Pocket Survival Tool Kit - 10-in-1 Combo
$9.99
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  • Three metric wrench reliefs (10 mm, 8 mm, 6 mm)
  • Lightweight, high-tech outdoor tool
  • 4" overall


A survival kit every outdoors man or adventurer needs in a compact, convenient size. This kit offers multiple tools that can be easily carried in a pocket, pack or glove box, making it easy to have your survival tools at hand any time they are needed.

Survival Kit Tools & Features:

  • Compass - Can be read with tool kit both open or closed.
  • Thermometer (Fahrenheit).
  • Hygrometer.
  • Signal Mirror.
  • Spirit Level (aka Bubble Level).
  • Fire Starter - Flint rod with metal striker.
  • Whistle.
  • Magnifier.
  • Ruler.
  • White LED Flashlight.
  • Black nylon wrist lanyard.
  • Hard ABS Plastic Body.
  • Uses 2 Lithium Batteries - Style CR1220 (Included).
Each kit includes a brass pin stored within the hinge which is used to remove tools from the box side storage by pushing them out from the other side.


Customer Reviews | Average Rating: 3.97 out of 5
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Great backup piece! Reviewed by ALEX HOLT on Jan 01, 2018   5 out of 5

Like you've certainly read 50 times, it's not supposed to be your main go-to for anything that is included. What it IS supposed to be is an awesomely inexpensive fall-back for your expensive counterparts. It all does what it should. I would go ahead and pull the mirror out if you want to use it, too small to be used while inside the kit. If your hygrometer is off, easy fix is exactly the same as any cigar humidor hygrometer, little saltwater and some hours will fix that easily. Look it up. If your thermometer is 10° high...well you now know that, and can remember every time you look at it that it's on the high side - about 10° I'd say ;-p lol, problems really aren't problems unless you are not willing to accept that slight effort is sometimes required. Light is better than not having one, 100%. I really like the dynamo hand-crank flashlights BudK sells right here for a couple of dollars...they're EVERYWHERE in our house%vehicles. Good luck!



30% malfunction Reviewed by Shannon Lute on Nov 26, 2015   3 out of 5

3/5 stars. The thermometer, as previously stated is about 10 degrees high, the hygrometer is consistently 10% low and the signal mirror is glued in place so you cannot use the sighting holes to be sure you are signaling properly. Aside from a relatively weak whistle the rest works as designed.



Micro Reviewed by Josh kokesch on Oct 19, 2015   5 out of 5

Just got this item in the mail. I was shocked by its small size, the picture in top left corner is to actual size. The item is the size of two Zippo's glued back to back. The flint needs to be scored lightly then it throws an impressive amount of sparks. The whistle doesn't do much but annoy whoever is in ten feet of you. For ten bucks I wouldn't buy it again.



Neat little backup gizmo Reviewed by Steve C. on Apr 26, 2015   4 out of 5

Would I use this as a primary? No. But as a backup device to a compass, fire starter, signaling device and light it is pretty good and worth the $10. It is compact and stuffs great in a small pocket.



Really Neat Gadget ! Reviewed by Bob G on Apr 16, 2015   5 out of 5

This little compact, light weight, gadget has ten different tools that can really help out. Monitor temperature and humidity. Use the signal mirror or whistle for signalling. A bubble level to make sure the compass is accurate. A magnifying glass and fire starter to get some heat. Have I left anything out? Probably. Can't beat it for the price.



pleasant surprise! Reviewed by gray miles on Oct 07, 2014   4 out of 5

Ordered two of these. Everything worked well. Compass is on, fire starter sparks, light is enough. Needless to say, this is an emergency tool, not a pocket bug out bag. Wish it floated, as I lost one when my canoe flipped! If I could retrieve it, I bet the hygrometer is pegged out 100% Maybe I'll pack the other one in a watertight bag, along with enough smart pills to keep my boat afloat!



It Works, thats About It Reviewed by Joe on Aug 04, 2014   3 out of 5

I got this for a survival/camping kit. I was a little disappointed. Like my headline says, its works and that's about it. Its not impressive, its not that durable, the parts are tiny and could be easily lost.....that said, it does do what it says it will do.....don't recommend for a primary, but it makes a good back up.



Reviewed by Bailey John E on Mar 12, 2014   3 out of 5

I think this is misnamed. poor all in 1 survival tool, items 2 small, but great orienteering aid. good asset for land navigation, (with map) or for hunters. high temps & humidity affect all work& play so hydro/temp feature valuable. fire starter 2 small, esp w cold hands. not bad lil item, just get for proper purpose & invest in cheap steel wool & magnesium fire starter.



good for price Reviewed by Matt on Nov 26, 2013   4 out of 5

very impressed with this little compass. its not perfect at anything it does but it does it all to an exeptable level. the flint sparks most of the time and when it does it sparks well. the thermometer is ten degrees off but its consistently ten degrees of so just do some math. whistle works but isn't very loud. compass is accurate but sticks a bit. hydrometer could be perfect, I have no way of testing it. light and mirror both are fine. all in all im happy with it for the 5 bucks I paid for it



ok Reviewed by andrew on Nov 13, 2013   3 out of 5

i like the compass and the thermo and hygro meters but the flint wouldnt spark and the led light came dead



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