Useful for hikers or if you have to leave your car for some reason and walk to civilisation. Contains: Fishing line; Whistle; Chemical light stick; Emergency Candles (optional); Small LED keychain flashlight; Tinfoil; Piece of paper; Duct tape; Bic pen; Razor blade; Box of WATERPROOF matches; Water treatment; Poncho, OR a space blanket.
Duct Tape : Duct tape can be a lifesaver. But carrying an entire roll takes up valuable space inside a backpack. Instead, wrap a couple feet around a Bic lighter, so you always have a short supply inside your pocket Even if you are a non smoker like me ~DAW~ Always keep a Lighter on you. you never know when it can Save your life Why Duct tape? 1.Repair a tent: 2.Make a rope: Twist one or several lengths of duct tape into a cord or rope. Of course paracord would be a lot better)
25 survival items in an altoids box, useful for your daypack. I used to make these out of BandAid Tins when I was a kid for hiking, horseback riding and what not. Now Altoids are about the only way you can get a tin (useful for boiling water in-case you are wondering).
Junk drawer organized! There's no need to get rid of your junk drawer. But clear it out when it gets too crazy to be useful: Take everything out and pile similar items together. Get rid of things like expired coupons and spare keys that you can’t identify. Buy a plastic tray with dividers, or repurpose baby wipes or cigar boxes, mint tins, and mesh bags. Group similar items together. This can be a fun job for children on a rainy day.
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Out hiking or just for a walk and don't want to carry a bulky kit? This will fit into your pocket no trouble! The ever so versatile Altoids Tin becomes a First Aid Kit to carry with you. Just add stuff from the following steps (or similar).
Beartooth. Originally developed for backcountry firefighters, the Beartooth radio device turns your Android or iOS cell phone into a two-way radio enabling calls, texting, and geo-location from remote, off-grid locations. Production to begin in 2015.
7 Days of Backpacking Food. How to pack a lot of backpacking food into a small space. I wonder if I can find a healthy version of this.