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VIDEO: Wise 5 Day Survival Backpack – Unboxing and Review

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Wise 5 Day Survival Kit Unboxing and Review – Prepping for Non-Preppers – Cascadia Dispatch

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Have you ever wondered what a pre-made emergency kit looks like and what it contains? In this video, we do an unboxing of the Wise 5 Day Survival Kit. We look at the backpack, freeze-dried food, stove, tools, whistle, flashlight, and first aid kit. I provide opinions and ideas of how the items could be used if the kit would allow you to survive for 5 days…SPOILER ALERT: Probably Not.

Future videos will take each item or type of item and provide comparisons, improvements, substitution recommendations.

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if you've been curious about what's in
an already made emergency kit

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stay tuned hey everybody welcome to
Cascadia dispatch I'm Casey and today

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we're gonna do an unboxing of a wise
five day survival emergency kit this is

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an example of what you might find at a
grocery store or Target or somewhere

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like that of an already put together
emergency kit that you might want to use

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for five days or three days to support
you and your family so we're gonna go

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through it look at it there will be
other videos that we're gonna make on

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what may be good or bad about it what we
might do differently but today we're

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just going to focus on the unboxing
portion of it showing you kind of what's

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in it what you might find an emergency
kit and then we'll kind of wrap up and

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look to see what excitement is hiding
inside so first off so we get rid of the

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nobody's back so this is the backpack

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that it gives you as you can see there's
a lot of latches and kind of some

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elastic stuff here
one thing that you don't really see on

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here is any sort of MOLLE webbing or
places to attach a lot of extra packs or

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something like that so you'll be able to
maybe put a jacket up here but there's

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not a whole lot more that you're going
to be able to add to this bag looks like

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it's waterproof the nylon and the
zippers look pretty solid we'll open it

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up so let's start with the little pocket
first little pocket so now I'll move on

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to medium pocket and looks like the only
thing that's up here is our orange flag

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so you might use this for some firm
signaling or to let people know if

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you're in
or something who's the leader and who's

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at the back or something I'm really sure
how useful that is but that's what's in

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that pocket there are some side holsters
on each side that you can use with these

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little draw tags where you can kind of
make them bigger and smaller so you can

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put a water bottle in that they're not
really deep so how big of a water bottle

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you could put in there it's probably a
question mark there's one little pocket

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up here this is kind of a pocket but
there's nothing in that at the top there

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is a actually this is very strange
they're actually two main pockets that

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look when I bought the top pocket with a
sunglass case but it's actually the

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entire bag so there's a front thin
pocket that you can use and it has one

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pocket two pockets these look to be
maybe water resistant or waterproof so

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maybe you can put like some wet things
in here a whole lot of great

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organization going on in here there's
kind of big pockets of little pockets

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but what you would put in there it's not
real clear what's going on so then in

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the big pocket where all of this stuff
is all the rule bags we can go through

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them so the big pocket there's a little
bit of padding on the back for comfort

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there's a little inner tipper which I
mean I don't know maybe you could change

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your glasses or something in there it's
it's a little weird but it's a little

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pocket at the top
like that there's a grab handle on the

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top of the backpack so you can actually
like grab this one-handed which is nice

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if you look at the back straps so one
thing that is nice

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is there's this kind of yoke version of
the straps so it's it's gonna be a

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little more comfortable to wear the
shafts are padded and looks like it's

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adjustable there's a waist clip so
depending on or a chest clip so

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depending on kind of how big you are as
a person that may or may not be helpful

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to kind of give you some stability and
some some sturdiness there isn't a place

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in here for like a water pouch or
anything like that so you can put like a

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hydration bladder or anything in here
there's a very little pocket here at the

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top with some netting which I guess you
know normally you look for like a

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sunglass pouch or something at the top I
don't know if you would put maybe a

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wallet or ID or something in here that
you would want to be able to access

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really easily or see but it's kind of a
it's got pockets but the pockets are

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kind of in weird spots it's not really
defined what the pockets are for all

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right so let's get into the the pouches
and the packages wise food is known for

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being a freeze-dried food company so you
would expect there to be a lot of wise

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freeze-dried food in the wise survival
bag and shockingly enough there is so

