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January 4, 2006

Survival Necklace


Retired U.S. Army Ranger Rick F. Tscherne created it, "one of the most unique, compact and complete survival kits available."

Ideal for the girl who loves the NYC club scene.

"Items are carried dog tag style, on a necklace that functions as a wire saw, protected by a plastic tube that doubles as a drinking straw!"

From the website:

    Special Ops™ Dog Tag Survival Necklace

    Originally designed for elite soldiers - Airborne, Ranger, Special Forces, etc.

    Campers, hikers, skiers, hunters, pilots, bikers, boaters, snowmobilers and outdoor enthusiasts will find it the perfect lightweight survival kit for all their basic essential survival needs.

    • Compass for navigation • Fire starter for starting fires • Mirror for visual signaling • Luminous whistle for audio signaling • Wire saw for building shelters, fires, etc. • ID/razor tag (unsharpened) for preparing game and other field craft needs.

    Some assembly is required, but the result is a minimalist's survival kit that's easy to keep at hand and weighs only 2.5 ounces!

Yes, that should cover most everything.

Much more information about the Survival Necklace — along with a picture of "Ranger Rick" — here on his website.


$21.99 here.

January 4, 2006 at 11:01 AM | Permalink


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