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December 24, 2008

Survival kit in a sardine can


Because man cannot live on sardines alone.

From the website:

Survival Kit in a Sardine Can

Sardines come packed in metal tins and even though they are a good source of omega-3 fatty acids, they are still oily and kind of funky smelling.

No offense to any fans out there but we feel the metal tins could be put to much better use.

Here we have a genuine air-tight, waterproof, crushproof sardine can packed full of 25 survival items.

Go fish with the hook and line, find your way home with the compass, boil water in the can for your tea, use the first aid supplies to survive the wilderness.


Since being well prepared is half the challenge, you'll have a good head start with this kit.

Put one in your car, boat, motorcycle, fishing vest, backpack, bike, emergency kit, etc.

The kit includes one of each of the following items: non-aspirin pain reliever, adhesive bandage, alcohol prep pad, antibiotic ointment, book of matches, compass, chewing gum, sugar, salt, energy nugget, duct tape, fire starter cube, first aid instructions, fish hook & line, note paper, pencil, razor blade, safety pin, reflective signal surface, tea bag, waterproof bag, whistle, and wire clip.

Compact size is easy to carry.

Waterproof; floats in water.

Measures 4.25" x 3" x 0.9"



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Anything's better than nothing, but these tiny kits are often not very useful.

The place to go for reviews and information about survival gear is equipped.org. I think this is their review of this item; the contents are pretty much identical, though I note the non-functional whistle in the kit they reviewed appears to have been replaced with a different model :-).

Posted by: Daniel Rutter | Dec 25, 2008 12:29:47 PM

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