5 Survival Gadgets  You Should Have

5 Survival Gadgets You Should Have

5 survival gadgets to help you survive the next zombie apocalypse

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5.Ms5 High Tech Pet Micro Sonic 5 Water-Resistant Collar with Digital Transmitter MS-5 New Price: $39.60 Old Price: $54.99You Save: $15.39 (as of 05/25/2018 03:30 UTC) :

4.Msk 1 Tops Knives Mini Scandi Survival neck Knife Tan Blade MSK-SURV New Price: $69.41 Old Price: $69.41 (as of 05/25/2018 03:30 UTC) :

3.The Fire Biner The Firebiner- A Fire-Starting, Multi-Tool, Every-Day-Carry, Survival Carabiner (Black Forest) New Price: $14.95 Old Price: $14.95 (as of 05/25/2018 03:30 UTC) :

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1.Klax KLAX Lumberjack Metric - The Versatile Light-Weight Multi-Tool Axe from Klecker Knives (Lumberjack Metric) New Price: $139.98 Old Price: $180.00You Save: $40.02 (as of 05/25/2018 03:30 UTC) : [Amazon affiliate link]

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Comments

    • Keatononame
    • October 10, 2016

    It’s adding crap features to tools that should rightfully be standalone anyways. So realistically you can’t be passively using the carabiner for anything useful if you’d need to start a fire, use the bottle opener, or utilize the knife edge. I’ll stick with standalone tools.
    These are not survival tools, these are camping accessories.

      • sloth hajen
      • November 3, 2016

      Don’t use it for its intended purpose? ok then

      • Joey Garcia
      • November 3, 2016

      There are three classes of intellect.

      • Jérôme Tomaszewski
      • December 8, 2016

      Keatonomane THE TRUTH HAS BEEN SPOKEN !

      • SmokeRingsPipeDreams
      • February 8, 2017

      Well said.

      • Jason Arencibia
      • February 28, 2017

      Overpriced camping accessories!

    • MysticKnight38
    • October 12, 2016

    these “tools” look like pieces of junk, yes even the knife.

      • MysticKnight38
      • October 19, 2016

      +Menuki i still prefer to boil, if not that chlorine or hydrogen peroxide. i do prefilter before i boil with the good old gravel, sand, grass filter, but with one add in. i also use activated charcoal. i use that in a reusable aquarium filter bag. A handful of that will last for 200 liters or so.

      • ripppking
      • October 23, 2016

      What’s wrong about the knife? I thought it looked good everything else seemed like a quick money grab

      • MysticKnight38
      • October 23, 2016

      +ripppking I’ll put it this way. My carry knife is a Mora Craftline. It is razor sharp with a scandi grind that I can literally sharpen with emery cloth, you can’t do that with a convex edge. I can and have abused the living hell out of that knife and it won’t die. It will do anything that knife can do, except chop trees, that’s what an axe is for… or better yet a saw. Oh, ya and I paid $10.00 for it new. I can break or lose my knife and I’m out 10 bucks, do the same with some of the other knives out there and you will likely have a coronary. Also that knife is tacticool…….

      • Sven3xs
      • November 17, 2016

      The knife to my surprise is legit. D2 is an awesome tool steel. D2 is a very respected steel as it is, but I personally believe it is still under rated. There’s fancier sounding steels, but none that I feel is actually “better” in any real practical sense. I have abused the crap out of that steel and have yet to break a D2 knife of any HRC.
      The question is, is it worth $400 for the package of knife + accessories?
      That’s up to the buyer I guess.
      I’d like to have it if the price comes down later.

      • Ben Mellor Skates
      • December 18, 2016

      +Sven3xs expect for the fact it is £350-£500

    • Glen Phenix
    • October 12, 2016

    Firebiner.
    It sounds like some sort of racial slur.

      • FaZe Ass
      • October 16, 2016

      Glen Phenix it should be pronounced like “bi-ner” instead of it sounding like ur saying beaner

      • Bruco Alidas
      • October 19, 2016

      I like beaners, and it comes from carabiner…which it is.

    • Theofizan Sweq
    • October 13, 2016

    actually for number one the most lightweight and best survival kit is yourself with your knowledge derpity dep

      • nick henley
      • October 13, 2016

      “KNOWLEDGE”

      • dion woollaston
      • October 18, 2016

      true but having something to put your tools and extra food in wont hurt

      • Theofizan Sweq
      • October 18, 2016

      ik its just id like them to say one of the best instead

      • Sitting Pyro
      • October 28, 2016

      I don’t know, have you seen some of the idiots running around?

      • Theofizan Sweq
      • October 28, 2016

      yeah ive seen the idiots

    • Alien Hunter
    • October 14, 2016

    wow…. I like that number 4 that knife…

      • activao83
      • November 3, 2016

      Same where? They gave no website or anything i wanna buy it like right now

      • Alien Hunter
      • November 3, 2016

      +activao83 Maybe this videos just for promoting this product, if the product is good, they will sell it…

      • activao83
      • November 3, 2016

      Alien Hunter thank you

      • Ezekiel Herrera
      • November 5, 2016

      Alien Hunter he has a YouTube channel

      • leJoschi
      • December 14, 2016

      activao83 it is like 600$ so…

    • whynottalklikeapirat
    • October 15, 2016

    What’s this obsession with making spears out of knives? How stupid does one have to be to risk ones primary survival tool by waving it at objects at the end of a stick – and when would you even use it?

