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It's small and light weight enough that you don't even notice it in your pocket or bag.
For a complete personal kit, I would recommend adding a knife, light, survival blanket, water purification tablets, wire saw, and a water bag.
Adventure medical makes great products, I also like their .9 first aid kit ultra light & watertight!
I hope I never have to use this kit. But it's better to be safe than sorry. I have gone on a few hunts where we have lost our way more than once. Read morePublished 3 months ago by James
Fits perfectly in a pocket while out hiking! Perfect to have for those emergency situations that could come up unexpectedly.Published 10 months ago by C. Love
Gives you a worm feeling, just having it near, looking at it brings up visions of adventure that you may go on.Published 17 months ago by Tommy Soles
I bought this for my husband and he loves this kit. It is small and compact and contains everything one could need on a little adventure.Published 17 months ago by Daniela
Some years ago I bought one of these and played with it. Every item in the package is useful and of higher quality than in the metal survival tins. Read morePublished 18 months ago by James T. Bell
The tiny size makes it seem more like a toy. The items work and pack fits in a small area.Published 19 months ago by Texas
My daughter has left the roost and like most Dads I worry about her safety. After reading the glowing review from Don Rearic. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Kimberly Reedy
Very compact, light, and has a lot of good stuff! I added water purification tablets, and rubber-banded it to a Mylar emergency blanket to complete this kit. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Delta
The Adventure Medical Kit Pocket Survival Kit is a decent kit. To name a few, the signal mirror, spark lite, tinder, compass, snare wire, nylon cord, duct tape, and whistle alone... Read morePublished on August 7, 2012 by Jerome