Survival Gear Crate How Can One Buy

EDC pouch emergency survival gear DIY everyday carry disaster
hi it’s AlaskaGranny Alaska Prepper are you hoping to
always be prepared for an emergency
situation no matter where you are or
what disaster you encounter somewhere between an
Altoids tin and a bug out bag backpack there needs to
be some sort of emergency EDC gear that you can easily
carry with you and still feel like you
have the things that you need I’ve been
looking for a little bit larger EDC kit that
I can put together the things that I
want and still be able to carry it
around easily and it’s not obvious yet
it’s very handy for everyday emergency use I discovered a few
different options that work for me the
first EDC pouch one I found at the Dollar Tree and
it’s an eyeglass or a sunglasses case it’s
large enough to fit a few more extra EDC emergency tools
things that I might want to have along
with me and it has a clip on it so I
could clip the EDC pouch on to a purse and I have
my everyday emergency gear separated from other
things that I have in my purse
but I always have the supplies right at hand another EDC pouch bag I found it a thrift store
and it’s just the right size to slip
onto your belt it can slip around on the
belt and be disguised or
out-of-the-way under your jacket or your
sweater it is still clipped to your belt
it’s big enough that it can carry a few
extra EDC tools things that you might want in any
kind of a situation and it has a nice
zipper on the top so I could easily open
it and access my emergency supplies what kind of
gear what I want in this kind of an
emergency survival pouch EDC the same things
you would in a tiny pouch or a great big
pouch the emergency survival tools gear supplies things that you feel you need
to make it through each day choose first-aid supplies in a size that
fits in your little pouch when you
choose an EDC knife remember that virtually
all states local jurisdictions and
countries have knife laws that restrict or
prohibit the possession or carrying of
knives check the local laws where you
live choose a flashlight in a size that
will fit in your EDC pouch choose some tools
everything from a flashlight
to screwdrivers a compass a whistle a
can opener a sewing kit some cordage or
look for something like this handy
survival keychain it has cordage but it
also has survival gear woven into it to
meet all kinds of emergency needs maybe you need hygiene items Kleenex hand warmers
hand warmers or an emergency blanket your kit is designed to meet your needs
put in your EDC the things that you want there’s no right or wrong answer to what is
essential emergency gear the supply
choices are going to be the same but
you’re going to be able to have a little
more than an Altoids can emergency kit but a lot less
than a bug out bag backpack so you want to look for EDC emergency gear that you want in a size that
fits into the pouch that you have if you
can’t find the gear to fit in that pouch
maybe you need either a smaller piece of
gear or a little bit bigger pouch the
nice thing about these is they’re
individualized you can make your EDC disaster emergency survival gear to
fit your needs so that you’re prepared
for whatever comes your way
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  1. Interesting ideas, i like the glasses case.
    I never carry a lot on me (pistol, folder, lighter, mini maglight on my keychain). I do have a lot with me, either in my jeep which is well equipped or I take a backpack if I'm traveling with someone I know isn't very prepared. I have stuff stashed at work too.
    I know this could come back to bite me someday if I can't get back to my vehicle, I guess I cache my stuff rather than carry it most of the time.
    Good video, thank you.

  2. Another option to consider would be a 'bum bag' or 'fanny pack' as you may know them. Among the items I'd want in an 'always with you' kit would be a foil emergency blanket or poncho, as well as a dust or surgical mask.

  3. My new EDC bag is an Outdoor Products hydration backpack (17 liters). I removed the hydration bag because I don't use it. The bag is about 1/4 to 1/3 full and as such gives me lots of extra room if needed. The pack is red and black with yellow straps and is very grey man. I only carry what I use or may need (1st aid kit, sewing kit, flashlight, etc.) on a day to day basis. The side pockets are large enough to hold a 1 liter Nalgene water bottle and the empty water bladder pocket is great for carrying flat things like maps, zip lock bags, aluminum foil, and bandanas. I always carry snacks like granola bars, slim jims, peanuts, and jerky. I'm still looking for the perfect 1st aid pouch, right now I'm using a zippered makeup bag donated by my wife.

  4. I have a lot of EDC items in my bag (purse is a word I haven't used in years). But there are a lot of great ideas here. Thank you.

  5. Amazing as always, have you ever heard of pacsafe or travelon antitheft bags before? They are amazing! Your video just reminded me that I have an antitheft small crossbody bag that I can turn into a hip bag! Yes! Thanks again now I can just leave my backpack in the car and have a small emergency stuff with me in the hip bag instead of carrying a backpack 😊

  6. the eye glass case is a great idea for gadgets. I'm always looking for things like that at thrift stores too!