We admit this is not our first take on survival tools for everyday carry, and, needless to say, we just can’t get enough. Plus with rampant series of unfortunate events as if Lemony Snicket penned them nudges us to hunt for more of these survival kits and share them with you.
So here we are again presenting another outdoor survival kit. But unlike the most recent ones we’ve featured, this kit from Teaker is designed for professional use. That’s the quality you can depend on. All the tools are even kept in a waterproof 6.5” x 4” x 2” solid case.
OK. Enough of the introduction. Here are the items included in this survival kit.
Teaker Outdoor Survival Kit: What’s included?
Unlike the Victorinox SwissCard that has removable tools, this Swisscard is literally just a card that has multifunctions. In particular, this card has the following: can opener, knife edge, screwdriver, ruler, bottle opener, key chain hole, butterfly screw wrench, 4 position wrench, 2 position wrench, saw blade, and direction auxiliary indication.
Scraper and flintstone
Chuck Noland’s method is hands down admirable. But believe us, making fire out of almost nothing is exhausting. Ask any boy scout you see.
That’s why instead of gathering dry bamboo sticks along with flammable materials, use this flint stone and scraper instead.
With a scrape or two plus a piece of paper, you can start your bonfire with ease.
You know how a humble whistle saved Rose’ life (which reminds us of her selfishness by not sharing space with Jack). But, moving on, this whistle is made of aluminum alloy. That gives you the guarantee that it’s durable. It also comes with key rings so you can attach it to lanyard or belt loop if a hanging whistle around your neck.
The flashlight that comes with this kit has three brightness modes so that you can adjust according to your needs. It is also waterproof, which is perfect for the unpredictable outdoor weather.
Battery requirement is one double A battery.
Portable mini light
For temporary lighting, you may use the portable mini light. Note, though, that its brightness is not meant for making the whole world shine. Use it for your low-key lighting needs such as looking for your keys, checking your watch for the time, ensuring your marshmallow is cooked, etc.
It also comes with a key ring so you can attach it to anything your creative mind dictates.
Unlike the other knives that are included in other survival kits, this knife has a nice pointed blade, which is highly beneficial for mercilessly piercing your attacker’s body. Or anything that needs a pointed and sharp blade really.
The knife has a belt clip on the other end, which, obviously, is for clipping it to your belt and just about anywhere it fits.
The tactical pen included in this survival kit is highly similar to the one we featured before. On one end you get Mr. Regular Pen; on the other is Mr. Badass Glass Breaker for whatever purpose it may serve.
Our smartphones have integrated compass for direction, but its battery isn’t meant to last long. So one way to know the direction is through a compass. Of course, there are other ways of identifying the north without much help, but a compass is more accurate. Plus it’s already in the kit, so better make use of it.
Again, this kit is just one of the many tools we have written about before. Each has its own pros and cons. What we like most about this one is that its handy, portable, and totally reliable.
And did we say affordable?