EDC Kit EDC Survival Kit – Ready To Go Survival
- EDC Survial Kit with all the essentials for an urban environment
- Protects from respiratory and eye injuries caused by debris
- Fits perfectly is a small backpack or a medium sized purse
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Keep it in your handbag, backpack or car, the EDC Kit is something to carry with you every day while you’re on the go. If an emergency were to pop up, you’d have the basic tools needed to protect your respiratory system, defend yourself, communicate, charge your phone and disinfect from potential pathogens. Weighing in at just 3.17 pounds, here’s a list of what’s in the kit and why.
The thing about emergencies is that you never know when they’re going to happen. While we can predict some natural disasters, there’s still the possibility that their effects will be worse than expected. And of course, we also have to contend with man-made disasters. In the city, the effects of an emergency are heightened because of the possibility of debris in the air and unfriendly survivors.
Luckily, this EDC Kit provides the necessities to keep you safe in any environment. To protect your eyes and lungs from hazardous debris in the air, this kit comes with a pair of safety goggles and three N95 masks. The low-profile goggles fit comfortably over glasses and are easy to adjust. Why goggles? Damage to nearby structures could mean debris and glass particles in the air. It’s the same reason you want to put a mask on as quickly as possible. Dust, debris and other building materials can cause serious respiratory disease and even cancer. These masks can protect you for a couple of hours from air-borne contaminants.
At a little over three pounds, the EDC Kit is perfect for city dwellers, travelers and offices, as it easily fits in a backpack or medium-sized purse every day. It’s thoroughly field-tested, so you have peace of mind knowing everything will work when you need it.
EDC Kit Contents:
These items can protect you from injury while you’re on the move to a safe location. What inspired us to add these items is the high number of respiratory injuries that resulted from 9/11. Many who successfully evacuated the building ended up severely injured due to inhalation of toxic substances, which could have been minimized, if not prevented, by having the right protective gear.
(1) Uvex S3970DF Stealth OTG Safety Goggles
Coupled with earplugs and an N95 mask (also included), these goggles protect orifices from debris and contaminants. For more advanced protection, please check out our NBC System.
- Low profile, wrap-around design fits comfortably over most prescription eyewear
- Pivoting headband clip and wide adjustable slide headband provides a range of adjustability and all-day comfort
- Available with Dura-streme dual coating technology
- Easy lens replacement system
- Tint: Clear
- Coating/Shade: Dura-Streme
- Lens Material: Polycarbonate
- Strap Material: Fabric
- Ventilation: Indirect Vente
- Frame Color: Navy
(2) N95 Mask
In the years following 9/11, thousands of emergency workers suffered from horrible respiratory diseases and cancer from breathing the dust left after the towers collapsed. If you’re ever caught in a similar scenario, make sure you cover your face with an N95 mask or a damp cloth/bandana to prevent lung damage. Even if the event happened days or weeks prior, there may still be harmful contaminants in the air you want to avoid at all costs. If it’s a true SHTF scenario, seeking medical assistance after the fact might not be an option. These masks are affordable and lightweight but must be changed every few hours to maintain effectiveness in contaminated environments. For more comprehensive protection, see our NBC System.
These soft low-pressure earplugs are comfortable for a variety of activities and offer 31 dB noise reduction. Easy-to-roll foam easily inserts into ears and expands for a comfortable custom fit, allowing hours of comfortable noise protection.
(1) SOL Emergency Blanket
The most advanced emergency blanket on the market, it’s meticulously designed and won’t fail when you’re counting on it with your life. It all starts with the material. Vacuum-metalized polyethylene reflects 90% of your body heat while offering a number of other important features that set it apart from traditional mylar blankets. Easy to open, it won’t shred if nicked or punctured and rips and tears can be repaired. It’s quiet and won’t crinkle in high winds, and its high-visibility orange exterior makes it easy for rescuers to find you. Sized to fit one person.
- Resists tearing and will not shred like Mylar blankets
- Heatsheets material is waterproof and windproof
- Reflects 90% of radiated body heat
- Functions wet or dry
- A true ultralight multifunction backcountry tool that can also be used as a ground cloth, gear cover, first aid blanket, and more
- Weight: 2.5 oz
- Size: 56″ x 84″
Another versatile item with seemingly endless applications. Here are just a few possible uses.
