Three backcountry survival essentials in one handy, sturdy, unit that's easy to remember and easy to carry. A stainless steel blade, an emergency whistle, and a magnesium alloy fire starter stick that will make sparks wet or dry – way easier than grubbing around for the right kinds of rocks to bang together.
- Easy one-hand operation.
- Liner-type lock.
- Watertight cavity.
- Emergency whistle.
- Blackened stainless clip.
|Ideal for||Everyday use|
Blade edge type
Serrated edges are useful for cutting dense material like rope or webbing. They stay sharper longer than straight edges, but can be more difficult to sharpen.
|Blade material||Stainless steel|
|Knife length (closed)||9.2cm|
|Number of knives||1|
|Phillips (cross) driver||No|
|Flathead (slot) screwdriver||No|
|Blade locking system||Yes|
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