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Buying Guide: This 35 in 1 survival tool is a great gift for an outdoorsman
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Buying Guide: This 35 in 1 survival tool is a great gift for an outdoorsman

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Whether you have a longtime outdoor enthusiast in your life, or a friend who just recently got into the great outdoors, this 35 in 1 survival tool kit makes the perfect holiday gift. At under $50 with components that would cost much more sold separately, it’s also a serious steal.

A Complete Starter Kit

This outdoor survival kit is the perfect starter for any hunting, camping, fishing, or mountain biking lover. The kit contains an impressive array of components including a survival knife, compass, wire saw, water bottle clip, emergency blanket, flint stone, scraper, flashlight, credit card knife, tactical pen, paracord bracelet, whistle, carabiner, screwdriver, utensils, first aid supplies, and waterproof box. For fishers, it also contains multiple tools for the perfect catch.

Lightweight and Convenient

Camping and hiking enthusiasts know how essential it is to have a lightweight compact kit, and this 35 in 1 outdoor survival kit definitely fits the bill. Weighing in at under 3 pounds, the entire carrying case fits into a slim 6.6 by 4.3 by 1.9-inch space. The case is also waterproof and shockproof so it’s perfect for high impact adventures.

Why Customers Love It

If you’re leaning toward this handy survival kit as a gift for any outdoorsman in your life, you have the recommendation of more than 300 Amazon customers who gave it an average rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars. Customers loved the quality for the price, calling this $40 kit an amazing value. The slim carrying case and wide variety of tools was also appealing. Customers routinely added this kit to their pack while camping and loved it as a glovebox kit when driving in remote areas.

Survival Kit 35 in 1 First Aid Kit Survival Gear available from Amazon


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