100 US Dollar Survival Kit


100 US Dollar Survival Kit

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hi guys my name is Lily and today I want to show you my $100 poor man's survival kit now as you know the camping industry is getting bigger and bigger a lot of people want to go back to nature camping and enjoy bushcrafting and such but not everyone can afford 300 euro sleeping bag or a 250 euro inflatable map so today this video is dedicated to people who can't afford expensive camping and treatment and also for young people for example school kids or students who just simply can't afford more expensive gear yet so this here is my survival kit for 100 dollars roughly a few things I have scavenged and yeah if you are young maybe you can borrow something from your dad maybe he was in the army and he still has a sleeping bag I got this used on a sleeping bag from an Army store it cost me around 25 euros and yeah this is a very good sleeping bag it's warm it goes down to zero degrees Celsius and yeah it's not the smallest so the down sleeping bag over there is much more compressible and lighter but hey this still works so this is something that I would buy if I didn't have enough of money for expensive down sleeping bag and yeah I also have this cheap rucksacks here the screen rucksack and this would go right into the backpack next a head these information mats at home they work they will insulate you from the cold ground the downside is that they are pretty uncomfortable

and they are very bulky as you can see so yeah you need some kind of insulation and the cheapest thing that you can get are these mats here and if you have a little bit more money left and I would really invest in a inflatable a mat or Talmud because they are a dream to sleep on but if you don't have a lot of money this will still work it's Sparky but it's it's going to work and yeah if you buy one of these mats it will probably cost like five to ten US dollars next year paracord if you buy them in a bulk you can get 100 feet for around 15 US dollars on Amazon paracord yeah it's one of the best survive Accord it says this year's paracord 550 and it has several inner strands the white strands at the inside so great cordage and that's what you need for your survival kit and for your camping equipment next year we have a military poncho I believe that you can get one poncho like this here for 20 US dollars this year is a thicker one so make sure that you get a thick one because those ones that are quite thin they tend to leak and you easily will rip them River hole into them so get at least one of them they are not especially big and if there's a lot of rain I would rather recommend that you take two ponchos with you and they have these boxes so you can attach them to each other and then you have a bigger top okay next on my list I have this continue and this is a cheap country out of stain stainless steel and I got it for 24 yards so this is a great deal and to me yeah he couldn't get these a couple of years ago so and you only could get like the standard army continues are of stainless steel and sometimes in army shops you would get the aluminum cup but I I don't recommend that one problem that I have experienced with stainless steel is that sometimes they use very cheap Steel's so you have to be aware of that sometimes it it happened to me once that that I had a stainless steel container and I filled water into it and after a couple of hours it tasted so much like metal and that's when they use cheaper steel so you really have to be careful it's important that you try out the canteen said before you go of and if and then you're just fill in some water and you wait and then you drink from it and if it tastes after metal you just send it back and yeah one bottle of water is not enough so I recommend taking two bottles of water you can take an ordinary PT bottle

it's nothing bad about that or you can get this more bomb-proof Nalgene bottles here they are bpa-free and yeah good plastic bottle very sturdy I still wouldn't recommend pouring hot water into it I would always use the stainless steel one for the hot water and also some people I see only have like a canteen and this plastic bottle but I highly recommend bringing a stainless steel container because and it's getting very cold the thing that you do is you boil some water in this cup here and you feel the hot water into the container and then you take our mark and wrap it around the canteen and you take it with you into your sleeping pad so usually I don't boil in my canteen sigh only point in the cup because the cap gets dirty and I don't want the continue to get dirty when I take it into my sleeping bag so usually I just fill the water into the container after boiling at least that's how I do it next you need some gloves for working to protect your hands here just have a few cheap gloves they I found them in the shop of my dad and here have a roll of fishing line which I need for my fishing kit and in the fishing kit and here I have hooks and have weights I have swivels all the things that you need for fishing and have it in an Altoids can which I was convinced and you can make char cloth and the emergency situation with this can and yeah fishing gun you can never have enough of fishing line and and additionally with the fishing line you can set up your perimeter alarm using these alarm devices here oh I'm dying so these are very cheap they cost like three euros or so per piece and with two of them you can easily set up a perimeter around your camp the next in here I have this compass very cheap one I think I got it for 2 euros and then I have this red bandana here I got it I don't know a couple of years ago I don't know how much it was I got some buyer you can make some torches with it or use it for sneering and then I have this fire-making kit I have some candles in it

I have matches multiple matches I have cotton I have candles I have some fat wood in there and toot covered in bees wax there's a great file Stata it burns like a candle so now we are covered for shelter water fire and the next thing that we need our cutting tools and you can get this set here very cheaply for twenty four US dollars this is a pack of folding saw it will do a fine chop and capping you know down small trees for shelter and for firewood and I've dropped this backhoe knife here which was my secondary knife for a long time and actually you know it's not full tank so if you have more money in future I would definitely invest in a full tang knife but this year is great so for now carving tasks and cutting tasks the backhoe laplander is a great knife okay next I want to come to lighting a headlamp it's a mask for every survival kit with the headlamp you have both hands-free and you really need to see in the night so I would never go out without a headlamp and here I have a very cheap self-made camping that and I've scavenged this from an old flashlight and it runs with an 18 650 battery which is rechargeable and then with that you have even more light so yeah I almost forgot every time I left my first-aid kit at home and that was the time when something happened so take it with you it's important you can cut yourself if the knife with the saw or maybe you burn yourself with the fire so many things can happen in the outdoors so a good first aid kit is a must and I have this first-aid kit in this waterproof container

in this waterproof bag I mean and yeah it's important that you keep your stuff dry yeah so this is what I can recommend if you are a beginner in bushcraft and if you want to go camping but you don't have the money for expensive gear and yeah nothing bad about this gear here it's maybe a little bit bigger and heavier and not as efficient but you can still get around no problem basically yeah there's nothing more that you really need except food and if I had a little bit more money at first would invest in a better insulation mat because these here are quite bulky and yeah

the new insulation myths they are so so small in the pack size it's unbelievable so first I would get a better insulation mat then I would probably get a better knife a full tang knife maybe you get a Christmas present off your girlfriend's then ask her for a better top or a better sleeping bag which is a little bit more compressed and lighter and there's so many good products out there that you can get but first you can start out with a kid like this I want to thank you for watching subscribe to my channel and stay tuned to the next time

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Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly

Survival Lilly is a true passionate bushcraft girl! She likes spending a lot of time in nature practicing survival and bushcraft skills. Her YouTube channel is very interesting as she publishes new videos often and also test out survival and outdoor gear to find the best items you can have in your survival or camping rucksack, and the video quality and photography is always excellent.

You can find all her videos on her YouTube channel.

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