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Today I want to do a product spotlight on a awesome idea the FireKable. We all know paracord is a must have in everyone’s EDC. This takes your standard paracord bracelet and adds one of the basic necessities of survival… fire starting. That’s right, tucked right inside the bracelets latch is a ferro rod will produce sparks of up to 3000 degrees Fahrenheit.

Also the bracelet has a build in whistle, while this may come in handy and it’s not that loud. What really get’s me excited is the fire starter. It’s a comfort to know you’ll have 2 very sought after survival items on your wrist at all times.

Read More→ Free Paracord Bracelet With Fire Starter FireKable

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It isn’t a fun start to the day when you go out to your vehicle only to discover the battery is dead because the lights were left on or a door wasn’t shut good. While standard jumper cables are nice to have, if you don’t have access to another vehicle for use of jumping, then they become virtually useless. Check out our video review.

Read More→ Battery Jumper Starter The NOCO Genius GB30 12V

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Paracord is the lightweight nylon string originally used by the military for the parachute suspension lines in WWII. The soldiers parachuting down would utilize this string when on a mission and discovered its’ diversity and usefulness. Through the years, it has gained popularity with survivalists, hikers and military alike and many uses have been found for paracord.
Read More→ Paracord – A Survival Kit Must Have

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    Today we’re reviewing an awesome little portable battery pack from Jackery named the Giant. This device will make any survival or camping situation a lot more tolerable especially paired with a solar panel or Biolite stove. Watch the video to see it “in action”.

Read More→ Jackery Giant Review Portable Battery Pack

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In today’s word it’s hard to imagine going without power, cellphones, tablets and flash lights are things I use almost daily. Nearly all of these devices use the same charging cable and charge by USB power which is great, but the last time I checked trees and rocks did not come with power ports which brings me to my topic how to have power anywhere.

Read More→ Power Anywhere with the Anker Portable Solar Panel

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A way to cook your food while camping or in a survival situation is vital. Add the means to generator power at the same time and you have a very impressive combination. That’s right there is a small compact camp stove you can generate power to charge your phone or other usb powered devices while cooking or providing heat!

Read More→ BioLite Cooking Stove and Power Generator

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