The Adventure Kit is custom-designed 23 tool survival kit, that fits in the Cache Belt™ and Cache Cap™. Most components in this kit are custom-made and cannot be found anywhere else. Every component was chosen to contain the highest quality parts while maintaining packability. The Adventure Kit is meant to be the ultimate compact survival kit maximizing function, form, and space.
You might say I have a biased opinion as being someone who started with my first belt and survival kit through the Kickstarter campaign long story short all I can say is I wouldn’t have bought many belts and kits for friends if I didn’t think it was a quality kit for many different purposes plus who doesn’t like to try out new gear hope this helps
at first i thought $80 was a lot for a mini survival kit, until i tried to assemble my own, now i realize its a bargain, because all the items in the adventure kit are extremely high quality. to put together your own kit (with the same items) would cost $120 +. i highly recommend the adventure kit
Difficult to review since I haven’t needed to use any emergency items as of this time. I may be purchasing a second bag to practice with. Still quality is top notch. Too much for just the belt but fills the belt and cap nicely.
The Everyday Essentials Kit is a custom-designed 15 tool survival kit, that fits in the Cache Belt™ and Cache Cap™. Most components in this kit are custom-made and cannot be found anywhere else. Every component was chosen to contain the highest quality parts while maintaining packability. The Essentials Kit is meant to be travel-friendly and leaves space in the Cache Belt™ for the addition of other gear.
Everything in this kit is high quality and would come in handy in a tough situation. The only problem I had was that I bought this to go in the cache belt and the duct tape seemed a little wide for the belt to stay closed.
Personally I love the survival tools from *****. They are well made, and more importantly for my needs, compact enough to stow just about anywhere. I believe in the idea that the best survival kit is the one you always have on you ... it's great if you put together a multi-thousand dollar "go-bag" filled with the best gear, but if it's not there when you need it ... you might as well not even have bothered. These great little items fit in jacket pockets, wallets, capsules, hat bands, belts ... all manner of places that you can stash them, so that they are there when you need them. Hopefully you won't, but it gives you comfort knowing they're always there.