December 31, 2004
7-in-1 Survival Tool
Consider that for $15.95 you get:
• A loud, piercing emergency whistle audible over a mile away
• A liquid-filled, freeze-resistant floating-dial compass to show you the way home (assuming that, unlike me, you possess rudimentary compass skills)
• A bright LED flashlight
• A safety mirror that swivels out for emergency use as a signalling device, or to check your lipstick
• A magnifier to help you focus the sun's rays to light a fire
• A watertight storage compartment to keep six wooden matches dry (I don't know how many times I've told you things like this, but I had better chime in once again: do NOT take this device with matches to the airport.
Without the matches is fine: stick some money in there or something)
• A digital thermometer that switches from °F to °C.
"All in a sleekly engineered, indestructible case!"
I'm always drawn to things that do lots of stuff from a small space.
Since Swiss Army knives are no longer travel-approved, you've got to find alternatives.
Perhaps this is one.
December 31, 2004 at 05:01 PM | Permalink
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