EDC SURVIVAL WALLET

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Introduction: EDC SURVIVAL WALLET

About: Maker ^_^

These is my first instructable so be kind with the coments. I allways take with me my wallet survival kit in my belt but you can take it anywear.

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Step 1: Find a Wallet

You can chose anyone. Preferably with huge pokets and a lot of space.

Step 2: Fire Items

I chose a mini BIC lighter, a couple of matches (that I put on a mini zipploc bag and some post it to burn and a magniffying len.

Step 3: First Aid Items

I allways take with me a little first aid kit.
Remember: allways be prepared.

Step 4: Shelter

The esetial items I want to have for building a Shelter it is: a space blanket, ductape and seawing kit.

Step 5: Tools

The only tools I have in these kit are a swiss army multitool and a key that I found in my house that has a serrated edge.

Step 6: Signaling

I only carry 3 things for signaling: a mini BIC a book of post it an a signaling mirror made from a CD.

Step 7: Extras

The extras that I carry on these kit are: a magnet, a zipploc bag, a credit card, a pice of cloth, a mini comb and an antifog wipe.

Step 8: Finished

I hope that you like my instructable please leave comments.

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    11 Discussions

    This is an excellent Instructable. Very good English practice as well. The hardest part of learning a new language for me is having the guts (bravery) to speak or write to native speakers and hear their criticism. It is obvious from the phrasing and spelling of your instructions that you are not 'just' using a dictionary or translation program to convert your comfortably composed native-language instructions to English--you are carefully coming up with the words in English to express your instructions! Very good job, easily understandable even where you make small mistakes. Also a great survival kit!

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    Santiago22
    Santiago22

    6 years ago

    David the credit card is not for paying is to use as a spatula or to open locks

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    Davice
    Davice

    6 years ago on Introduction

    I think you should be carefull with the magnet and the Credit Card.

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    Magicninjalord
    Magicninjalord

    6 years ago

    I didn't know he spoke Spanish. Sorry. I was just trying to help.

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    Magicninjalord
    Magicninjalord

    6 years ago

    Great Instructable, but you said a couple matches. A couple is two,and next time could you please proofread it. Thanks!

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    KeltonSmith
    KeltonSmith

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Man you are such a fanny face. Good post. Will be making a similar wallet soon for a camping trip!

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    l8nite
    l8nite

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    You put a comma between the word two and the word and. Perhaps you should have proofread before you posted..

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    graydog111
    graydog111

    Reply 6 years ago on Introduction

    Be Kind Magicninjalord. How well do you speak and write Spanish? His English is 100 times better than my Spanish. :-)

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    disneylover
    disneylover

    6 years ago

    Awesome Instructable!

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    Santiago22
    Santiago22

    6 years ago

    I put 10 matches