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Tool Logic SVC2 Survival Card with Fire Starter and Light, Charcoal
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- A complete ultralight survival tool with Premium Swedish magnesium alloy fire starter
- Razor sharp 1-inch serrated blade with ergonomic grip
- Brilliant red LED flashlight
- Loud emergency signal whistle
- Tweezer, toothpick and inch/cm rulers
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The Tool Logic SVC2 is our most compact survival card featuring 7 must have tools including the new skeletonized, serrated knife made of tough AUS 8A type stainless steel, a magnesium alloy fire starter, a loud signal whistle, plus a brilliant red LED flashlight. There's also a tweezers and toothpick and a hole for lanyard attachment. Credit card size and less than two ounces, this essential tool kit deserves a place in your car, backpack and even your home. Keep the Survival Card with you and you'll always be prepared for life's unforeseen emergencies. The SVC1 is made out of rugged, translucent black ABS plastic and ultra slim at about 3/16-inch. It's packed with handy camping, utility and even lifesaving features! Be prepared with the rugged 2-inch serrated blade, Magnesium alloy fire starter capable of producing 2500 degree sparks with the capacity good for over 1,000 strikes, Loud signal whistle good for any emergency, Brilliant red LED flashlight help navigate in even the darkest conditions, Tweezers for extracting splinters or small objects, Toothpick after meals, Lanyard hole makes the it an easy carry. TOOL LOGIC, THE COMPANY - Tool Logic, a leading manufacturer of credit card-sized multipurpose tools and accessories, began in 1994 with an inspired dream of a credit card-sized case filled with tools by creator Steve Padden. Within a year, Tool Logic introduced its revolutionary Credit Card Companion to the marketplace, offering users the benefits of traditional multifunctional pocket knives and tools with the beneficial size of a credit card. Tool Logic has continued to innovate by expanding its product line to include multi-function folding knives, flashlights and key ring accessories. Our philosophy is to maximize function in minimal space.
You could "credit" this "card" with saving your life. It's only about 3/16-inch slim and 2-ounces. but it's packed with handy camping, utility and even lifesaving features! Be prepared with the 2-inch serrated blade, made of tough AUS 8A stainless steel; Magnesium alloy firestarter; Loud signal whistle; Brilliant red LED flashlight; Tweezer and toothpick; Lanyard hole. An essential "tool kit" for your pocket, car, backpack, or home drawer.
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Tool Logic SVC2B Survival Card Ii,Tool Card With Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Red Led Flashlight, Translucent Blue
A little flimsy.
1. Brilliant red LED flashlight (Should Have Been White for better signaling & Use)
2. Sketletonized stainless knife (Better than nothing, needed for fire starter)
3. Magnesium alloy fire starter (An actual useful item if you know how to use it)
4. Emergency signal whistle (Best Item in an emergency if you want to be rescued)
Could have easily had a ruler, screw driver corner, metal toothpick/awl/large needle all in one, & a reflective surface for signaling(aka Signal Mirror).
Improved the blade with a shoe lace hole for more options.
Better off getting a small/micro multi tool from leatherman or name brand for $20
or get this card just for an ultra portable whistle & fire starter.
Things to like about the product:
Size and Shape is great for pocket carry
The knife is a surprisingly useful size
Who doesn't need an extra led light
Good to have a fire starter...just in case! :)
Whistle works, although I don't think I'd remember that it was there if I needed it!
Things not to like
If you put the knife in upside down, it gets stuck in the case
The toothpick is already broken
I didn't buy it for the toothpick, so overall I am please with the product and would by it again.
Considering what one might need in a pinch, such as getting lost in the woods during a hike, it has enough useful items to help you out. The LED light is simple and not extremely bright, but it would definitely be better than nothing. In comparison to at least one other commenter here, I actually prefer the red light because it helps maintain your night vision. I am skeptical that this little light would be all that efficient for signaling even if it was white. The whistle that is on this item would be much more effective than the LED for attracting attention, and it does the job well. It's not Fox 40 whistle, but it is plenty loud. The knife is decent for what I believe it's intended use would be, which is to use the attached fire rod and to do some very basic tasks like whittling a stick into tender or cut up a small critter or plants. It's just not a survival blade, nor was that its intended use. The tweezers and toothpick are fine for what they are and would be sufficient for helping you pull a splinter from your hand or something from your teeth. It has a small lanyard hole so you can attach a piece of cord to it and wear it around your neck should you chose to do so,
One thing I do appreciate is that the consumable parts are replaceable. The LED battery is replaceable (mine uses a CR1220 watch battery), but be aware that the internal parts are not attached so if you open it up, you need to be careful and keep something under it to catch the parts. On that note, I presume it would be easy for someone to replace the LED bulb with a different color and perhaps a little brighter one. It simply lays in a groove and the wire leads fit into a channel where they can come into contact with the switch. The fire starter rod also looks to be a piece that can be replaced with the simple turn of a screw.
My only real complaint with this is the ferro rod. As others have noted, the glue they use just doesn't hold up. I took this out recently to show it to someone and when I tried to demonstrate how the firestarter works, the ferro rod fell off. I super glued it back on, so hopefully that will be a permanent repair. It is a bit disappointing to have that happen and it shows how important it is to inspect and test your emergency equipment from time to time. That would have been a real buzzkill had the rod fallen off while I'm lost in the woods trying to start a fire in the cold evening air.
It is not the most durable item I've owned, so I don't think it would be good for daily carry in a wallet that goes in your back pocket. It fits well in my small Otter Box, but if my memory serves me correctly, it's squared off corners make it just a tad too big for an Altoids tin.
All-in-all, I think this is a good tool for the money and it fits the bill as a compact emergency survival tool. I would buy this item again for a pocket survival kit.