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you got maple brown sugar oatmeal cereal
apple cinnamon cereal you got creamy

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vegetable pasta which I've actually
tried this before and it's actually

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reasonably good there's Southwest beans
of rice there's way milk alternative we

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will talk about this here in a second
I'm gonna set that to the side and then

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hearty tortilla soup so one thing to
note is this

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supposed to be a five-day survival bag
so this should have all your food and

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water for five days and what this is
really telling you is you have five real

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powers which are 800 calories because
there's a quarter of a pouch and there's

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four four servings in containers so it's
about 800 calories per meal and then

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there is 12 servings of this milk
alternative so while the box says

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there's 30 or 35 servings in here
they're counting 12 of those as this

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milk alternative and the rest are a
little 400 calorie like dividing this up

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into four meals the other issue with
this is that once you have to add water

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to it so once you've made it you've made
it you can't really store it super well

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and if you're out somewhere else there's
no refrigeration so really you're

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looking at kind of eating this and go
and then this they're also counting so

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you really are getting five meals and a
bunch of milk all right so let's get on

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to water so one thing to route to to
keep in mind is the freeze-dried food

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you have to have enough water to
actually make the freeze-dried food so

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what they have given us in the water
department it looks like is purified

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emergency water punches so these are
great in that they're purified they

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don't necessarily expire you can kind of
put them in your bag there's four ounces

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so about half a cup of water in each of
these for the for your meals you need

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four cups of water so there is not
enough emergency water here there's one

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two three four five of these pouches so
you need four cups of water to make the

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food but you only have really two and a
half cups of water if you use all this

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to drinking water to do it so you're
going to need to find some sort of an

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alternative water source to actually
make the food that is part of this

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package one thing that they do have is
they did include some aqua tabs so these

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are water purification tablets so if you
are out and you find some drinking water

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that you can kind of clean and get some
of the dirt of it out of it it's not

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full of all kinds of chemicals and
things like that

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these tabs will purify it and make it
drinkable for you as far as how much

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they will purify the directions don't
actually say so you don't really know

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how much water you are gonna have it
looks like there's two tabs / pervs

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little square here there's 1 2 3 4 5 so
you've got 10 tabs here plus 5 pouches

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so realistically unless each of these
tabs purifies a little over 2 cups of

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water you don't have enough water to
make the food that's in the back not

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sure how you feel about that but I would
be a little bit uncomfortable with that

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hey everybody just wanted to take a
quick minute to stop the video and give

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you an update I was able to find some
instructions or some additional details

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on the water purification tabs and it
looks like each tab will clean about two

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quarts of water so with 10 tab that's 5
gallons of water that she would be able

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to clean as far as the taste goes who
knows exactly what they would taste like

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sometimes water tablets can taste really
chlorine II sometimes they just have a

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weird funky taste to them but it would
at least be drinkable

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so that would be enough water to
actually do all of the food that you

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have in the pack plus give you a little
extra for drinking and hygiene the

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problem is they don't give you any sort
I made two quarts container to make the

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water in so you still would have plenty
of water but you just don't have

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anything to make it in you'd have to go
try and find something so I just wanted

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to give you that update
while we're talking about the water I'll

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return you to the video now to make one
of these and you have a cup that only

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has two cups of water you now have to
boil two cups of this two versions of

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this to make one of these which just
doesn't seem like the right ratio it's

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not what you know if I were doing it I
probably would do it a little

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differently and we'll get into that in
future videos of how to do that to go

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along with this so I'm looking in here
fuel tabs so here you go so these are

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fuel tablets that are designed to go
with the little stove and so you would

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put these in light them and they will
actually fill the you know burn and heat

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up the water but those of you keeping
paying attention at home there are four

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tablets there are five meals so again
you are trying to heat up five things

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with four tablets I don't know how that
math works up but you would then

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probably have to find some other
alternative fuel source like paper or

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cardboard or sticks or something and I
say that because the stove is not really

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good so if you're gonna try to burn
something you're not gonna put a log or

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something in this you're not gonna maybe
put this you might put this on top of a

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fire and try to cook with it if you've
got a bigger or fuel source but if

