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The Big WHY for 72 Hour Survival Kit Items
For extremely small kits, use a sheet of button Velcro that they are sold on. since you can fold it almost as small as the blanket is poor to opening.
I would also add self-adhesive Velcro (button and/or strip). This can be found at any sewing/fabric store. Buttons and strips are available in various sizes.
One specific use is to attach strips (or buttons) to reflective emergency blankets. Doing so provides a true bag that can used to maintain body heat. If two or more are connected, it's able to permit two (or more) individuals to share the bag for additional body heat.
How To Customize Your Altoids Survival Kit
What's the LEAST Survival Gear You could carry? The Essential EDC Pocket
You can go enthusiast and build a kit during a tine otter box waterproof case, however, the total plan here is created one thing sufficiently small that you just haven't any excuse to not carry it and low-cost enough that you just haven't excuse to not make one.Here's a useful link that I thought I'd share on an article that lists 100 things you'd need in case of an emergency.... there's several on there that I din't even think of until reading it http://survivaloutfitter.co/u/66/100-things-that-run-out-first
Survivor Jack's Ultimate Emergency Car Pack
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