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“Survival” Kit In A Sardine Can

By David Ponce

This walks the line between the moderately useful and gimmicky. But as long as there’s no fish smell, I can think of worse ways to spend $10. It’s a “survival kit” packed into a can of sardines. It’s designed for hikers, campers, climbers, boaters, skiers, fishermen, travelers, and cyclists. It’s small, watertight and packs over 25 items with varying degrees of use.

Go fish with the hook and line, find your way home with the compass, boil water in the can for your tea and sugar, use the first aid supplies to survive the wilderness. Even duct tape, matches, whistle, signal mirror, razor blade, fire starter cube, chewing gum, salt and a safety pin are included. And the list goes on.

So, you know that annoying uncle you’re considering only buying a Christmas card for? Yeah. Well, I’m sure he’d like this better.

Get it here.


4 responses to ““Survival” Kit In A Sardine Can”

  1. Xataka says:

    Kit de supervivencia en una lata de sardinas

    Si eres de los que viajan seguro siempre, con una navaja multiusos, una mochila llena de gadgets y los bolsillos hasta arriba de cosas que sabes que pueden valerte en algún día de tu vida, entonces puedes ir pensando en tirar todo esto y comprar lo …

  2. Amanda says:

    Do they include a toothpick to get the Tootsie Roll out of your teeth?

  3. Blikje zooi

    Alleen voor de echte hiker: een complete survivalkit in een blikje sardientjes! Met de vislijn, het kompas, het fluitje, het scheermes en vele andere nuttige items kun je weer veilig een dagje survivalen in het Vondelpark. Sardientjes zitten er niet…

  4. Do you have to use all the items at once? If you just need a little pencil, and you open the whole thing up, then it’s not longer sealed and water tight.