Survival First Aid Fire Starting Kit Saw Knife Ferro Rod Fatwood


Tools For Your Survival-Designed, Assembled, and Shipped from the USA Since 1989

Kaeser Wilderness survival and fire-starting kits are made from the most durable materials available. All of our kits are tested in the wilderness before we offer them for sale. Designed and assembled right here in the USA. Our survival and fire-starting kits are built to perform every time even under the most severe condition. Take charge of your survival needs. Our tactical Molle bag is made of rugged O.D. Green 1000 waterproof nylon with a padded interior extra strong buckle, 7in high x 5in wide x 1 7/8in thick. Made to last. Every item fits into this bag. Now you can be prepared for any emergency. Start a fire in any conditions wind rain or snow. The tinder wick that comes with this kit will not blow out like a match or lighter. Keep an extra one in your car.

GLOBAL AND NATIONAL CONDITIONS ARE CHANGING DAILY. Natural or man-made hazards take place daily. Climate change, industrial accidents, earthquakes, landslides, tsunamis, floods, snow storms, wildfires, as well as pandemics. These factors will result in increased disasters. Country after country hit by ransomware all over the world. No one or county is safe from attack. What will you do if the grid goes down? No gas at gas stations. No food deliveries at the supermarket. More lockdowns. It could happen. There is nothing difficult about preparing yourself and your family for survival. Know what your physical abilities are and understand your own limitations.
Create an Emergency Plan: Develop a comprehensive plan that outlines what to do in various scenarios, such as evacuation routes, communication strategies, meeting points, and emergency contacts.

Stockpile Supplies: Keep a stockpile of essential supplies such as non-perishable food, water, medications, first aid kits, flashlights, batteries, and other necessities that can sustain you and your family for an extended period.

Learn Survival Skills: Equip yourself and your family with basic survival skills such as first aid, fire starting, navigation, and basic self-defense techniques. Additionally, consider taking courses or workshops on emergency preparedness and survival skills.

Stay Informed: Stay updated on local and global news, weather forecasts, and potential threats. Sign up for emergency alerts and notifications provided by local authorities.

Maintain Physical Fitness: Regular exercise and maintaining good physical health can improve your ability to respond effectively during emergencies and cope with stressful situations.

Secure Your Home: Take measures to secure your home against potential hazards such as securing heavy furniture, reinforcing doors and windows, and installing smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors.

Build Community Resilience: Foster connections with your neighbors and community members to create a support network that can assist each other during emergencies.

Have Backup Plans: Anticipate potential disruptions to essential services such as electricity, gas, and water supply. Have backup plans in place for alternative sources of power, heating, and water.

Stay Calm and Adapt: In the event of a disaster, remain calm and adaptable. Assess the situation, prioritize your safety and that of your loved ones, and take decisive actions based on your emergency plan.

Continuously Review and Update Your Plan: Regularly review and update your emergency plan and supplies based on changing circumstances, new information, and lessons learned from past experiences.

By taking proactive steps to prepare for potential disasters, you can enhance your resilience and increase the likelihood of survival for yourself and your family in challenging situations.

*Start your plan today! You will Survive

* You only have about 3 hours in the extreme cold until hypothermia sets in. It is important for people to keep extra food and water in their vehicles along with warm gear and fire-starting material to help brave chilly emergencies. Always have an emergency plan when you go into the woods. Practice makes perfect. Build confidence by learning how to make a fire under any conditions.

This survival first-aid, fire-starting kit includes wound treatment supplies, a saw a knife, ferro rod, and fatwood. Every item you see fits into the Molle bag. No matter your outdoor activity skill level, this kit is a perfect starting point for your pack--you'll never be without the essentials, whether you're backpacking, camping, or just want to be more prepared for an emergency. There is nothing difficult about learning how to start a fire or treat a wound, or learning how to be more self-reliant. If you have any questions, please call or email me, Steve Kaeser.


(1) Molle bag: 6 1/2 in tall x 4 1/2in wide x 2 1/2 deep. Waterproof nylon with a padded interior, and extra strong zippers, made to our specifications to last

(1) Compact wood-burning survival folding stove. Boils 16oz of water in approx. 5 minutes: 4 1/4in high x 3 2/3in wide x 3 1/2in deep, folds down nearly flat 3in x 4 1/4in, weight 6.8 oz., comes with carry bag

(1) Fire-starting kit, including fatwood chips and dust, jute, and a ferro rod

(1) First-aid kit: 4 safety pins, 2 triple antibiotic ointment packets, 2 hydrocortisone cream packets, 2 iodine prep packets, 6 adhesive bandages, 5 q-tips, and 1 set of tweezers, 2 compressed towels, disposable just add water and turn into a paper towel

(1) Mylar emergency blanket

(1) Black 14-in-1 survival tool: includes a screwdriver, ruler, emergency rope, location hole, Clyburn spanner, knife, M5 hex wrench, a small saw, and a hang rope hole

(1) 18-1 survival multi-tool, stainless steel

(1) Multi-use fishing and survival tool: includes single and double fish hooks, sewing needles, a pin, long hooks, tweezers, an arrow, saw,

(1) Durable black fixed blade: 3 1/2in long, 440C stainless steel

(1) Cable saw 20in long

(1) Fire Starting blow tube 20in long, folds down to 3 1/2in

(1) Tin of magnesium, starts a fire in all weather conditions and ignites wet tinder in seconds

10 Feet of para-cord

6 Tactical Bands

USPS FREE GROUND SHIPPING through the contiguous 48 states. Each order is professionally packed to assure safe delivery. Transit time approximately 2-4 days, excluding weekends and holidays, and may vary with the package destination.

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Thanks for looking. See you out on the trail.

Kaeser Wilderness Supply since 1989. American-owned & operated.

Great gift for my sister :) everybody loved it and now wants one for Christmas! So I’ll definitely be buying again and highly recommend!

Item as described. Excellent quality. Very happy with purchase.

Given this gift to two different people - definitely recommend

I brought it for my wife's birthday! I'm positive she'll love it!

Very fast shipping! Love the size

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