|Item Weight||1.76 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||7 x 3.2 x 1 inches|
|Item model number||CCH5-1|
|Size||approximately 2 1/2" deep by 3/4" diameter|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Number Of Pieces||1|
|Number of Handles||1|
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SE CCH5-1 5-IN-1 Survival Whistle in Orange
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- Includes: whistle, water-resistant storage container, liquid compass, signaling mirror, and flint
- Plastic body
- Lanyard included, lightweight and compact
- Great for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, outdoor activities, travel, emergency and survival kits, etc.
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SE is proud to present our 5-IN-1 Survival Whistle in Orange. This survival whistle is great for camping, hiking, hunting, fishing, outdoor activities, travel, emergency kits, survival kits, etc. Lightweight and compact—our whistle can easily fit into your backpack, survival pack, purse, etc. for easy storage and transportation, and can hang from your neck, wrist, or gear with the lanyard.
Features of our 5-in-1 Survival Whistle in Orange:
(1) Safety whistle
(2) Water-resistant storage container
(3) Liquid-filled compass with a 1-inch diameter
(4) Mirror for signaling
(5) Fire starter flint
(6) Lanyard included to hang wherever you need it
(7) Compact & lightweight for easy storage & transportation
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I was at big5 looking for a flint and striker. This claimed it came with a striker.
The cord was wrapped around it so I couldn't see the micro sized flint glued into the indentation on the plastic case.
It's about one inch long, and thick as a #2 pencil lead, and barely any rises above the notch it is glued into for striking against.
What's more, there are ridges at either end blocking the striking motion path.
The compass seems to be ok, and the plastic whistle blows.
The compartment may fit some regular stick matches, but probably won't fit a lot of waterproof outdoor match brands. Bout as deep as my pinky, thinner than my ring finger.
Has about 40" of cord for a lanyard. That might be useful as a replacement shoelace, tarp tie or something.
The signal mirror is recessed under the dry compartment cap. Enclosed within the cap enough that you might forget trying to signal somebody that isn't fairly in line with the direction of the sun from yourself. You may have 60 degrees of reflection, so if the sun is straight above you, you're not signaling anybody who is equal or lower elevation than you..
If it didn't have a whistle, I'd give it to the kids to play with.
Inside the cap there is supposed to be a signal mirror. When I opened mine up the mirror popped out and I had to re-glue it into its designated spot. There is also a fire-steel mounted on the side that is practically useless. it is so small and is glued into the recesses so trying to scrape it with a knife or scraper of any kind will end up destroying your knife or gouging chucks of plastic out of the side of this container.
I really didn't need a lot of the extra features on this thing, just needed a dry container to store matches for an emergency. but if your gonna add lots of extra junk to a product so you can claim a 5 in 1 survival tool, then you should probably make sure the other features actually work.. Its a matchbox, not a NASA rocket, shouldn't be hard to make those features practical. The price is reasonable for a waterproof matchbox so its not a total waste of time, but if you are looking at this as a legit survival tool, you will be disappointed.
1) The whistle is fine, and the orange color IS orange :)
2) The compass in mine had medium-sized bubbles in the fluid, preventing the compass disk from turning freely or settling on north, so it was made effectively useless by a manufacturing defect.
3) The nickel-sized "signalling" mirror is useless for signalling, since in practice it's impossible to aim it. If you can't aim it at your rescuer, he/she will never see the signal! A mirror about the size of a playing card, ideally with a small hole in the middle to sight through, would work well.