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you're trying to come up with some sort
of a replacement for these fuel tabs you

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don't have enough fuel tabs to run the
stove to make all of the meals and you

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don't have enough water to boil with the
stove that you don't have enough fuel

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times for to then make on wheels so it's
just a matches so they give you some

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waterproof matches these are really good
waterproof matches are always super

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helpful and especially if it's an
Iranian or it's cold or windy or

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something having a lot of fruit matches
to be really helpful for starting all of

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the fuel trying to they do give you an
emergency blanket so this is great for

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keeping you dry it will definitely
reflects most of your body heat so it

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will keep you keep you warm and keep you
dry it doesn't it says it's 140

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centimeters by two hundred and ten
centimeters destroy after use and it's

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for single use only so you have a
five-day survival kit with a single

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single-use emergency blanket interesting
now most emergency blankets even though

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it says a single-use you can still fold
it back up and use it as long as it

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doesn't tear but a lot of the less
expensive mylar blankets will tear and

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so that's also part of why it's
single-use because they will rip this is

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an emergency rain poncho so if you're
thinking about it okay I could wear this

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in the rain and this will also probably
keep me relatively warm it'll be pretty

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humid and maybe uncomfortable but it
will keep me warm and then maybe this is

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something I fashioned into some sort of
a shelter I'm not gonna converting

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centimeters to inches to try to figure
out how big that blanket is but if it's

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designed to keep you warm it's probably
not big enough to actually make a real

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shelter of any kind of inch from
probably more to kind of wrap around

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your torso in your head and keep you
warm and dry as opposed to covering your

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entire body
next up they've provided us with some

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Kleenexes or some facial tissues sure
not sure other than you know runny noses

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and things I would prefer to maybe have
some wet wipes or some paper towels or

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something with a little more structure
if I'm getting

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like wipe my hands or you know if you
don't have a shower where you're trying

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to wake yourself off you're eating and
you want like something to like food off

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of your face there's not a whole lot of
tissues here for that from little

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first-aid kit so this is great having a
little first aid kit is wonderful it's

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not super big it's got some bandages
it's got some golf pads it's got some

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alcohol cleansing pads and it's got some
it says cotton tips let's see what those

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oh there are these okay so they're

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basically like a q-tip so yeah so this
will work you get some sort of a minor

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cut or a scrape or a scratch or
something like that it's not going to

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there's no medication in there there's
no trauma issues trauma stuff in there

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there's not even a whole lot of okay
I've sprained my ankle do I have an ace

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bandage or splint or something like that
this is really like I cut my hand and I

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just don't want to bleed anymore all
right what's up next so the the hand

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pressing flashlight so this is
intriguing to me let's see so you press

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this and by pressing it it turns on so
this is great in that it doesn't require

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batteries so even me worried about
batteries or solar or anything like that

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it's kind of like a hand crank but it's
actually a little bit easier because

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it's it's like a push so actually if you
know you have kids or something and they

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wanted to do it it's probably easier for
them to squeeze and press it than it is

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maybe to operate the big crank so that's
a great thing it's got a little button

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here so that the it'll kind of hold this
trigger button down so it's a little

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more compact when you put it in your bag
and then it's got the amount off so it

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looks like this hand crank maybe charges
a little battery or a little something

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that's going to hold the charge to then
allow it to work as an ally

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it does look to be pretty bright ish I
mean I can see it six feet to the wall

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so in the dark is probably pretty decent
but it's not going to be like big

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search-and-rescue or anything like that
like it's to make sure you don't run

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into a tree that you're walking next it
looks like that two big things left so

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one is this survival whistle so when I
was a kid these were super fun because

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it made you feel like you were very
survival League you could order them

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like from magazines and things like that
I think I got mine at kind of a pre

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Cabela's Cabela's sort of a place that
they had in Portland it's got a compass

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on it which not sure how accurate that
is but it is there there's a little

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Ferro rod where you could strike to make
some fire so I guess if you run out of

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matches they're assuming that you can
use that to make some fire there's a

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huge whistle which is great for
signaling but having a whistle this big

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is just it's way more whistle than you
probably need inside there is nothing on

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the inside so I would like to see maybe
the matches stored in here because

