Survival and Tactical Supplies - EDC Tools and Emergency Kits

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What do I do with these items? This is a collection of standalone tools or kits that can be added to a paracord bracelet, a watch band, survival pack, morale patch, or just pocket carried.

What are they? They're micro-supplies and easily stored, shipped as loose items. Choose from stuff like firestarters, saws, lights, fishing hooks, cuff keys, compasses, razors, and more.

Shim Cards: A collection of vacuum sealed packets containing survival and EDC essentials. Packed in an oversized business card shaped kit.

EDC Pocket Tins: Small metal tin cans with an array of themed kits. Tins can be pocketed for everyday carry or inserted in our custom Kydex sheaths and clipped to a belt, bag, or worn as a lanyard. 

Band Kits: This is a package of specialty prepared small supplies outfitted to be equipped to the outer band of a paracord bracelet or a watch band. There are an assortment of kits that are categorized to address specific tasks like making a fire or signaling. Pick the kit you want, everything you need to attached it to your band comes with it.

Survival Kit Lighters: DIY preparedness kits that attached to a standard Bic lighter. The perfect way to carry both a fire starter and Personal Survival Kit. 

Standalone Supplies and Replacement Parts: These tools and parts can replace a lost/used item from a paracord strap or can be purchased along side a strap to upgrade it by adding some extras that may not have come with the strap model. So add-on a signal mirror to you bracelet buckle or simply replace a used glow stick. Many parts can be added to a bracelet you already own while other parts will need to be added to a new strap at time or purchase. You can also add these items to our morale patches or your own personal survival kit.

Superesse Lanyards?

We've handmade a series of necklaces, each with a set of supplies equipped. The kits range from gear to escape a hostage/kidnapping scenario, aid in immediate action fire crafting, navigation, or simply to assist in daily tasks such as cutting a rope. 

They are one size fits all. Most lanyards are tied off with an easy to adjust system. Simply grab the tied knot ends and pull/slide the cordage to increase or decrease the size. Some lanyards use a clip closure. If the shipped size is too large, just unclip then cut off excess, then reclip. 

You wear it on your neck or as a keychain depending on the model. Deploy the attached items as needed. Some items are threaded thru a hole and permanently secured to the lanyard, other items may be tucked under a ranger band or in some cases simply wrapped around the pendant portion. If your lanyard includes a paracord weave, be aware that many of the smaller items may be stored inside the center under the weave itself. This would require you to unravel to access.

The primary concern would be strangulation. The paracord lanyards use a simple overhand knot to tie off the ends, this can present a hazard. We suggest you add additional measures to protect against this by tucking the lanyard inside your shirt or by removing the knots simply burning the cord to itself so that the tensile strength is reduced causing sudden pulls to break the adhesion. As with any neck worn apparel, you assume responsibility for any injury. Handcuff keys are included for illegal detainments only.  Be sure to check state and local laws prior to possession or use.  Blades are sharp and use of some tools may result in injury or death.  The customer assumes all legal responsibility for the possession and use of all items.  Use caution when packing or unpacking the patch's contents as some items may be sharp.  Superesse Straps is not responsible for any injuries caused by the contents of the patch or their use.  Descriptions of Superesse Lanyards are generalized and may or may not apply to all items included.  Included tips, suggestions and reference materials should only be relied on as accurate based upon your own research from medical and survival professionals.