      • Brian Mccann
      • November 27, 2016

      Hunting. Turn your knife into a spear. Hunt Deer, Hog/boar, rabbits, etc…

      • whynottalklikeapirat
      • December 8, 2016

      +Brian Mccann
      I repeat “How stupid does one have to be to risk ones primary survival tool by waving it at objects at the end of a stick”.
      – How often is that type of hunting really viable in terms of calorie expenditure in a survival setting? It’s not what people do.
      – They don’t do it because few have the skill and the options are sparse.
      – But if you do have the skill and the chance – you could use lots of other things as a spear point. Or you could just fire harden the tip.
      – You have one knife. Your life depends on it. Why risk it on some chancy venture that’s likely to get you hurt of worse if you were to get close to succeeding?
      – Easiest way to kill a rabbit is throw a heavy piece of wood at it at a low angle btw. Hogs are dangerous. So deer can be – if you can find them and when they dont just run away.

      • Brian Mccann
      • December 9, 2016

      Use you knife to make wooden spears for smaller game.
      Larger Game, strap the knife to the shaft. Climb onto a tree limb or whatever. Sit, wait. Deer or Hog cones within 10 yards, Throw… Or Stalk Hunt, walking slowly & quietly.

      You can find Spear Hunting videos online.

      I rather buy myself a real spear though. Carry a Knife on my belt.

      • whynottalklikeapirat
      • December 9, 2016

      +Brian Mccann
      Sadly you consistently miss my points.

      • Brian Mccann
      • December 10, 2016

      I see you points. your points are wrong. Spears are made to thrust, slash, Thrown weapons is the Fact.
      Stalking Hunting uses up calories.
      Sitting & Hiding from ambush does not use calories hunting.
      Both are viable methods of hunting.

      We get it. YOU would not risk your knife to use as a spear. Depending on terrain, it’s might not be too risky.

    • Dan M
    • October 15, 2016

    U cant make an axe head out of titanium. It may be light but doesn’t hold an edge. I suspect you’ll get about 10 chops before resharpening.

      • The Mdw
      • November 11, 2016

      Thanks Menuki – Good, well thought out advice.

      • Kelly H
      • December 14, 2016

      @The Mdw Maybe? These axes look pretty good and are relatively well priced…
      http://jas-townsend.com/axes-tomahawks-c-76_20_59.html

      • Morefiend
      • January 23, 2017

      Those look to be combat oriented not for actual work so much. No weight behind the shaft tends to lead to tipping of the blade and less work performed, if I remember my reading correctly. I’ve used axes a good deal but never one like what you linked…
      https://www.amazon.com/Yes4All-Camping-Hunting-Survival-H105/dp/B00GIXX474/ref=sr_1_20?ie=UTF8&qid=1485210970&sr=8-20-spons&keywords=hatchet&psc=1

      Quick amazon search and that’s what I found on the first page. SS but not bad proportions.

      • Loren Armentrout
      • January 24, 2017

      Yeah for sure, all the other items were pretty cool but the last one looks to be a very expensive paper weight

      • Kelly H
      • February 12, 2017

      +Morefiend Were you replying to me?

    • Impossible Gaming
    • October 16, 2016

    well I tried to watch and instead I somehow won an iPhone 6.

      • Greedy Gamer
      • October 19, 2016

      lol scam much

      • Impossible Gaming
      • October 22, 2016

      +Greedy Gamer yep it sure was a scam.

    • Jesusandbible
    • October 17, 2016

    The axehead for rich people is useful. Good to know rich people can now survive. But usually they choose a 50 foot yacht instead,

      • Suburban Slingshots
      • December 16, 2016

      OG Gaming how do vegans survive in the bush? You can’t exactly hunt tofu and lentils.

      • KING T
      • December 16, 2016

      +Superawesomness321 ?

      • complementarychaos
      • January 2, 2017

      plenty of wild edible vegetables in the bush for vegans to eat.

      • Gary Graham
      • February 2, 2017

      And when the Vegans are nice and fat, then it’s time to eat “your veggies”

      • Maxpower
      • February 9, 2017

      That knife is ridiculously expensive.

    • koy koy
    • October 18, 2016

    now rich people can survive jungle now

      • Matteo Giorgi
      • October 19, 2016

      now now

      • Tehcrikmasteh
      • October 19, 2016

      Lol

      • ISEPIC 24806
      • November 5, 2016

      ya

    • Lurkens Kanal
    • October 19, 2016

    nice load of bullshit, gl with ur zombieapocalypses and what not.. haha

      • Hercules Rockefeller
      • October 22, 2016

      You better get you some bottled water and some ammo cause they’re coming over the hill any minute now!

