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  1. Nice video. You may also want to checkout the review of survival kit on my blog at ericreviews. com/survival-kit-review/ Thanks, Hazel.

  2. i ve watched all your videos they are so good that i can t stop watching them again your altoids kits are inspiring me to build my own altoids kit

  3. Fantastic channel I love to keep things as you do super compact and organized.

  4. Cool video but I have question. Is there anything else other than bleach that shouldn't be stored in a straw?

  5. Yey!! (I haven't watched yet, but I m really excited that at last someone does this ( although there may be others on YouTube, but my life doesn't normally include YouTube, except for music, as I don't own a PC). Since the early 1990-ies I've been thinking about what all could be stored in straws! But only since I've started getting "into survival" does the whole thing make sense (apart from being on the road lightweight). So I'm real happy your vid crossed my path =) .

  6. Hi, again, I'm sorry if I ask sth. about the next video for which comments are disabled (??).
    → water carrier bag – "prodies" (?) bag. I'm not familiar with those at all! Never heard of them. Did I understand correctly? You got them at the supermarket?
    We used to get (here in Switzerland) the normal shopping bags – but not anymore! (reducing plastic waste). Do your supermarkets sell any liquids without containers, or what are these prodies bags made for? I'm confused …

  7. By the way, if you have no pliers at hand, but want to (re)seal the straw, just hold the flame near the straw and the press it together between thumb+indexfinger [its not too hot, just a bit!]
    ( in southamerica I was watching drugdealers selling coke this way … . I thought it a brilliant idea, generally … )

  8. I from indonesia i very very like you channel thankyou please make the more diy ultralight gear or home made