ESEE Mini Survival Kit
ESEE Mini Survival Kit
bookmark_border
Where's the price?
To negotiate the best possible price for our customers, we agree to hide prices prior to logging in.
288 Sold
Product Description
Preparation is everything in the wild—which is why ESEE has created this compact kit with wilderness essentials that could save you in a pinch. Included in the Altoid-sized can is a fishing kit, tinder tabs, a ferrocerium rod and striker, a signal mirror, cordage, snare wire, a folding razor blade, a survival card, and a strike light Read More

search
vicar345
3
Aug 15, 2019
bookmark_border
My kid created a similar kit for high school entrepreneur class. Didn't have the luxury of bulk purchasing discounts, and admittedly didn't have a razor blade knife per se but did have some medications. It was nearly identical otherwise and half the cost of this drop. Including his profit.
Aug 15, 2019
Jakob
197
Aug 14, 2019
bookmark_border
Oops. Silly me. Tricked again with another great deal that I cannot get because I am Canadian. Forgot about the "no great deals for Canadians" rule. OH well I am sure there will be something for a whopping 10% off for me soon.
(Edited)
Aug 14, 2019
Narq
630
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
Or... 25 bucks gets you this.
Aug 13, 2019
Jhuggs
21
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
I don't understand the utility of these type of kits. If I'm going camping or backpacking I have good gear for the situation, as do most experienced adventureres. Even on a day hike, I have at least the basics with me. And when I say basics, I mean I could survive for a few days (not comfortably, but I'd be OK). I can't see a scenario where I'd carry just this in my pocket and head out anywhere where it would come in handy. I guess it's a mindset and preference. If you like to go super light and shove this in a pocket and head out, more power to you. Maybe long distance trail running?
Aug 13, 2019
RayF
21329
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
Ha--all this chatter about how you could do the same or better with your own stuff and an Altoids tin! Well let me remind you--if you had decided to put sticky-stuff on the back of little yellow slips of paper, you could have been the guy who invented Post-it Notes (instead of Al Gore)! Talk is cheap, men of action are harder to find!
search

Aug 13, 2019
Calaverasgrande
1469
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
No water tablets. No first aid. No space blanket.
Aug 13, 2019
Jhuggs
21
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
Agreed on water tablets. A few of them would easily fit in there.
Aug 13, 2019
Narq
630
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
No phone. No gun. No knife. This thing is useless.
Aug 13, 2019
Tragique
696
Mar 17, 2019
bookmark_border
I see nothing useful for zombie killing.
Mar 17, 2019
DSH007
220
Dec 28, 2018
bookmark_border
$26.95 at knifeworks.com. I imagine you could also invest in an Altoids container and fashion together your own kit at a fraction of that cost.. https://www.knifeworks.com/esee-mini-survival-kit-in-black-tin.html
Dec 28, 2018
Fuzz
372
Dec 29, 2018
bookmark_border
Yeah this seems incredibly overpriced for what it is. The button compass manufacturer is not even stated.
Dec 29, 2018
Desastor
335
Aug 13, 2019
bookmark_border
Exactly. We utilized tampons and pads for kinetic injuries. Add a 2.99 firestarter, .99 brass wire from ACE and you can build this kit for about 10 - 15 bucks and you have better quality too. Use silicon self fusing tape and you can waterproof on top
(Edited)
Aug 13, 2019
kingpinsuited
1
Nov 24, 2018
bookmark_border
Not waterproof? Really?
Nov 24, 2018
wily-quixote
403
Nov 22, 2018
bookmark_border
if only it had a paracord bangle in it then I could truly survive the end of civilisation.
Nov 22, 2018
Showing 15 of 26
keyboard_arrow_up
Newest
26 OF 26 POSTS
Aug 11, 2020
keyboard_arrow_down
Oldest
Recent Activity
Placed an order
Placed an order
Placed an order