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Featuring FeatherLite Survival Kit 1.0

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$18.95

Quick Overview

FeatherLite Survival Kit 1.0 contains an assortment of essential supplies you may need in an emergency.


Contents: 



  • 1 - 4" Light stick

  • 1 - box of waterproof matches

  • 1 - emergency poncho

  • 1 - emergency whistle

  • 1 - signal mirror

  • 1 - button compass

  • 1 - emergency blanket

  • 1 - survival towel

  • 1 - instruction sheet


Dimensions 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 1 1/2" Weighs 7 oz.


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SKU: ST-SURKIT1

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Where would you suggest one maintain a kit such as this?

I would suggest having several. Keep one kit at home, in your car, on your boat and in your backpack so you are always prepared. The contents are stored inside a lightweight bright orange pouch that makes it easy to locate. The compact pouch makes for convenient storage.

Contents:

  • 1 - 4" Light stick
  • 1 - box of waterproof matches
  • 1 - emergency poncho
  • 1 - emergency whistle
  • 1 - signal mirror
  • 1 - button compass
  • 1 - emergency blanket
  • 1 - survival towel
  • 1 - instruction sheet

What are the differences between this survival kit and the Featherlite UST 3.0 Kit?

The 3.0 Kit has fire starter and flint striker that are not in this kit. There are two six inch light sticks in the 3.0 Kit and one four inch light stick here. This kit has matches and the 3.0 Kit does not have them. The 3.0 Kit has two ponchos and two blankets where this kit has one of each. Kit 3.0 has two survival towel this kit has one. And the dimensions of this kit are smaller. The weight of this kit is about half the weight of the 3.0 Kit.   Dimensions 4 1/2" x 6 1/2" x 1 1/2" Weighs 7 oz.

Is there a demonstration of this kit available in video format?

No I was unable to find a video available so I am including the video of the Featherlite Survival Kit 3.0 and you may compare the items in the list above with the video.

What else would you suggest a person carry with them on a day hike?

Yes I would add a yellow bandanna that could be used to signal with. I would add a utensil set, a fold-able cup and a personal filter straw for water filtration. You probably would want to also carry a small supply of protein bars. I am assuming a day hike that might turn into an overnight situation or even a two night situation. 

What would you add for an extended backpacking trip into the back country?

If you are going on a longer backpacking trek I would suggest a camping stove and dehydrated food supply. You would need a pot to boil water in to pour the hot water into the dehydrated food pouch. I would suggest a clean, dry pair of sock or two and extra Ziploc type bags for various uses. One use is they make good boot liners if needed. You can read my story in the 3.0 Kit page.

These items would give you the minimum ability to stay out at least four to six nights without much discomfort.

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