The Worst Case Survival Kit

May 31, 2017

Category: Gear

There’s not really a good reason not to have some kind of survival kit in your home, your car, and/or your place of work. As a contingency plan, they are invaluable. But if your reluctance is due to a lack of space, that excuse is out the window, too – thanks to the Worst Case.

About the same size as a Walkman, this comprehensive emergency gear kit is small enough to fit in the palm of your hand. But that doesn’t mean it’s limited – within the confines of this watertight Pelican 1010 case, you’ll find 18+ survival items. They include shelter, fire starters, water purifiers, some first aid gear, a fishing kit, a compass, 550 paracord, tape, a flashlight, and more. That’s a whole lotta preparedness in such a small package. And all of it will cost you just $85. Seriously, it’s time to get on board the ready-for-anything train.

Purchase: $85

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