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Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black

Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black

  • A complete ultralight survival tool with magnesium alloy fire starter
  • Razor sharp 1-inch serrated blade with ergonomic grip
  • Compass and 8x power lens
  • Loud emergency signal whistle
  • Tweezers for splinter or small object removal, toothpick for after meals and inch/cm rulers

FEATURES Features:: 1 Emergency signal whistle: 2 8 X power lens: 3 Compass: 4 Magnesium alloy fire starter: 5 2.00 in. serrated AUS 8A steel blade: 6 Tweezer: 7 Toothpick: 8 Hole for lanyard attachment: 9ATTRIBUTES Special Features: Serrated Blade Magnesium Alloy Firestarter (Replaceable) Load Signal Whistle Tweezer and Toothpick

List Price: $ 30.95

Price: $ 30.95

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  3 Responses to “Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black”

  1. 14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    For the survival enthusiast this is a must have, December 13, 2008
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    This review is from: Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I’m a college student who’s been interested in emergency preparedness and wilderness survival for the past few years. I’m also majoring Emergency Management. I like to have as many of the essentials on me as I can at all time. For anyone who’s interested in making their wallet into a formidable survival aid, I recommend this product. The knife is fantastic, and all other components (even the compass!) function flawlessly.

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  2. 9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    More of a backup item, January 25, 2010
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    This review is from: Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I purchased this item for my survival pack. I always make sure i can have a back up if needed, just in case. This item is more of a back up tool than anything. The knife is alright, but only as a back up in case you loose your other tools. It is small but effective in cutting rope and other tiny objects. They have a picture of this knife wrapped around a wooden handle as a make shift “spear”. Again, if its the last tool you have left its better than nothing.

    The lense is small enough for maybe starting a fire if you have nothing else. I should have opted for the light, but those batteries are too expensive to replace. The compass is faulty. You have to remove the knife to get a reading, even then its terribly small and partial accurate. This wont work if you need a quick reading! The less energy you have to use something in the wild, the better. The two items i feel make this semi-worth it would be the magnesium strip at the bottom and the whistle at the top. Both are important, the whistle can be used for attracting attention for help or warning an animal/scaring them away. These two things will work fine without backups but if your going into the wilderness, backups are always important.

    Over all the reason this items gets three stars is that its just ok. The items will work if need but as a survival tool it should not be depended on as a first resort. It may work better carrying it in urban settings just in case you get stuck in your car (seatbelt) or need that extra space saving tool for everyday.

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  3. 9 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    2.0 out of 5 stars
    Good concept, poor quality control, April 28, 2010
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    Woody Raknud (USA) –

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    This review is from: Tool Logic SVC1 Survival Card Tool With 1/2 Serrated Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Compass and Lens, Translucent Black (Tools & Home Improvement)

    I own 3 versions of Tool Logic cards, this one is my least favorite.
    The knife is nice and sharp, and easy to hold for such a small blade.
    The fire starter works well, the whistle is reasonably loud and the tweezers are decent.

    Where this card fails is the insert with the compass and magnifying lens. The compass is imbalanced and and sits on the Eastern side of the dial. It will not balance no matter how I tilt it. It just spins and points in different directions. On a level surface, it sticks and randomly moves as I rotate the card. I even removed the entire insert from the card to get it away from all metal and it still didn’t function. If I tried to use this thing to orient myself, I would be worse off than I would be without it. I ended up buying a separate button compass.
    The magnifying lens is too small and too distorted to be of any use in starting a fire and I’m not sure why it is necessary when the card already has a fully functional fire starter.
    Tool logic used to manufacture in Japan. This card is made in China, I suppose that explains the lack of QC.
    I recommend buying the SVC2 version with the red LED instead.Tool Logic SVC2 Survival Card Ii,Tool Card With Knife, Fire Starter, Whistle, Red Led Flashlight, Translucent Black It is made in Taiwan and having night vision friendly illumination is more useful than a randomly spinning compass.

    At least I can still use the other features of this card and the tin is useful for assembling a survival tin. But I wish I had bought 2 of the LED version instead.

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