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there's a little waterproof washer ring
so I would like to see that or you know

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something else money or something that's
a lot of wasted space it can I don't put

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anything in it and then there's a little
signal mirror so this is great for

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signaling it's a little on the small
side but you know you don't need a whole

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lot to kind of make the glint that
someone might see far away light travels

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for a longer time so this is okay I've
never been a huge fan of these because

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they just feel like they're really big
and kind of more of like a toy than they

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are like a real survival thing you know
it's got a Ferro rod but there's nothing

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to strike against it
I guess you could use the sight of stove

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to strike it but there's no there's no
multi-tool there's no knife there's no

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there's no steel I mean you could try
and then use the cup it's got a little

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lanyard so you can actually tie this to
the back of the backpack or you can put

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it around your neck and wear that way

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playing cards so these seem like this
you know if you were to lay all these

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things out the playing cards probably
seem on the surface to be the silliest

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but actually these are really useful
because when you're in an emergency and

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you're kind of sitting around or you're
trying to meet new people

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how many something like playing cards is
a way to introduce yourself it's a way

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to kind of build community and maybe
you're an evacuation shelter or

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something like that there's also a way
to keep your mind occupied when you're

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sitting and waiting for 3 or 6 or 8
hours for the next move and evacuation

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or something like that so this is
actually kind of a useful thing to have

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in there even though it seems silly glad
to see that in there let's see what else

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we got
Oh antiseptic cleaning things thating

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Wentz so these are kind of you're into
bacterial antiseptic I want to clean out

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a wound I'm sure that they have them
separate because maybe they're using it

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as like a facial wipe or something or to
wipe your hands or something that I

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would like to actually see these stores
in the emergency kit because know that

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first aid kit because this is really
more of a medical thing than it would be

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anything else and finally there is a n95
mask so this is a respirator mask that

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you would put on your mouth and it would
help you breathe if there's dust or

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anything that's airborne that you would
want to not breathe into your lungs so

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that's what's in the Y's five-day
survival kit

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I think notably it's a good start I feel
like this is one of those kits that if

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you don't know where to start
okay you would buy this and then there's

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plenty of space in the backpack to fill
it up with other things like maybe more

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water or some additional fire starters
it definitely has some food you might

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want to have more food one thing to
consider with food is whether or not you

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are allergic to the food ingredients so
most at least a couple of these have

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milk in them looks like there may be
some cheese possibly eggs involved in

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some of this so if you are allergic to
some of those sorts of things you you

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know having five packages of food with
only two that you can eat is a problem

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we'll address that in future videos I
have a son they have lots of food

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allergies so we've done a whole lot with
this sort of food to try to make it

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better for him we'll go into that later
so ultimately this seems like a really

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good start the bag was fifty-five or
sixty bucks at Fred Meyer it was the one

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kit that they have that's already there
and she just walked in to buy you would

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definitely be more prepared than you
were if you had nothing to begin with by

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buying this pack is this a five-day
survival kit I would say probably not I

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don't know that you would unless you
know a lot of bushcraft skills and

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things like that we don't know that
you'd be able to survive for five days

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with just what's in this bag that's a
good stunt so as we go through with more

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videos we're going to talk about how to
adjust what's in here the reasons why I

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actually don't have one of these I've
made my own I think a lot of people who

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have spent time end up kind of getting
something like this to start with so

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they feel comfortable that they have
something and then they move on to

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something else in something bigger
something more customizable something a

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little bit more substantial things that
you can use in other in other uses and

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other areas and for other events so
anyway that's the unboxing of the

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five-day survival kit please subscribe
please like please add your comments if

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this is the first video that we're gonna

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put out it's a little long I was hoping
to make this more like five minutes but

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we're going more like 25 minutes so I
don't expect everyone to watch at all

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but if you do thanks for watching again
please subscribe tell your friends we're

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gonna continue to put out videos I'm not
sure exactly how frequently we're going

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to do that but we're gonna try to get
them out we'll probably start breaking

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down pieces of this and doing some
comparisons so again thanks for watching

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I appreciate you spending your time and
again like subscribe share the channel

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and we'll see in the next video thanks a

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