two of these kits. In short: this is a fantastic bargain, and is truly a useful set of things to have with you if the poo poo hits the fan near you. The spark-lite sparker and tinder is worth $8 alone, the signal mirror is worth another $6, and there's half of the purchase price covered right there. All of the components are very deliberately selected to be easily useful, to work together to improve your chances, and to be impressively affordable.

I found that there is enough extra space in the pouch for a keychain LED light, six hurricane matches with striking strip wrapped in foil, and 10 Potable Aqua tablets in a perfume vial. You lose the ability to fold the top over when you add these things, but I'm keeping my kit in a backpack pocket, not in a pants pocket. So, not a problem for me.

I also decided to make a more substantial survival kit for when I'm backpacking. After doing a little looking around and checking prices on the individual bits and pieces, I chose to use my second Pocket Survival Pak as the starting point. This saved me a bundle of time and effort, knowing that all of the components were very high quality and already configured to be compact and ready to go. The only thing I didn't use in the bigger kit was the tiny compass. Even the vinyl pouch became the first aid kit holder in the bigger survival kit.

In closing, this is an amazingly well-conceived set of items that you may need some day, packaged in such a way that you're likely to have them on you when that time comes. I can't say enough about this kit. Truly amazing.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By AKT on February 26, 2007
Size Name: 1 Pack
I think this survival kit deserves another 5-star review. At 3.9 oz., this kit is small, and that's a good thing to me. It's amazing how much stuff is in this little bag. All of the items are of the best quality. The signal mirror is beautiful. The inclusion of a lens magnifier is something I haven't seen in almost any other kit (great backup for fire starting). I know the firestarter that comes with it is normally about $8 just by itself. I just tried out the Fox 40 Micro whistle, and it's so loud, my ears started ringing (be careful). For a complete personal kit, I would recommend adding a knife, light, survival blanket, water purification tablets, wire saw, and a water bag. For the price, you can't get a better survival kit than this. I am really impressed by the quality here. My only minor complaint is that I wish they made the bag that the items come in a little bigger. I have trouble fitting everything in there properly and keeping it closed after I've taken items out and tried to get everything back in. That's almost not even worth mentioning though because this kit is excellent. I've bought other kits before... the kinds that tell you they have a signal mirror until you find out they mean the inside of the tin can the items come in. Not cool. This AMK Pocket Survival Pack is the best.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By thassler on December 8, 2008
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No idea why anyone would think it's cheaper to buy these items separately as noted in some reviews with other sellers. That's just flat out wrong as far as both my experience and common sense shopping dictates. My guess is that the person doesn't like pre-packaged kits (and rightly so!). But this kits is an exception among the dross.

Doug Ritter and his foundation, Equipped to Survive, has come up with a very economic method to equip yourself and your family with an emergency kit. It is small enough to carry unnoticed in a pocket, yet fully functional.

Although you can control the amount of certain items if you put together your own kit (something of a rite of passage among the survivalists/emergency preparedness folk), I spent twice as much putting together a comparable kit. The military issue sparklite and tinder-quick, Fox-40 whistle, and Rescue Flash signal mirror alone could cover the cost of the kit and they are all top notch gear. This pack is extremely high quality through and through, from choice of equipment to packing and instructions. I recommend looking at the ETS website at the slideshow of how such a kit is put together and what Doug Ritter himself recommends that you add to the kit (the pouch can hold a few more small items such as water purification tabs).

The Pocket Survival Pack is an amazing value. I've purchased all of the items separately, and just the shipping or driving to pick up 3 or 4 of the items probably covers half the cost! If you are lucky enough to get everything at one store, you'd be hard pressed to get the entire kit as cheap as this. I know people who have purchased this kit to take the parts for their own self-built survival kits! That's how economical it is.
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