Survival Day 5 (Travel/Camping Utensils)

It is the little things that get you into trouble. Have you ever been on a hiking trip and you realize you left your spoon at home? It really sucks. I did it once and had to spend an hour carving a wooden one – which was fun for a minute but got old real quick. Now I keep a set of these Travel/Camping Utensils with my hiking gear as well as another set in my bug out bag.

  • Set of 7pcs utensils with straws and brush(1 fork, 1 knife, 1 spoon, 1 chopsticks, 1 straight straw, 1 bent straw, 1 cleaning brush), perfect metal straws for drinking cold beverage, sipping cocktail, coffee, ice tea, cappuccino etc.
  • Cutlery kept clean and compactly stored in stylish, washable neoprene case. Dimensions: fork-6.77’’, spoon-6.77”, knife-6.97″, chopsticks-7.28”, straw-8.46”, brush-8.46”.
  • Lightweight and portable utensils for everyone. Only 108g(3.82oz), pack with a neoprene case great for travelers and carrying in your bag or backpack. Made of 304 ASTM standard food used stainless steel, durable and reusable cutlery sets for travel or camping.
DaySurvival GearCategoryEstimated Cost
Survival Day 5Travel/Camping UtensilsBasic Supplies$12 X 5 = $60
Total = $550
Survival Day 4Elk Ridge Fixed Blade MacheteWeapons$25 X 2 = $50
Total = $490
Survival Day 3Drop Bar Door BracketsSecurity$40 X 6 = $240
Total = $440
Survival Day 2Kaito KA500 Crank Emergency RadioTechnology$50 X 2 = $100
Total = $200
Survival Day 1Spyderco Tenacious Plain Edge Folding KnifeBasic Supplies$50 X 2 = $100
Total = $100

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