Introduction: Urban Survival Kit
This is a survival kit. It's not to hard making one. It's very easy. If you like my kit hit like and leave a comment if you have any question. Let's start !
Step 1: Step 1: Camera Pouch
For making your survival kit you have to choose a container for all the things you will put inside. You can choose altoids tin, shoe polish tin and any other container. I selected a camera pouch as the container. It has a large place and suitable for me. I took the pouch of my camera which is in life support and please pray for my camera. :D
Step 2: Step 2: What to Put in It
My kit has 25 things. The things I put in my survival kit are given below :
1 paper For writing.
2 note pad For writing
3 matches with striker For making fire to keep me warm
4 flash drive For keeping data
5 paper napkin For wiping your hands
6 flashlight To see in the dark
7 electric tape To sticking something together
8 scotch tape To sticking paper together
9 survival candle This can be used as a lamp. It lasts for 8 hours
10 rubber bands To hold something together
11 Band aids Stick them in your cuts scratches. It feels better
12 sand papers To keep your knife sharp
13 victorinox classic sd A pocket tool which has a blade, scissors and a nail file. Used to cut something.
14 razor blade To cut something
15 ropes To hold something together
16 signal mirror To give signal by reflecting and to see that if there is any dirt in your face
17 Mini wood saw To cut wood. I broke a little piece from my big one.
18 homemade can whistle To call someone from a distance or giving signal
19 phillips head screwdriver To tighten or loosen screws
20 pencil To draw or write something
21 pen black To write
22 pen blue To write
23 electric wire To fix electric connections
24 some cash If you are lost to get home taxi fair
25 medicine or pills For headache (napa)
Step 3: Step 3: Finished
Put all the things inside. Now you are finished. This kit comes very handy so take it with you as an edc. If you liked my kit hit like and leave a comment if you have any questions. Thanks for reading.