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Filter Water Easily and Quickly Using the Platypus Gravity Works 2.0L Filter

I’ve reviewed several water filters in the past but most didn’t filter large amounts of water at once, at least without a lot of labor involved. I’m not taking anything away from other filters, because some of them serve their purpose if you need a quick drink of water on the run. The Platypus Gravity Works Filter is a great solution for preppers in need of filtering water in mass and it does it a lot quicker than traditional filters.

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Triple 7 Gear Ultimate Medic Kit

This is my very first chance to review a first aid kit. Many people like to put together their own first aid kits so they are familiar with the contents and know to use them effectively. For those of you that don’t know where to start, the Triple 7 Gear UMK (Ultimate Medic Kit) is a great option. It’s designed to be a first responder kit originally but has expanded to address everyday common injuries as well.

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Fenix UC35 USB Rechargeable Tactical Flashlight

If you’re looking a solid tactical flashlight, you should check out Fenix Lighting’s line of LED flashlights. More specifically, I got the chance to review the Fenix UC35 Flashlight and I can’t say enough good things about it. My initial reaction was how solid and durable the flashlight felt. If you’re out camping or working outside a lot, you need something that can hold up to the punishment since I’m always dropping flashlights or stepping on them. This flashlight passed that test with flying colors.

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FourSevens Mini-ML Makes a Great Compact Flashlight for Your EDC Bag

You can never have enough flashlights – well in my opinion anyway. No matter how many I own, they always seem to elude me when I need them most. These days flashlights are become more durable and much more compact than in years past. With the dawn of the LED age, less power is required so the size of flashlights can be drastically reduced. The FourSevens Mini-ML is the smallest flashlight I own, but one of the brightest for its size.

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A Variety of Outdoor Stoves from Bushcraft Essentials

If you need an outdoor stove for your bug out bag or EDC kit, Bushcraft Essentials has several varieties that are bound to satisfy. Having a way to enclose a fire without the risk of lighting the forest floor on fire is important. These stoves also provide you with a cooktop for pots, pans and cups so you can boil water or cook your food using natural organic resources. Today I’m reviewing four different stainless steel stoves that will get the job done.

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Replace 1000 Plastic Water Bottles with the Survivor Filter

If you’re bugging out or trying to keep your 72 hour bag light, you know that water can add many unneeded pounds to your back. If you think you’ll be in an area with an abundance of water, think about packing a water filter instead. While hydration packs are cool, when acting alone they’re a one and done solution to water. The Survivor Filter can replace up to the equivalent of 1000 plastic water bottles. It’s great for reducing waste and extra weight in your pack.

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Farson Blade Survival Tool

If you’re looking a durable multi-use blade to your backpack or survival kit you may be interested in the Farson Blade Survival Tool by Fremont Knives. It’s a light, compact blade that’s great from chopping kindling to processing a large animal to preparing your veggies for dinner. The blade comes wrapped with 8 feet of 550 paracord which can be used to fashion a hatchet using a piece of wood for a handle.

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Portable LED Lighting and Charging with the SunJack Waterproof LightStick

If you enjoy gadgets with a great purpose, then you’re going to like the SunJack Waterproof LightStick. Not only is it a light source, it also is a charger for small electronic devices such as a phone, GoPro Hero and can be rigged up to charge your HAM radios or walkie talkies. If you plan on using it outdoors, no worries because it’s waterproof up to a depth of 6 feet of water. It makes an awesome addition to your bug out bags, 72 hour bags or emergency kits

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Reduce Your Backpack Weight with the Emberlit FireAnt Titanium Pocket Stove

I’ve had the opportunity review quite a few pocket stoves recently. You may have seen my review on the Emberlit Original Pocket Stove, which is the larger version of Emberlit’s stove line. If you want to go even lighter, you should check out the Emberlit FireAnt Pocket Stove. When I say, lighter – I really mean it. The FireAnt is made of titanium, weighing a total of 2.8 ounces and collapses completely flat for easy storage.

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The Emberlit Original Pocket Stove is the Perfect Choice for Your 72 Hour Bag

If you’re looking a compact, lightweight pocket stove, the Emberlit “Original” Stove might be the big ticket for your 72 hour bag. It’s light weight at only 11.3 oz and is made of rugged 304 stainless steel so you don’t have to worry about corrosion or lack of strength. It will hold nearly any pot or pan of any weight and will allow them to sit nice and level. The best part is the Emberlit line of wood burning stoves come with a lifetime guarantee.

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