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Gerber Bear Grylls Ultimate Survival Kit

by Gerber
277 customer reviews

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  • 15-piece survival kit built for hostile environment
  • Includes Gerber miniature multi-tool for a range of applications
  • Survival blanket, fire starter, snare wire, fishing and sewing kits, and more
  • Land to air rescue and SOS instructions
  • Comes with Bear Grylls' Priorities of Survival pocket guide

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Gerber's Bear Grylls' Ultimate Survival Kit™ is part of the Gerber / Bear Grylls Survival Series. This collaboration brings together over 70 years of knife and gear expertise with Bear's extensive outdoor survival and adventure experience to create one of a kind knives, tools and gear. Each item in the Survival Series is meticulously designed by Gerber and Bear to offer a multitude of uses in any environment. Small, light and compact, the Ultimate Survival Kit provides a thorough collection of gear to help meet challanges in the wild. Its all packed in a lightweight, ripstop nylon bag with waterproof zipper and a copy of Bear Grylls Priorities of Survival pocket guide, loaded with survival basics is included. You'll be glad you're prepared with this pack anywhere kit even if you don't have to use it! Stay prepared, stay alive!.Waterproof Matches.Snare Wire.Emergency Cord.Cotton Ball.Needle Nose Pliers.Wire Cutters.Fine Edge Knife.Serrated Knife.Phillips Screwdriver.Mineature Light.Hand Saw.Signaling Mirror.Survival Blanket.Waxed Thread.Fishing Kit,.Sewing kit.Sheath Dimensions: 4.5" x 6.8".Overall Weight: 9.4 oz..

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  • ASIN: B00CHI5A76
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (277 customer reviews)
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434 of 449 people found the following review helpful By Cyclist01222 on March 11, 2011
Size: One SizeColor: Black
Not a bad kit but you can put one together yourself for a lot cheaper. You may already have a few of the items lying around the house... whistle, compass, matches, lighter, magglass, neeedle, thread, safety pins, mirror, etc. You can pack it all in any type of container - metal, plastic, leather, nylon - whatever suites your survival needs. I love the emergency blankets. Have you ever used one? The amount of warmth they can provide is absolutely amazing - they won't make it through heavy use for several days but they are fairly durable for how light and flimsy they are. These are a must have in any kit and probably the most useful item for its weight!

I think the wire included is fine. Remember, snare wire has to be rigid to set up so the dental floss won't work as a previous reviewer suggested. You can expect to snare a very small animal if it came to that anyway. Also, emergency survival kits such as this must be small, light and easy to carry or you won't take it with you. It's for emergency situations and not for hard or frequent use. Yeah, you can navigate without a compass but it would make it easier for the novice - put it in the kit. I can't believe that such a useful and inexpensive device is absent from this kit. Some adventurers even carry two for that extra piece of mind. Knowing that you are moving in the right direction when lost is everything... it prevents panic and keeps hope alive! I think it's also important to understand that kits like this are for "common wilderness survival" situations. If your car slides in a ditch on a remote road in North Dakota while it's -50*F, the mylar blanket won't help you.
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283 of 296 people found the following review helpful By MattyDunsky on May 4, 2011
Size: One SizeColor: Black Verified Purchase
First off, I would like to mention that I am a huge Bear Grylls fan.

I have purchased this pack as well as the fire-starter, folding sheath knife and ultimate utility tool.

This kit looks very impressive at first, however upon opening the pack you will soon realize that all the items are very small and impractical. The snare wire is barely longer than the average hands length. The mini-utility tool has very stiff components and only consists of a nail file, a knife and two very small and ineffective screw drivers. The whistle inside the pack looks like something out of a dollar store (the whistle on the outside attached to the bag is better). The LED light is purely plastic and inexpensive. It almost looks like a child's toy.

The only two items that would be semi-difficult to find on your own would be the hand saw and mini fishing kit. The rest of the items could be purchased separately for a fraction of the cost of this pack.

The fire-starter and folding sheath knife are good (different Bear Grylls endorsed products). Those are keepers. The utility tool's wire cutters exploded during there first use so you should be weary about purchasing that as well.

Take some time and visit some local stores. Even Wal-mart sells the majority of items in this bag. Make your own kit.
The only thing that Bear Grylls is attached to in this pack is the nylon bag that all the stuff is in. The rest is just cheap parts.

Save your money.

Be safe out there.
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176 of 184 people found the following review helpful By Goodie on March 15, 2011
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I spend a lot of time in the woods and I enjoy wating Bear Grylls show on TV so this seemed like a great gift idea for me. My wife picked it up for my birthday at a local store. I am less then impressed to say the least. I currently have my own survival kit that I put together for well under 30 bucks on Amazon years ago, so I had high hopes for something that costs around 40 bucks. I al also a huge Gerber tool fan. I love their blades and carry their multi-tool everyday.

Boy was I dissappointed.....

- poor quality on most items. The snare cord would snap under little pressure.
- The gerber multi-tool was tiny and seemed cheap.
- Matches came broken
- hooks were too bendable - cheap!

- nice size
- Bag to hold everything
- paracord seems decent
- Flint and striker worked well

I am sad that this product did not meet my expectations. I really wanted it to be a good product. This will not replace my ghetto kit in my gallon zip-lock bag. My kit cost less and is of much higher quality. This kit has been put in the glove box or my car and will stay there as a back-up. I would not trust this in a real survival situation.
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94 of 99 people found the following review helpful By Michael S. Waddington on August 16, 2011
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I bought this kit because I am fan of Bear Grylls. I am an avid outdoorsman and former US Army officer and enlisted soldier. My son and I tested the kit and we were very disappointed in the poor quality of the kit. DO NOT buy this kit if you are serious about using it in a real life or death situation. It could cost you your life. Put together a kit of your own with good quality materials. It will be more expensive, but will be worth the money and effort.

The description of this survival kit says that it is for "hostile environments." This is a joke. This kit is more like a toy survival kit. You will not survive in any environment with this kit. It does not have the basic necessary items and half of the products did not work or were not large enough to be useful.

Here is what is in the kit and my opinion of it:

Nylon pouch: too small, once you take the kit apart it is difficult to put it back in. The pouch should be larger.

Multi-tool - This is the smallest and cheapest multi-tool I have ever seen. It is too small to be used for any survival purpose, aside from cutting fishing line. Very poor quality. Instead, buy a decent Gerber 01471 Suspension Butterfly Opening Multi-Plier, with Sheath or similar multi-tool.

Miniature light - my light did not work, I have never gotten it to work. Instead buy a decent, small, waterproof flashlight or a manually charging light.

Hand saw - too small to use for any purpose

Signaling mirror - Small, not very reflective. More like shiny tin

Survival blanket - Very poor quality.
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