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Tool Logic SVC1B Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Magnification Lens, Translucent Blue

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  • A complete ultralight survival tool with Premium Swedish magnesium alloy fire starter
  • Razor sharp 1-inch serrated blade with ergonomic grip
  • Compass and 8x power lens
  • Loud emergency signal whistle
  • Tweezer, toothpick and inch/cm rulers
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Product Description

ATTRIBUTES Carry System: Lanyard Hole Finish: Translucent Blue Includes: Compass 8x Power Lens Tweezer Toothpick Firestarter Ultra-Light Knife Emergency Whistle

From the Manufacturer

The Tool Logic SVC1 is our most compact survival card featuring 8 must have tools including the new skeletonized, serrated knife made of tough AUS 8A type stainless steel, a magnesium alloy fire starter, a loud signal whistle, plus an 8X power lens and compass. There's also a tweezers and toothpick and a hole for lanyard attachment. Credit card size and less than two ounces, this essential tool kit deserves a place in your car, backpack and even your home. Keep the Survival Card with you and you'll always be prepared for life's unforeseen emergencies. The SVC1 is made out of rugged, translucent blue ABS plastic and ultra slim at about 3/16-inch. It's packed with handy camping, utility and even lifesaving features! Be prepared with the rugged 2-inch serrated blade; Magnesium alloy fire starter capable of producing 2500 degree sparks with the capacity good for over 1,000 strikes; Loud signal whistle good for any emergency; 8X power lens and compass to make map reading easier; Tweezers for extracting splinters or small objects; Toothpick after meals; Lanyard hole makes the it an easy carry. TOOL LOGIC, THE COMPANY - Tool Logic, a leading manufacturer of credit card-sized multipurpose tools and accessories, began in 1994 with an inspired dream of a credit card-sized case filled with tools by creator Steve Padden. Within a year, Tool Logic introduced its revolutionary Credit Card Companion to the marketplace, offering users the benefits of traditional multifunctional pocket knives and tools with the beneficial size of a credit card. Tool Logic has continued to innovate by expanding its product line to include multi-function folding knives, flashlights and key ring accessories. Our philosophy is to maximize function in minimal space.

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Technical Details
Part Number SVC1B
Product Dimensions6.6 x 5.2 x 0.4 inches
Item model numberSVC1B
SizeNA
ColorBlue
MaterialStainless
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty DescriptionThree Year Limited Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB001CNQQ8O
Best Sellers Rank #192,401 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.5 ounces
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First AvailableJuly 29, 2008
  
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Joanna Daneman #1 HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 15, 2010
I'm a fan of the Tool Logic mini tool kits. They are a sort of Swiss Army Knife in card or money clip form. They are ingenious in design and something anyone, guy or gal, would love as a gift.

The Survival Card is a bit nicer than the standard card in that it has a firestarter. This is a magnesium bar that issues some sparks, even in damp weather, when scraped over dry tinder (to get dry tinder in weather like we had this weekend, you can cut open a soaked dead limb and scrape out, carefully, the dry pith into a soft little ball.)

The tweezers are metal (in my other card, they are resin, not as grabby) and there is also a compass and whistle. The whistle is nice and loud, but the compasse seems to me to be useless unless you remove the serrated blade because the metal will mess it up if it's near the compass.

The red LED is bright enough for close work. Why red? It's a short wavelength and gives better resolution when seeing in the darkness, and the battery is a slim wafer, so a low-energy LED is what you can afford to have available. A maglite torch on your keychain would probably be more helpful to you, but in a pinch, this can help.

All in all, a great little card weighing less than 2 oz and slim as a cracker.
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12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By DjHomePc on October 7, 2012
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1) Size, durability, contruction: 5
Rock solid construction. No sharp corners. Comfortable in pants or shirt pocket. Same size as a credit card, only thicker. Hole for lanyard useful for those who wish to use it and well within the body for strength.

2) Whistle: 5
As loud as a smoke alarm, requiring just the force of breath used to blow out a match.

3) Knife: 4
Pretty sharp out of the box. Deploys and stows quickly and smoothly with a little practice, but need to be careful not to put back with edge facing up. Has a few indentations on top the blade which work very well with the fire striker strip. If was razor sharp out of the box and both sides ground would give it a 5.

4) Tweezers and toothpick: 4
Tweezers metal, with plastic handle as is toothpick. Stow smoothly and securely. Difficult to pull out only one without pulling out both, so just have to pull both out a little with thumbnail then push the other back in. Otherwise would give this parameter a 5.

5) Compass: 2
Very small diameter. Difficult to know when has found N or is just stuck. Seems needs to be absolutely level for the card to move freely, so best to use on a known level surface like a table top as is very hard to keep level by hand. Would be good if was larger in diameter but then might be thrown off by proximity to the knife.

6) Magnifying glass: 2
Much too small. Have to hold so close to be in focus that the body of the card shadows out most of the light. If used to start something burning could be burned or charred upon combustion of the tinder material.

7) Fire striker strip: 4
Works very well with back of the knife. Makes bright hot sparks. Haven't tried to start kindling with it yet or might give it a 5.

Overall grade: 3.7
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alex on November 30, 2011
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With this wafer-thin tool in your pocket you'll always have a knife, a whistle and fire starter. There is no excuse not to have this with you for emergencies not to mention everyday minor cutting tasks. Google "Knives save lives" to find numerous experiences of people alive today because they or someone nearby happened to have a knife to cut them out of a dangerous situation. I bought it to have with me when at church or other "dressed up occasions" where a traditional pocket knife would be frowned upon. I'll probably carry it in addition to a larger blade or multi-tool as a back up. The blade is small but again it's better than nothing and the whistle is plenty loud. The ferrocerium rod is thicker than it looks in the pictures. Make it a habit to always carry something like this, give yourself and others a fighting chance.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By W. Stump on March 9, 2012
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I had gotten some of these for my wife and son as part of a small kit for when skiing. I was impressed with the tools and construction I got one for myself. The whistle is nice and loud and the fire starter works well. The weak point is the compass. It doesn't seem to work very consistantly.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Oilslave on May 25, 2012
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I liked the concept and the reviews for this product and was very eager to buy. When I received it I was rather disappointed to find out the compass doesn't work. Though I like the fire starter feature and the emergency whistle, not having a compass makes me rate the product 3 stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By fortunate1 on May 10, 2012
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The compass, tweezers and magnifier are almost useless. The knife is sharpened on one side of the edge. In an extreme situation it would be useful. The knife fits my hand well but the edge is a bit small. Wonderful idea though.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Iadora Kelley on December 30, 2012
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However, am unable to figure out how the fire-starter works! It arrived w/in the delivery window but the instructions for this function do not seem complete enuf!

In addition it came packaged in a "huge" (9.25 x 6.75 x 3") for it's size box full of "popcorn" packing while the product's package was only 5x7x1/4" in size! ...Instead it could have easily fit into a padded envelope for mailing!

Besides it is a most sturdily built product which seems nearly unbreakable!
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