- Emergency breathing mask
- Sun protection for head and/or neck
- Signal flag
- First aid sling
- Washcloth or towel
(3) Datrex Emergency Water, 125 mL
Safe drinking water is probably the most important thing to have in reserve when disaster strikes. These sachets of purified water are easy to dispense. The durable packaging minimizes any potential loss of precious water. USCG, Canadian Coast Guard, EC and NZ approval, with a five-year shelf life.
(1) Disposable Lighter
When you’re not in the mood to do it the old fashioned way, these disposable lighters will get a fire going. Even though these are included in our packs, we recommend you use a magnesium fire starter to become acclimated to starting a fire in primitive conditions.
(2+) Bandages and Alcohol Prep Pads Immediately sanitize and tend small cuts and scrapes to prevent infection and irritation.
(15) Wet Ones Antibacterial Hand Wipes Use to clean any part of your body and remove residue or grit or to maintain general hygiene.
(1) Lysol To Go Disinfects surfaces on contact. Kills 99.9% of bacteria, viruses, mold and mildew.
(2) Pair of Latex-Free Surgical Gloves
(1) Eton Crank Radio
The FR1 is designed to keep you safe and sound, charged up and in the know. Perfect for everyday or emergency use, it’s small enough to store in an emergency kit, backpack or glovebox. With a ton of features in a super compact size, it’s mighty enough to charge most smartphones, play tunes or news, receive weather alerts and light the night. Stay in tune and up to date with this AM/FM/NOAA weather band digital radio with display and alarm clock. It powers up in multiple ways—hand crank, built-in rechargeable battery, or DC power via the included micro-USB cable to charge the built-in rechargeable battery. To charge your smartphone, simply plug your charging cable into the USB port and push the ‘CELL’ button.
- LED flashlight
- USB smartphone charger
- Crank charging
- Receives AM/FM/Weather band
- Headphones jack
(1) Storm Whistle Emergency Whistle
This whistle creates a clear high-frequency sound with a power rating 75% greater than other referee and safety whistles. Another cool feature of this whistle is that it can be heard up to 50 feet under water.
Not only will the S&W Extreme Ops knife provide a means to defend yourself against possible assailants, but it also comes with a seat belt cutter and glass breaker for added functionality. As for zip ties, we could probably write a book on all the ways they are useful, but the main application in the EDC Survival Kit is to fix/fasten gear and give you the ability to restrain someone who poses a threat.
(1) Smith & Wesson Tactical Ops Knife w/ belt cutter & glass breaker
This knife comes personally recommended by Roman from RTGS. Its utilitarian features include a seatbelt cutter, glass breaker, and a razor sharp edge, making it ideal for personal protection and first responder functions.
- Handle Length: 4.5″ (11.4 cm)
- Blade Length: 3.5″ (9.0 cm)
- Steel: Stainless
- Steel Locking Mechanism: Linerlock
- Handle: High-Impact Composite
- Seatbelt Cutter
- Window Breaker
- Pocket Clip
- Weight: 4.3 oz
(1) Roll Duct Tape (50 Inches)
Duct tape has so many uses; it would take a book to list all of the possibilities. Here’s a short list of things you can do with Gods gift to man…Duct tape!
- Repair a pierced hydration bladder, jacket, tent, glasses, footwear, canoe, etc.
- Create a first aid sling
- Bond shelter elements together
- Splint a broken fishing pole
- Make a drinking cup
- Create a belt
- Create arrow fletching
(5) Large Zip Ties
Zip ties have uses similar to Paracord but are better suited for some things because of their rigid and seemingly unbreakable strength. Here are just a few things you can use our zip ties for.
- Place markers: Use them to mark your trail through unfamiliar terrain
- Secure a light fixture on a branch overhead when camping out
- Hold wooden poles together to improvise a survival shelter
- Temporarily restrain unruly individuals
- Create a snare for catching prey
- Secure a tent in place
|Dimensions||8 × 8 × 10 in|
Standard, + Eton Crank Radio
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