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    Creative Redundancy says:

    2:03  this is nice and very functional in the braided form; however, I would like to see more para cord. A quick and easy 9-12 feet could help make simple things and knot setups without having to "deploy" the braided form and taking more time then needed.
    Ty for sharing 😀

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    OutdoorsFoodie says:

    Great video and i really like the gear as well. Only thing i would like to mention is to maybe throw in a few more weights in the fishing kit. Depending on where one is situated 4 weights might not be enough to get the hook line to sink. 🙂

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    dennis j poley jr says:

    Good stuff !  I like the small size, and ease of carry.  Having multiples, or back up resources is a good idea, but not in the same container, if its lost there goes all of your specific items. I think having a sealable bag around the kits is a good idea, but bagging each item may be overkill. 1 Quart of water per day ?….1 gallon is the minimum, but if your on the move trying to get back home or to safety, you're gonna need 3 times that !   Love the kits inside, first aid, fishing, fire starter, utility,  nicely done. A good starter mini kit to keep in the car, at work, or as a smaller backup to a larger pack.

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    Tim Lipinski says:

    A Day Pack with "The Ten Essentials" by the Seattle Mountaineers will keep you safe overnight and bring you home the next day. Use and bring the Day Pack on every short Day Hike. Carry a six pack to a case of water in the trunk of the car, so will have water near by. People visit the Top of the Tram and have to call 9-1-1 because they did not have a flashlight or warm jacket for when the sun set… And a French couple died taking a short Day Hike at WSNM in the sand dunes (the infant baby survived). tjl

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    Sasi Balu says:

    My brother maxed out his credit when they paid a big electricity bill and produced his own electricity. The answer ended up being the Papziati Energy system online. It is the number 1 method to make your own energy. Google it.

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    A Noren says:

    GOOD video; SOME good ideas.

    You called your water filter by the brand name LIFESTRAW- it is NOT. 

    The batteries are NOT protected from discharge, should they touch the metal container AND could start an internal fire!

    Only 4 hooks?

    You have a kids toy whistle/ compass/ magnifying glass (plastic NOT glass).

    The cotton fire starters are NOT bagged.

    GOOD 8 hour fire starters for rain.

    Fresnel lens is plastic and NOT a very useful fire starter. (just try it)!

    A hands-free headlamp from a dollar store is better than 2 handheld flashlights which DO NOT allow you use of both hands. I paid $12 for mine, uses 1 AAA battery, has red & white LED's.

    Your nesting cup for HOT soup has NO handle for boiling water. OUCH!

    Duct tape is also a Firestarter tinder.

    I HAD the same water bottle. Have a better one now.


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