      • Donna Jones
      • February 23, 2017

      Lurkens Kanal you assholes out there know survival doesn’t mean you kill everyone you meet

    • Uxmal Soto
    • October 20, 2016

    FACT: if you integrate silver into the straw it will purify it even more because silver has anti-bacteria properties

      • Loren Armentrout
      • January 24, 2017

      +Donald J, sounds like somebody’s gotta screw loose

      • Jan Mycek
      • January 31, 2017

      can’t you also use copper for antibacterial properties instead?

      • Shawn Witthoff
      • February 4, 2017

      Uxmal Soto. Sorry but real science says bullshit.

      • Katie Wang
      • February 19, 2017

      How to survive in war zone with your family
      here it the guide >>> TheLostWays5.blogspot.com

    • Hercules Rockefeller
    • October 22, 2016

    Does anyone own a Klax? I like the idea, but does that ‘grip’ actually work?
    The guy in the video skipped over the gut hook but mentioned the bottle opener, which makes me sure that the guy in the video was just ‘selling a knife’ and knows nothing about them.. also why make a $600 titanium axe head?, you usually want axe heads to have some weight.. seems like yuppie bait to me

      • Bacon Fish
      • October 24, 2016

      Titanium sucks as a blade, flat out yuppie bait as you said as titanium has the wrong characteristics.

      • Gordon's Alive!
      • November 12, 2016

      Hercules Rockefeller He even brought in a real life logger and showed a clip of him hitting it a couple times, then cut to a shot of a tree falling cleanly cut almost like a chainsaw did it hmmm…. ?

      • Potato Paul
      • December 6, 2016

      While I agree the Klax seems like an over designed paperweight, the tree felling demonstration wasn’t about showing the Klax knock down a tree effortlessly. The tree was already sawed most of the way and then the Klax was used to beat in the wedge to get the tree to fall in the desired direction. It just shows that it passes as a hammer.

      • BAK87
      • January 19, 2017

      ffs also a piece of rock or piece of log passes as a hammer

    • Charles Maxwell
    • November 17, 2016

    Survival kit with 1 or 2 survival pieces? Ok guy, easy way to find survival gear.

    Human needs to LIVE
    3 minutes without oxygen
    3 days without water
    3 weeks without food

    Simple Guide, now find an object that secures those needs. Then you go to secondary survival.

    Human needs to SURVIVE
    Water
    Food
    Shelter

    Look for for things that accompany those 3 along with the first 3, anything else is luxury for survival. Fire/Hunting/Tools to build, that’s what you need and that’s it.

    Everything else comes with experience/knowledge.

    That MSK 1 Knife seems to easily accommodate most of these needs and seems like one of the best buys I’ve seen for survival.

      • Dallin Warner
      • November 20, 2016

      Charles Maxwell 3 hours without shelter

      • Charles Maxwell
      • November 20, 2016

      Yeah I could see that in certain situations.

    • Jeff Ross
    • December 4, 2016

    You can get many decent survival tools and items for FREE (only shipping cost) here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1wXpKeLN_xlsDQvYxsrtNl3gOQt6PM54b1HYToMwMsPY/edit?usp=sharing

      • David Contré
      • January 22, 2017

      Buddy I am unable to open any of the links for free survival kits

      • Vinny Russo
      • February 10, 2017

      TRUMP!!!!!!!!

    • Martin Erhard
    • December 15, 2016

    1. good and multipurpose (would buy)
    2. overpriced, and too big, for chopping use axe or saw, loose a screw and you’re screwed (no buy)
    3. just shitty and useless
    4. ok good straw i guess? still no fan of them
    5. nononono…so you need a piece of wood before you can chop a piece of wood? how shitty is this….heavy duty tools should be 1 solid piece..never buy

      • Zip HD
      • December 20, 2016

      thank you for the review

      • Benny Cardigan
      • December 29, 2016

      This goes well with http://geni.us/thelostways the survival guides

    • TheOperator
    • December 19, 2016

    The msk1 would be more appealing if it didn’t cost so much money.

      • Brian southparkstudio
      • December 20, 2016

      the kit it’s self is likely the costly part not the blade or even the fire starting part

      • TheOperator
      • December 20, 2016

      Brian southparkstudio are you talking about the kit inside the handle? I don’t think that would cost that much.

      • Brian southparkstudio
      • December 20, 2016

      +OfficialBeast225 the blade is newly developed but the kit is likely very costly just because of how it had to be made

      • SAsgarters
      • January 2, 2017

      And if it didn’t have moronic “oversized finger choil” that wastes at least an inch of edge to solve a problem that doesn’t even exist. Oh and if it didn’t have the false edge that isn’t needed for anything in a survival situation, but makes eg. batoning worse.

      • TheOperator
      • January 2, 2017

      SAsgarters yeah true

    • Dawn Nickeas
    • December 21, 2016

    Best survival guide on http://geni.us/thelostways

      • Dawn Nickeas
      • December 21, 2016

      this was ok

      • Amanda Merelton
      • December 21, 2016

      ok thanks

    • MysteryBoX32
    • February 27, 2017

    Also certain videos games will teach anyone how to survive in the wilderness

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