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Adventure Medical Doug Ritter Pocket Survival Pak Plus

Adventure Medical Doug Ritter Pocket Survival Pak Plus
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"Doug Ritter" Pocket Survival Pak PLUS

Adventure Medical Kit took the acclaimed Pocket Survival Pak™, added key survival items and created the Pocket Survival Pak™ PLUS. Designed by Doug Ritter, this kit includes everything in the best-selling Pocket Survival Pak...PLUS a CRKT RSK-MK5 knife, an SOL LED micro-light, Katadyn Micropur MP1 water purification tablets, and a 1-liter collapsible water bag - all packed in a waterproof welded-fabric pouch that fits in your pocket. This collection of survival tools is for when you find yourself abandoned, stranded, or lost in the outdoors. Keep it in your pocket and on your person because, "If it isn't with you, it can't save you." The Pocket Survival Pak™ PLUS is for backpackers, hunters, pilots, snowmobilers, hikers, or anyone who enjoys the great outdoors! Designed by Doug Ritter, Executive Director of the Equipped to Survive Foundation.

Features & Benefits:

Slice, Shave & Whittle
CRKT RSK MK-5 fixed-blade knife is up to any survival task.

Stay Hydrated
Katadyn Micropur MP1 water purification tablets and folding 1-liter water bag make it easy to purify and store water.

Be Seen & Heard
Broadcast your location up to 10 miles away with the Mini Rescue Flash™ Signal Mirror and up to one mile away with the 100dB Slim Rescue Howler™ pea-less whistle.

Keep Your Essentials Safe & Dry
Spark-Lite striker is tested to produce over 5,000 sparks; Tinder Quik™ burns up to two minutes, even when wet.

Illuminate Your Work
The Survive Outdoors Longer LED micro-light provides 10 lumens of light in a rugged aluminum housing.

Knowledge Is Survival
Waterproof survival instructions by Doug Ritter™ - hundreds of tips and techniques specific to the kit's contents.

Start Campfires & Camp Stoves
Spark Lite striker is tested to produce over 5,000 sparks; Tinder Quik™ burns up to two minutes, even when wet.

Ideal Uses:
  • Hiking/Backpacking
  • Alpine/Rock Climbing
  • Hunting/Fishing
  • Off Roading
  • Emergency Prep
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